Tag Archives: PBIS

Teacher-Tested Strategies for Your Behavior Intervention Toolbox

By Beth Baker, M.S.Ed., coauthor of The PBIS Team Handbook: Setting Expectations and Building Positive Behavior Every teacher should have a toolbox filled with their go-to strategies for managing the classroom and helping students be ready for activities. I have … Continue reading

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10 Truths About Behavior Management

By Beth Baker, M.S.Ed., coauthors of The PBIS Team Handbook: Setting Expectations and Building Positive Behavior I have been a teacher for students with emotional and behavioral disorders for many years. When I left college, I was armed with two … Continue reading

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Summer Drift: How to Sustain the Momentum of PBIS Year to Year

By Beth Baker, M.S.Ed., and Char Ryan, Ph.D., coauthors of The PBIS Team Handbook: Setting Expectations and Building Positive Behavior. This post was originally published July 11, 2014. Like most educators, we always enjoy summer break—doing a little traveling and … Continue reading

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6 Strategies to Reenergize Your PBIS Team

By Beth Baker, M.S.Ed., and Char Ryan, Ph.D., authors of The PBIS Team Handbook After a long winter break, school has resumed. In northern climates (where we are from) it continues to be cold and snowy, and there is not … Continue reading

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Defusing Refusing: Reaching and Teaching Students Who Display Resistant, Defiant, and Confrontational Behavior (Part 1 of 3)

By Tom McIntyre, Ph.D., author of The Survival Guide for Kids with Behavior Challenges Few educators have received advanced training for working productively with contentious kids—those pupils whose behavior patterns include frequent and intense oppositional and argumentative outbursts. These episodes, … Continue reading

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