Positive Behavior Supports for the K-12 Classroom

EDUC X 437.68

Instruction focuses on practical applications of research-based interventions to facilitate positive peer interactions. Includes examples of systematic processes that are differentiated to the student.

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What you can learn.

  • Learn to create and manage safe and effective classroom environments for diverse learners
  • Differentiate support to the student's discipline history, age, cultural, and language background
  • Promote strategies for student self-discipline

About this course:

Learn to create and manage safe and effective classroom environments for diverse learners, including how to foster appropriate behavior, social skills, self-esteem, and self-advocacy in students. Instruction focuses on practical applications of research-based behavioral support interventions as well as facilitating positive peer interactions. Includes examples of systematic processes that are differentiated to the student's discipline history, age, cultural and language background, and other relevant factors. The importance of relating the consequence (discipline) to student behavior is emphasized, including strategies that promote student self-discipline.

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