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Managing Behavior 1.0: Do These Things First

Content type: Webinar
There are scores of textbooks, websites, and other resources describing theories and interventions for challenging behavior in schools, and sorting through such information can be more overwhelming than helpful. In reality, a few fundamentals probably...

Data-Based Behavior Plans: What Do They Look Like?

Content type: Webinar
In this webinar, you’ll get a step-by-step look at what an effective and feasible behavior plan looks like. Discover how you can collect and use data to identify and define challenging behavior and its purposes. Then, you’ll see what a well-constructed...

Data Collection for Enhanced Academic and Behavioral Instruction

Content type: Webinar
In collaboration with the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD) The term “data-based decision-making” has become pervasive in education, referring to the use of data to inform and assist decision-making at all levels of schooling including...

Check-In/Check-Out for Students with Challenging Behaviors

Content type: Webinar
In collaboration with the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD) Are your students productively engaged and participating in instruction as you want them to? If not, this program is for you! It will give you another strategy for your toolkit...

Thriving as a New Special Education Teacher

Content type: Webinar
Having support and resources helps special education teachers to not only survive, but thrive during their first years in the classroom. This webinar will share effective strategies new teachers need to enhance student learning, collaborate with colleagues...

Behavior Today Newsletter 39(4)

Content type: News
Posted:  2 September, 2022
If you’re like me, and particularly if your professional life revolves around schooling in any form or capacity, you look forward to summertime each year. You do this with the undying hope it brings a break from at least some traditional duties, a more...
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Behavior Today 39(2)

Content type: News
Posted:  28 April, 2022
When David moved to Kansas in 2013 the local chapter of Delta Tau Delta at University of Kansas reached out, needing an advisor. He initially declined, but they lowered the response effort by offering a co-advisor so he accepted, though the co-advisor...
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