“Better School Behavior: How to Design and Implement a Positive and Effective Behavior Plan” [Video Replay & Podcast #330]

Episode Description

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Is your child disruptive in the school room — virtual or physical? As an educator, do you right kind or punish the similar student time and again? Too steadily parents and educators are burned out and pissed off by a scholar’s interfering behaviors, which will reason school exclusion and lowered social and educational opportunities.

Better behavior doesn’t always happen temporarily or easily, however a complete Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP) supplies the place to begin for constructive behavior alternate. The PBSP outlines a pathway towards understanding and converting a scholar’s interfering behavior(s) using research-based methods and tactics. An individualized plan makes a speciality of prevention, skill-building, and redesigning the surroundings — now not the coed. Listen and be informed from Rachel Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, about:

  • What a PBSP involves and how it fits inside of a child’s IEP
  • The parts of a complete PBSP
  • How to gather information about your child to include within the the plan
  • How behavior plans align with different goals within your child’s IEP (and what to do if they don’t)
  • Common misconceptions and issues about Positive Behavior Support Plan building and implementation

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Meet the Expert Speaker

Rachel Schwartz, Ph.D., BCBA-D, has worked across the world creating and supervising systems for people with developmental disabilities. Rachel has published original study on those subjects in journals such as Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals and Remedial and Special Education. Rachel recently serves as an schooling guide and trainer with The Watson Institute in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. | See expert’s full bio »


Listener Testimonials

  • “This was once an EXCELLENT and very comprehensive workshop on behavior interventions.”
  • “Today’s webinar used to be wonderful, sensible, and useful! Thank you SO very a lot for speaking on this necessary and broadly misunderstood process!”
  • “Presenter used to be glorious – enticing, in point of fact competent and knowledgeable, and clearly has the most efficient hobby of scholars at heart.”

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