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‘Six keys to Preventing Behaviour Problems in Your Classroom’

This is the first of TWO recordings from our recent live webinar. If you weren’t able to make the call you can access most of it below. Please leave a comment in the comment box if you want to see the rest of the webinar and if the demand is high enough, I will add the other recording in the next few days.

I have to tell you that the strategies revealed in this webinar are NOT NEW. While these are undoubtedly key preventive strategies used by super-successful teachers…

I guarantee you have heard of all of them before now. 

In fact, the reason why you’ve heard of these before is precisely because they REALLY WORK. They are time-tested and proven; it’s as simple as that.

If you put these six strategies in place in your classroom you WILL see a dramatic reduction in behaviour problems, there is no doubt.

If you want to watch the recording right now click ‘PLAY’ below and please remember to leave a comment.

Best wishes,

Behaviour Needs Team

6 comments
Kelly says 22nd March 2011

Hope to hear the rest of this webinar soon. Just took a position where behav management is a big issue and hasn’t been effectively addressed.

Annemarie says 13th March 2011

I am a special education teacher that struggles with getting general education teachers to understand that they need to use positive behavioral techniques to help their students with emotional disturbance. I would love to be able to refer them to this site/ webinar. Please let me know if you post the rest of the webinar so I can email it to my building staff.
Thanks!

Prema Daniel says 2nd March 2011

Thank you for the recording. You have put down things very clearly. especially the one on giving instructions. Hope to get the rest of the webinar

Plantpot78 says 28th February 2011

Very interesting stuff and definitely interested in the second half!

Sherry Pruemer says 28th February 2011

Rob,
I listened to your web training on 6 steps to prevent behavior problems. Most suggestions I already do; however, it was nice for the reinforcement. Also, I think that I should be more specific sometimes and model the exact behavior that I expect, and I should state specifically each time the reason-( to do better on the test or quiz). Even though I have high school, I should remind the students that they are doing this for their grade each time. It might carry the message home more strongly in their own minds. Thank you for a nice session!
Sincerely,
Sherry

Sherry Pruemer says 28th February 2011

Rob,
I listened to your web training on 6 steps to prevent behavior problems. Most suggestions I already do; however, it was nice for the reinforcement. Also, I think that I should be more specific sometimes and model the exact behavior that I expect, and I should state specifically each time the reason-( to do better on the test or quiz). Even though I have high school, I should remind the students that they are doing this for their grade each time. It might carry the message home more strongly in their own minds. Thank you for a nice session!
Sincerely,
Sherry

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