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From Chaos to Classroom Control: Managing Disruptive Classroom Behavior

Session I (8:00am-10:00am)
"Typical and Atypical Classroom Behavior Patterns"
Session II (10:15am-11:30am)
"Responding to Typical Behaviors"
A. Understanding Disruptive Student Behavior
  1. Identifying a disruptive student-Activity
  2. Understanding the function of behavior
B. Typical (Normal) Behavior Patterns
  1. Genetic Predisposition
  2. The Importance of Gender
  3. Ages and Stages of Development
  4. Reinforcing Behavior
  5. Goals of Student Misbehavior
C. Atypical (Abnormal) Behavior Patterns
  1. Learning Deficits
  2. Neurological Deficits
  3. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  4. Autism
  5. Behavioral Disorders
A. Understanding the need for discipline in the Classroom
  1. The need for classroom behavior plans
  2. Factors influencing in classroom behavior problems
  3. Establishing a PBIS discipline plan
B. Benefits of a PBIS discipline plan
C. Establishing Positive Behavior Intervention Supports in the classroom
  1. Setting the Stage for a PBIS Program
  2. Organizing the Classroom for Positive
Discipline
  3. Tier I Discipline Strategies for Typical
Behavior


LUNCH ON YOUR OWN! (11:30am-12:30pm)


LUNCH ON YOUR OWN! (11:30am-12:30pm)

Session III (12:30pm-1:45pm)
    "Moving From Chaos to Control: Managing Atypical Behavior"
Session IV (2:00pm-3:00pm)
"PBIS Classroom Disciple Plan"
A. Behavior Management for the Atypical Student
  1. Ten Discipline Rules that Teachers Must Follow
  2. Systematic Approach to Discipline
B. Tier-II: Stabilizing Classroom Behavior
  1. Implementing a Token Economy Program
  a. Using a Token Economy System
  b. Implementing a Token Economy in the Classroom
  2. Making the Token Economy Program Work
C. Tier-III: Discipline for Chronic Behavior Problems
  a. Implementing a Behavior Modification Program
  b. The Train Track/The Football Field
A. Using the ABC Model to Determine Behavior
B. Identifying goals of misbehavior
  1. Attention
  2. Avoidance
C. Group Activity
D. Designing a Classroom Behavior Plan
E. Implementing your classroom behavior plan
  1. Designing the classroom for positive discipline
  2. Using visual cue
  3. Four components of a classroom behavior plans