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K-12 Behavior Management Blog

Day: January 13, 2021

Accepting and Including: Challenging Behaviors in General Education

Both the teachers and children have been facing new challenges over the course of the past year. Virtual learning has changed the landscape of general education. With these changes come new challenges and new behaviors. Addressing and managing challenging behaviors is nothing new for teachers. While the environment has changed, many of the same principles ... Read more

What Is Social-Emotional Learning and How Can You Integrate It Into Your Classroom?

As an education professional, it’s your job to provide the best classroom learning experience to the students in your care. Many people forget that some of the skills that they’re responsible for teaching don’t come from textbooks. It’s important to engage students in social-emotional learning (SEL). But what is social-emotional learning, and what strategies can ... Read more

Turning Education on Its Head: How to Teach Using a Flipped Classroom

Experimenting with a new teaching strategy can be frightening. Still, your students’ needs and changing circumstances in the world demand innovation. Knowing that other teachers have been successful with a particular teaching method can make innovation less intimidating. Having concrete steps you can take to replicate their success in your classroom makes it even more manageable. Popular ... Read more

7 Tips to Enhance Social-Emotional Learning in a Virtual Classroom

Even before the pandemic, school-aged children struggled with social and emotional health. Between 2014-2018, the CDC found that one in six children experienced symptoms of mental illness. The stresses of pandemic and distance learning have only increased concerns about young people’s mental health. Almost 30% of parents reported that their children were struggling during the pandemic. Under normal ... Read more

How Do I Know If My Child Needs a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)?

The Environmental Advisory Board estimates that, on average, teachers lose about 2-1/2 hours of instruction time every week due to behavioral problems in the classroom. This means that there is almost three weeks’ worth of learning time lost during an academic year. Correcting disruptive behavior is important for both children and teachers. Understanding the underlying cause ... Read more

CARES Act: A Guide to K-12 Emergency Relief Funds for Your School

School districts already faced budget shortfalls before the coronavirus pandemic hit. The pandemic added significant new expenses and reductions in tax revenue. In doing so, it created a dire situation for schools and state and local governments. To address this situation, the federal government passed the CARES Act. The CARES Act provides emergency relief to ... Read more