K-12 Behavior Management Blog

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School districts continually struggle to meet individual student needs.

The charge before school administrators is to determine both the function of the behavior and the intervention that will improve the chances positive behavior will increase and negative behaviors will decrease. Failure to successfully meet this charge often results in ineffective and unnecessarily restrictive procedures and legal Challenges. Equally challenging for administrators and teachers is ... Read moreSchool districts continually struggle to meet individual student needs.

The Educator’s Role In Coping With Student Anxiety

In this no-cost webinar, Dr. Lynette Thompson will provide practical and creative ways that educators at any level can implement to reduce student anxiety. Student anxiety and depression are at all-time highs, join us to discuss how educators can implement simple changes to curb anxiety. The session will look to explain the trends and model ... Read moreThe Educator’s Role In Coping With Student Anxiety

Using Insights to Behavior to Help Students with Disabilities Achieve: Harris County Department of Education Schools Division

Harris County Department of Education supports Harris County school districts to provide educational programs for students identified with behavioral, emotional, intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. HCDE’s Schools Division is one of a myriad of service divisions within Harris County Department of Education.  The Schools Division serves the educational needs of approximately 1,000 students in 35 school ... Read moreUsing Insights to Behavior to Help Students with Disabilities Achieve: Harris County Department of Education Schools Division