Looking for Behavior Support?
Although behaviors in the school system have changed a great deal in the past few decades, our strategies for supporting those behaviors have not. When we move beyond punitive practices for dealing with misbehavior, we find strategies that work.
The information in this book is not a program, nor is it a one-size-fits-all set of strategies. It is a framework based on brain research for helping educators analyze their behavioral philosophy and practices.
Positive Behavior Principles outlines nine core principles that can be used to design prevention, intervention and crisis strategies for supporting student behaviors in schools. This information complements both PBIS, as well as behavioral RTI efforts.