Classroom management is one of the most important elements of school success; unfortunately, it receives little attention in current training programs for educators. Research throughout the years has highlighted several strategies as being "evidence based" for effectiveness, including antecedent strategies, low-intensity strategies, and reinforcement...
Ci3T: Professional Learning
The Comprehensive, Integrative, 3-Tier (Ci3T) Model of Prevention provides a systematic framework for providing academic, behavioral, and social support to students. This model aims to address the specific and multifaceted needs of all students. The website houses many resources, data tools, and instructional videos regarding a host of low-intensity interventions that can be used with all students. Examples include Behavior Specific Praise, Instructional Choice, Instructional Feedback, Precorrection, and more!CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE Ci3T PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PAGE
Dr. Mac's Behavior Management Site
Dr. Mac's behavior management website provides a number of resources on managing tough student behavior in the classroom. The resources provide great real-world examples of how these strategies can be implemented and the challenges that might arise while doing so. Examples include sections regarding how to be an effective behavior manager, common areas of behavior challenges, ways to measure and assess behavioral change, and more!
Note: this site requires a personal email account to gain access to resources.CLICK HERE TO VIEW DR. MAC'S BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SITE
The Office of Special Education Program's Ideas that Work webpage is intended to guide teachers and school-based professionals toward positive, proactive, evidence-based interventions and support strategies. The document also includes self assessments and case examples to provide concrete case scenarios for implementation.CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE OSEP WEBPAGE