6 Early Stage, Highly Structured Behavior Interventions using the Safe & Civil Model - Online 24/7
Registration questions contact, Debbie Pinkerton at 920.236.0548
This 100% on-line graduate level course is for educators who are looking for structured interventions in the classroom. These six highly structured interventions are from the book Interventions: Evidence-Based Behavioral Strategies for Individual Students, by Randy Sprick, PhD, founder: Safe & Civil Schools.
You have established a vision for your classroom, generated clear expectations and rules. This course is aimed at assisting teachers, counselors, paraprofessionals, and others who work with students who struggle with chronic misbehaviors, in the planning and implementing of validated, tiered strategies to increase motivation and improve behavior. The pre-intervention strategy and each of the six early-stage interventions in this course discuss a different evidence-based intervention, with information on implementation, sample forms, charts, and data -collection tools.
This course will focus of the six early stage behavior interventions that can be implemented by an educator in a classroom:
- Planned Discussion
- Academic Assistance
- Goal Setting
- Data Collection and Debriefing
- Increasing Positive Interactions
- STOIC Analysis and Intervention
Persons registering for this online course must order the book: Interventions: Evidence-Based Behavioral Strategies for Individual Students; 2nd Edition, Randy Sprick, PhD, author Pacific Northwest Publishing. https://pacificnwpublish.com/products/Interventions.html
Graduate credit: Optional: 2 grad credits will be available through UW-Oshkosh for an additional cost of $400 (payable to UW-Oshkosh)