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Behavioral Supports in the Classroom

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Behavior supports in the classroom provide educators with tools to deliver effective instruction for all students, increase success rates and reduce negative behavior. While the classroom itself looks different these days, the building blocks to managing challenging behaviors remains. Today we've provided links and resources to maintain consistency, predict and prevent negative behaviors online and in class.


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COVID-19 virtual learning and education: Behavior management
Students' ability to learn is as much affected by their inter- and intrapersonal behavior as it is by their academic skills. In a classroom environment, teachers can employ practices to manage students' day-to-day behavior. But many parents and caregivers may find behavior management challenging while adjusting to virtual or at-home education. Click Here to Read More...

COVID-19 virtual learning and education: Behavior management
Students' ability to learn is as much affected by their inter- and intrapersonal behavior as it is by their academic skills. In a classroom environment, teachers can employ practices to manage students' day-to-day behavior. But many parents and caregivers may find behavior management challenging while adjusting to virtual or at-home education. Click Here to Read More...

Fostering Self-Regulation in Self-Contained Classrooms

In this episode, Katie Keller, a school social worker in Minnesota, discusses how she uses Feeling Buddies and Baby Doll Circle Time to build important skills in self-contained classrooms. She shares the powerful results she’s observed, including an improved ability to calm and soothe, increased empathy, and gentler play and interactions in the classroom. Click Here to Read More...

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Making Your School Year Safer, More Predictable, and More Positive

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Behavior Teaching Matrix for Remote Instruction

Stay safe and be well,

Amber Rosewood

Program Coordinator

Cowlitz Community Network
360-442-7089 | 360-430-2991

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