The Behavior Education Program is designed to help the 10 to 15 percent of students who fail to meet school-wide disciplinary expectations, but do not require the highest level of behavior support. No lengthy assessment process is required and groups of up to 30 students can participate, with minimal time and training demands on teachers and staff. Clear guidelines are included for providing this proactive adult attention to students, and increasing home-school collaboration. Featuring a lay-flat binding to facilitate photocopying, the volume contains all needed resources for implementation, including reproducible daily progress reports, student handouts, and planning tools.
"This book fills a critical need for supporting students before behavior problems become severe enough to require intensive, expensive support systems."
Don Kincade, EdD, University of South Florida
"The BEP has become an important component of effective school-wide systems of positive behavior support in Illinois. This book's practical format and detailed coverage of all the whys, hows, and what ifs of implementation make it an essential reference for school teams and an excellent tool for trainers."
Lucille Eber, EdD, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Network of Illinois
"An excellent choice for university pre-service and continuing education courses focusing on the bridging of research and practice agendas in school settings."
Ruth A Ervin, PhD, University of British Columbia, Canada