5 Resources to End Bullying in Schools

5 Resources to End Bullying in Schools

Posted on 15 Mar 2012 in Classroom Behavior, Parents, School Behavior, Student Behavior, Uncategorized | Comments Off on 5 Resources to End Bullying in Schools

Documentary Film The documentary¬†Bully¬†(to be released March 30, 2012) is the latest attempt to get the public to start talking about this all to0 common problem in our schools. Listen to the interview with the director this morning on the Diane Rehm show on National Public Radio to get a good sense of what this […]

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Oppose #bullying and discrimination whil

Posted on 14 Mar 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Oppose #bullying and discrimination whil

Oppose #bullying and discrimination while fighting Angry Birds – MTV’s “A Thin Line” will post clues to unlock levels, http://ow.ly/9EJmF

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A School Resource Officer’s Opinion

Posted on 04 Jan 2010 in School Behavior, Student Behavior, Uncategorized | Comments Off on A School Resource Officer’s Opinion

Middle School I just got off the phone with an administrator of a school that I am working with. She was excited! According to staff, this is a middle school that for years had the stigma of being the slum school in the district and bus drivers and School Resource Officers (SRO’s) alike drew straws […]

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Best Application of Applied Behavior Analysis

Posted on 10 Nov 2009 in Intervention, Special Education, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Best Application of Applied Behavior Analysis

I just returned from taking my daughters (age 4 and 1) to their weekly swimming lesson. I love the swim school (Hubbard) and I just figured out why. This swim program and these swim teachers have a better grasp of behavior management and learning principals then many teachers in our school system today. Here are […]

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PBIS @ Tipping Point

Posted on 29 Sep 2009 in Intervention, School Behavior, Special Education, Uncategorized | Comments Off on PBIS @ Tipping Point

I spoke about Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) at a School Safety and Prevention conference today. The audience was predominantly administrators looking for some awareness level training on this topic. Less then 1/2 of the people in the room had heard about PBIS. During the intro session, I mentioned that PBIS seemed to be […]

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