Designing and Implementing Proactive Behavior Support Systems

This three-credit graduate level course is designed for educators from grades K-12. The participant will be introduced to fourteen different types of behaviors commonly exhibited by difficult to manage students. Descriptions, underlying causes, common traps, and strategies will be presented and discussed in detail for each type of behavior. The Procedural Framework for School-Wide Effective Behavior will be analyzed and discussed, specifically in relation to its focus on designing and implementing proactive school-wide behavior support systems for all children. This is an online Google Classroom course, and each module contains a series of lessons, videos, written responses, and other activities. The course has no prerequisites or prior requirements.

Course Details

Associated with Area(s) of Certification: NO
Designed to Improve Professional Practice: NO

Course Instructors

One of the following AES Instructors will be instructing this course:

Course Titles

Each Intermediate Unit lists the course with their own version of the title. Please refer to the titles below so you know which title to select when registering at your respective IU.

Specific Strategies and Interventions for the Most Difficult to Manage Students
Register with IU 10
An Educator’s Guide to Managing and Solving Discipline Problems
Register with IU 21

Take this course with

Central IU 10

$275

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Take this course with

Carbon Lehigh IU 21

$270

For more information about registering for a course with IU21 as a CPE member, please see the instructions here. For information about registering as a non-CPE member, please see the instructions here. Before registering, please make note of the appropriate course title in the "Course Titles" box above.