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Professional Learning

Positive Behavior Intervention Supports - Training

This professional learning session will help educators identify and implement positive classroom management techniques.

At a Glance

Educators will identify positive student behavior supports as well as implementation and lesson-planning classroom management strategies that promote positive learning environments.

Topics

  • Classroom Management
  • Positive School Environments

Outcomes

  • Investigate techniques for organizing and managing effective learning environments.
  • Learn positive behavior supports to assist with planning, organizing, and structuring classrooms to maximize student success.
Developed by:

Alabama Education Association

Last Updated: 07/24/2020

Details

Grade

  • Elementary School
  • High School
  • Middle School

Session Length

60-75 mins

Session Format

In person

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