5 Positive Responses to Negative Student Behavior
Teachers who can draw on a range of positive responses when dealing with common misbehaviors among students are more likely to keep students engaged, have fewer classroom disruptions, and produce better learning outcomes for students. A teacher’s response to negative behavior can either escalate or reduce/eliminate that behavior. Learn how responses like Grandma’s Law, Cool Down and Closing Statement can help educators focus on the positive while maintaining a level of respect and dignity for both teacher and student.
Thursday, January 21, 2021│10:00 am – 11:15 am | Register