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Reducing Office Referrals: Steps for Principals and Admins, Part 2

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Are your teachers sending students to your office for minor behavior infractions? If so, this problem will not be solved with a chart for classroom-managed versus office-managed behaviors. Join Ryan Jeffery as he explains how you can empower your teachers with common practices that prevent 80% of the misbehaviors that occur in most classrooms. He will also address how you can teach them to respond to, de-escalate, and provide consequences for the 20% of misbehaviors that cannot be prevented in today's school climate. Ryan will share how to implement a 3-step process that reduces office referrals, makes teachers happier, and Administrators more appreciated. In Part 2 of this 2-part series, Ryan will cover the second and third steps in this process: Practical Professional Development and Permanent Proactive Culture. He will explain how these steps highlight the skills your staff must develop in order to have a strong continuum of behavior supports across all three tiers of Intervention.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Thursday, July 11, 2019 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Classroom Management, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: admin resources, administrator resources, de-escalate, infractions, misbehavior, proactive behavior supports, referrals, RTI, student behavior, tiers of intervention

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Thank you.
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good information
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We are using the PBIS system and I can see some of your suggestions in that.
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Thanks you for your videos. They are super informative. I hope we are able to work together in the near future.
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Thanks for both of your videos.
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Thank you for sharing..
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good information
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Thank you
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Need to have perseverance. Thanks!
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