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Managing Student Behavior in the Classroom: Effective Teaching Behaviors

Featuring Terrance M. Scott, Ph.D.
University of Louisville
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 4:30-6:00 pm EST

Teacher instruction is most effective when students are actively engaged with the curriculum. Often, however, misbehavior interrupts student engaged time in the classroom. This webinar will focus on specific strategies for managing instruction and behavior to improve the amount of time that students are engaged with curriculum. Special attention will be given to those strategies that provide the best probability of facilitating student success.

Terrance M. Scott is a Professor and Distinguished University Scholar in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville. As a former counselor and teacher of students with seriously challenging behaviors, his research interests focus on school-wide prevention systems, the role of instructional variables in managing student behavior, and functional behavior assessment intervention.

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Cost: $25 for APBS Members and $50 for Non-Members

Register for the webinar here: http://www.cvent.com/d/p4qm7d/4W

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Distinguished Presenters

Upcoming APBS Webinars

February 20, 2014

Dr. Kathleen Lane on using data to screen, identify, and guide implementation of supports for students needing Tiers 2 and 3 interventions (4 pm-5:30 pm EST)

Distinguished Presenters

A distinguished presenter is a leader in the field who, based on both their acknowledged expertise in the field and generosity, have either; 1) waived honoraria at an APBS sponsored event, 2) re-directed honoraria from a presentation that they provided to APBS and/or 3) have donated their honoraria following a presentation to APBS. APBS wishes to acknowledge and thank each of the following Distinguished Presenters.

2013

Rob Horner

Anne Todd

2012

Mark Durand