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Who Should Attend

General education teachers, K through 12, special education teachers, principals, counselors, psychologists, at-risk coordinators, Title I coordinators, special education directors, staff development directors, paraprofessionals, educational assistants, administrators, curriculum directors, school board members, and parents.


All educators who:

– Increase student achievement
– Create positive classroom behavior
– Intervene effectively when students misbehave
– Want a program that significantly reduces classroom/school discipline problems
– Desire to see self-discipline, responsibility,cooperation, and problem-solving skills in their class
– Believe that good behavior is as important as academics
– Know that non-punitive methods work best for long-range positive results with students
– Want a large toolbox of non-punitive methods
– Desire classrooms where students demonstrate mutual respect
– Develop a classroom climate and school culture based on clear limits, consistency, and respect
– Motivate apathetic, reluctant learners, and potential dropouts
– Build a foundation for the prevention of violence
– Improve home, school, and community collaboration
– Promote character education and the development of good citizenship