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There is a need to provide behavior education information to schools, communities, and families as it relates to at-risk students in our schools. The show will help schools, communities, and families understand the at-risk student population and their role in leaning about tools, resources, and strategies to help these students learn to modify dysfunctional behaviors and achieve success.

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As school has started back, now is the time to redefine your school's climate or improve it from the beginning of the school year. This broadcast is a brief introduction to define school climate and discuss why it is important.

Teachers all over the country are getting ready for students to come back to school next week, or some of may already be in school. The great thing about the beginning of the school year is the opportunity to build new or re-establish... more

As teachers and administrators are getting ready for school it is time to refresher yourself on strategies for behavior management for students.

Classroom management is a priority for teachers. But are the strategies or interventions you are using being effective? You may have found yourself saying, ?I tried that, and that, and even that. Nothing seems to work.? Tune in to... more

The feeling of vulnerability of those students disrupting the classroom.

Rebel is defined as person that rises up in opposition against an established entity. There are 2 sides in a rebellion: (1) One side has what the other side needs or wants, (2) the other side fights to get what they need or want. The one... more

Rebel is defined as person that rises up in opposition against an established entity. There are 2 sides in a rebellion: (1) One side has what the other side needs or wants, (2) the other side fights to get what they need or want. The one... more

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