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Ross Greene PhD

Dr. Ross Greene


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Along with four school principals, Dr. Ross Greene -- originator of the Collaborative Problem Solving approach (now called Collaborative & Proactive Solutions) and author of The Explosive Child and Lost at School -- helps teachers and parents better handle behaviorally challenging kids in the classroom and at home through implementation of his approach to solving problems collaboratively. This program airs on the first Monday of each month (September through May) at 3:30 pm Eastern time.

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Is it a good idea to identify and track at-risk students? Of course! And the CPS model provides the paperwork to help schools do it: the ALSUP, Plan B Flowchart, and Plan B Cheat Sheet.

Our friends at Anytown High School have been doing a lot more Plan B lately...and that means they're gathering a lot of information about what's making it hard for their students to learn and behave appopriately, and getting a lot of... more

If we spend all of our meeting time talking about things about which we can do nothing, staff will emerge from those meetings assuming they can do nothing to help the behaviorally challenging students we're discussing. But what if... more

Thanks to a caller, this program focused on the difficulties that can pop up when Collaborative Problem Solving is being implemented. A very informative program!

On today's program, the Educators Panel covered wide-ranging topics related to implementation of CPS in their respective buildings. Things are really coming along!

The title of the program pretty much says it all, though it's not the only topic Dr. Greene covered.

Very interesting discussion about why it's so important to understand a student's concern or perspective on a given unsolved problem...if we don't achieve that understanding, then we'll be relegated to solutions that don't address the... more

Anytown High School has arrived at the "hump": the point at which the lenses of Collaborative Problem Solving are starting to feel right and they're now clear that a lot of their students need CPS...but they're just getting good at Plan... more

This show serves as a reminder of the incredible insights our Educators Panel offers on a wide array of topics related to school discipline in general and behaviorally challenging kids in particular. If you only listen to only one program,... more

Another great session with the staff at Anytown High School today...we reviewed aspects of the CPS model the members of the core group were still struggling with and began talking about a new student who they feel would benefit from... more
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