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Behavior Issues
Teachers and educators working in general and special education, from kindergarten to 12th grade will experience behavioral issues in the classroom.  The primary problem teachers have is how to decrease or eliminate entirely, the behaviors before they escalate in volume and/or intensity.

One method professional development staff can utilize is DVD’s on functional analysis and positive behavior support training with visual demonstrations coupled with supporting guides.  Teachers learn an empirical, function based approach to eliminating challenging behaviors in students and to replace those behaviors with pro-social skills.

Another tool designed to help in the management of behavior is thoroughly assessing the cause of the motivation behind the behavior.  The Motivation Assessment Scale is for teachers who want a different approach including an additional way to determine why people’s problem behaviors persist.  The scale will help professionals to learn the function, or motivation, of behavior problems by assessing the influence of social attention, tangibles, escape and sensory consequences of problem behavior.

These are just 2 of the types of resources available.  Program Development Associates Behavior Issues store features dozens of resources related to disability behavior that are designed to reduce these problems in a planned and systematic way.  Teachers working with children or teens with learning disabilities, autism or other behavior problems will find a wide selection of DVD’s, curriculum and books from leading experts in the field.  Administrators and professional development staff requiring system wide change in their schools’ behavior management policy have successfully used many of these highly acclaimed, effective and efficient resources to reach their goals.

This presentation is focused to provide "best practice approaches" which will assist in supporting others in diminishing the causes of anger.


Cyber-bullying is any form of harassment that occurs via the Internet. Hear from Real Teens as they discuss their views on Cyber-Bullying.


Many teens suffer emotional abuse from their peers. Emotional abuse can affect a student's self-esteem and greatly impair psychological development and social interaction.


As part of the process of adolescence, teens develop both physically and emotionally and as their awareness of self changes, it can be tempting for teens to compare themselves with others as part of the natural desire to feel accepted by their peers.


Covers teen anger and why anger can be the tip of an emotional iceberg. Students discover methods for recognizing anger in all its forms and how to cope with it.


Rebellion takes many forms, positive and negative and teens learn that decisions they make for themselves have consequences. Teens will develop their own personal beliefs which will inevitably lead to some bad choices and mistakes.


Learn how you can get your kids up, dressed and out of the house in the morning without being late-and how you can get them back to bed in the evening without going crazy and much, much more.


Examples of how to instruct positive behaviors across all grade levels and settings.


For every kind of sensory need, there is a story that illustrates how a child may behave.


Explains how anxiety and sensory overload can affect a child’s behavior.

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