How To Get Students Back On Track: Top 7 Behavior Strategies As COVID-19 Persists

Leading behavior specialist Ryan Jeffery will help you reclaim the time you and your students have lost.

What You'll Learn

  • What is the real reason students will not listen?
  • How can you gain instant compliance during life-or-death scenarios?
  • What proactive behavior management strategies should you use?
  • How can you customize expectations to fit your management style?
  • When should you teach and review expectations?
  • What should you do when students test limits?
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Training Overview

Fix student behavior before it’s too late. Start the school year by overcoming COVID-19 regression.

As the 2021–22 school year begins, student behavior has regressed. After multiple transitions between virtual, in-person, and hybrid instruction, students have forgotten expectations, become accustomed to flexibility, and lost opportunities to practice interpersonal skills. You need to take immediate action to re-teach expectations for in-person learning and stop problems before they derail the entire year.

You can use a scientific process for embedding commands in your student’s muscle memory. After using the “teaching triad,” your verbal prompts will be the trigger that elicits student compliance. Nothing is more frustrating than repeating the same directions: “Put your mask back on, stop drinking from the water fountain, get back in your seat, raise your hand, keep your hands to yourself.” This verbal hamster wheel can drain your energy long before the school day is over.

  • What is the real reason students will not listen?
  • How can you gain instant compliance during life-or-death scenarios?
  • What proactive behavior management strategies should you use?
  • How can you customize expectations to fit your management style?
  • When should you teach and review expectations?
  • What should you do when students test limits?
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Who Should Attend?
  • Superintendents
  • Principals
  • Teachers
  • Assistant principals
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Teaching assistants
  • Counselors
  • Mental health advocates
  • Department chairs
  • Clinical staff
  • Program directors
  • Special education directors
What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
About

Expert Presenter

Ryan Jeffery
  • Sought-after PreK-12 behavior intervention trainer
  • Coach in the public education community
  • Interprets defiant behaviors
  • Helps teachers gain student compliance with calm, confident, and consistent approaches to behavior