To really influence student behavior, teachers and parents need to understand both the reasons for common misbehavior and the actions they should take to correct it. This website, based on our You Can Handle Them All book, enables educators to develop the skills necessary to understand the causes of behavior, manage discipline problems, and increase student motivation.
Step 1: Identify the Behavior
Specific attitudes and actions to easily identify which of the 124 different behaviors applies to your student or child.
Step 2: Understand the Effects of the Behavior
This step determines how student behavior affects teachers, classmates, parents, and learning.
Step 3: Identify the Causes, Student Needs, and Techniques to Manage the Behavior
This step shares the causes of the behavior, the needs the student may have that are influencing his or her behavior, and the techniques you can use to modify and change his or her behavior.
Step 4: Avoid Mistakes That May Intensify the Behavior
This step will explain common misjudgments and errors in managing the behavior that may perpetuate or intensify the behavior problem.