Classroom Interventions for Behavior: Virtual Power Hours, October 4 – Addressing Disruptive Behavior, Blurting Out, and Talking At Inappropriate Times
Addressing Disruptive Behavior, Blurting Out, and Talking At Inappropriate Times
In all classrooms, there are times students find themselves in trouble for disrupting peers, blurting out answers, or talking to the wrong people at the wrong time about the wrong thing. In this session, we’ll explore all the ways students challenge us when exhibiting disruptive behavior such as noise-making, being out of their seat at inappropriate times, or excessive chattiness. This session will look at intentional interventions to curb behaviors that disrupt learning and the flow of instructional activities. The goal is for students to learn to manage their behavior so the classroom is a more positive and productive place for students and the teacher.
October 4, 2023
3:30 pm to 4:30 pm PT / 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm MT / 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm CT / 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm ET
Included Book: Teacher’s Encyclopedia of Behavior Management
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Any one session: $125
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Any three sessions $225
Any four sessions: $250
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Power Hour Books
Course price is for a single registrant seat and includes a copy of Teacher’s Encyclopedia. Please include the email address and shipping address for each individual registrant during checkout. We recommend using your home address, if possible—deliveries to a school or district address are occasionally lost or returned.
Register by September 27 to ensure you receive the course book before the start of the first Power Hour session. (For addresses outside the United States, register by September 13.)
If you are registering for individual sessions:
- Session 2 (October 11): Register by October 2 to receive your book by October 9.
- Session 3 (October 18): Register by October 9 to receive your book by October 16.
- Session 4 (October 25): Register by October 16 to receive your book by October 23.
If your book does not arrive by the Monday before the start of your session, use the Virtual Course Help form to let us know.
Jessica Sprick is a consultant and presenter for Safe & Civil Schools and a writer for Ancora Publishing. Ms. Sprick has been a special education teacher for students with behavioral needs and Dean of Students at the middle school level. Her practical experience working with special and general education students and staff, along with strong training in positive behavior support techniques, drives her passion to help school personnel develop and implement effective classroom management plans.
Randy Sprick has worked as a paraprofessional, teacher, and teacher trainer at the elementary and secondary levels. Author of a number of widely read books on behavior and classroom management, Randy is former director of Safe & Civil Schools, a consulting company that provides inservice programs throughout the country. Although Randy is largely retired, his Safe & Civil Schools colleagues continue the work of helping large and small school districts
improve student behavior and motivation. Efficacy of that work is documented in peer-reviewed research, and Safe & Civil Schools materials are listed on the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP).
Randy was the recipient of the 2007 Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Wallin Lifetime Achievement Award and was inducted into the Direct Instruction Hall of Fame, along with numerous other awards and honors.