In this session we will examine individual and classroom behavior management concepts and techniques that can be utilized in order to alleviate teacher exhaustion and frustration as well as provide for student success and motivation. Our time will be spent reviewing basic understandings of behaviors, how to build relationships, how to set expectations, creating a sound physical space, teaching behavioral procedures and routines as well as positive reinforcement techniques and tricks. Several examples and samples of behavior interventions will be shared.
About the presenter: Monica Thuesen has a Master’s of Education with certifications in Learning Disabilities and Emotional Disturbances from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks and a Bachelor of Science in Education from Minnesota State in Mankato. Monica began her teaching career in Culbertson, Montana where she taught pre-K through 12th grade Special Education. She has also taught 1st grade and 6th grade. She currently teaches at Roosevelt Middle School in Red Lodge, where she serves on its MBI and mentoring committees.
How to Enroll: Visit Behavior Management for the Classroom on the Frontline Education website