Structuring the Learning Environment to Promote Positive Behaviors

Presented by: Dr. Paul G. Young, Former President of both the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) and the National AfterSchool Association (NAA)
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Is inappropriate student behavior driving you up the wall? If you’d like to learn how to envision improvements, this webinar will help you. The insights, advice, and strategies are based on research and practical experience analyzing, restructuring, and transforming numerous school and afterschool learning environments.

In this webinar, Dr. Paul G. Young shared how to:

  • Identify challenging behaviors (of both adults and children) that can be re-directed for positive outcomes
  • Analyze strengths and weaknesses of specific parts and times of educational environments that support positive behavior or allow problems to develop
  • Formulate a vision of improved educational programming and develop plans for teaching common, consistent expectations of all constituents
  • Understand the difference between discipline and punishment

Enhance your ability to communicate expectations, influence the capacity of front line staff to manage children, and create a program culture that leads to higher levels of achievement and satisfaction for everyone. Learn how to structure your learning environments to promote positive behaviors!