BER Online Learning for Educators

Discipline

Grades 3-6: A Practical Approach to Classroom Management and Discipline: Management and Intervention Strategies that Keep Students On Task and Learning
This video-based professional development course demonstrates ways to manage highly productive learning situations, use intervention strategies to quickly address off-task student behavior, and implement a problem-solving approach to discipline.

Grades 3-6: A Practical Approach to Management and Discipline: Strategies for Dealing with Challenging and Difficult Students
This video-based professional development course demonstrates practical, classroom-tested strategies for addressing the misbehaviors of difficult students and de-escalating potentially volatile situations. You'll also see how to apply these same strategies in conferences to help noncompliant intermediate grade students take responsibility for their actions.

Grades 3-6: Starting the Year with Proactive Classroom Management Strategies
Getting the school year off to a good start is foundational to effective classroom management. This video-based course focuses on vital beginning of the year practices that set the stage for a well-organized learning environment and reduce the potential for misbehavior.

Grades 6-12: A Practical Approach to Management and Discipline: Starting the Year with Proactive Classroom Management Strategies
This video-based professional development course demonstrates how to engage middle and high school students in a well-managed, highly productive first day of class; establish key classroom routines to maximize daily learning, and implement proactive strategies and techniques that create positive classroom environments and minimize misbehavior.

Grades 6-12: A Practical Approach to Management and Discipline: Strategies for Dealing with Challenging, Difficult Students
This video-based professional development course demonstrates practical, classroom-tested strategies for addressing the misbehaviors of difficult students, de-escalating potentially volatile situations, and facilitating problem-solving conferences to help noncompliant students in grades 6-12 take responsibility for their actions.

Grades K-2: A Practical Approach to Classroom Management and Discipline: Management and Intervention Strategies that Promote Responsible Student Behavior and Prevent Discipline Problems
This video-based professional development course demonstrates ways to develop young students’ self-management skills, use intervention strategies to quickly address off-task student behavior, and increase students’ problem-solving proficiency.

Grades K-2: A Practical Approach to Classroom Management and Discipline: Strategies for Dealing with Challenging, Difficult Students
This video-based professional development course demonstrates practical, classroom-tested strategies for intervening with a wide range of challenging student behaviors, as well as a variety of techniques for helping young students gain control of their behavior and act more responsibly.

Grades K-2: Starting the Year with Proactive Classroom Management Strategies
This video-based course focuses on routines, procedures and practices that are sure to enhance not only that critical first day of school, but will help set the tone for a productive, learning-filled school year.

Grades K-6: Using the Response to Intervention Model for Disruptive and Difficult Student Behaviors
This video-based online course features National Trainer Kathryn Phillips and the dedicated staff of one elementary school who demonstrate ways to address all levels of student behavior within a well developed, fully implemented Response to Intervention model, grades K-6.