Behave Yourself! explains how to develop sound behavior change plans for both general and special education students. It shows how to move beyond mere compliance with response to intervention and special education law to commitment with the word of the law: finding effective ways to help all students change their behavior. Practitioners will learn specific strategies for developing behavior intervention plans (BIPs) that lead to long-term, positive change. They will also gain the tools required to do this. The author's Plan to Do Better approach is a simple and direct five-step process that is designed to foster the development of a healthy relationship between the student, parents, and school personnel often the foundation upon which the best plans are built. Three guiding principles drive this approach: Never do anything to your students that you would not want done to you. Never do anything for your students that they can do for themselves. Empower your students to do the things they think they cannot do.
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Ambrose "Broz" Panico is a veteran educator and change agent who has worked as a teacher, coach, dean, principal, State Due Process Hearing Officer, and central office administrator. Ambrose began his career as a teacher in a Chicago public school behavior disorders classroom and is currently the assistant director of the Exceptional Children Have Opportunities (ECHO) Joint Agreement, located in South Holland, Illinois. He has developed therapeutic public school options for students who require higher levels of support in order to succeed. Ambrose helps districts meet their students needs in general education classrooms or district special programs. He also works with district personnel to create environments that enhance and support students who are attempting to behave better and to develop and implement behavioral intervention plans that empower them to do so. As a consultant, he has supported the efforts of like-minded educators on a national level. In addition to his public school career, he is a private professional development specialist, consultant, and trainer. His books, Adventure Education for the Classroom Community: Over 90 Activities for Developing Character, Responsibility, and the Courage to Achieve (2000) and Discipline and the Classroom Community: Recapturing Control of Our Schools (1999), and articles, The Classroom Community Model: Teaching Responsibility (1997) and Service Learning as a Community Initiation (1998), are evidence of his professional commitment to responsibility education.
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