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Addressing Behavior Proactively: A Legal Guide to FBAs and BIPs Administrators Take Charge: Behavior Modification Strategies
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Make sure both general and special education staff know what student information they can share with others and under what circumstances. This course is designed to help administrators learn the basic concepts of behavior modification.
Discipline Policies and BIPs: Policy and Practice Overview for Administrators Discipline Policies and BIPs: Policy and Practice Overview for Teachers
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This course is designed to show the relationship between classroom rules, district discipline policies, and the law. This course is designed to show the relationships among classroom rules, district discipline policies, and the law.
IDEA Rules on Discipline Instruction from the Administrator's Perspective: Application, Support and Monitoring
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IDEA Rules on Discipline -- explores the regulatory framework with regard to the discipline of a student with a disability. This course was designed to help district and campus administrators learn how NCLB defines the term “scientifically based research” and how to support and monitor the implementation of evidence-based programs and practices.
Instructional Strategies for Teachers: What Works in the Classroom Manifestation Determinations: Steps for Legal Compliance
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This course was designed to help teachers learn how education law defines the term “scientifically based research” and how to select practices and programs that are scientifically research-based. This course explores the circumstances that trigger a district's duty to conduct a manifestation determination (MD) for a student with a disability.
Monitoring Student Behavior: The Administrator's Role Monitoring Student Behavior: The Teacher's Role
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This course is designed to assist administrators in guiding teachers to plan and implement behavior monitoring. This course is designed to assist teachers in planning and implementing behavior monitoring.
Responding to Dangerous Conduct by Students With Disabilities: A School District Guide to Legal Requirements Teachers Take Charge: Behavior Modification Strategies for the Classroom
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When can you remove a student with a disability who is exhibiting dangerous or potentially criminal misconduct? This course is designed to help teachers learn the basic concepts of behavior modification as a classroom intervention for challenging behavior.
When Students with Disabilities Misbehave: Research and Best Practices for Teachers When Students with Disabilities Misbehave: Responding Appropriately to Disciplinary Referrals
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Call toll-free 1-800-341-7874
This course is designed to examine the reasons for misbehavior and its importance when working with students with disabilities. This course is designed to examine the reasons for misbehavior and its importance when responding to disciplinary referrals of students with disabilities.
   
 
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