Discipline plans, community consensus and strategies for preventing and dealing with student behaviors that strain the capabilities and resources of school and teachers will be examined during a July 12-16 institute at the University of Maine. Sponsored by the College of Education and Human Development in response to increasing concern over school safety and its impact on teaching and learning, the Challenging Behaviors Institute will highlight the importance of common, consistent behavioral expectations in the community, school and classroom.
Hyatt, Kay, "Institute Gets to Core of Student Behavior, School Expectations" (1999). General University of Maine Publications. 1866.
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