003: How to reduce problem behaviors with the right expectations with Randy Sprick Part 1

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In this episode
In Part 1 of this special two part episode, Dr. Randy Sprick demonstrates how to prevent and stop problem behaviors using an effective classroom management strategy; STOIC – Structure, Teaching expectations, Observe and supervise, Interact, and Correct.

About today’s guest
Dr. Randy Sprick has presented his useful strategies in an entertaining style to over 30.000 educators. Randy is the Director of Teaching Strategies, Inc. and is the primary of author of the Safe & Civil Schools book series and CHAMPS. He is an expert at reducing disruption and off task behaviors while increasing student connectedness.

Recommended Resources:

  • “CHAMPS: A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management,” by Randy Sprick
  • “Discipline in the Secondary Classroom,” by Randy Sprick
  • “Stress Management for Teachers: A Proactive Guide” by Keith Herman & Wendy Renke
  • Web Article: STOIC Acronym

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