Managing Behavior to Support Differentiating Instruction: Administrator Guide
By Vicki Gibson, Ph.D.
Organizing classrooms and training students in routines and procedures to support differentiating instruction is only a beginning. In addition, teachers need to know how to manage student behavior and provide high quality instruction. Differentiating instruction requires that students understand how to self-regulate, that is, how to effectively manage their own behavior by making good choices.
In this six module training manual, Vicki Gibson, Ph. D., explains two choice discipline, the behavioral management system that she has implemented and trained effectively for over 25 years to support differentiating instruction.
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