Responding to Student Behavior

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Overview: We all need a behavioral philosophy to lean on when the going gets tough with students! Join us to learn the why behind behaviors, develop a behavioral philosophy, and learn strategies you can utilize immediately to support students who exhibit behaviors that interfere with learning. 

Audience: paraprofessionals, administrators, support staff, and teachers supporting students grades pre-kindergarten through high school 

Total Course Time: approximately 22 hours 

Instructor: Connie Persike, M.S., CCC/SLP


Colvin, G., & Scott, T. (2014). Managing the Cycle of Acting-out Behavior in the Classroom (2nd ed.). Corwin.

Delahooke, M. (2019). Beyond Behaviors: Using Brain Science and Compassion to Understand and Solve Children’s Behavioral Challenges (1st ed.). PESI Publishing.

Greene, R. (2014). Lost at School: Why Our Kids with Behavioral Challenges are Falling Through the Cracks and How We Can Help Them (2nd ed.). Scribner.

Jain, R. (2020). Online Programs for Children with Anxiety | Kids Anxiety Relief. Retrieved 10 April 2020, from

Siegel, D., & Bryson, T. (2015). The Whole-Brain Child Workbook. Ashland: Pesi Publishing & Media LLC.

Siegel, D., & Bryson, T. (2019). No Drama Discipline Workbook. Ashland: Pesi Publishing & Media LLC.

A certificate of completion will be given when completed. Buyers have access to the trainings for one calendar year.

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Kathy Johnson
Posted 2 months ago
Excellent course!

This course is excellent. I'm really hoping these topics will be shared with other school districts, mental health institutions, anywhere there are young people. It really provided an understanding of behaviors and how we should be responding to these behaviors. It is about education and helping students develop skills to live in our world.

Connie Persike
Posted 2 months ago

Thank you so much for the kind feedback. I’m so glad you found the class beneficial!

Posted 8 months ago
Compassion and relationships!

If we start building relationships early in our lives it really would make us more successful socially in society. I think about what’s happening in our world right now and it just shows how important relationships and compassion is not punishment and reward systems. We still are using isolation and restraint in our society it’s sad.Relationships! We need to see the good in people. Thank you

Connie Persike
Posted 8 months ago

So well said! Your students are lucky to have you!!! Thank you so much for the review.

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