Event Details


About this Event

What:
PAX Good Behavior Game
Presented by PAX presentor
When:
October 3, 2017
8:30-4:00
Where:
Summit ESC
Room 17 / 19
Why:
PAX Good Behavior Game
PAX GBG is a classroom-based preventive intervention that gives teachers the skills and strategies to create nurturing environments in their classrooms by teaching self-regulation, co-regulation, and group regulation throughout their daily instruction. Thus, instead of merely implementing an “anti-drug” campaign, the PAX Good Behavior Game actually teaches students skills in delayed gratification that have shown in multiple controlled trials to dramatically improve behavioral, academic, and lifetime outcomes.
Benefits for Teachers and Students:
Major improvement in engaged learning by students.
60-90 minutes more time to teach and learn each day.
75-125 fewer disruptions per hour in classes.
Improved benchmark scores that predict success on standardized tests.
20%-30% less need for special education.
Improved family life because of children's improvements at school.
Improved benefits of other prevention efforts.

Register to attend:
Region 8 PAX Good Behavior Game Professional Development Training

Registration Link: http://bit.ly/Region8PDT10-3
Registration for this training will close Sept. 26th.

Visit paxohio.org for more information about the PAX Ohio Cures Initiative.
For Whom:
Elementary Teachers
Questions or Concerns?
Brenda Palinkas
(330) 945-5600 x511234