Behaven Kids offers School Based Classroom Management Training to local schools to increase overall classroom productivity and to support a school’s behavioral plan. This service occurs in the classroom to identify and enhance each teacher’s strengths while providing effective, maintainable strategies for classroom behavior management. The techniques taught by Behaven Kids are all research based, support PBiS/BIST models, and incorporate each teacher’s classroom style. Well managed classrooms will increase effective academic teaching, resulting in increased student satisfaction and improved educational outcomes.
- Increased academic time
- Improved student social skills - Following directions, staying at desk, raising hand, manners, etc.
- Increased student’s social acceptance with peers
- Pro-social skills carried to home environment
- Increased confidence in teachers and paraprofessionals
- Promotes mainstreaming children into typical classroom activities
Potential Demographic of Students Served
- Students struggling at home and behaviors carry over to school
- Students with a mental health diagnosis
- Students on the Spectrum
- Students with Developmental Disabilities
Best of all, the program is cost effective! In a time when school budgets are stretched, every educational dollar counts. Bringing a Behaven Kids Behavioral Specialist onsite to a school allows for each teacher to receive targeted advice that makes a huge and immediate difference in the classroom. Call today to schedule a discovery meeting!
What School Districts Are Saying
“I teach second grade at Tekamah-Herman Schools. This is my 30th year of teaching. I have a class of 22 very energetic and talkative students. First semester, I would get up in the morning and have a queasy stomach. I was constantly worried about what would happen in my classroom that day. I had decided that teaching was not worth the stress and bad health. I am close to being able to take early retirement, and had decided that I was going to be done with teaching as soon as possible.
Behaven kids came to our school the week before Christmas break. I started with the Supercards with three students who exhibited the worst behavior. In January, I used the supercards with my whole classroom. All of the students like having the cards and are exhibiting better behavior. My worst behaved student used to be angry all the time and could have several meltdowns in a single day. He now comes to school happy and smiles several times throughout the day. He smiled only a few times the whole first semester. He is listening better and rarely exhibits anger.
I am excited about teaching again. I feel like a heavy weight has been lifted off my shoulders and I am enjoying my class. I believe that all of this has been a result of having Behaven Kids come into my classroom. I am not sure how much our district has paid for them to come to our school, but I believe it is very worth it.” Respectfully, Pam Tonjes. Second Grade Teacher. Tekamah-Herman Elementary