Brief / Fact Sheet / Tip Sheet
Administrators, Family / Community, Educators, Related Services / Support Staff, Students
Autism, Specially Designed Instruction, Behavior, Social, Emotional & Character Development
Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports
The Good Behavior Game: 10 Steps to Regaining Class-Wide Behavior ManagementAre your students suffering from the Spring Fever Sillies? As the weather gets warmer and the sun shines brightly, teachers of all grade levels begin to see the symptoms (e.g., wiggles, ants in the pants, like frogs jumping in a bucket, class clown gets clownier, etc.). Regain classroom management by using this highly effective intervention that has repeatedly proven to reduce problematic behaviors across all ages. Spend more time instructing and less time addressing problem behaviors by following these 10 easy steps of the Good Behavior Game.