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Stopping Disruptive Behavior
Workshop #: CECO-03


Stop disruptive behavior with three carefully worded questions! Teachers and administrators will enjoy this effective strategy for dealing with problem behavior from K-12 students. Learn to lead the students through a process that promotes a solution they create and will accept. Create effective classroom management plans and discover how the Safety, Order and Rights value set will help clarify and define wanted and unwanted behaviors. Watch demonstrations and practice the strategies you can use in your classroom today!

Course Objectives:

  • To explore the constructive discipline techniques for stopping disruptive behavior.

  • To perform the skill and develop mastery of the techniques.

  • To adopt the value set of Safety, Order, and Rights.

  • To formulate plans for using the technique in the classroom.


Student Expectations:

Students will be required to:

  • Rehearse the skills and report on the results.
  • Complete written self-reflection exercises.
  • Collaborate with peers using the on-line forum.





Upon completion of the course, students can decide if they would like to receive credit and from which university they would like to receive credit. Please see University Affiliations under the Information Center for the cost per credit.

Class Outline:

Lesson 1
1a. Introduction
1b. Reflection
1c. Assess Your School
1d. Effective Discipline Policies From Your School
1e. The Constructive Discipline Approach
1f. The Safety, Order, And Rights® Value Set

Lesson 2
2a. Your Classroom Management Plan
2b. Constructing Your Plan: Routines & Procedures
2c. Constructing Your Plan: Rules & Consequences
2d. Consequences
2e. Activity: Research School’s Discipline Policies
2f. Exercise: Brainstorming about Consequences
2g. Exercise: Behaviors and Consequences

Lesson 3
3a. Communicating Your Classroom Management Plan to Students
3b. Teaching and Giving Feedback
3c. Exercise: Monitoring & Grading Student Behavior
3d. Exercise: Positive Recognition for Appropriate Behavior
3e. Communicating Your Classroom Management Plan
3f. Discipline Log
3g. Parent Contact Log
3h. Behavioral Contract

Lesson 4
4a. The Power of the Question
4b. Overview of the Skill Steps

Lesson 5
5a. The Plan
5b. View the Skill Steps in Entirety
5c. Exercise: Write Down the Skill Steps

Lesson 6
6a. Apply What You’ve Learned
6b. Exercise: Example 1
6c. Exercise: Example 2
6d. An Example from your Experience
6e. Final Thoughts

Post Survey
Course Evaluation
Final Exam

Contact Information:
425-788-7275 ext 104


Graduate credit is available after course completion for an additional fee from various universities.

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