Boys Town’s “Well-Managed Schools” Training

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“Well-Managed Schools: Intervening with Troubling Behavior.” A training about managing classroom behavior through use of the research-based Boys Town Education Model®. Another option I can offer to present content is from the research-based curriculum, Well-Managed Schools”, an interactive one-day or two-day workshop for educators developed by Boys Town National Training Services. Participants will learn ideas to help avoid power struggles, resolve conflicts before they escalate, reduce office referrals, help more students learn more, and enjoy teaching! Learn how to infuse research-based strategies such as teaching toward “Classroom and School-wide Procedures”, “Alternative Plans”, “Preventive Prompts,” “Social Skills”, “Effective Praise”, and “Corrective Teaching,” all grounded within the Boys Town Education Model®. This evidence-based model promotes effective behavior management practices, relationship-building techniques, and social skill development. We will practice applying this content to you students and schools. Schedule a one or two-day “Well-Managed Schools” training at your school. Improve your classroom culture and climate. Open to all school staff. Well-Managed Schools” will introduce you to the key components of the Boys Town Education Model®, a school-based intervention program that provides all students with the positive behavior support they need to succeed. Contact me to request a quote and I will forward such directly to Boys Town National Training Services. 

“Randy works as an on-call Educational Instructor for Boys Town with the “Well-Managed Schools” curriculum. He trains with amazing energy, excitement and expertise. When I had the opportunity to add Randy into my National Training Services team, I didn’t waste any time. Hire him, I did. I am very pleased with the depth of knowledge, experience and skill sets that he adds to our Boys Town National Training Team.” Mike Meeks, Former National Training Manager for Boys Town.

Randolph Boardman