I have asked thousands of teachers across the US what they believe to be the most important component of any successful classroom management approach. Over 90% have responded with the word CONSISTENCY. There are many ways to create positive classroom communities, but the absence of consistency can sabotage every approach. In this course, I will share strategies I have learned in the last 25 years that are simple, effective, and have helped me create consistent systems in the classroom.


In this course for K-12 educators you will:
  • Reflect on personal strengths and areas for growth
  • Identify common mistakes and how to avoid them
  • Discuss Behavior Science 101 - steps to help students change
  • Set up Classroom Discipline Cycle (templates provided)
  • Set up a Community Agreement
  • Learn various Positive Reinforcement Systems
  • View no cost resources to support your systems
  • Receive the following for FREE
  • Community Agreement Template
  • Classroom Discipline Cycle Template
  • First Four Weeks Planning Guide
  • Better Next Year Planning Guide


Contact Amie for Bulk Pricing, Custom Webinars, or in person PD – www.behaviorqueen.com/contact/ 

Effective Consequences


Systems That Work!


Find Your Management Style




$29

Consistency in the Classroom

Setting Up Systems That Work

Amie Dean, M. Ed, NBCT


Amie Dean has a passion for the problem students of the world. The students who are disrespectful, defiant, broken, and shut down have been a part of her every day for over 25 years. As a former special education teacher, Amie spent many years teaching in classrooms with the most challenging students on campus and found a way to reach each and every one. She believes most teachers truly want to help these students – want to believe in them – but are not trained on HOW to do it. This has become Amie’s new personal mission – to help teachers implement positive, practical strategies in their classrooms to save our most challenging students – and themselves. Amie will teach you how to:


Teach Hard. Love Harder.