A Case Study for a Hybrid Model of Behavior Modification

Wade Smith , PhD


Schools have an obligation to maintain a safe and orderly learning environment. Additionally, schools have an obligation to foster productive behaviors in their students that will mitigate for the need to suspend students. In an effort to reduce student suspensions, many schools and school systems are turning to Positive Behavioral Intervention Systems (PBIS) for solutions. The full paper provides a case study for an alternative discipline strategy that provides teachers with greater autonomy while reducing the need to monitor individual student behavior.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/wjeh.v3n2p79


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