Behavior

Applications for the Behavior Coach Endorsement Program are open from now till December 31st. Click here to read more.

We are a team of general education and special education specialists, working to build better behavior in your schools. We provide your districts and campuses with technical assistance with behavior management, working with individual students and from the campus level to deliver you top notch behavior training, assistance, and management to schools and campuses in need.

Behavior Coach Endorsement Program

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The Behavior Team at ESC 13 is pleased to announce the return of the Behavior Coach Endorsement Program.

This is an intensive 240 hours of training for administrators, counselors, teachers and paraprofessionals who wish to become a behavior specialist.

Training will focus on a multi-tiered system of behavior supports, including whole school behavior interventions and preventions and intensive interventions for students with significant challenges.

Best practices models of behavior and discipline along with the inclusion of social emotional learning and restorative discipline will be covered as part of the curriculum.

The training occurs over the course of the 2017 year, staring January 1st 2017 and ending December 2017. There is one Saturday training per month and two weeks of training during the summer of 2017.

There will be two cohorts: a face-to-face/in person cohort, and a digital cohort via Zoom meetings, email, etc. Both will occur simultaneously throughout the year, depending on your personal preference.

Interested candidates must submit a current resume no later than January 1st, 2017 to Albert Felts at albert.felts@esc13.txed.net, to be considered for the program.

Program costs are $2,500 with $1,500 supplement by IDEA funds.

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