Classwide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

A Guide to Proactive Classroom Management

Brandi Simonsen and Diane Myers

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January 27, 2015
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Brandi Simonsen, PhD, is Associate Professor of Special Education in the Department of Educational Psychology and a Research Scientist with the Center for Behavioral Education and Research at the University of Connecticut. She also coordinates the University's Graduate Certificate Program in Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support. Dr. Simonsen is an implementation partner with the OSEP Technical Assistance Center on PBIS and serves on the executive board of the Association for Positive Behavior Support. She teaches, provides service, and conducts research in the areas of Tier 1 schoolwide positive behavior support in alternative settings, classwide PBIS, and more intensive (Tiers 2 and 3) supports for students with challenging behavior. Previously, Dr. Simonsen was the director of a nonpublic alternative school for students with disabilities who presented with challenging educational and behavioral needs. In addition to serving as an administrator and clinician, she was certified as a teacher of elementary general education and middle/secondary special education. She has authored a number of scholarly journal articles and book chapters.

Diane Myers, PhD, is Associate Professor of Special Education in the Department of Teacher Education at Texas Woman’s University. Previously, she was Assistant Professor of Special Education at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she created the Certificate of Advanced Studies Program in PBIS. Dr. Myers teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of classwide PBIS, advanced applications of positive behavior supports at all levels, and research and practice in special education. She conducts professional development in classroom management and provides training and support to schools implementing schoolwide PBIS. Her research interests include teacher training and professional development, classroom management, and supporting students with challenging behavior. Previously, she was a special education teacher at an urban middle school. Her first teaching job was at a residential facility for adjudicated adolescents, and she has an ongoing interest in the field of juvenile justice.
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