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ND Educational Hub — Book Read–Register Today!

The Behavior Code: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Teaching the Most Challenging Studentswith Nancy Rappaport, was published by Harvard Education Press, April 19, 2012.

The Behavior Code reveals a systematic approach for deciphering causes and patterns of difficult behaviors and how to match them with proven strategies for getting students back on track so they can learn effectively.

The Behavior Code provides the conceptual background for breaking the code of the four most challenging students in the classroom: students with anxiety-related, oppositional, withdrawn and sexualized behaviors. The book provides, in a user-friendly format, a different kind of behavior intervention plan — we call it the FAIR plan — that outlines effective interventions for students demonstrating these challenging behaviors.

 

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Starting October 5–Motivating and Inspiring Students

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Marzano Institute Trainer Tina Boogren is featured throughout this  8-week class with research-based teachings on what motivates students.  Unlock the inspiration and learning in all your students!  This class will provide educators the opportunity to learn strategies, interact and share with other educators through group chats.

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REGISTER NOW FOR FALL CLASSES on the EDUCATIONAL HUB!

 

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NCEC Educational Hub Fall Classes

From our Director:

NCEC Staff, Superintendents and Principals are committed to working together through the pandemic crisis. We have had on-going meetings to collaborate as our NCEC schools are developing plans to provide innovative opportunities for learning for their students.

NCEC member schools are collectively making decisions that best meet the needs of our educators and students, and we will continue to meet, collaborate and share as we move forward.

Debby Marshall
NCEC Executive Director

 

 

North Central Education Cooperative is based in Bottineau and serves surrounding regional schools to provide educational services through a collaborative culture that creates successful learning environments.

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