If you're an educator, you know how tough it can be to help a behaviorally challenging student. And you may also recognize that the school discipline program and zero tolerance policies aren't making things any better (for anyone). Fortunately, you're in the right place! You'll want to start with The Walking Tour...it's going to guide you through the three components of the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) model, as described in Dr. Ross Greene's books Lost at School and Lost & Found. The model has dramatically reduced discipline referrals, detentions, and suspensions in lots of schools. But it's also a great technology for giving all your students practice at some very important skills. After the tour, check out all the other helpful resources in this section.
Take the Walking Tour: Through audio programming and demonstration videos, we'll walk you through the basics of the CPS model and help you fundamentally change how you go about dealing with behavioral challenges in your school and classroom. Your role is going to change: you're won't be in the "behavior modification" business anymore, you'll be in the problem solving business instead. If you're ready to get started, click here. And if you need help along the way, click here.
Join In: If you're looking for something more interactive, participate in our Facebook discussion group for educators...click here for that.
Listen In: Tune in to our web-based radio program Helping Behaviorally Challenging Students, which airs on the first Monday of every month (September through May). On this program, Dr. Greene is joined by four principals who have implemented the CPS model in their buildings in the U.S. and Canada. You'll also hear from educators in other buildings all over the world who are on the journey to treating kids in ways that are more compassionate and effective. Click here
Take the Survey: See if your school's discipline practices are in line with what we now know about why students exhibit challenging behavior by taking the School Discipline Survey...then let us know if you need our help!
Write In: If you're interested in sharing your own hurdles, doubts, challenges, and/or breakthroughs -- in writing -- the Tell Your Story page is the place to do it.
See More: Want to hear from other educators and staff who've been changing things for the better in their schools and facilities? Check out the Voices section.
Learn More: Do you prefer getting your info live, in person, from the originator and his colleagues? Check out the Workshops/Training page...there are lots of different training options to meet your specific needs.
Sneak Preview: Prefer to dip your toe in the water before jumping in? Read a one-page summary of the CPS model...just click here.