Student Behavior Support Needs for Teachers
Your feedback is needed to assist the district team in providing better support for teachers as they deal with challenging behaviors in the classroom. Thank you for taking your time in completing this brief survey.
Which grade level do you teach?
Elementary Service Provider (APE, Speech-Language, DHH, VI)
When you have students with escalating and challenging behavior, who at your school site is able to help you? (Check all that apply.)
Which student behaviors do you find challenging?
Eloping (leaving the classroom)
Defiance (repeatedly refusing to follow directions or complete tasks)
Disruption (verbal outbursts that disrupt other students; walking around the classroom)
Which are the top two trainings that you would attend to help you with challenging student behavior?
Knowing when my students may need a behavior intervention plan
Understanding a teacher's role in implementing a behavior intervention plan
Learning about how trauma and mental health issue impact student behaviors
Targeted training on how to respond to verbal aggression
Targeted training on how to respond to eloping behavior (students leaving the classroom)
Target training on how to respond to physical aggression
Targeted training on how to respond to defiant behavior
Classroom management strategies
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