public education, positive behavior support, peaceable schools, symposium
This symposium highlights Peaceable Schools, a University-Public School Partnership currently underway in Utah County. Peaceable Schools is a prevention and intervention model for public schools K-12. This project uses Positive Behavior Support principles, which are based on the application of applied behavior analysis, focusing on the promotion of pro-social skills in the public schools. Peaceable Schools uses a positive teaching model to school-based discipline. It attempts to create and build a school culture that communicates explicit, positive expectations for students through posting school rules and consistently promoting positive behavior, rather than reacting in a punitive manner to students’ inappropriate behaviors.
Original Publication Citation
Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Park City, UT. (April 26)
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Caldarella, Paul and Young, K. Richard, "Peaceable Schools: Bringing Positive Behavior Support into Utah Public Education" (2006). Faculty Publications. 1284.
David O. McKay School of Education
Center for Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling
© 2006 Paul Caldarella et al.
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