Classroom Management:

Linking Behavioral & Instructional Practices (In-Person)

Please join the Allegheny Intermediate Unit's Training and Consultation Team (TaC) for this in-person training series.

Utilizing effective teaching principles and classroom management strategies when designing and delivering instruction can lead to the reduction of a large number of supervision issues. This comprehensive classroom management training will allow participants to explore the six Evidenced-Based Practices of Classroom Management and how they can be used to design an effective classroom management plan. Practical strategies, tips, and basic procedures that teachers can use to make favorable modifications in their students’ behavior will be shared throughout the training.

Intended Audience: K-12 General Education Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Behavior Specialists, First Year Educators, and Administrators

Educators who work for LEAs in the AIU3 region will have priority registration.

  • There is no cost for this training
  • ACT 48 hours available upon completion of the training series
  • In-Person Sessions: Participants must attend all 3 in-persons sessions

Reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate individuals who have special needs as addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act and who need assistance at this event. Contact: Traci Seibert

In-Person Sessions

Participants must attend all 3 in-persons sessions.

February 3, 2022 (8:30AM-3:30PM)

Day 1: Overview of Behavior, Physical Environment, Teaching Classroom Matrix

February 24, 2022 (8:30AM-3:30PM)

Day 2: Active Supervision, Encouraging Appropriate Behavior, Engagement and Opportunities to Respond

March 10, 2022 (8:30AM-3:30PM)

Day 3 - Continuum of Responses to Inappropriate Behaviors, Increasing Frequency, Duration, and Intensity for Targeted Students

This will register you for all 3 dates.

Registration Link:

Contact Information:

Training Content Questions:

Christina Frazier

Carrie Frohnapfel

Crystal Vogtsberger

Registration Questions:

Traci Seibert