Classroom and Behavior Management Help Site for Teachers Expands Free Services to Educators
Youth Change's Problem Student Problem-Solver Classroom and Behavior Management site has expanded free services for teachers who need help managing defiant, truant, unmotivated and oppositional students.
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August 16, 2007 (FPRC) -- Youth Change Workshops announces it has expanded its free expert help services for teachers, counselors, juvenile court workers, principals, and others who serve unmotivated, violent, truant, misbehaved, delinquent, and problem students. The free help areas are offered as a community service. Youth Change is a longtime national provider of professional development workshops and inservice training to schools, conferences, and agencies. Among the new additions to the web site, youth workers can now find dozens of education articles (http://www.youthchg.com/education.html) listing specific strategies to manage problem behaviors in the classroom. Also new, youth professionals can post questions to the new Classroom Management Q & A Forum for Teachers (http://www.youthchg.com/violence.html), and receive extensive expert input. The expanded Solution Center (http://www.youthchg.com/answers.html) now has thousands of specific strategies for many classroom behavior problems including poor motivation, defiance, peer conflict, work refusal, bad attitudes, disrespect, absenteeism, truancy, and more. Live Expert Help (http://www.youthchg.com/help.html) remains available as a free service to U.S. youth professionals.
For educators and youth professionals needing more extensive help, Youth Change will offer two day workshops beginning in October. These workshops, entitled Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth, are scheduled to run throughout fall in Portland, OR; Seattle, WA; Austin, TX; St. Louis, MO, and Phoenix, AZ. For information on these professional development inservice workshops, visit http://www.youthchg.com/live.html or contact Youth Change at 503-982-4220.
Send an email to Ruth Wells of Youth Change Classroom Management Professional Development Workshops
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