Following are resources for teachers and parents for teaching behaviors.
National Institute for Direct Instruction
The National Institute for Direct Instruction (NIFDI) is the world's foremost Direct Instruction (DI) support provider. This website provides information and resources for administrators, teachers and parents to help them maximize student achievement through DI.
Check out the vidoes!
American Psychological Association.
Behavior specialist also follow the guideline for behavior change, set forth by the American Psychological Association
Behavior Analyst Certification Board.
The BACB board post Ethics regarding changing behavior that all behavior specialist are required to follow.
Kahoot is so much fun. Create games and multiple choice quizes for your class to teach/reinforce behaviors. Kids love it. Divide class into teams and let competition take over. Students will be motivated to learn so their team can win. Have tons of fun. If you create an account, contact me and I will share the games I created.
New Jersey Positive Behavior Support
New Jersey PBS has resources for everything you need to support Tier 1 (classroom behavior management), Tier 2 (Individualized systems for students) and Tier 3 (a whole community approach.
This includes interview tools to conduct functional asseseement; secondary intervention including behavior education plans and tools to teach behaviors; and tools to create clear expectation.