Crane/Reynolds, Inc. - Behavior Management and Intervention Program Development for School Districts
 

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C/R Workshops (available without Service Proposals)

School systems can also contract for specific workshops and trainers' training without a program development proposal for the following workshop materials:

  1. Developing Effective Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) based on The Source Book, 3rd Edition: IDEA & 504 Behavior Intervention Plans for Students with Behavior Problems. The Source Book, 3rd Edition is available without training.
     
  2. Discipline as an Educational Strategy based on the discipline strand of information from The Source Book, 3rd Edition: IDEA & 504 Behavior Intervention Plans for Students with Behavior Problems.
     
  3. C/R Social Skills Strategies based on the C/R Social Skills Strategies Series for Student with Behavior Disorders materials. Training can include one or more levels of the series.  The C/R Social Skills Strategies Series for Student with Behavior Disorders will be available for purchase during the Fall, 2013

 
BIP Training Options:

Developing Effective Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs)

based on The Source Book, 3rd Edition: IDEA & 504 Behavior Intervention Plans for Students with Behavior Problems.  Crane/Reynolds, Inc. provides three (3) options for training your staff in Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs). Please review the following information to see which option is best for your system:
 

  • BIP Workshop (1 day training): This workshop is directed to teachers, supervisors, behavior consultants, diagnosticians, psychologists, social workers and other support staff. Areas addressed include: FBAs, behavior goals, objectives (if needed), target behaviors for classroom management plans, classroom management plans, and individualized discipline options. Forms for information-gathering, suggested procedures for BIP development and BIP forms are included in the workshop materials. Participants develop all components of the BIP based upon student assessment and IEP information. Forms are released for modification with permission.
     
  • BIP Workshop + Discipline Component Development (2 day training): This 2-day series includes the information from the 1-day training (above) to teachers & support staff plus intensive training for administrators and support staff in discipline options for individual students & campuses. Development of discipline procedures, options and forms with modifications for BIPs from C/R’s prototypes will be addressed during the workshop.
     
  • BIP Trainers Training; Adds 1 day of Trainers Training to either of the above options. For school systems who wish to use C/R workshop materials for on-going staff training, C/R can train designated personnel to become trainers. Participants are provided scripts, presentation materials & handout materials.
     

Discipline as an Educational Strategy

based on the discipline strand of information from The Source Book, 3rd Edition: IDEA & 504 Behavior Intervention Plans for Students with Behavior Problems.  Workshop information is designed for Administrators and Support Staff involved in the discipline of students with special needs.
 

  • Discipline as an Educational Strategy (1 day): This workshop is directed to administrators and support staff. Areas addressed include legal issues effecting the discipline process for student with disabilities, discipline data review, BIP components, individualized discipline options & model forms. Participants develop all components of the contingency plan for discipline options with emphasis on individualizing the campus-based discipline strategies for students. Forms are release with permission for modification.
     

Social Skills Strategies for Students with Behavior Disorders:

  • Social Skills Strategies: (1 day training):  This workshop is directed to teachers, supervisors, behavior consultants, diagnosticians, psychologists, social workers and other support staff.  Areas addressed include social skills strategies in the areas of communication, responsibility, assertiveness, problem-solving and employability.  Strategies include an effective design model for group and individualized instruction to students, coping skills, interaction skills, goal-setting & problem-solving skills and decision-making skills.  Focus of the training is to give participants “hands-on” experience through mini-lectures, demonstrations, role-plays and teaching situations.
     

Social Skills Series Materials Price List

Materials are not included in the workshop fee and must be purchased separately. Curriculum and workbook costs will be made available when revisions are completed.

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Crane/Reynolds, Inc.

Behavior Management and Intervention Program Development for School Districts
9337 B. Katy Freeway #327 Houston, TX  77024-1515
Phone: (713) 984-0688
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