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    With over 100 years of experience, we have created resources to help you through the school year. These resources put Boys Town’s research-proven child-care methods to work in a variety of educational formats — making learning opportunities for both students and staff.

    Teaching love through positive self-talk
    Lesson Plans
    Code Switching
    Disagreeing Appropriately
    Teaching Love Through Positive Self Talk
    Accepting 'No' For An Answer - Elementary
    Asking Permission – Secondary
    Making an Apology – Elementary
    Appropriate Voice Tone
    Sharing
    Listening & Following Instructions – Elementary
    Showing Empathy – Elementary
    Having a Conversation
    Initiating a Conversation
    Accepting a Consequence
    Asking for Help
    Accepting Compliments
    Webinar Videos
    Connecting Mental Health & Spiked Behavior
    Preparing for the New School Year
    Implementing a Behavior Management Model with Success
    Hope for 2022
    The American Rescue Plan Act - Let's Plan
    Social Skill Teaching: Takes Practice for BOTH Students and Teachers
    Staying on Course: Avoiding Detours When Addressing Behavior
    You Know It's Going to Happen: Correcting Negative Behavior
    Managing & Engaging Learners in All Environments - What Works in the Classroom Works Anywhere
    Prompting & Promoting Positive Behavior
    Connecting with Parents
    Creating Calm in the Classroom
    Trauma-Sensitive Strategies: Practical Strategies to Support Staff and Students
    Positive Alternatives to Suspension
    Trauma-Sensitive Strategies: The Boys Town Approach
    You're Hired: Connecting SEL & Career Readine
    Restorative Justice & Social Skills: A Recipe for Success
    Effective Correction
    If You Can Predict It, You Can Plan for it
    Expedition Literacy: a Solution for Late-Emerging Readers & Students At-Risk
    Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports & the Boys Town Education Model
    Zero Tolerance: a Look at History, Impact & Alternatives
    Positive Alternatives to Suspension
    Improving Classroom Behavior: Expectations, Tolerances & Consequences
    Leading in Times of Change: Using Coaching & Consultation to Achieve Your Goal
    Downloadable Activities
    Stay Calm Plan & Worksheet
    Positive Learning Environment Poster
    SODAS Worksheet
    Safety Plan
    Social Skills Posters
    Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Safe Poster
    Classroom Auction Resources
    Reach your Goals
    Social Skill Mediation Essay
    Class Motto
    Learning to Stay Calm
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    Teaching social skills to students is the foundation for achievement and success. It is as necessary as academics.
    Matt Williams, Assistant Principal, Phoenix AZ, Boys Town Partner since 2011
    The Well-Managed Schools training was helpful, interactive and engaging!
    Teacher, Goff Jr. High School, Pawtucket RI
    The WMS philosophy is great! It will definitely help reduce unwanted/inappropriate behaviors that students are exhibiting at a high rate since they returned from the pandemic/virtual learning.
    Educator, Ysleta Independent School District, El Paso, TX

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