IRIS Center published new modules
Will readers take advantage of these fine resources?
The IRIS Center at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University announced its release of two IRIS Modules focused on challenging behaviors at the secondary level. The new ones add to a substantial stable of modules cover divers topics, including others about behavior, academic instruction, fundamental concepts, and other topics as well.
These new modules resulted from collaboration with the Comprehensive, Integrated Three-Tiered Model of Prevention (Ci3T) and with Peabody’s Applied Behavior Analysis Program.
Addressing Challenging Behaviors (Part 1, Secondary): Understanding the Acting-Out Cycle
Addressing Challenging Behaviors (Part 2, Secondary): Behavioral Strategies
IRIS Modules use a consistent structure to introduce and explain a concept or practice, provide links to resources about the topic. They often include video and interactive elements.
I encourage readers to review these two new modules and then use the site map in the footer to find a listing of all (> 60!) the modules. Happy studying!
Visit the IRIS Centers’ home page and learn more about it.
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