Adapting Instruction to Reduce Unwanted Behavior


  • Develop lessons and activities that will reduce problem behaviors
  • Analyze methods for leveraging your instruction to correct behavior


We often look at behavior as something that needs to be addressed before instruction can occur. Research shows that with the right instructional tools, we can limit those unwanted behaviors that interrupt the learning process. Educators in this course will examine dozens of research based strategies to address behavior through instruction. Each educator in this course will focus on specific behaviors from their classes and will utilize research based strategies for overcoming these barriers to learning.

Graduate Credits

MidAmerica Nazarene University

Course Number: CRN-5022
You can earn 3 Graduate Level Credits ($120) from MidAmerica Nazarene University for this course.Select “Open Enrollment” as the credit type when adding the course to your cart. Directions for registering with MidAmerica Nazarene can be found here.

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**To earn graduate level credit, participants will need to complete an additional graduate level assignment**


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