This new DVD inservice series is the ideal staff development tool, useful for individual, small group, staffwide, or college-credit applications. The format allows the learning process to be distributed across weeks, affording time to implement strategies and discuss outcomes.
Staff can work together to set up and implement an effective CHAMPS classroom management plan. Each lesson demonstrates effective, research-based practices to help your staff become more proactive and less reactive.
The series comes with a Facilitator's Manual.
The CHAMPS DVD Inservice Series encompasses the latest features in the second edition of CHAMPS:
Each session takes about 45 minutes to one hour to complete.
Today’s schools are facing issues of safety at an unprecedented rate. If we are to ensure safety in our schools, we must address the attitudes, behaviors, and procedures that affect it. Dr. Randy Sprick’s Safe & Civil Schools Series is a comprehensive collection of materials designed to help improve the safety and civility of schools, thus enhancing student learning. The series proposes the beliefs that students should be treated with respect, taught the skills and behaviors they need to succeed, and encouraged through positive interactions.
Communique, National Association of School Psychologists
The new CHAMPS DVD Inservice Series is a wonderful addition to the CHAMPS books we already use in a variety of courses to teach classroom management at Murray State University. We are in a digital age, and our students expect more than lecture and books to engage and stimulate their thinking about how they will handle a real classroom. The videos both supplement and complement the CHAMPS classroom management approach, with each chapter segmented into clips filled with positive, proactive, and practical tidbits that provide opportunities for interactive discussion. We love CHAMPS and how the DVDs bring CHAMPS to life.
—Pam Matlock, Lecturer/Education Coordinator, Murray State University and
Renee Campoy, Assistant Dean, College of Education, Murray State University