Resources for Teaching Remotely
The Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (CCBD) is committed to providing resources (tools, links, documents, materials, etc.) for the needs of students with behavioral challenges and the parents, teachers, and stakeholders who work with them.
Even before the current state of the country and culture, CCBD has always strived to provide support and resources to the individuals who work with and have a passion for the population of children, teens, and young adults who sometimes struggle with behavior. This page is dedicated to support CCBD members and non-members alike in providing the best opportunities and outcomes for all students regardless age, grade, or background. As a result of COVID-19, social distancing, and distance learning at home, there is an ever increasing need for good resources for teaching and learning. CCBD would like to encourage the use of the below resources in that endeavor. CCBD invites parents, teachers, and stakeholders to use the resources provided and to remember to be safe; be well; and stand together as we stand apart.
BehaviorNow! (CCBD Podcast)
Episode: #1 (March 2020)
Guest: Dan Maggin (hosted by: Brian Barber & Benjamin Riden)
Title: Clarifying Evidence-based Practices for Children with Behavior Problems
This was the inaugural episode of BehaviorNow! Subsequent episodes will be made available to CCBD Members only.
Behavioral Disorders (BDH) Podcast (A SAGE Podcast)
Guest: Keith Smolkowski, Erik J. Girvan, & Kent Mcintosh (hosted by: Shayna Citrenbaum)
Title: Vulnerable Decision Points for Disproportionate Office Discipline Referrals: Comparisons of Discipline for African American and White Elementary School Students
Discussion of article published in Behavioral Disorders: "Vulnerable Decision Points for Disproportionate Office Discipline Referrals: Comparisons of Discipline for African American and White Elementary School Students."
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(Additional webinars available to CCBD Members under the Multimedia tab)
Literacy Interventions for Students with Challenging Behaviors (May 2020)
Bill Therrien (University of Virginia)
Adventures in Behavior
Academic & Behavioral Corner [ABC Series]