All posts by Hal Holloman and Peggy Yates

Hal Holloman and Peggy Yates are the authors of “What Do You Say When…? Best Practice Language for Improving Student Behavior”
Peggy Yates has over 30 years of experience in the field of education including positions as an elementary and middle school teacher, district-level curriculum director, and higher education administrator. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor at East Carolina University where she teaches elementary education methods courses in classroom management, curriculum and early literacy.

With experience in elementary, middle, and high schools as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, and principal, Hal Holloman loves school and currently serves as an associate professor of Educational Leadership at East Carolina University. He teaches in the principal preparation program at ECU and provides coaching support for new school leaders throughout eastern North Carolina.

Positive Behavior Intervention and Support: Words of Unity

What does Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) sound like in the classroom? What can we say to our students to create a positive classroom climate of unity and collaboration? What Best Practice Language (BPL) can we use?

PBSEverythingElem5Teachers should consider using Words of Unity when they want to create a positive classroom climate of unity and collaboration.…