Susan-Keith

Susan Keith

Susan Keith is a CPI Global Professional Instructor with over 15 years of experience teaching the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program. She is also a key contributor to CPI’s program development team.

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By Susan Keith | Posted on 03.05.2015 | with 0 comments
Because many kids with autism deeply value routine, daylight savings can be incredibly disruptive. But there are steps you can take to help a child adjust. Read more »
Check out this post about how you can get the resources and the tools to work successfully with individuals on the autism spectrum. Read more »
Here are some resources for educators and parents to help students adapt to the increased structure and new expectations that the school year brings—and ways to encourage positive behavior from the start. Read more »
By Susan Keith | Posted on 02.21.2012 | with 1 comments
Many of us have implemented school-wide PBIS in our buildings, but how many of us have considered extending these strategies to the school bus? Read more »
By Susan Keith | Posted on 01.11.2012 | with 0 comments
The Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework is made up of three areas of prevention: primary, secondary, and tertiary. This post is the final in a series of three, and examines the third level—tertiary prevention, or individualized support. Read more »
By Susan Keith, Michelle E. Martin | with 0 comments
Adults and kids relate to technology very differently. Here’s what you need to know about cyberbullying to help the kids in your care. Read more »
This post is the second in a series of three, and examines the second level of the Positive Behavioral Interventions Supports framework. Read more »
This post is the first in a series of three, and examines the first level of the Positive Behavioral Interventions Supports framework. Read more »
Respectful collaboration and consensus decision making among parents, family members, and staff are essential to the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) process. Within school settings in particular, parents play such a pivotal role within the team. And yet busy work schedules, a wealth of Precipitating Factors, and intimidatio... Read more »
This post is the second of three in a series that will address these key aspects to consider when developing Behavior Intervention Plans. Read more »
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