Dr. Embry IPS Talk October, 2016
Users registered with a PAXANDIA Code can go to the forum to download the power point complete with videos.
Dr. Jason Fruth at Contact
Dr. Fruth gives a powerful set of examples of how PAX GBG works to teach self-regulation in the early years, and how those early years translate into the long-term results of PAX GBG in reducing serious crime, addictions and other social problems. View original video here: http://bit.ly/JasonatContact
Jean Brady, Tecumseh Elementary
Prinicipal Brady talks about clip charts in her school. You'll be surprised what she did about them!
Steve Kandel, Saville Elementary
Ever been told "I can't do this behavioral thing. I have teaching to do!" Listen to what Principal Kandel has to say about that!
Approaches to large-scale, sustainable implementation of evidence-based practices
Dr. Dennis Embry, president of the PAXIS Institute, expounds on entrepreneurial approaches to large-scale implementations of evidence-based practice, including the success of his world-renown Good Behavior Game.
Where have all the poppies gone?
In the midst of a heroin epidemic that killed 112 people last year in Ocean County, and about 1000 in NJ; a leading newspaper headlined Dozens hospitalized by new drug (Spice-K2). This was a reaction to the demand for MORE drug education in schools about this latest threat.
Trillium Health Good Behavior Game
Thank you Trillium Healthcare and Bethel School District for being leaders in implementing the PAX Good Behavior Game in the context of healthcare prevention. You are correct about PAX GBG spreading like wildfire in Oregon as people see the immediate benefits.
The Pax Good Behavior Game in Action
A video of a 1st grade class playing the Pax Good Behavior Game at Utica Elementary in Utica, Ohio. Posted by Our Futures.
Pax-It On! Our Futures Family Breakfast
The Vice Principal of Granville High School, Matt Durst, talks about Licking County's experience with Pax-It Notes.