Presentation Title

S.T.O.I.C Classroom Managment

Presenter Information

Mark J. FyneweverFollow

Brief Biography

Mark Fynewever, M.S.W., joined the Georgia State PBIS Team in July 2014. Since 2008 Mark has worked as an Educational Systems Consultant for Berrien County School System in Michigan servicing 18 districts and 91 schools. In this position he has provided content development, technical assistance, training, and coaching for twenty plus schools implementing the PBIS/MTSS (Behavioral Multi Tiered Systems of Support) process in Berrien County. His primary mission has been to assist the participating schools in improving the culture and climate of their buildings. Prior to this role, he worked as a social worker for severely emotionally disturbed students at the Camelot Therapeutic Day School in Dekalb, Illinois. Mark earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in May of 2002 and a Masters of Social Work degree from Western Michigan University in 2007. Mark has received extensive training in MTSS, PBIS, coaching, and systems level change process through four years of involvement with the Michigan Behavior and Learning Support Initiative (MiBLSi). In May of 2009 Mark co-wrote the Positive Behavioral Supports Manual for Berrien County, MI.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Masters of Social Work

Presentation Abstract

All teachers want their students to be successful in both school and in life. However, difficult classroom behavior often drives teachers from the classroom. At the core of student success and teacher effectiveness is a strong classroom management plan. In this session participants will learn how to structure their classroom management under the S.T.O.I.C model. STOIC stands for Structure, Teach, Observe, Interact, and Correct. The STOIC model aligns directly with the core PBIS elements and can easily be adapted from classroom to classroom. It gives participants practical direction for developing a strong classroom management plan!

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Dec 3rd, 9:45 AM Dec 3rd, 10:45 AM

S.T.O.I.C Classroom Managment

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All teachers want their students to be successful in both school and in life. However, difficult classroom behavior often drives teachers from the classroom. At the core of student success and teacher effectiveness is a strong classroom management plan. In this session participants will learn how to structure their classroom management under the S.T.O.I.C model. STOIC stands for Structure, Teach, Observe, Interact, and Correct. The STOIC model aligns directly with the core PBIS elements and can easily be adapted from classroom to classroom. It gives participants practical direction for developing a strong classroom management plan!