Watch: Behavior Management Training that “Sticks” Webinar
July 20, 2022
Behavior Management That Sticks is a training model for program supervisors to utilize for staff training and coaching focused on guiding positive child and youth behaviors with a special focus on Behavior Management Systems, Interruptions, Picking Your Battles, and Meltdowns. During this webinar, Brandis Stockman, executive director of OST Training that Sticks reviewed the program and offered tips that OST supervisors can use to incorporate it into their summer learning programs.
“We're not talking about people just managing kids in the classroom. We're talking about guiding positive behaviors and staff really being able to instill skills in youth that they're going to be able to use moving forward,” said Stockman while introducing the model.
Throughout the program, Stockman offered scenarios where the training can make a difference and how supervisors can introduce the techniques during staff meetings.
Stockman was also a fellow of the National Afterschool Matters Fellowship, a one-year professional development and leadership training program hosted by NIOST at the Wellesley Centers for Women at Wellesley College and with funding from the Robert Bowne Foundation.