Positive Behavior Support Songs
Positive Behavior Support attempts to use a system to understand what feeds an individual behavior problem.
It aims to discover the purpose of a persons (or group of peoples) behaviors.
People act poorly because the action gets them something they want- attention, pleasure, alone time- whetever it may be that the misbehaving person wants.
The purpose may not be something that another person may understand, but it benefits the person doing the behavior.
Scott Perry’ Positive Behavior Support songs are designed to educate kids on what types of behaviors are appropriate. For many kids, clearly knowing the rules and expectations can help motivate them to behave well. In general, children enjoy doing what is expected of them. Many children however are more complicated.
Positive Behavior Support Methods
There are all sorts of ways to deal with behavior problems in a positive way. There are different strategies for different situations. Scott Perry’s Positive Behavior Support songs can be a good Music can be an important part of many of these methods. Here is a list of strategies you can use to alter an undesired behavior.
The main keys to creating a behavior management program include:
Songs for School Wide Positive Behavior Support
One thing that often times confuses children is an inconsistance
This is more effective than using a patchwork of behavioral management plans just for “problem children”.
Scott Perry’s Positive Behavior Support songs are designed to be used school wide for elementary schools. His songs are most appealing to kids from Kindergarten through 3rd grade but the principles learned from the songs should continue to be taught throughout a students time at school.
The lyrics of Scott’s Positive Behavior Support music talk about broad topics such as honesty, kindness and respect. Schools and teachers can take these broad topics and create more specific lesson plans based on them to help solve individual problems that they see in their students.