Benefits for Teachers
In GBG classrooms there is less off-task and aggressive behavior which means that teachers dedicate more time to instruction.
Benefits for Students
Students who play the GBG are less likely to need behavioral services, less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, and have lower suicide and depression.
Integrates into School Day
Teachers use GBG during the regular school day. It does not compete with instructional time and seamlessly integrates into the school day.
The AIR Approach to Training & Support
The AIR approach to implementing GBG is grounded in research on adult learning and professional development. We provide a comprehensive, hands-on approach to training: group-based teacher and coach trainings, on-site coaching, and program oversight to help teachers achieve positive results.
“The Good Behavior Game had a huge impact on my students’ work ethic. Through the implementation of the Good Behavior Game, I saw my students become more independent in their work and they were more productive because of the structure put in place. I’m excited to continue with it this year!”
Second Grade TeacherTruesdell Education Campus, Washington, DC
Good Behavior Game Coaching Process
Teacher and coach record data.
Teacher and coach review GBG data.
Apply strategies in classrooms.
Teacher and coach share data.
Our goal is to build local capacity to scale up and sustain GBG by training local personnel to become GBG coaches.
The end-goal is for all teachers to sustain GBG in their classroom without further coaching support; to become self-directed users.
Meet the Team
Our GBG Team represents the integration of research and technical assistance. Our team of experts delivers high quality trainings and ongoing support for implementation that are tailored to the needs of teachers, schools, and districts.
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