Where Make Me! and Understanding Youth are being used
In Middle and High School Professional Development Initiatives:
- For example, the Boston Teacher Residency Program (BTR) has adopted Make Me! to guide teachers as they build, analyze, and improve their classroom management procedures.
- See this link for an overview of the work BTR is doing.
- BTR has produced a graphic organizer to help educators see and use student resistance productively.
- They've created a "what to look for" guide to help teachers see what's happening in the classroom.
- They've identified a list of "resistance-busting strategies" teachers can use to channel student behaviors into more productive activities.
- And they've created a form to track various forms of student resistance and the approaches educators use to respond to it
- A high school principal in Virginia has adapted Make Me! and one of Dr. Toshalis's recent articles for Educational Leadership to orient his school's faculty toward more productive responses to student (mis)behavior.
In Teacher, Counselor, and School Psychologist Graduate Preparation Programs, including:
- Michigan State University (sample tweets from my appearance there: 1, 2, 3)
- Harvard Graduate School of Education
- University of Pennsylvania
- University of Minnesota
- Temple University
- Boston College
- California State University Channel Islands
- Emory University
- University of South Florida
- University of Pittsburgh
- Indiana University
- University of South Carolina
- University of Georgia
Regions Where Make Me and Understanding Youth are being Sold and Used: