Welcome to another issue of our TaSDi-PBS newsletter! In this newsletter, you can find more information about the SWPBS approach as it has been implemented in Croatia, as well as a case study of Croatia.
Welcome to another issue of the TaSDi-PBS newsletter! In this newsletter, you can read more about the implementation of the TaSDi-PBS project in the contexts of Cyprus and Greece, as well as find more information about the SWPBS Conference that tool place in Cyprus..
In this newsletter, you can find more information about the SWPBS approach as it has been implemented in The Netherlands and Spain, as well as a case study of The Netherlands.
CARDET was invited to present at a school staff meeting of the 26th Elementary School-Tricherousa in Limassol on October 30th 2017.
Within the framework of the European Conference of the ComBus project, CARDET conducted an in-service teacher workshop on school discipline and social skills instruction. Participants included teachers, school leaders, parents, academic faculty, and university students. The event took place on the 22nd September 2017 at the University of Nicosia and attracted the interest of many stakeholders.
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The second Transnational Partner meeting of the TaSDi-PBS project was held in Rethymnon (Crete) during March 30-31, 2017. The main outcomes of the meeting were to present main interview and survey outcomes of teacher and principal views on student behavior discipline across five countries (Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Spain, Netherlands)..
The TaSDi-PBS project is funded by the ERASMUS+ Key Action 2 and it purports to establish early steps of the School-Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) framework. To this end, CARDET conducted an intensive two-day teacher training to prepare school leadership teams to design the eight components of the SWPBS Tier 1 (universals) prevention..