How To Write and Implement a Comprehensive Positive Discipline Program: A Guide for School Personnel

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How To Write and Implement a Comprehensive Positive Discipline Program: A Guide for School Personnel
by Rachel Jenkins Montford, Ed.D.

How to Write and Implement a Comprehensive, Positive Discipline Program: A Guide for School Personnel is the first published book of its kind. This instructional book shows school personnel how to write a program that will enable them to organize, plan, implement, and monitor a comprehensive discipline program that leads to students academic success, attendance improvement, and positive behavior and attitude.

The author used the Comprehensive Positive Discipline Plan she wrote for her doctoral program to help her create the PBIS program guide, which is a reward model plan based on B.F. Skinners theory. The successful result of using the plan in her study inspired the author to write this instructional book so other school personnel can benefit throughout the world.

Based on the research and theory used, this instructional book is a simple guide that can be used to help school personnel create a positive behavior program for the classrooms and other areas within the school building. The author believes this book can empower school personnel and enhance their knowledge for ultimate improvement in any area for which they are experiencing difficulties.

About the Author

Dr. Rachel J. Montford resides in Fort Washington, Maryland. She holds a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University, Florida; a Master of Science (MS) in Guidance and Counseling from Bowie State University, Maryland; and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Urban Studies from the University of the District of Columbia.

Dr. Montford started her career in the Human Resource Management field where she was an assistant director of Human Resources for twelve years. Thereafter she was employed as an educator in the public school system for ten years. She also served as an Adjunct Professor at Strayer University. Dr. Montford recently became the Director of Education at her church. In that capacity, she is responsible for providing educational services to church members and the community.

Dr. Montford is the President and CEO of the Montford Consultation Firm, LLC and the Learn for Life Education Center, Inc. She ensures that quality educational management services are provided to individuals who are in need of achieving academic stability, career advancement, and social growth and development.

(2012, paperback, 30 pages)