Managing Behavior: A Data Driven Approach

Managing Behavior: A Data Driven Approach

Lubbock, TX

Baker Conference Center: Lubbock Christian University


Managing Behavior . . .

is an ongoing challenge for anyone working with children! It seems that there is a new trend, or a new “pre-packaged” form of behavior management out every day. With all of the information out there, how do we really know what to use with the children we help? How do we know which behavior management techniques really work? Managing Behavior: A Data Driven Approach will cut through all of the new trends in behavior management, and identify what research and years of practice have proven effective. This workshop will present techniques and interventions that have been tested and proven with even the most severe behaviors. This workshop will equip you with strategies to use with all children, no matter the age, level, or exceptionality. 

A Data Driven Approach

One of the most difficult aspects of behavior management is knowing what is, and what is not effective. This workshop will present a data-driven model for assessing, tracking, and measuring student behavioral progress and outcomes. The knowledge you will come away with will give you the piece of mind to know if what you are doing with children is successful.


6 hour Social Work and Licensed Counselor CEUs available! (Texas State Board approved)


About the Presenters


Stephen N. Baldridge has extensive experience working with children with special needs. He has worked in various schools implementing behavioral interventions, training staff, and consulting with teachers and parents. Stephen’s doctoral work is in the field of social work, where he has researched childhood behavior, as well as the implementation of Behavioral Theory into educational settings. His publications include work in the area of childhood behavior, parenting, and at risk children.


D. Austin Harmon has years of experience working with students of all ages and abilities, but specializes in working with secondary students.  He has a Master’s Degree in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas and is a certified Special Education Teacher.  His work history includes parent training, developing programs for students with autism, developing behavior plans, and staff training in both positive behavior supports and managing crisis behavior.


Lynn Johnston has worked in the field of education for over 15 years. She has experience in both regular and special education classrooms, working with all age levels. Lynn has been working specifically within the frameworks of Applied Behavior Analysis for over ten years. Lynn has continually trained both regular and special education staff on all issues surrounding behavioral management and modification over her entire career.







REFUND INFORMATION: Refunds will be given in full if requested at least 14 days prior to event. Refunds will be refunded minus 50% fee if requested 2-13 days prior to event. Refunds will not be given within 24 hours of event. "No Shows" will not be given refund.

Note: attendees that register without payment are still subject to workshop fee unless notification is given within frame of time described above. 

Name Sales End Price
General Registration   Ended $60
Student registration   Ended $40
Group Registration (per person) Ended $50