ProW research team had the pleasure and honour to host a constructive online meeting with a pioneer in the field of Positive Behavior Support, Dr. Tim Lewis from the University of Missouri, USA. Tim Lewis is an expert in the domain of Positive Behavior Support (PBS), with solid experience of more than 15 years in applied research. He has made substantial contributions to the development of the existing literature. His specialty areas also include social skill instruction and functional assessment.
During the online meeting Dr. Tim Lewis talked about the importance of Promoting Teachers Wellbeing through Positive Behavior Support in Early Childhood Education (ProW) by utilizing Positive Psychology and School Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS). Positive Behavior Support in early childhood education is based on evidence-based policies and practices that aim to enhance the teaching profession and elevate teachers’ careers and capacities in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) settings.
The team discussed about the project which is currently implemented in collaboration with 11 organizations in Cyprus, Greece, Romania, and Portugal. Dr. Lewis shared his views about the importance of teachers’ and students’ perceptions alignment regarding the behavioral problems in schools. Additionally, he gave his input and suggestions regarding the significance of the framework’s application at schools. Our research team and coaches raised several inquiries to the professor regarding the best practices and the exploration of datasets and he addressed them by providing valuable real life examples, illustrations and practical suggestions.
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