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In kindergarten and sometimes the first grade, the coach can instruct students simply to draw a picture of themselves being a PAX Leader in school on a blank piece of paper or provide them with a copy of My Most Wonderful School (Appendix J) and have them draw a picture of the most wonderful school . In older grades, it may be helpful to instruct students to write a few sentences and/or draw a picture that shows them being a PAX Leader in school or provide them with a copy of The Greatest Classroom (Appendix K) and have them draw a picture or write a few sentences about the greatest classroom.
Coach: You’re absolutely right! It helps keep students interested in the Game when you change things around. What are your thoughts about what’s going well with the Game right now? (Elicit teacher perspective about strengths) Teacher: Well, the teams are winning most of the Games, so we’ve increased the length of the time we play. That’s been making it a little bit harder, but the students are still doing really well. Coach: Great! That’s exactly how it should be going. (Praise) Over time, the Game gets longer and hopefully the students get better at PAX and inhibiting Spleems.
Before modeling the Game, explain to the teacher what you are going to do as the coach and provide the teacher with a structure for observation. Provide the teacher with a copy of Ten Easy Steps for Playing a Successful Game (Appendix I) with students as well as a copy of the Good Behavior Game Modeling Checklist (Appendix A). Using the Good Behavior Game Modeling Checklist, teachers are able to make notes about each element of the Game the coach demonstrates when modeling. Set the stage for the Game by delivering Lesson 6 (Introducing the PATHS to PAX GBG).
A step-by-step guide for coaching classroom teachers in evidence-based interventions by Dana D. Marchese et al.