A well-managed learning environment is the foundation for positive relationships and academic success!


Behavior Management Institute: Team Applications NOW OPEN!

Tier 1 | February 18th and Tier 2 | February 19th - from 8:30 to 4:00

Offered as an interactive webinar!

In Tier 1 participants will explore:

  • Building Rapport and Relationships
  • Creating and Teaching Consistent and Effective Expectations
  • Acknowledging Positive Behavior and Providing Effective Feedback
  • Implementing Consistent and Predictable Consequences

In Tier 2 Participants will explore:

  • The importance of creating positive learning environments
  • Trauma: what it is, the prevalence, the impact
  • Trigger and the escalation cycle
  • Trauma-sensitive classroom practices

Application Deadline is Friday December 18, 2020.

More Information

BMI 2021 Information


     Tier 1: February 18, 2021 | 8:30AM - 4:00PM

     Tier 2: February 19, 2021 | 8:30AM - 4:00PM

Location: Both tiers will be offered in an interactive webinar format.

Individual Registration Cost: $50 (payment will be due at time of registration)

Training Information: Dr. Katie Azevedo, along with the Idaho Out-of-School Network, has designed the Behavior Management Institute (BMI) to provide research based strategies to providers serving all ages of youth in an out-of-school time setting.

A well-managed learning environment is the foundation for positive relationships and academic success!

Team Information: The training is intended to be a team-approach to behavior management and although it is recommended to have individuals attend from the same program/site location for an immersive experience, it is open to any combination of providers that identify as a team.

Tiers: There are 2 Tiers to choose from:

     1. Behavior Management 101 - for teams just starting their behavior management journey.

     2. Trauma Informed Practices - for teams that have already taken Behavior Management 101*

*A team is welcome to take Tier 1 and then advance to Tier 2 on the following day but you will need a separate team application. One application for each day.



Increasing Idaho’s student achievement through creating an integrated system of sustainable support at the school level to meet every student’s needs.
The purpose of the new Center is to improve the capacity of schools to establish, scale-up, and sustain the PBIS framework to (a) scale up tier 2 and 3 systems to improve outcomes for students with or at-risk for disabilities, (b) enhance school climate and school safety, and (c) improve conditions for learning to promote the well-being of all students.


The Idaho Positive Behavior Network, in partnership with the Idaho Out-of-School Network, held its first annual Behavior Management Institute on February 27 and 28, 2020 at Boise State University.

In this webinar participants will learn more about the Idaho Out-of-School Behavior Management Institute. Who is it for, who can attend, and how to apply.