Shadowing to Prevent Challenging Behavior

What if there was a strategy that could help you prevent challenging behavior, build stronger connections with students, and create a safer classroom environment? Shadowing is an essential technique, and no teacher toolbox is complete without it.
1 Hour
Intended for educators working with 

This course will teach you:

  • When to use shadowing
  • How to shadow effectively (when you’re solo in the classroom or with your co-teachers)
  • How to use strengths-based language when you talk to families
  • Where shadowing fits within a comprehensive behavior support plan
  • And how to stop shadowing as challenging behavior improves
After this course, you will feel confident knowing you have the tools to stop challenging behaviors and keep all kids in your classroom safe.

Course Details
Shadowing to Prevent Challenging Behaviors

This course is a mix of:
 On-demand lessons with visuals including text, images, and videos 
Recorded audio narration with optional closed captioning
Engaging activities that support learning
IMPACT's online childcare courses are Merit STARS approved and provide evidence-based early childhood education training.
  • 1 Lesson

    • Shadowing


  • Intended for: Educators working with Toddler - Pre-K
  • May be applicable for: Educators working with children Kindergarten - 3rd grade
Certificate for 1 continuing education hours awarded upon completion of course and quiz

Course Access


All online on-demand IMPACT courses are accessible for 12 months after the date of purchase. 


Each course includes the English transcript of the narration and has closed captioning available in multiple languages.


Through Google widgets, our courses can be translated into many different languages. 

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