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PAX Good Behavior Game
Based on a strategy developed by a classroom teacher 40 years ago, the PAX Game involves student teams "competing against" each other to earn rewards for refraining from disruptive, inattentive, or aggressive behavior. Published studies have shown that use of this model results in:
  • Decreased classroom disruptions
  • A greater number of students fully engaged in
  • Decreased referrals and suspensions
  • More time for teaching and learning

How to play the PAX game


Implementing PAX Good Behavior Game in your School
For information about partnering with Contact to implement PAX Good Behavior Game in your school, send an email to Susan VanCamp, svancamp@contactsyracuse.org or call 315-251-1400 ext. 122.


Resources
For videos of Pax-GBG go to:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdBFa-g2Qts
http://paxis.org/news/videos

PAX Good Behavior Game, from Paxis Institute, is officially included on the U.S. National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices. For more information go to www.goodbehaviorgame.org .

For more about the long-term benefits of PAX-GBG, go to The Good Behavior Game and the Future of Prevention and Treatment and improved mental health.


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