The Center is partnering with the University of Missouri for the evaluation of the Montana implementation of PAX Good Behavior Game. PAX is an evidence-based program consisting of behavioral health strategies delivered by teachers in the K-5 classroom setting. It promotes self-regulation, mental health, social and emotional learning, and substance use prevention, among other benefits.
The Center’s role is not only to evaluate the effectiveness of this program in Montana classrooms but also to support teachers, schools and communities to sustain PAX for more peace, productivity, happiness, and health.
Check out the slideshow of 5 items below:
- Slide Title: Missoula teacher with her Tootle Board Slide Caption:
- Slide Title: Do more, feel more board in the classroom Slide Caption:
- Slide Title: Tootle note from a student Slide Caption:
- Slide Title: Close up of a Tootle Board Slide Caption:
- Slide Title: See more, hear more board in the classroom Slide Caption:
Watch Carol's introduction to PAX video and learn about gaining an hour a day of instructional time simply by implementing ten evidence-based strategies.
Each stage (exploration, installation, initial implementation, full implementation, and sustainability) includes resources to support you moving forward as you carry out PAX in your school. To determine where your school is in its implementation of PAX explore these stages below by either clicking on the header image to access all the resources for each stage or the links below for the individual resources.
Meet the PAX team at the Center:
Alison, Kate, Carol, and Kim
The PAX Team