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  • Stopping Disruptive Behavior

  • 1 Credit, K-12, Classroom Management, Instructional Strategies

Stopping Disruptive Behavior for  Charlotte County Public Schools support employees
Stopping Disruptive Behavior

This course will teach Charlotte County Public Schools learners effective strategies for both preventing and responding to disruptive behavior from K-12 students. Module 1 focuses on strategies that aim to prevent disruptive behavior from occurring at all. These strategies include establishing clear rules and procedures, and using positive reinforcement to emphasize behavioral expectations.

Module 2 focuses on strategies for responding to disruptive behavior if and when it does occur. These strategies include a five-step verbal technique designed to stop disruptive behavior in its tracks, as well as a range of other strategies for handling low-level disruptions. The course  for Charlotte County Public Schools teachers will also cover how to select and deliver effective consequences that encourage students to reflect on the disruptive behavior, and make better choices about their behavior in the future.

The final project of this course asks learners to create an action plan mapping out how to handle a common scenario of disruptive student behavior that they are currently experiencing or have frequently experienced in the past (and anticipate experiencing again).

To Enroll in a Course:

To inquire about eligibility for a prepaid course and obtain the CCPS prepaid enrollment code, please contact the David E. Gayler Professional Development Center:

For CAPE/In-Service Credit:

  • Once you have been issued a CCPS Prepaid Enrollment Code and enrollment instructions for your selected course(s), you may return to CE Credits Online Charlotte County Public Schools-Teacherspage and enroll in your self-paced online course(s) immediately.
  • Select your course and click “Add to Cart”
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  • If you are a new user, you will receive an automated email from Schoology with your initial eClassroom Sign In information.
  • You have 180 days from your enrollment date to complete your course.
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  • Important Note: Since CE Credits Online is a contracted course provider, you will also need to register for any CE Credits Online course in the CCPS MY PLC in order that in-service points can be credited to your personal transcript.
  • In the CCPS MY PLC, all online courses offered by CE Credits Online will begin with CE Credits Online… followed by the course title.
  • Selected courses available for CAPE credit will have "CAPE" in the course title.
  • CE Credits Online courses that are started by employees and not completed incur a cost to the school district. Repeated failure to complete coursework will result in this cost being passed on to the employee.
  • All CE Credits Online courses available for earning In-Service Credits are found under the Charlotte County Teacher PD Courses, list below. Specific courses are also designated for earning CAPE Credit and require a tuition payment to the district (see the chart below).

By enrolling in this course, please note that you are required to complete all course work off the clock (on your own personal time) and follow the requirements below:

Completing Your Course:

  1. Text and Videos: Carefully read the course information for understanding and watch all accompanying videos.
  2. Quizzes: Take all the quizzes, as these will help assess your understanding of the information. These quizzes are for self-evaluation of content.
  3. Reflective Journals: CCSP Teachers are required to submit their Reflection Journals in the course.
  4. Final Exam and End of Course Evaluation: The final exam is the last requirement of this course. An average of 70% is required to pass the course.
  5. Course Complete: Your course is complete when your course status has changed to “Course Complete.” You will receive your Certificate of Completion within 3 days.

For In-service Points and/or CAPE CEUs

  • All the courses listed can be used to obtain Charlotte County Public School In-service Points and/or CAPE CEUs.
  • Upon successful completion of your course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion for your records that will include the name of the course and number of professional development hours completed.
  • The Certificate of Completion is designed as a record that verifies that a professional development course was taken and passed.
  • Submit a copy of the Certificate of Completion from CE Credits Online to the Charlotte County Public Schools Professional Development Center via interoffice mail (pony system).

Graduate-Level Professional Development Credits

  • If you wish graduate-level professional development credits for your course, let us know via email,, as soon as you have completed your course.
  • Select the university from which you wish the graduate-level credits. Cost per credit is $55. We will send you instructions, and we will provide the selected university with the documentation necessary for you to receive an official transcript.
  • You must check with your district to ensure the credits received will meet your specific requirements. We will not be held responsible if your school, district or state does not accept the credits issued.

Stopping Disruptive Behavior