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About the Author

Author Info

DAN MADES IS A FATHER, EDUCATOR, AND AUTHOR THAT HAS BEEN WORKING WITH SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS FOR THE LAST 14 YEARS IN THE ANOKA HENNEPIN SCHOOL DISTRICT. DAN GRADUATED FROM BETHEL IN 2004 WITH A DEGREE IN SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION. BY 2007 DAN HAD GONE BACK TO BETHEL TO EARN HIS MASTERS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. DAN HOLDS TEACHING LICENSES IN THE AREA OF SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION (5-12), EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOR DISORDERS (K-12), AND ACADEMIC BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST (K-12).

SO FAR DAN’S CAREER PATH IN EDUCATION HAS ALLOWED HIM TO WORK IN THE AREA OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AT THE ELEMENTARY, MIDDLE, AND HIGH SCHOOL LEVELS. DURING THIS TIME DAN WORKED IN THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS: SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER, EBD CASE MANAGER AND TEACHER, EBD CENTER-BASED TEACHER, BUILDING BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION SPECIALIST, LEAD SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER, AND ESY SITE COORDINATOR.

DAN HAS PASSION FOR STUDENTS WHO STRUGGLE WITH BEHAVIORS. WHAT HE WANTS MOST IS FOR EVERY STUDENT WHO STRUGGLES WITH THEIR BEHAVIORS IS TO HAVE ACCESS TO A SYSTEM WHERE THEY HAVE A FAIR OPPORTUNITY TO GROW INTO THEIR BEST SELF. THESE STUDENTS OFTEN GET LABELED IN UNFAIR WAYS, YET NOT ALWAYS GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN HOW TO BEHAVE BETTER. THAT IS WHY DAN HAS CREATED THE EXPECTATIONS BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. IT IS A BOOK WRITTEN WITH THE PURPOSE TO PROVIDE EVERY SCHOOL A SCOPE AND SEQUENCE TO CREATE A SCHOOL WIDE BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OTHERWISE KNOWN AS A MULTI-TIERED SYSTEM OF SUPPORT, FOR THOSEWHO STRUGGLE MOST. THIS SYSTEM WAS CREATED FOR THE PURPOSE OF CREATING A “PREVENT FIRST” CULTURE WITHIN EACH BUILDING IT IS USED IN.

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