The PAX Good Behaviour Game is a classroom based game which helps teach children vital self-regulation skills in a fun way that helps them today and in later life.
The first ever pilot of the PAX Good Behaviour Game in Irish classrooms took place from January to May 2015. It was brought to Ireland by Preparing for Life, Northside Partnership and the Midlands Area Partnership under the expert guidance of programme designer Dr Dennis Embry from the PAXIS Institute, Arizona. The initiative is funded … continue reading >
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The PAX Good Behavior Game is being used in Ireland by the Northside Partnership and The Midlands Partnership with the agreement of the PAXIS Institute. All teachers implementing the programme in the Northside Partnership and Midlands areas have been trained by staff from the PAXIS Institute and are licenced to use PAX GBG materials following this training. PAXIS Institute, located in Tucson, Arizona, may be contacted via www.paxis.org or www.goodbehaviourgame.org
21 teachers from DEIS schools in Dublin and the Midlands took part in the first pilot of the PAX Good Behaviour Game in Irish classrooms between January and May 2015. The evaluation was conducted by Professor Mark Morgan and Dr Margaret O’Donnell from St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra. continue reading >