Beth Baker, M.S.Ed., is a teacher and advocate for students with special needs. During her twenty-plus years in education, Beth has taught in self-contained special education classrooms, implemented and coached PBIS teams, and worked as a behavior specialist. She was also a district program facilitator assisting staff with professional development around social-emotional learning and coaching them in supporting students with emotional-behavioral needs. Recently she has been teaching abroad and implementing PBIS at international schools. Beth loves creating positive paths to behavior change, whenever and wherever she can. She presents frequently on social-emotional learning and PBIS, both in the US and internationally. She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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