The PAX Good Behavior Game® is a powerful evidence-based practice, consisting of proven instructional and behavioral health strategies used daily by teachers and students in the classroom. This universal preventive approach not only improves classroom behavior and academics, but also provides a lifetime of benefits for every child by improving self-regulation and co-regulation with peers. Children, their families, teachers, and society benefit for decades as a result. Since 1999, PAX Good Behavior Game has been used in thousands of classrooms, in 38 states, Canada, Ireland, Estonia, Sweden and Australia. PAX GBG is the official Good Behavior Game® used at Johns Hopkins University for ongoing research.
PAX Tools is a collection of evidence-based, trauma-informed behavioral strategies for families and communities to promote the development of self-regulation of the children in their lives. Having access to PAX Tools helps families and other caregivers increase peace, productivity, health, and happiness, and reduce conflict. PAX Tools draws on decades of science to create strategies that support parents, youth workers, and other caring adults to create a nurturing environment that ultimately helps kids thrive!
Reward and Reminder
Reward & Reminder, a population-level intervention targeting whole communities, counties, or states, is designed to promote the community norm of not selling tobacco to minors.
By using rapid and public rewards recognition for clerks and retailers/outlets that do not sell tobacco to minors, Reward & Reminder aims to reduce illegal sales of tobacco, perceived access to tobacco, and tobacco use prevalence rates.