PAX Good Behavior Game


What is the PAX Good Behavior Game?

The PAX Good Behavior Game® (PAX GBG) is a school-based, classroom preventative intervention used by educators to teach self-regulation. PAX GBG is not a set of lessons or a curriculum, but strategies teachers use throughout their day to build students’ behavioral skills and stamina for focused attention and on-task behavior.

Longitudinal research by Johns Hopkins University has shown that students who received PAX Good Behavior Game are more likely to experience success in school and have significantly improved lifetime outcomes

About PAX GBG Self-Paced Online Training

The PAX GBG Self-paced Online Training guides participants through each step of the training on their own schedule. The course can be completed in 6-8 hours and instructs participants on how to implement the evidence-based practice in their classrooms during normal instruction. This asynchronous online training allows participants two weeks to complete the course at any time on their own.

Resources for PAX Teachers

The PAX GBG Kit includes everything teachers need to get started with implementing the PAX Good Behavior Game in their classroom. This includes the PAX GBG Manual and all the items necessary to implement all the PAX strategies. The kit also includes the PAX UP! App to guide implementation, collect and analyze data, and gauge progress.

Participant registration on provides access to instructional videos and hundreds of downloadable resources for use in the classroom. The PAX Good Behavior Game Kit includes everything teachers need to implement PAX right away

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PAX Good Behavior Game Training

New  training dates will be posted late September of 2023.

If you would like to be notified when new training dates are available, email us at:


September 26, 2023 (Tuesday)

PAX Good Behavior Game


*Must complete training by Oct. 10

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Funding made possible (in part) by grant award number H79TI085747 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and with the support of The Texas Health and Human Services Commission. The views expressed in training materials, publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services or Texas Health and Human Services Commission; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. or Texas Government.