Displayed student behaviors as well as the students' motivation for academics is now and has been of major importance to the educator. In view of this need, it becomes apparent that research information on the modification of behaviors needs to be made more familiar to the teaching staff. Most teachers, presently contracted in the elementary grades, have undergone several years of college training in "how" to implement a suitable curriculum and prepare an attractive room environment. Unfortunately, however, only a small amount of time in comparison has been spent on "teaching the teachers" how to mold appropriate behaviors. This emerging desire and need on the part of teachers to learn a system of dealing with student behaviors is now beginning to gather recognition and appeal. Many educators are proposing that such training take place at the college and school district levels for teacher inservice.