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Students' behavior is a key issue in every classroom. Educators face the challenge of managing classroom behavior, teaching acceptable social skills, and maintaining curriculum standards in diverse classroom settings. In this easy-to-read manual, general and special education teachers, counselors, related services staff, and family members will gain insight into students' behaviors and discover fresh, proactive ideas on how to help them develop appropriate behavioral skills through forming more positive relationships, communicating more effectively with peers, and taking a more active role in school and community. A quick and concise guide to current research and recommended methods, Behavioral Support provides the field-tested strategies professionals need for working with students with disabilities. The revisions will include a new chapter on school-wide discipline; new case studies and several new ┐Voices from the Classroom┐ first-hand accounts from teachers. Behavioral Support is the best selling volume in the Teachers┐ Guides to Inclusive Practices series.
Martha E. Snell is Professor and Interim Associate Dean for Research, The Curry School of Education, University of Virginia.
Table of Contents
|About the Authors||p. vii|
|Positive Behavior Support||p. 1|
|Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support||p. 17|
|Selected Interventions for Students at Risk for Behavior Problems||p. 37|
|Individualized Positive Behavior Support: Conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment||p. 55|
|Designing, Using, and Evaluating Individualized Positive Behavior Supports||p. 97|
|Blank Forms||p. 137|
|Resources on Behavioral Support||p. 161|
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