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Cases in Behavior Management

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780131715912

ISBN10:
0131715917
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
10/3/2006
Publisher(s):
Pearson
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Summary

Cases in Behavior Managementprovides realistic, context-rich narratives of behavior problems and social conflicts occurring in school-based and home/community settings. Thoughtfully selected, cases reflect four environments (school classroom, school nonclassroom, home, and community) and address a broad range of ages and issues. Cases fall into two typesprofessional interventions and parent/teacher collaborationsand span across levels of development and forms of classroom organization. Each case consists of two parts (a quick description of the problem incident and background information concerning the individuals and context) and provides an excellent springboard for discussion, thought and debate.

Table of Contents

PART I BASIC PRINCIPLES OF BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT AND USING CASES
1l(40)
Basics of Behavior Management
2(21)
Social Systems Theory
3(4)
The Individual
4(1)
Interpersonal Relationships
5(1)
Relationships Between Systems
5(1)
Group Interaction
6(1)
Society
6(1)
Implications of Social Systems Theory for Behavior Management
7(1)
Behavioral Model
8(2)
Five Essential Behavioral Questions
10(1)
Psychodynamic Model
10(4)
Five Essential Psychodynamic Questions
14(1)
Environmental Model
14(3)
Time
15(1)
Physical Space
15(1)
Patterns of Human Interaction
16(1)
Five Essential Environmental Questions
17(1)
Constructivist Model
17(3)
Moral Autonomy
18(1)
Caring
19(1)
Community Building
19(1)
Five Essential Constructivist Questions
20(1)
Summary
20(1)
References
21(2)
How to Analyze a Case
23(18)
Critical Reflection as Thoughtful Case Analysis
23(1)
Immediate Intervention
24(3)
Ensuring Physical Safety
26(1)
Attending to Emotional Well-Being
27(1)
Returning to Order and Peace
27(1)
Long-Term Intervention
27(4)
Assessing the Problem
28(1)
Formulating Objectives of Intervention
29(1)
Planning an Effective Intervention
30(1)
Implementing the Intervention
30(1)
Evaluating the Results
30(1)
Examining a Case
31(1)
Case Example: ``I Don't Like Mondays''
32(7)
Incident
32(1)
Background Information
32(2)
Immediate Intervention
34(1)
Long-Term Intervention
35(1)
Psychodynamic Model
35(1)
Environmental Model
36(1)
Constructivist Model
37(1)
Behavioral Model
37(1)
Summary of Case Analysis
38(1)
References
39(2)
PART II BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT CASES
41(108)
Case 1 Blinded by Science
42(3)
Case 2 Getting Caught
45(3)
Case 3 People Change
48(3)
Case 4 When Is Collaboration Not Collaboration?
51(3)
Case 5 Crying and Marching
54(3)
Case 6 Demolition Dan
57(3)
Case 7 Depend on Me
60(4)
Case 8 Crashing Planes and Tranquil Dreams
64(3)
Case 9 Fifteen Seconds of Fame
67(3)
Case 10 When Fear Rules the Land
70(3)
Case 11 Gamey Science
73(3)
Case 12 Hat Trick
76(3)
Case 13 Repeating History or History Repeating Itself
79(3)
Case 14 Homework Time
82(3)
Case 15 Image Management
85(4)
Case 16 A Blue Ink Line
89(3)
Case 17 When a Joke Is No Longer a Joke
92(3)
Case 18 Quiet for Julia
95(3)
Case 19 Go to the Office
98(4)
Case 20 Off Task
102(3)
Case 21 The Art of Fair Play
105(3)
Case 22 Side by Side
108(3)
Case 23 Skipping
111(4)
Case 24 Talk Isn't Cheap
115(3)
Case 25 Tattletale
118(3)
Case 26 Valentine's Day
121(3)
Case 27 Soft-Spoken
124(6)
Case 28 Turning Upside-Down
130(4)
Case 29 All Wet
134(5)
Case 30 The Wickman Memoirs
139(5)
Case 31 Frustrated by Math
144(5)
Case 32 Pulled at the Edges
149


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