Behavior Management: Strategies and Techniques

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University Press of America, 1986 - Education - 70 pages
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Presents general strategies for encouraging appropriate student behaviors, such as providing structure through scheduling, creating a positive environment, being consistent, and planning for instruction.
 

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GENERAL STRATEGIES
1
SPECIFIC TECHNIQUES
5
Beat the Clock
6
Behavioral Selfcontrol BSC
8
Cognitive Modeling Target Behaviors
11
Contracting
13
The Good Behavior Game
17
Independent Work Chart
19
The Timer Game
32
Token Reinforcement System Target
33
The Turtle Technique
36
PART II
38
RELATED TOPICS
39
Reinforcement
40
Punishment
47
Measurement
55

Modeling
22
Peer Tutoring
24
Reality Therapy
26
Response Cost System
28
Systematic Desensitization
30
REFERENCES
62
APPENDIX
69
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
70
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Susan K. Peterson is Associate Instructor of Education at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Henry A. Tenenbaum is Principal at the Volusia Avenue School for the Emotionally Handicapped in Daytona Beach, Florida.

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