Educating Students with Behavior Disorders
Allyn and Bacon, 1997 - Education - 445 pages
This is a text geared to the practical concerns of educators involved in the education of students with behavior disorders. The book identifies the specific problem behaviors (e.g. hyperactivity, aggression, etc.) as the primary points of reference to set the stage for a discussion of intervention alternatives. The text also briefly reviews the characteristics of students with behavior disorders and develops the link between assessment and intervention.
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