Positive Behavior Support in Secondary Schools: A Practical Guide
This much-needed guide shows how to implement positive behavior support (PBS) strategies in secondary settings, using a three-tiered approach. The authors adapt the core ideas of PBS to the developmental context of adolescence and the organizational structures of middle schools and junior and senior high schools. With an emphasis on data-based decision making, the book provides ideas and examples for meeting the behavioral needs of all students, from those with emerging concerns to those with ongoing, chronic problems. It takes practitioners step by step through planning, implementing, evaluating, and sustaining schoolwide, small-group, and individual interventions. In a large-size format with convenient lay-flat binding, the book includes useful reproducible forms. This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series.
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Chapter 1Foundational Ideas
Chapter 2Adolescent Needs and Secondary Settings
Chapter 3The Importance of School Climate
Chapter 4Planning for Implementation
Chapter 6Monitoring Implementation and Outcomes Using Data
Chapter 7Schoolwide Screening
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