Behavior Management: A Practical Approach for Educators
Exceptionally practical, this book combines theoretical background with case studies and numerous examples to demonstrate how to apply behavior management techniques in general and special educational settings. Examines the field from four points of view -- behavioral, psychodynamic, biophysical, and environmental. Focuses on the integrative/ecological approach to behavior management which provides a framework for combining various strategies into a cohesive implementation plan. Contains the most recent information on modifications in federal law passed by Congress and signed by President Clinton in 1997 regarding learners with disabilities. Includes skill-building projects in every chapter. Offers worksheets and forms which demonstrate how properly handled paperwork improves instruction. For new and prospective general and special education teachers.
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Definition of Behavior Management
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