Succeeding with Difficult Students: New Strategies for Reaching Your Most Challenging Students
Practical strategies for developing positive relationships and rebuilding the broken trusts that have caused the fissures between at-risk students and the school community. For K-12 teachers.
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Who Are Difficult Students?
Proactive vs Reactive Responses
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Lee Canter,Marlene Canter
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administrator Amanda Assertive Discipline attention-seeking student back on task behave appropriately Behavior Profile behaviors you expect Bradley building a positive building trust calls parents calm classroom discipline plan classroom management Classroom Plan confrontation consequences consistent continue Corrective Action desk Difficult students need discipline hierarchy disruptive behavior earn effective feel frustrated give the student goal going help the student Here's Home-School Plan inappropriate Individualized Behavior Plan Individualized Classroom Jeff keep Kenny kids Kirkwood Avenue Laura listen look meeting misbehave misbehavior need attention need limits Need Motivation negative Nicole nondisruptive off-task behavior Okay opportunity Phil positive recognition positive reinforcement positive relationship positive support praise primary need Proactive teachers quietly react reactive Redirecting remind responses reward seat self-esteem situation specific stay steps Student Is Noncompliant Student Who Needs student's behavior succeed Succeeding With Difficult successful talk back techniques Terry Think Sheet Trust Line