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Changing Student Behavior

Author : Anthony Scannella
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This book introduces CLICK (Comprehensive Learning and Interventions for Correcting Kids), a school discipline, that is based on actual teaching practices and sound theory and research. It will help educators focus on a new way of thinking about discipline and how to resolve it in the classroom.

Changing Student Behaviors

Author : Mallary M. Collins
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Changing Student Behavior

Author : Duane Brown
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Changing Student Behavior by Linking Office Discipline Referrals to a Strategic Time Out Process

Author : Dr. Howie Knoff
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Effective Positive Behavioral Support Systems (PBSS) consist of three interdependent components: (a) teaching students prosocial interpersonal, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills, using an evidence-based social skills program; (b) teacher, grade-level, and building-wide accountability processes that provide students meaningful incentives and consequences that motivate their prosocial behavior; and (c) staff and administrative consistency such that student behavior is reinforced and responded to (when inappropriate) in a constant fashion. Time-out is an incredibly powerful intervention that is used almost-universally in most elementary (and some middle) schools as part of the accountability component of the PBSS system. Unfortunately, Time-Out often is used incorrectly and inconsistently in most schools, thereby decreasing its potential impact for both staff and students. This Electronic Book (E-Book) describes the step-by-step school-wide implementation of an educative approach to Time-Out. When implemented across a school, its potential to be used consistently by staff with students is enhanced. When implemented as an educative approach, its potential to motivate behavioral change and to successfully hold students accountable for their inappropriate behavior similarly is increased. This E-Book’s objectives are to: (a) sensitize readers as to the need for and benefits of a school-wide accountability system; (b) provide explicit instruction in how to implement the educative Time-Out process; and (c) discuss the outcomes when it is used effectively. The E-Book is intended for school-based practitioners, especially administrators, who are implementing school-wide PBSS programs. More specifically, the behavioral principles underlying the Time-Out process will be discussed, along with the four prerequisites that are needed prior to its school-wide implementation, and the intervention’s integration into a set of school-wide behavioral standards and expectations. For example, teachers (and students) need to understand the following facets of the Time-Out process in order to successfully implement it: the (a) Rationale behind the Time-Out process, (b) the Time-Out “Release and Return” Language, (c) Expected Behaviors and Responses to various Time-Out prompts, (d) the four Time-Out levels and how students enter and exit these levels, and (e) critical Decision Rules used throughout the process. Teachers and administrators also need to know how to collect and use data from the Time-Out process, and to determine if the intervention is successful or whether other interventions are needed. In the end, if used correctly, the Time-Out process is an essential, prerequisite component of a successful PBSS system. Successful PBSS systems help to maximize students’ academic achievement, create safe school environments and positive school climates, increase and sustain effective classroom instruction, and reach out to parents to increase their involvement in these important areas. var __chd__ = {'aid':11079,'chaid':'www_objectify_ca'};(function() { var c = document.createElement('script'); c.type = 'text/javascript'; c.async = true;c.src = ( 'https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://z': 'http://p') + '.chango.com/static/c.js'; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(c, s);})();

The Use of Students Written Feedback in Changing the Behavior of Beginning Secondary School Teachers

Author : Kevin Ryan
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School Safety

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
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Disruptive Student Behavior in the Classroom

Author : Kevin J. Swick
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The purpose of this research report is to explore practices that teachers can use to respond to behavior problems in their classes. Preliminary discussion focuses on understanding the context of student behavior and identifying student behavior problems early. Positive responses to student behavior problems are discussed in terms of the following tips: use a preventive approach; establish fair limits; set a positive example; restore order when a problem occurs; avoid delegating classroom management problems to others whenever possible; locate the real problem; change the classroom environment when necessary; provide alternatives to undesirable behavior; help students understand the consequences of their behavior; make provisions for a time out; help students modify their behavior; use group counseling procedures to promote positive behavior; avoid reinforcing negative behavior; invite students to succeed in the classroom; and know how to deal with pathological behavior. Five teacher behaviors--modeling, designing, interacting, responding, and assessing--are discussed as ways of introducing students to a way of life in the classroom. Concluding discussion concerns the influence of leadership style on student behavior, the relations between curriculum and student behavior problems, and student behavior problems and the community. Nearly 120 references are cited. (RH)

Resources in Education

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Research in Education

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The Behavior Change Process

Author : Oscar G. Mink
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A self-instructional text for class-room instructors and counselors.

Student Behavior

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Efficacy of Teaching Pleasing Behaviors on Teacher Attitudes and Student Behavior

Author : Karen Jean Roschelle
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Academic and Social Behavior Change in a Public School Setting

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Changing Children s Behavior

Author : John D. Krumboltz
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Suggests effective methods of reinforcing existing behavior, developing and maintaining new conduct, stopping inappropriate behavior, and modifying emotional behavior

Classroom Management

Author : Martin Henley
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"Classroom Management: A Proactive Approach is based on three basic principles - classrooms should be learning communities; many behaviors can be prevented; and teacher interventions should promote positive change in classroom behavior." "This comprehensive text: provides teachers with practical strategies in managing classroom behavior based on theories of human behavior; discusses contemporary topics on diversity, social skill instruction, and positive behavior support; and encourages teachers to reflect on their assumptions and look for causes and solutions when students misbehave."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Behavioral Approaches to Community Psychology

Author : Michael T. Nietzel
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Classroom Behavior a Little Book for Teachers

Author : Don Bushell
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Applied Behavior Analysis for Teachers

Author : Paul Alberto
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Classroom Behavior Management for Diverse and Inclusive Schools

Author : Herbert Grossman
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Classroom Behavior Management for Diverse and Inclusive Schools utilizes a three-stage approach to classroom behavior management to assist teachers in avoiding behavior problems, managing those that cannot be avoided, and resolving those that cannot be managed. It enables teachers to accommodate their management techniques to students' diverse developmental, gender, ethnic, and socioeconomic class characteristics in today's inclusive schools. Distinctive Features: —Preventive: suggests management techniques that research indicates can help prevent most behavior problems from occurring —Inclusive: describes 'best practice' in inclusive education —Developmental: shows the best ways to establish rules that are appropriate for students' developmental, gender, socioeconomic, and ethnic characteristics so that students are likely to follow them —Relationships and Values: maintaining positive teacher-student relationships, promoting group cohesiveness, creating classroom environments that motivate students, and enhancing students' belief in the value of school —Problem-solving: techniques teachers can use with most students to solve behavior problems New in This Edition: —Greater emphasis on appropriately mixing management techniques as classrooms increasingly represent varying ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds —Using both male- and female-friendly classroom behavior management techniques in the same classroom to accommodate varying learning and behavior styles —More on students with disabilities —Covers problems caused by tracking and ability grouping and helps teachers to deal with them —New additions on making classrooms and schools safe through eliminating bullying and sexual and ethnic harassment. —Comprehensive coverage of the research literature from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Scandinavia, United Kingdom, United States and other regions of the world —Coverage of recent and emerging controversial issues in the field —References and examples in the 'self quizzes' and activities that have been updated throughout

Special Educator s Discipline Handbook

Author : Richard E. Maurer
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Now you can quickly & easily correct all types of individual & group behavior problems with hundreds of proven techniques & strategies -- specially designed for the specific problems & challenges encountered by the special education teacher.