Interventions for students who exhibit challenging behavior Written by behavior specialists Kaye Otten and Jodie Tuttle--who together have 40 years of experience working with students with challenging behavior in classroom settings--this book offers educators a practical approach to managing problem behavior in schools. It is filled with down-to-earth advice, ready-to-use forms, troubleshooting tips, recommended resources, and teacher-tested strategies. Using this book, teachers are better able to intervene proactively, efficiently, and effectively with students exhibiting behavior problems. The book includes research-backed support for educators and offers: Instructions for creating and implementing an effective class-wide behavior management program Guidelines for developing engaging lessons and activities that teach and support positive behavior Advice for assisting students with the self-regulation and management their behavior and emotions
Practical, Ready-to-Use Interventions That Work
Author: Kaye Otten,Jodie Tuttle
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
"This book serves as a comprehensive guide for school personnel trying to make a positive difference in the lives of children who have been diagnosed as ADD/ ADHD. It supplies teachers, special education teachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, and parents with information, techniques, and strategies that will help these students succeed. The book addresses the specific needs of students with ADD/ ADHD, but the strategies are appropriate and recommended for all students who appear to have attention problems, learning disabilities, or are underachieving for any reason, including gifted children. This third edition includes enhanced content in the following areas: medications, case studies, executive function, subject-specific strategies, model programs, and references, among others. For easy use, this resource is organized into thirty sections that provide comprehensive, practical guidance on such topics as: - Preventing behavioral problems in a classroom - Learning styles: elements and interventions - Cooperative learning techniques - Up-to-date educational law information - Techniques for relaxation and visualization - Challenges and specific interventions for students of all ages - Tips on communicating effectively with parents, physicians, and agencies"--
Author: Sandra F. Rief
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Supplying a foundation for understanding the development of the brain and the learning process, this text examines the physical and environmental factors that influence how we acquire and retain information throughout our lives. The book also lays out practical strategies that educators can take directly into the classroom. • Covers a wide range of topics written by educationists, psychologists, and neuroscientists who are all experts in their field • Provides meaningful instructional strategies that can be applied in the real world to improve educators' results • Examines the brain through the human lifespan—prenatal, early childhood, childhood, adolescence, adult, and old age—in order to supply a comprehensive look at how neuroscience can be applied to improve learning at all stages of maturity • Addresses cognitive neuroscience findings as they relate to special education students—invaluable information for educators who work with this important group of learners
The Encyclopedia of Learning
Author: Sheryl Feinstein
Identifying Special Needs provides expert guidance to recognising and categorising the specific characteristics of a range of special needs. Drawing on her experience as an educational psychologist and special education teacher, Glynis Hannell provides easy-to-use checklists to help teachers quickly and accurately gather information to determine whether individual students need specialised attention and services, and guidelines on how to provide this help. This unique book offers diagnostic criteria and supporting notes for a wide range of special educational needs, including autism spectrum disorders, communication disorders, social and emotional issues, cognitive disabilities and specific learning disorders. Relevant to both primary and secondary school students, all checklists can be photocopied for ease of use and downloaded from the companion website. This fully revised third edition includes additional information on guiding conversations with parents, children and colleagues, as well as advice to parents on how to select outside professionals. The practical checklists and resources help teachers and educational professionals to: Identify and understand special needs screen any student for possible special needs; understand the causes and characteristics of various types of special needs; link classroom observations to diagnostic criteria used by specialists. Profile individual differences create accurate and comprehensive profiles for individual students, including positive characteristics; record each student’s unique pattern of development within a special needs ‘label’. Work together with colleagues and parents quickly record important information and avoid writing time-consuming reports; request and prepare for further assessment and intervention; coordinate information from several teachers or professionals; involve parents in observing and discussing their child’s pattern of strengths and challenges; plan effective, inclusive intervention in the classroom setting; follow up with recommended further reading, websites and professional references. Based on internationally accepted diagnostic criteria, and relevant for educational professionals worldwide, this is an essential book for teachers, psychologists and other specialists to ensure that the children and adolescents in their care receive the support they need to succeed.
Diagnostic Checklists for Profiling Individual Differences
Author: Glynis Hannell
Highly accessible and user-friendly, this book focuses on helping K–12 teachers increase their use of classroom management strategies that work. It addresses motivational aspects of teacher consultation that are essential, yet often overlooked. The Classroom Check-Up is a step-by-step model for assessing teachers' organizational, instructional, and behavior management practices; helping them develop a menu of intervention options; and overcoming obstacles to change. Easy-to-learn motivational interviewing techniques are embedded throughout. In a large-size format with lay-flat binding to facilitate photocopying, the book includes 20 reproducible forms, checklists, and templates. This book is in The Guilford Practical Intervention in the Schools Series.
The Classroom Check-Up
Author: Wendy M. Reinke,Keith C. Herman,Randall S. Sprick
Publisher: Guilford Press
"An extension of Brookes's 2011 school curriculum Unstuck and On Target! An Executive Function Curriculum to Improve Flexibility for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Research Edition. Helps children with autism spectrum disorder understand and improve flexibility by hearing the same vocabulary and encountering the same expectations at home and school"--
Simple Ways to Get Kids with Autism Unstuck and on Target
Author: Lauren Kenworthy,Laura Gutermuth Anthony,Katie C. Alexander,Lynn M. Cannon,Monica Adler Werner,Lisa Greenman
Publisher: Brookes Pub
Machine generated contents note: Notes on Contributors Foreword (TBD) Acknowledgements 1. Introduction Dougal Julian Hare, Helen K. Fletcher and Andrea Flood 2. An overview of attachment theory: Bowlby and beyond Helen K. Fletcher and Deanna J. Gallichan 3. Attachment relationships between parents and their children: The impact of 'the loss of the healthy child' Helen K. Fletcher 4. Assessing attachment relationships in people with intellectual disabilities Samantha Walker, Victoria Penketh, Hazel Cooper and Dougal Julian Hare 5. Autism Spectrum Disorder and attachment: A clinician's perspective Ewan Perry and Andrea Flood 6. Maintaining the bond: Working with people who are described as showing challenging behaviour using a framework based on attachment theory Allan Skelly 7. Psychotherapy and attachment dynamics in people with intellectual disabilities: A personal view Pat Frankish 8. Adult attachment and care staff functioning Carlo Schuengel , Jennifer Clegg , J. Clasien de Schipper and Sabina Kef 9. Have a heart: Helping services to provide emotionally aware support Amanda Shackleton 10. Attachment trauma and pathological mourning in adults with intellectual disabilities Deanna J. Gallichan and Carol George 11. Attachment, personality disorder and offending: Clinical implications Lesley Steptoe, William R. Lindsay, Caroline Finlay and Sandra Miller 12. Getting Intimate: Using attachment theory to understand intimate relationships in our work with people with intellectual disabilities Nancy Sheppard and Myooran Canagaratnam Index
A Clinician's Guide to Practice and Research
Author: Helen K. Fletcher,Andrea Flood,Dougal Julian Hare
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The strategies and materials presented here provide the best of whole language and phonics instruction for setting up an appropriate, well-paced reading program that meets the needs of individual students, small groups, or the entire class, grades K-8. For quick and easy access, the Kit is organized into eight sections and includes such practical information as: * Over 80 stimulating hands-on games and activity sheets to build students' skills in letter-name knowledge, sight word recognition, word structure, and more. * Up-to-date information and materials for teaching reading to students with special needs * Comprehensive lists of fiction and nonfiction trade books that reinforce the learning of essential reading skills
Ready-to-Use Checklists, Activities and Materials to Help All Students Become Successful Readers
Author: Wilma H. Miller
Often described as "social phobia's cousin" and misdiagnosed as autism, selective mutism is a debilitating fear of speaking in some situations experienced by some children. The disorder usually presents in children before the age of five, but it may not be recognized until the child starts school. When requested to speak, children with selective mutism often look down, blush, or otherwise express anxiety that disrupts their engagement with people and activities. Selective mutism is related to social anxiety and social phobia, and more than 90 percent of children with selective mutism also manifest symptoms of one of these problems. This book is the first available for parents of children with selective mutism. It offers a broad overview of the condition and reviews the diagnostic criteria for the disorder. The book details a plan you can use to coordinate professional treatment of your child's disorder. It also explains the steps you can take on your own to encourage your child to speak comfortably in school and in his or her peer group. All of the book's strategies employ a gradual, "stepladder" approach. The techniques gently encourage children to speak more, while at the same time helping them feel safe and supported. Angela E. McHolm, Ph.D., is director of the Selective Mutism Service at McMaster Children's Hospital in Hamilton, ON. The Selective Mutism Service offers outpatient psychiatric consultation to families and professionals such as school personnel, speech and language pathologists, and mental health clinicians who support children with selective mutism. She is assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences in the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University in Hamilton, ON.
Practical Steps to Overcome a Fear of Speaking
Author: Angela E. McHolm,Charles E. Cunningham,Melanie K. Vanier
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Category: Family & Relationships
This book's seven-phase model, which is similar to positive behavior support, helps teachers pinpoint specific behaviors, develop interventions at each phase, and create an individualized behavior support plan.
Author: Geoff Colvin,Martin R. Sheehan
Publisher: Corwin Press
Practical and reader-friendly, this how-to guide to generalization helps professionals take today's most popular autism interventions to the next level by making generalization an integral part of them. ; Practical and reader-friendly, this how-to guide t
Strategies for Successful Generalization in Natural Environments
Author: Christina Whalen
Publisher: Brookes Pub
Prevent-Teach-Reinforce: The School-Based Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support, Second Edition is an easy-to-use practical guide to the research-proven Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) model. This book helps K-8 educators solve serious behavior challenges by guiding school-based teams through the five-step PTR process: 1) teaming and goal-setting, 2) data collection, 3) functional behavioral assessment, 4) creation of a behavior intervention plan, and 5) progress-monitoring and data-based decision making. This edition has been updated to include the latest research supporting PTR; increased emphasis on the PTR facilitator's role, collaboration, and the teacher's observations; new information on multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) and evidence-based classroom strategies; and more detailed guidance on every PTR step. Useful forms are provided as chapter appendices and downloadable materials. Book appendices describe specific Prevent, Teach, and Reinforce strategies in depth and present rich case studies illustrating PTR in action. ;
The School-based Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support
Author: Glen Dunlap,Rose Iovannone,Kelly Wilson,Kathy Christiansen,Donald Kincaid
Bringing Innovation and Success to Today's Classrooms
Author: Jim Grant
Publisher: Society for Developmental Education
Category: Educational change
This book takes collaboration out of the abstract and applies it to daily tasks of differentiating instruction, implementing technology, student assessment, and communicating with families.
How to Increase Student Learning in Today’s Diverse Schools
Author: Wendy W. Murawski,Sally Spencer
Publisher: Corwin Press
Learn how to make the most of shared reading with this practical guide, filled with strategies for creating an enriching atmosphere and actively engaging children during storybook reading.
Building Young Children's Language & Emergent Literacy Skills
Author: Helen K. Ezell,Laura M. Justice
Publisher: Brookes Publishing Company
A useful practical guide for professionals, parents, teachers and other caregivers. It presents detailed assessment tools as well as consistent strategies for managing challenging behavior. Successful sensory integration techniques include ... advice for a wide range of specific problems ... for adapting home, school, and childcare environments ... [and] creative suggestions for activities, equipment, and resources.
Author: Ellen Yack,Shirley Sutton,Paula Aquilla
Publisher: Future Horizons
Category: Industrial relations
This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Research-Based Strategies for Improving Outcomes in Behavior, 1e is an authoritative collection of the best techniques known to work for students with disabilities.A volume unlike any other, it helps practitioners, teacher-educators, and policymakers combat the gap between research and practice by gathering the most meaningful findings regarding behavior outcomes in a single source. Written by leading authorities, chapters offer a consistent format that includes definition of strategy, theoretical underpinnings, description, fidelity checklist, and research-based summaries. . Sections show how to improve behavior outcomes by implementing Positive Behavior Supports, preventing problem behavior, improving compliance, decreasing aggressive behavior, and promoting social skills training.
Author: Kathleen L Lane,Bryan G. Cook,Melody G. Tankersley,CEC Division of Research
Publisher: Pearson Higher Ed