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>TEACHING STUDENTS WITH BEHAVIOR DISORDERS
Techniques and Activities for Classroom Instruction Third Edition

Patricia A. Gallagher

The content in this book for teaching and managing elementary to eight grade students includes vignettes, curriculum topics and instruction, educational diagnoses, and positive management programs to help children with behavior disorders.

You will find 12 strategies for general and special education teachers to help students achieve academic and social success along with 10 psychological variables in the classroom environment that impact student behavior. Based on a perspective combining psychoeducation, behaviorism, and structure, the book contains classroom examples, forms, and illustrations. It is a warm and inviting book containing workable ideas to help troubled children succeed.

Contents

1. Troubled Youth: An Overview
2. Directions for Planning Academic and Behavior Success
3. Advanced Organization
4. Educational Diagnosis
5. Curriculum: Basic Considerations
6. Curriculum: Instructional Techniques
7. Curriculum: Essential Topics for Instruction
8. Responses to Students with Specific Needs
9. Management: Overview
10. Management: Affective Techniques
11. Management: Behavior Techniques
12. Management: Decision-Making Techniques
13. Communication with Significant Adults
14. The Job Interview

Appendix A: Vignettes
Appendix B: Promoting Dignity: Taking the Destructive Ds out of Behavior Disorders

400 pages
2008/paperback/ISBN 978-0-89108-324-5
$58.00


     
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