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This book provides educators with practical, step-by-step strategies to address students' serious problem behaviors in school settings. With a focus on prevention strategiesand positive approaches, this proactive framework sets the stage for an assessment-based, functional approach for students with significant emotional and behavioraldisorders (EBDs) as well as those with less severe behavior problems.This book introduces readers to foundational information and describes techniques to avoid or reduce students' behavior problems, improve social interactions, and increase academic engagement and motivation.
|Publication date:||26th November 2018|
|Author:||Lee Kern, Michael P. George, Mark D. Weist|
|Publisher:||Brookes Publishing Co|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Teaching of students with emotional & behavioural difficulties,|
Lee Kern is Iacocca Professor and Program Coordinator, Education and Human Services, Lehigh University, USA.Michael P. George is Director, Centennial School, Lehigh University, USA.Mark D. Weist is Professor, Psychology, and Director, Clinical-Community Doctoral Program, University of South Carolina, USA.More About Lee Kern, Michael P. George, Mark D. Weist