Positive Behavioral Support in the Classroom: Principles and Practices

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ISBN 10
1557665230 
ISBN 13
9781557665232 
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Publication Year
2001 
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Pages
336 
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Designed for preservice educators, classroom teachers, behavioral support staff, and counselors, this work presents a framework for implementing positive behavioral support (PBS) with K-12 students with challenging behaviors. It reviews the ethical, theoretical, and historical background of PBS, and examines the characteristics and processes of PBS, such as person-centered planning and the role of relationships. It walks through an entire PBS protocol, and shows how to enhance PBS practices through peer tutoring and task modification. Many vignettes are provided to illustrate techniques. Jackson teaches special education at the University of Northern Colorado. Panyan teaches education at Drake University. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com) - from Amzon 
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