Behavior Management : Applications for Teachers
For undergraduate and Special Ed or General Ed graduate courses in Special Ed. Behavior Management and Classroom Management or Applied Behavior Analysis.Recognizing that the most-effective behavior management strategy is teaching and reinforcing appropriate behavior, this applications-targeted text again provides a thorough treatment of both the technical and the functional aspects of behavior analysis. It clearly examines appropriate implementation strategies to use in a variety of settings-from classroom and recreational venues, to day care centers and in the home. Having a solid theoretical foundation, numerous applications, field-based examples, and real-life case studies are included. In addition, he provides thoughtful consideration of the often-ignored issues encountered by classroom teachers on a daily basis: diversity, assessment, legal challenges, and specific age-related concerns.
- Paperback | 576 pages
- 188 x 228.6 x 27.9mm | 884.52g
- 22 Mar 2004
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 4th edition
Table of contents
I. UNDERSTANDING AND ASSESSING BEHAVIOR. 1. Foundations for Understanding and Managing Behavior. 2. Formal Behavioral Assessment. 3. Data Collection Techniques. 4. Single-Subject Designs. 5. Curriculum-Based Assessment: The Relationship Between Student Curriculum and Student Behavior. 6. Functional Behavioral Assessment. II. POSITIVE SUPPORTS FOR INCREASING BEHAVIOR. 7. Establishing a Reinforcement Program. 8. Cognitive Behavior Modification. III. UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS. 9. Behavior Reduction Strategies. 10. Specific Behavior Challenges. 11. Disciplining Students: Legal Issues for Schools. IV. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS. 12. Issues in Early Childhood Behavior. 13. Adolescent Behavior: Understanding Influences and Modifying Outcomes.14. Cultural Influences on Behavior. Name Index. Subject Index.