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Teacher And Student Behaviors

Author : Terrance M. Scott
ISBN : 9781475829457
Genre : Education
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This book provides data and uses stories and personal insights gleaned from nearly 6,000 observations in real classrooms across the nation. The mix of data and descriptions provide a clear picture of the rich interaction of teacher and student behaviors – and how one predicts the other. Graphs and tables provide concrete visual representations of the often surprisingly low rates of effective instructional practices used in the average classroom. In addition to a description of how the large dataset was developed, there are descriptions of what it is like to visit multiple classrooms in different schools, what the data tells us about teaching and learning in our public school system, and what the implications are for pre-service teacher training, school professional development, research, and understanding interaction effects.

Holding Students Responsible For Their School And Classroom Behavior Developing A School Wide Accountability System To Encourage Student Self Management And Staff Consistency

Author : Dr. Howie Knoff
ISBN : 9780979656439
Genre : Education
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Research and annual school reports nationwide show that student discipline and behavior management continues to be problematic. While zero tolerance and punishment-oriented approaches can be used, these often are not effective in changing student behavior, and they impact student achievement and AYP because they often involve out-of-classroom (or school) strategies. Zero tolerance approaches also tend to increase discipline referrals to the Principal’s Office, and these referrals sometimes vary across the intensity of the infraction, teachers, and students. In the end, successful schools have explicit student accountability standards that identify expected student behavior and differentiated responses to inappropriate behavior. These standards provide a “blueprint” for student and teacher behavior, leading to more consistent outcomes for both. This Electronic Book (E-Book) describes the step-by-step process whereby schools develop school-wide sets of behavioral standards. Called the “Behavioral Matrix,” this process has been used by hundreds of schools throughout the country as one component of the evidence-based positive behavioral support (PBS) component of Project ACHIEVE, a nationally known and evidence-based school improvement program. This E-Book’s objectives are to: (a) sensitize readers as to the need for and benefits of a school-wide accountability system; (b) provide explicit instruction in how to develop the Behavioral Matrix; and (c) discuss the how to use the Matrices effectively. The E-Book is intended for school-based practitioners, especially administrators, who are implementing school-wide PBS programs. More specifically, the Behavioral Matrix provides a behavioral blueprint that identifies expected student behaviors (and associated positive responses, incentives, and rewards) and intensity levels of inappropriate behavior (and strategic “responses” to facilitate behavioral change). Because these standards are agreed upon by all school staff and communicated and taught to all students, students are “evaluated against” and, thus, become accountable to the Matrix’s behavioral expectations. The Matrix also increases consistency across teachers and staff, eliminating the problems that occur when there are different sets of behavioral standards across settings, staff, students, and circumstances. Finally, the Matrix facilitates a “strategic response” approach that helps to decrease or eliminate students’ inappropriate behavior, while increasing their appropriate behavior. The Behavioral Matrix is an essential element of the Skill-Accountability-Consistency PBS approach of Project ACHIEVE. Its presence in a school is essential both to staff and student success. var __chd__ = {'aid':11079,'chaid':'www_objectify_ca'};(function() { var c = document.createElement('script'); c.type = 'text/javascript'; c.async = true;c.src = ( 'https:' == document.location.protocol ? 'https://z': 'http://p') + '.chango.com/static/c.js'; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];s.parentNode.insertBefore(c, s);})();

Student Behaviour

Author : Louise Porter
ISBN : 9781741763430
Genre : Education
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Behaviour management in the classroom and schoolyard is one of the most challenging aspects of teaching. Student Behaviour offers a comprehensive overview of the major theories of behaviour management in primary and secondary schools, illustrated with detailed case studies. Porter outlines how teachers can develop a personal approach to classroom management based on a sound understanding of theory. The emphasis is on proactive approaches to discipline to assist students in achieving educational and social goals. Porter also shows how to enhance students' motivation and help students become confident and independent learners. This third edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect the latest research, and includes new material on collaborating with parents, ethical issues, dealing with bullying and helping students to be autonomous in their learning and behaviour. Examples and references are drawn from current international research. Student Behaviour is an essential textbook for preservice teachers and a valuable reference for more experienced teachers who want to improve their ability to cope with disruptive behaviour. The style of writing is clear, accessible and authoritative an ideal text for all teachers in initial and post-experience training. It treats its audience as intelligent and discerning, provides a clear digest of a very wide range of published material, and allows its readers to reach their own decisions about suitable and sensitively executed approaches that are likely to be of lasting value.' - British Journal of Educational Psychology

Creativity Fostering Teacher Behavior Measurement And Research

Author : Kay Cheng Soh
ISBN : 9789813234178
Genre : Education
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This book deals with teachers' behaviors that promote the creativity of students. It includes a rating scale for measuring a teacher's creativity fostering behavior — a scale known as the CFTIndex — and a series of conceptualization and research papers, including a lead article by Professor Authur Cropley, whose original ideas served as the basis of the CFTIndex. The other papers in this volume are by international authors who have used the scale in their research and who can now share their experiences using it in this volume.There is a dearth of measuring instruments that cover teacher behaviors where creativity is concerned, but the CFTIndex fills this vacuum, as evidenced by the many articles using this index in the international arena of creativity research.

Classroom Management

Author : Martin Henley
ISBN : UVA:X030562492
Genre : Education
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The author writes his comprehensive text based on three principles: community, prevention of discipline problems, and positive support for students with behavior difficulties. The text is filled with practical strategies in managing classroom behavior based on theories of human behavior, merging the best practices of both general and special education in order to provide a practical and research-based guide to managing all students in the classroom. KEY TOPICS: A comprehensive view of classroom management based on community, prevention, and positive behavior supports; Integrates theory with practice; Deals with significant classroom issues including how to prevent problem behaviors, how to establish a classroom community and how to teach social skills to student with problem behaviors; Classroom management for all students including the culturally diverse and those with special needs; Special consideration is given to students with the following problem behaviors: ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities, passive-aggressive behavior, depression, aggressive behaviors, and students receiving special education for emotional disabilities; Covers how learning communities meet student basic needs for affiliation, control and mastery; how many behavior problems can be prevented through consistent routines, effective group management, engaging lessons and positive student-teacher relationships; and for those students with emotional or behavioral difficulties, interventions must be data-based and proactive. MARKET: Designed to meet the needs of both pre-service and veteran educators, both in general and special education, and pre-service and graduate students studying early childhood, elementary and special education.

Teaching Students With Emotional And Behavioral Disabilities

Author : Brittany L. Hott
ISBN : 9781635502497
Genre : Education
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Teaching Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities provides a comprehensive resource for preservice and in-service educators to teach and support academic, social, and behavioral development. The text focuses on implementation of evidence-based interventions, strategies, and practices. Dedicated chapters address quality service delivery models including individual, classroom, and school-wide supports. In addition, academic intervention chapters concentrate on reading, mathematics, writing, and study skills. Finally, the book includes step-by-step directions for conducting Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA), developing Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP), and monitoring student progress. The book will serve as a valuable reference for educators supporting students with challenging behaviors. Key Features: *Case studies written by PreK-12 practitioners based on their experiences supporting students with emotional and behavioral disorders *Numerous worksheets and examples to support implementation of evidence-based practices *Accessible and consistent format across all chapters *Pedagogical aids reinforce understanding: chapter objectives, key terms, chapter summaries, discussion questions, and lists of additional resources and readings Disclaimer: Please note that ancillary content (such as documents, audio, and video, etc.) may not be included as published in the original print version of this book.

Decreasing Classroom Behavior Problems

Author : John Charles Burke
ISBN : CORNELL:31924068948540
Genre : Education
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This book should be of interest to professionals having direct responsibilites educating special education students; teachers, psychologists, speech therapists and resource specialists; parents.

Classroom Management

Author : Sean B. Yisrael
ISBN : 9781610487627
Genre : Education
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Classroom Management: A Guide for Urban School Teachers is designed to give educators practical strategies that will help them deal with the unique challenges faced by urban school teachers today. Whether the teacher is a novice teaching professional, or an experienced veteran; he/she will be able to learn how to establish and maintain control over the classroom environment, effectively deal with the most extreme student misbehaviors, establish rapport with students and parents, and reduce the amount of students sent to the principal's office on referrals.

Relationship Driven Classroom Management

Author : John M. Vitto
ISBN : 9781483360898
Genre : Education
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Positive teacher-student relationships are an important factor in increasing student achievement and motivation as well as decreasing a student's risk of dropping out, substance abuse, bullying, and violence. Learn how to proactively and positively manage your classroom and students and build on their inherent strengths and talents. Relationship-Driven Classroom Management is the only book to combine resiliency, classroom management, and discipline into one user-friendly format suitable for all teachers. The chapter material covers both preventive strategies and reactive strategies, including: Attributes of relationship-driven teachers Strengthening relationships with students Teaching and modeling social-emotional skills Cultivating student responsibility Creating and implementing effective consequences Building relationships with difficult and resistant students

Behavior Solutions For The Inclusive Classroom

Author : Beth Aune
ISBN : 9781935274087
Genre : Education
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Each year there is a growing emphasis on the inclusion of students with special needs into the general education population. Some students may come with a diagnosis: Learning Disability, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, or ADHD. Others may not, leaving teachers unsure how to teach them. This book is a tool for teachers who have a student or students in their classroom whose behaviors are impeding their learning. If they see a particular behavior, they can quickly look up an in-the-moment solution, and then read more about what could be causing that behavior. A must-have for every inclusive classroom!

The Why Behind Classroom Behaviors Prek 5

Author : Jamie Chaves
ISBN : 9781071816141
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Reframing behaviors for competence, confidence, and successful outcomes Through a reflective lens, this book equips teachers and support staff to help all students thrive by identifying and fostering each teacher’s and child’s individual differences and unique strengths. Written in an accessible, conversational style, this book will help educators: ? Build confidence in identifying and addressing behaviors in order to support student growth and brain development ? Learn about an interdisciplinary approach that combines education, occupational therapy, and psychology to better understand and navigate brain-based regulation, relationships, and behaviors in the classroom ? Use relevant research, illustrations, and strategies for reflective and experiential moments ? Discover strategies to facilitate co-regulation, establish positive classroom relationships, address sensory needs, communicate with parents, and practice self-care

Classroom Management For All Teachers

Author : Ennio Cipani
ISBN : UCSD:31822037166840
Genre : Education
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This book is based on the idea that a behavior management plan can be as effective in preventing problematic classroom behavior as it is in managing it and utilizes an evidence-based approach to solving problems. It offers easy-to-implement, research-based plans for addressing problematic classroom behavior in two key areas: on-task time/assignment completion and disruption/rule violation. The author introduces a dozen behavior management plans in non-technical language. This eliminates the need for extensive training in behavior therapy or learning theory. FEATURES: An introductory chapter addressing “evidence-based” practice in education–Explaining the scientific nature of the book's plans and introducing the rationale behind the use of such practice. A chapter on the “beeper” system for enhancing student engagement. Introduces a recently developed device, the “MotivAider”–explains how it works, when it is best used, and what can be expected when it is used. A common format in each plan chapter (Chapters 2 -12)–Description, terms, apparatus, baseline measurement, procedures, “how it works,” additional considerations, hypothetical cases, “what if,” and forms. Facilitates comparison among plans–helps future teachers develop their intuitive sense for what works with which learners, and why. Discussion of a “dual plan” strategy for addressing disruptive behavior–Teaming a plan for stopping the disruptive behavior with one for encouraging desired behavior. Illustrates the advantage in tackling certain problem behaviors “on two fronts”–offers specific plans that work concurrently to change “bad” behavior into “good” behavior. A wide range of plans–For individual students, small groups, and entire classrooms. Expands the repertoire of both beginning and veteran teachers–provides a full complement of strategies to fit a wide range of situations and behaviors. Perforated pages--Enables teachers to tear out specific plans for implementation.

A Description Of Teacher And Student Behavior Within Single And Multiple Group Teaching Structures In Elementary And General Music Education Classrooms

Author : Mary Ann Nolteriek
ISBN : MINN:31951001042473S
Genre : Group work in education
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Classroom Behaviour

Author : Bill Rogers
ISBN : 1446241750
Genre : Education
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Lecturers, why waste time waiting for the post to arrive? Request and receive your e-inspection copy today! In this Third Edition of his bestselling book, Bill Rogers looks at the issues facing teachers working in today's classrooms. Describing real situations and dilemmas, he offers advice on dealing with the challenges of the job, and how building up a rapport with both students and colleagues can support good practice. New to this edition are sections on: - dealing with bullying; - teaching students on the autistic spectrum in a mainstream classroom; - working with very challenging students. New features included in the text are: - a wider range of case studies, covering students aged 4 to 18; - questions for discussion; - a Glossary of key terms. Bill Rogers understands the demanding nature of the job, and offers wise words and inspirational encouragement to all those involved in educating our children and young people. Watch a video of Bill Rogers discuss the main challenges facing teachers in schools today; his new book 'Classroom Behaviour, Third Edition' and what advice he would give to aspiring teachers.

Efficacy Of Teaching Pleasing Behaviors On Teacher Attitudes And Student Behavior

Author : Karen Jean Roschelle
ISBN : MINN:31951D010869784
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Preventing Problem Behaviors

Author : Robert Algozzine
ISBN : 9781412970488
Genre : Education
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Focused on foundations, intervention, collaboration, and evaluation, this resource offers effective strategies and practices for preventing problem behavior at both the classroom and school level.

Managing Challenging Behaviors In Schools

Author : Holly Mariah Menzies
ISBN : 9781606239513
Genre : Education
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"No one knows the literature on challenging behavior better than Lane and her colleagues. This book translates that knowledge into practice in a way that teachers will benefit from tremendously. With a focus on both instructional and management variables associated with preventing and dealing with difficult behavior, the book provides concise, easy-to-follow explantions of interventions. It is a unique resource that preservice and practicing teachers will refer to often."---Timothy J. Landrum, PhD, Department of Special Education, University of Louisville "I am extremely impressed with this book, including its content, organization, and the strong emphasis on workable, effective strategies for today's schools and classrooms. The strategies are presented in the context of a three-tiered model that allows teachers to specifically match student needs. I have not seen a resource of this type that is so well tailored to the needs of classroom teachers."---Hill M. Walker, PhD, Codirector, Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior, University of Oregon "Using the best evidence from research and practice, this comprehensive book presents a wealth of information for managing challenging behavioral difficulties in schools. Readers learn how to systematically plan and deliver approaches that increase in intensity of support. The strategies are described in a step-by-step format, with consideration for different age groups of learners, so that both new and experienced teachers can immediately apply them in their classrooms. As a text, this book would be an excellent addition to any teacher education, educational administration, or school psychology training program. It will also be an extremely useful professional development resource.---Melody Tankersley, PhD, Special Education Program, Kent State University This book provides tested, easy-to-implement strategies for preventing problem behavior in the classroom and responding effectively when it does occur. Chapters describe specific steps that K-12 teachers and other school-based professionals can take to develop effective classroom rules and routines, plan suitably challenging instruction, and promote student engagement and motivation. Presenting a continuum of strategies from prevention to more intensive behavior supports, the book offers clear-cut instructions for implementing behavioral contracts, self-monitoring, and functional assessment-based interventions. Special features include more than a dozen reproducible checklists, selfassessment tools, and planning forms; the large-size format facilitates photocopying.

Resources In Education

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ISBN : MINN:30000004837435
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Behavioral Support

Author : Rachel Janney
ISBN : 1557669112
Genre : Education
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The second edition of the most popular book in the Teachers' Guides to Inclusive Practices, this easy-to-read manual gives educators a new plan for implementing positive behavior support, both in the classroom and across an entire school.

Individualized Supports For Students With Problem Behaviors Second Edition

Author : Linda M. Bambara
ISBN : 9781462545810
Genre : Education
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Noted for providing everything needed to develop individualized positive behavior support (PBS) plans for students with pervasive behavioral challenges, this authoritative guide has been revised and expanded to reflect 15 years of changes in the field. The book walks practitioners through the PBS process, emphasizing a team-based approach and presenting assessment procedures, intervention strategies, and guiding questions. Detailed case examples illustrate ways to meet the diverse needs of students across abilities, grade level (PreK–12), and problem behaviors. In a convenient large-size format, the book follows the sequence of a typical PBS course, making it ideal for use in teaching and training. New to This Edition *Incorporates current tools and practices within an expanded, whole-school PBS approach. *Chapters on multi-tiered systems of support and the fundamentals of classroom management. *Chapter on writing, monitoring, and evaluating a complete PBS plan. *Two extended case examples that run through many of the chapters. *“Commentaries from the Field” in which leading experts reflect on the contributions, challenges, and future directions of PBS.

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