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The School Discipline Fix: Changing Behavior Using the Collaborative Problem Solving Approach
Ablon, J. Stuart and Alisha R. Pollastri
Norton Professional Books / Softcover / 2018-09-01 / 0393712303
School-Oriented
price: $33.95
240 pages
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A complete guide to a paradigm-shifting model of school discipline. Disruptive students need problem-solving skills, not punishment.

Challenging students lack the skill—not the will—to behave. The authors’ evidence-based approach allows teachers to dramatically reduce challenging classroom behaviors while helping even the most disruptive students gain the skills they need to succeed inside and outside the classroom. Step-by-step guidance and exercises are provided to help K– 12 educators implement the CPS model in both general and special-education settings.

About the Authors:

J. Stuart Ablon, PhD, is associate professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School and lives in Boston.

Alisha R. Pollastri is a psychologist and researcher at Harvard Medical School and lives in Cohasset, Massachusetts.

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