This latest revised edition enhances the most popular book in the Teachers' Guides to Inclusive Practices series with new and expanded information on an issue every teacher wants to know more about: effective behavioral support. Updated throughout, this easy-to-read guidebook gives educators a new plan for implementing positive behavior support, both in the classroom and across an entire school.
Teachers, administrators, school staff, and parents will use the 3 tiers of the proven PBS process to conduct universal interventions with the whole school, selected interventions with students exhibiting risk behaviors, and specialized interventions with students who need intensive, individualized help. They'll also get research-based and evidence-based strategies they'll use to help their students
improve communication, social, and self-control skills
form positive relationships with classmates, teachers, and other community members
take a more active part in their school, classroom, and community
With the ready-to-use strategies in this concise guide and the many helpful worksheets, educators will help all of their students make positive changes to their behavior—changes that will lead to smoother classroom functioning and higher academic achievement.
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About the Authors
Chapter 1: Positive Behavior Support
Chapter 2: Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support
Chapter 3: Selected Interventions for Students at Risk for Behavior Problems
Chapter 4: Individualized Positive Behavior Support: Conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment
Chapter 5: Designing, Using, and Evaluating Individualized Positive Behavior Supports
Appendix A: Blank Forms
Appendix B: Resources on Behavioral Support