Help students move from the ared zonea to the success zone! How would you respond to a student who has tantrums or hits other students? These and other extremely challenging behaviors are identified as tertiary level or ared zonea by the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) model. Laura A. Riffel describes in teacher-friendly terms how to use this model to create an intervention plan to modify behavior that disrupts learning. Research-based tools for general and special educators, administrators, and counselors include: A data-driven approach to solving problems Techniques and strategies for collecting and analyzing data Methods for teaching replacement behavior Examples that show how to modify consequencescana#39;t wait to read it again.a On the ... Many parents do not know how many hours of sleep a student should have. According to WebMD (Gelfand, 2009), these are the hours of sleep according to age: ac Children ages 1a3 need 13a14 hours a day. ... One book is for elementary students, and one book is for secondary students.
|Title||:||Positive Behavior Support at the Tertiary Level|
|Author||:||Laura A. Riffel|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2011-05-03|