Positive Behavior Support at the Tertiary Level

Positive Behavior Support at the Tertiary Level

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Help students move from the a€œred 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 a€œred 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: a€c Children ages 1a€“3 need 13a€“14 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


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