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Five Universal Principles of Positive Behavior Support

Five Universal Principles of Positive Behavior Support | Special Education

Description

A resource for managing studentsí in-class conduct

After working with children with challenging behaviors for 30 years, Dr. Annemieke Golly has identified five universal principles for managing their in-class conduct and shows how to implement them.

Dr. Golly has identified five universal principles for managing their in-class conduct:

  • Being Respectful
  • Modeling Behaviors
  • Having Clear Expectations
  • Maintaining Routines
  • Dealing with Chronic Misbehaviors

Here, in her latest book, she shows you how to implement them in the context of a schoolwide positive behavior support system.

In addition, Dr. Golly looks at the two main areas of chronic misbehaviors, attention seeking and escape/avoidance behaviors, and shows you how to identify and work with them.

Softbound book, 110 pages., 2006.

Five Universal Principles of Positive Behavior Support

Five Universal Principles of Positive Behavior Sup
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Price: $24.50   SRP: $25.00


Features and Benefits

  • Provides five principles applicable across the classroom
  • Includes guidance for implementing a schoolwide system
  • Tackles how to identify and decrease two common misbehaviors

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