|Author, Title and Description|
|10 days to a less defiant child : the breakthrough program for overcoming your child's difficult behavior Jeffrey Bernstein. Marlowe & Co., c2006.|
Description: "Dr. Bernstein presents his groundbreaking 10-day program to help you regain control over your defiant child or teen, including those with Oppositional Defiant Disorder. For every frustrated parent, this powerful and accessible book explains what causes defiance in kids and how you can transform their behavior without resorting to yelling. Step by step, improve your relationship in just minutes a day"--Back cover.
|7 steps for developing a proactive schoolwide discipline plan : a guide for principals and leadership teams Geoff Colvin ; foreword by George Sugai. Corwin Press, 2007.|
Description: "Maintaining well-disciplined schools is becoming more difficult in today's educational system, and problem behavior or lack of school discipline is reaching crisis proportions. ... Colvin provides the "what's," "why's," and "how's" for establishing an effective discipline program while promoting an overall positive and welcoming school climate. Emphasizing the critical roles that collaboration and teamwork play in achieving success, this powerful resource presents a seven-step process to assist administrators and teachers in working together to develop and implement a practical and proactive schoolwide discipline plan. Based on a five-year federally funded project at the University of Oregon and field- tested in over 60 schools nationwide, this guidebook is filled with practical checklists and user-friendly forms that include explicit instructions to help educators: define the purpose of the plan ; establish schoolwide behavior expectations ; teach and sustain behavior expectations ; correct problem behaviors ; collect and utilize data ; maintain the plan over time. ... contains a full range of effective behavior management practices to help educators develop a strong, affirming school environment that successfully serves students and staff."--publisher's website.
|The ABC’s of bullying prevention [videorecording (DVD)] : a comprehensive schoolwide approach Kenneth Shore.. National Professional Resources, c2005.|
4 volumes, each has 1 DVD and 1 book (all the books are the same).
Contents: [V. 1.] For parents (29 min.) -- [V. 2] For paraprofessionals (27 min.) -- [V. 3] For teachers (30 min.) -- [V. 4]For school administrators & pupil services staff (32 min.).
Description: Dr. Kenneth Shore, family and educational psychologist presents an innovative plan to address bullying prevention across all constituencies who play a role in a school community. Through the use of the video and the accompanying manual, each stakeholder group learns critical information on what he/she can do to specifically address, reduce and eliminate bullying in our schools.
|Behavioral checklist [kit]. Hawthorne Educational Services, Inc., c2004.|
Description: Scale contains areas for documenting student behaviors at school, in the areas of: academic performance/functional academics, emotional or physical well-being, group behavior, hyperactive/impulsive, inappropriate behavior, interpersonal relationships, listening, motivation, organization, personal hygiene, rules and expectations, social interactions. Form may NOT be faxed or copied; use as necessary, and re-order when low.
|Behavior education program [videorecording (DVD)] : a check-in, check-out intervention for students at risk written by Leanne S. Hawken, Hollie Pettersson, Julie Mootz, Carol Anderson ; produced by Utah's Behavioral Initiative ; directed by Leanne Hawken, Hollie Pettersson, Jon Watkins. Guilford, 2005.|
Contains supplementary down loadable files in Word and PowerPoint that provide guidelines for training and implementation of the BEP in schools
See also: Responding to problem behavior in the schools : the behavior education program / Deanne A. Crone, Leanne S. Hawken, Robert H. Horner. 2nd ed.
Description: This training video demonstrates the Behavior Education Program (BEP). Scenes set in classrooms and other school and home settings depict such non aggressive problem behaviors as disruption, defiance, and tardiness, and show how teachers, other school personnel, and parents can work with students effectively to implement the steps of the BEP. In addition, an interview with BEP co-developer Dr. Leanne S. Hawken provides answers to frequently asked questions.
|Beyond the ABC’s [videorecording (DVD)] : no easy answers produced on the Northern Arizona University Campus by the Arizona Positive Behavior Support Project, Institute for Human Development, IHD Media Center. The Institute, c2006.|
Description: "Recorded from a presentation on June 7, 2004 by Chris Heimerl, this video is designed for staff working with persons with concurrent developmental disabilities and mental health or other behavioral complications. Efforts to assist individuals who exhibit destructive, violent, and sexually aggressive behavior often exhaust our personal and systemic community resources. Communities want certain assurances of safety and responsible use of limited. Viewing this tape, you will gain new ways of understanding and offering support and a renewed commitment. Chris has worked in a variety of Human Service capacities for nearly 30 years. He draws from a person-centered, positive approaches philosophy that has proven effective with numerous people who seriously challenge the system."--Publisher's website.
|Beyond the RTI pyramid : solutions for the first years of implementation William N. Bender. Solution Tree Press, 2009.|
Description: "... helps schools deepen the RTI experience by extending the processes beyond initial implementation. Examples from real schools show how to apply RTI in reading, math, and behavior at elementary and secondary schools. All critical stakeholders in the school community will get a clear sense of their contribution to successful implementation. Benefits: review research and case studies of implementation challenges and solutions from real schools ; understand the supporting role of a school-based task force, and get a planning tool to guide faculty discussions ; find possible resources for time and personnel to support RTI implementation ; learn how to implement RTI across content areas ; discover how to use RTI in middle and high schools ; explore the changing roles of special education teachers, speech language pathologists, school psychologists, and mentors."
|Bigger is better [videorecording (DVD)] : network intervention as mediation of challenging behavior produced on the Northern Arizona University Campus by the Arizona Positive Behavior Support Project, Institute for Human Development, IHD Media Center. The Institute, 2006.|
Description: "... this video outlines examples of how social and communicative interventions affect behavior change and quality of life. Dr. Smalley puts ecological assessments and functional behavior assessment into general practice, addresses difficult issues such as sexuality and scrapes with the law, and forces the issues of self-determination and choice as they apply to the individuals who challenge the system most. Dr. Smalley is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, who has assisted schools, Dept. of Developmental Disabilities, Vocational Rehabilitation, and service providers to successfully serve individuals who would otherwise be considered inappropriate or too challenging."--Publisher's website.
|Building positive behavior support systems in schools : functional behavioral assessment Deanne A. Crone, Robert H. Horner. Guilford Press, 2003.|
Description: "... presents an up-to-date conceptual model and practical tools for meeting the challenges of severe problem behavior in elementary and middle-school settings. The focus is on developing and implementing team-based support plans for the 1-5% of students who require intensive, individualized behavioral assessment and intervention. Outlined are field-tested procedures that enable the practitioner to evaluate student needs using functional behavioral assessment; transform assessment results into practical, function- based interventions; develop school-wide systems that support the assessment and intervention process; establish clear roles for leaders and members of behavior support teams; and work collaboratively with administrators, teachers, students, and parents. A much-needed resource and text, the book features illustrative case examples, figures, and charts. Also included are reproducible assessment instruments, parent and teacher forms, sample meeting agendas, and other useful materials."
|Classwide positive behavior interventions and supports : a guide to proactive classroom management Brandi Simonsen, Diane Myers.|
Description: "A vital classroom management resource, this book shows how to implement positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) in K-12 classrooms, regardless of whether PBIS is adopted schoolwide. Practical, step by step guidelines are provided for structuring the classroom environment, actively engaging students in instruction, teaching positive expectations, and establishing a continuum of strategies to reinforce positive behavior and respond to inappropriate behavior. Numerous real world examples and learning exercises are included. In a large size format with lay flat binding for easy photocopying, the book includes reproducible tools for classwide PBIS planning and implementation. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials"-- Provided by publisher.
|Defusing anger and aggression [videorecording (DVD)] : safe strategies for secondary school educators Geoff Colvin, Ph. D. Iris Media, c2004.|
2 DVDs (identical), one manual, with online resources available from the publisher.
Description: A staff development program to provide secondary school educators with safe strategies for responding to and defusing potentialy serious problem behavior.
|Defusing disruptive behavior in the classroom Geoff Colvin ; foreword by Robert H. Horner. Corwin Press, 2010.|
Description: "When disruptive behavior occurs, your first response can determine the outcome of the situation and how quickly it is resolved. This practical resource offers teachers approaches for immediately defusing disruptive situations, avoiding escalation, and correcting behaviors. ... Colvin introduces seven key behavioral principles and offers specific, research-based strategies for handling disruptions. This resource features: strategies that target specific behaviors, including off-task behavior, rule violations, disrespect, agitation, noncompliance, and threats and intimidation ; common classroom scenarios and solutions for K–12 general and special education teachers ; checklists and action plans for applying the strategies while maintaining the flow of instruction."
|Designing comprehensive interventions for individuals with high-functioning autism and Asperger syndrome : the Ziggurat model Ruth Aspy, and Barry G. Grossman. Autism Asperger Pub. Co., c2008.|
Description: "The Ziggurat Model is a valuable resource for public school professionals who must remain in compliance with federal and state guidelines. Specifically, recent trends in special education law emphasize the use of scientifically based research approaches along with a focus on Response to Intervention (RTI). Additionally, there is a strong push for incorporating positive behavioral interventions and supports (PBIS) based on a functional behavioral assessment. The Ziggurat Model is consistent with these practices. ... This book presents a process and framework for designing comprehensive interventions for individuals of all ages with autism spectrum disorders. The Ziggurat Model was designed to simplify a complex process. Parents and professionals will find the framework of the Ziggurat Model to be a guide in developing more thorough and effective interventions. While the Ziggurat Model is designed to address the needs of all individuals with autism spectrum disorders, this book is written explicitly for the higher functioning population. The book includes assessment tools, case scenarios, and many interventions that were developed with their needs in mind."--publisher's website.
|Discipline in the secondary classroom : a positive approach to behavior management Randall S. Sprick. 2nd ed. Jossey-Bass, 2006.|
Description: "Discipline and lack of motivation are two of the most vexing problems facing teachers today. ... gives high school teachers step-by-step guidance for designing a behavior management plan that will help prevent misbehavior and increase student motivation. The book is a hands-on resource that contains easy-to-implement strategies distilled from a research- based approach that is proactive, instructional, positive, and effective. ... filled with forms, samples, and evaluation tools that will help teachers continually fine-tune their management plan to reach more students. Both new and seasoned teachers will find this book invaluable for designing a management plan that prevents problems, motivates students, and teaches them to behave responsibly. The book also equips the teacher with techniques for responding to misbehavior in a calm and consistent manner."
|The FAST method [kit (DVD)] : reducing problem behaviors in the classroom Iris Media ; executive producers, Adam Wendt and Nell Caraway ; director/writer, Brion Marquez : writer, Michelle Jensen. Iris Media, c2005.|
For grades 7-12.
Description: Understanding the goals of challenging student behavior and responding appropriately to it prevents negative or unproductive behaviors from escalating and sets the stage for building positive, encouraging relationships with students. Using realistic classroom scenarios and easy-to-follow examples, this program trains teachers and staff in recognizing the three main goals of student behavior, using goal analysis to prevent escalation, making effective on-the-spot assessments, responding appropriately, rather than reacting emotionally, and building positive relationships with challenging students.
|Gentle teaching [videorecording (DVD)] : a positive approach for challenges of behavior and learning produced by AZ Positive Behavior Support Project, Institute for Human Development, Northern Arizona University ; AZ TASH. Northern Arizona University, 2000.|
Description: "Dan Hobbs, special educator with 25 years experience in providing "hands-on" training to practitioners in education and human services, presents material recorded at a workshop held in Phoenix November 9-10, 2000. The video gives an overview of the values, goals, and strategies of Gentle Teaching, a multi-faceted approach to life (also applicable to all relationships) that enables practitioners to learn and grow with people who have significant challenges in behaviors and learning."--Publisher's website.
|Handbook of positive behavior support edited by Wayne Sailor ... [et al.]. Springer, 2009.|
Description: “A revolution in working with difficult students began during the 1980s, with a dramatic shift away from dependence on simply punishing bad behavior to reinforcing desired, positive behaviors of children in the classroom. With its foundation in applied behavior analysis (ABA), positive behavior support (PBS) is a social ecology approach that continues to play an increasingly integral role in public education as well as mental health and social services nationwide. …gathers into one concise volume the many elements of this burgeoning field and organizes them into a powerful, dynamic knowledge base – theory, research, and applications“—publisher’s website.
|Implementing positive behavior support systems in early childhood and elementary settings Melissa Stormont ... [et al.]. Corwin Press, 2008.|
Description: "This easy-to-read resource presents the Programwide/Schoolwide Positive Behavioral Support (PW/SW-PBS) system, a preventive, research-based approach that helps educators teach classroom behavior skills the same way they teach academic skills. The authors outline the PW/SW-PBS model, describe the core practices, and provide case examples to aid implementation. Key features of this instruction-based system include: differing levels of intervention to meet individual student needs ; clearly stated behavioral expectations ; consistent acknowledgment of students' mastery of expectations ; systematic use of consequences for problem behavior. This user-friendly text makes the principles of PW/SW-PBS easy to apply for educators who are committed to helping young students establish positive behavioral habits that will make learning a joy for all."
|Intervention strategies documentation form. Hawthorne Educational Services, Inc., c1989.|
Description: "...provides a report of chosen intervention strategies and dates of implementation. The implementer indicates which intervention strategies have been successful/unsuccessful for each behavior."--Publisher's website.
Scale contains areas for documenting student history, concerns and interventions. Form may NOT be faxed or copied; use as necessary, and re-order when low.
|Life Space Crisis Intervention : talking with students in conflict Nicholas J. Long, Mary M. Wood, Frank A. Fecser. 2nd ed. Pro-Ed, c2001.|
Description: "Totally revised and updated! New chapter on working with staff who inadvertently perpetuate conflict with a student New appendix on the future of LSCI Here's a professional resource for educators, psychologists, and counselors that focuses on Life Space Crisis Intervention, a strategy to help guide young people through stressful experiences.The second edition of this important book offers a significant breakthrough in teaching professionals the unique skills of interviewing children and youth during interpersonal crises. Part One prepares an adult to deal with all aspects of student stress. Part Two teaches the six sequential steps involved in carrying out successful life space crisis intervention, based on Fritz Redl's concepts. Part Three describes six types of therapeutic life space crisis interventions that are typical and beneficial to students in conflict. This book is a must have for special educators, counselors, principals, child care workers, social workers, probation workers, and psychologists who work with students who have special needs."
|Managing middle school classrooms [videorecording (DVD)] : behavior expectations Iris Media Inc. Iris Media Inc., c2008.|
1 DVD, 1 guide, online resources available via publisher’s website
Description: Establishing behavior expectations is one of the first steps in creating a positive classroom climate. When teachers proactively communicate their behavior expectations to students, they can minimize problem behaviors and create more time for classroom instruction. This program introduces a seven-step strategy for managing behavior expectations.
Contents: 1. The proactive approach -- 2. Identify -- 3. Organize -- 4. Communicate -- 5. Monitor -- 6. Review -- 7. Expect the ideal.
|Managing non-compliance [videorecording (DVD)] : effective strategies for K-12 teachers Iris Media Inc. ; execituve producers, Nell Caraway, Adam Wendt ; writers, Geoff Colvin and Brion Marquez ; director, Brion Marquez. Iris Media, c2005.|
2 DVDs, 1 manual, online resources available for download from the publisher’s website.
Description: Analyzes disruptive classroom behavior and demonstrates how to effectively handle the most common and troublesome non-compliant behaviors.
|Managing threats [videorecording (DVD)] developed and produced by Geoff Colvin and IRIS Media, Inc. ; director/editor, Adam Wendt ; scriptwriter, Brion Marquez. Iris Media, c2009.|
1 DVD, with 1 manual
Description: "The purpose of this staff development program is to provide educators, K-12, with information and training on an action plan for managing student threats. The basic approach is to treat threats as serious student behavior and to develop an action plan that is safe, sensible and practical."-- Manual.
|Parenting with positive behavior support : a practical guide to resolving your child's difficult behavior by Meme Hieneman, Karen Childs, and Jane Sergay. Paul Brookes, Description: "Now the theory and research behind the positive behavior support (PBS) process — an approach already proven effective in schools and community programs — has been transformed into a practical, easy-to-use guide that's perfect for sharing with parents. Developed by educators and families, this user-friendly handbook offers parents easy- to-follow guidelines for identifying the reasons for their children's behavior and effectively intervening through three basic methods: ; preventing problems ; replacing behavior ; managing consequences. The included exercises and worksheets help parents easily track their child's progress, and three illuminating chapter-long case studies walk parents through PBS and show them how this process can transform family life."|
|Prevent, teach, reinforce : the school-based model of individualized positive behavior support by Glen Dunlap ... [et al.]. Paul H. Brookes, 2010.|
Description: "Solve serious behavior challenges in K–8 classrooms with this easy-to-use book, the first practical guide to the research-proven Prevent-Teach- Reinforce (PTR) model. Developed by some of the most respected authorities on positive behavior support, this innovative model gives school-based teams a five-step plan for reducing problems unresolved by typical behavior management strategies. With this thorough blueprint for PTR, education professionals will learn how to prevent behavior problems by adjusting the curriculum and environment; teach proactive communication skills; and reinforce prosocial behavior and academic achievement. This highly successful model is proven effective by research and field testing in real classrooms—PTR was shown to reduce behavior problems and increase evidence of social skilland academic engagement detailed and explicit, with five systematic steps that take educators beyond tips and strategies (see below) consistent with the popular positive behavior support approach and derived from the principles and many procedures of applied behavior analysis easily adaptable to the needs and goals of each individual student effective for a wide variety of students: typically developing students and those who have autism, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, and other challenges. On the included CD-ROM are all the printable forms and tools needed to implement PTR, such as Behavior Support Plan templates and a Functional Behavioral Assessment. With this comprehensive model, education professionals will resolve even the toughest classroom behavior challenges—and remove a significant barrier to effective teaching and student achievement. The PTR model—5 steps to better behavior! (1) Team building among teachers, administrators, behavior experts, parents, and other members of the student's education team (2) Goal setting and data collection to evaluate the status of the student's behavior and ensure shared priorities (3) PTR assessment to understand the student's behavior problems and any influencing factors (4) PTR intervention strategies—effective individualized plans (5) Evaluation of the effects of PTR intervention."
System requirements for accompanying CD: System requirements for CD-ROM: PC; 16 MB RAM; 24 MB free hard drive space; Windows 95 or higher; or, Mac OS 8.6 or higher; CD-ROM drive.
|Responding to problem behavior in schools : the behavior education program Deanne A. Crone, Leanne S. Hawken, Robert H. Horner. 2nd ed. Guilford Press, 2010.|
See also the related DVD: The Behavior Education Program.
Contents: 1. Introduction to the Behavior Education Program -- 2. The context for positive behavior support in schools -- 3. The basic BEP : critical features and processes -- 4. Getting a BEP intervention started -- 5. Roles, responsibilities, and training needs related to implementing the BEP -- 6. Designing the BEP to fit your school -- 7. Measuring response to the BEP intervention and fading -- 8. The modified BEP : adaptations and elaborations -- 9. High school implementation of the BEP -- 10. Adapting the BEP for preschool settings -- 11. Cultural considerations and adaptations for the BEP -- 12. Frequently asked questions and troubleshooting the BEP implementation -- Appendices -- References -- Index.
|The role of functional behavioral assessment in positive behavioral support [videorecording (DVD)] produced by AZ Positive Behavior Support Project, Institute for Human Development, Northern Arizona University. Northern Arizona University, c2001.|
Description: "Recorded from a presentation in Phoenix on April 12, 2001 by Mark Durand, this video outlines how a functional model of problem behavior can aid educators in identifying reasons for misbehaviors and offers novel guidelines for designing positive behavioral support plans. Dr. Durand, director of the New York Autism Network, has authored 11 books and 50 research publications primarily focused on assessment and treatment of self-injurious and disruptive behaviors."--Publisher's website.
|School-based behavioral assessment : informing intervention and instruction Sandra Chafouleas, T. Chris Riley-Tillman, George Sugai. Guilford Press, 2007.|
Contents: Introduction to school-based behavioral assessment -- Behavioral assessment within the context of the whole school -- Using extant data in behavioral assessment -- Systematic direct observation -- Direct behavior ratings -- Behavior rating scales -- Putting it all together: selecting behavioral assessment tools.
|School consultation : conceptual and empirical bases of practice William P. ERchul, Brian K. Martens. Springer, 2010.|
Contents: Part I. Background. 1. Introduction to consultation -- 2. Problem solving and response to intervention -- 3. Promoting change in schools -- 4. The school as a setting for consultation. Part II. Consultation processes and outcomes. 5. Bases of an integrated model of school consultation -- 6. Model description and application -- 7. Assessment in school consultation -- 8. Selecting effective school-based interventions. Part III. Key participants in consultation. 9. Teachers as consultees -- 10. Students as clients -- 11. Consultation case study -- 12. Epilog: The effective practice of school consultation -- References -- Author index -- Subject index.
|Schoolwide behavioral support [videorecording (DVD)] executive producers, Leonard C. Burrello, Mary Jo Dare ; producers, Cynthia Jackson, Stephen Buckmann, Sandra Washburn, Jotham Burrello ; script team, Leonard C. Burrello ... [et al.] ; this has been a co-production between the Forum on Education and the Indianapolis Public Schools' Department of Special Education and Student Services in conjunction with Elephant Rock Productions, Inc. and Indiana University Radio/Television Services. 1 DVD.|
Discription: Many educators believe that teaching and learning must become more personalized if we hope to meet society's high expectations. Part of that personalization means confronting the problem behaviors that disrupt learning, and then socializing all students to a school's culture. In effect, educators must teach behavior just as they teach academics. This video is a great overview of the process. It shows great trainers, and provides good examples, with an emphasis on teaching. It has an excellent data review section.
|Skills in youth suicide prevention [videorecording (DVD)] : recognizing and responding to teen distress Iris Media, Inc. Iris Media, c2008.|
1 DVD, 1 viewer’s guide, 5 cards; online resources are available for download from the publisher’s website.
Description: "Schools can play a strategic role in youth suicide prevention. All staff can learn to recognize and respond to students who may be depressed, distressed or having thoughts of suicide. Teachers, school staff, and anyone who routinely works with youth can beneficially affect the outcomes of teen distress when they know how to recognize and respond."--Adapted from container back.
|Strategies at hand [activity card] : quick and handy positive behavior support strategies Tracy G Mueller and Robin D. Brewer. Autism Asperger Publishing Co., 2010.|
Description:Created to provide special and general education teachers as well as paraeducators and others with a variety of educational tools that can be easily accessed to address behavior management with students in school, classroom, and community.
|Supporting a person with challenging behaviors [videorecording (DVD)] : supporting the people who care produced by AZ Positive Behavior Support Project, Institute for Human Development, Northern Arizona University. Northern Arizona University, c2000.|
Description: "Recorded from a presentation in Phoenix on March 13, 2000, by David Pitonyak, who is a human services consultant interested in positive approaches to challenging behaviors. He believes that challenging behaviors are "messages" which can tell us important things about the individual and his or her surroundings. Understanding the "meaning" of an individual's challenging behaviors if the first step in supporting the person (and the person's supporters) to change. The video was recorded at a workshop on March 13, 2000 held in Phoenix ."--Publisher's website.
|Sustainable behavior support [videorecording (DVD)] : organizing behaviour [sic] support for lifestyle impact produced by AZ Positive Behavior Support Project, Institute for Human Development, Northern Arizona University.|
Description: "Dr. Rob Horner, professor of special education, specializes in instructional and behavior support strategies for individuals with moderate to severe disabilities. He also offers ways to use assessment tools to design supports around the person in order to change lives and behavior for the better. This video, recorded at a workshop on November 22, 2002 , presents approaches for on-going assessment and revision of behavior support plans for those with challenging behaviors."--Publisher's website.
|Systematic supervision [videorecording (DVD)] : high school : a positive way to monitor common areas executive producer, Nell Caraway ; writers, Brion Marquez ... [et al.] ; directors, Adam Wendt, Phil Gerke and Brion Marquez. Iris Media, c2006.|
1 DVD, 1 viewer’s guide, 1 trainer’s guide, 5 cards
Contents: What is systematic supervision? -- Be active : move & scan -- Be positive : connect & reinforce -- Respond to problems -- Communicate.
Description: School staff who supervise playgrounds, hallways, cafeterias, study halls, parking lots, and hangout areas can apply school-wide positive behavior support strategies to keep these common areas safe.
|Systematic supervision [videorecording (DVD)] : middle school : a positive way to monitor common areas Stephen Smith and Jeff Sprague. Iris Media, c2006.|
2 DVDs, 1 viewer’s guide, 1 trainer’s guide, 1 common area behavior log, 5 reminder cards
Description: "When common area supervisors apply the principles of school-wide positive behavior support, they will feel less stress and enjoy their jobs more! With this program, middle school staff who supervise hallways, cafeterias, study halls, and hangout areas learn to: move and scan while supervising, build positive relationships with students, respond appropriately to problem behavior, communicate effectively with students, staff and parents, work as a team to support appropriate student behavior."--Container back.
|Systematic supervision [videorecording (DVD)] : elementary school : creating a safe & positive playground [presented by] Iris Media in association with Stephen Smith and Jeffrey Sprague ; executive producer, Nell Caraway ; director/writer, Adam Wendt ; line producer/writer/editor, Laura Strobel ; writer, Stephen G. Smith. Iris Media, c2004|
3 DVDs, , 1 viewer’s guide, 1 trainer’s guide, 1 common area behavior log, 5 reminder cards, 1 whistle
Description: Professional development program that gives administrators materials they need to train playgound staff in effective supervision techniques. The program uses vignette-based video instruction to teach tested techniques to staff who can use the material to create and maintain a safe and positive playground. Third DVD is titled Play by the rules.
|Teach all, reach all : instructional design & delivery with TGIF Susan L. Mulkey & Karen A. Kemp. Pacific Northwest Publishing, 2009.|
1 book with 1 CD-ROM of reproducible forms.
Description: "... provides more than 175 practical classroom strategies with a companion CD of reproducible forms, including one to guide effective lesson design. Instructional design and delivery become even more critical as schools implement Response to Intervention (RTI). The fundamental concept of RTI is that students receive high-quality instruction and interventions that enable them to be successful. RTI has the advantage of broad application-it can potentially benefit all students. Likewise, this book is about high-quality instruction and interventions that are available for all students and grade levels."--publisher's website.
|The teacher's encyclopedia of behavior management : 100 problems/500 plans Randall S. Sprick, Lisa M. Howard. Sopris West, c1995.|
Description: "This reference is intended to provide teachers with a wide variety of intervention plans for responding to behavior, discipline, and motivation problems. While most interventions are based on behavioral research, others are derived from counseling, Adlerian psychology, social learning theory, and cognitive/behavior modification approaches. An introduction describes the overall organization of the book and explains how to use it. The bulk of the book consists of a listing of approximately 100 common classroom problems. For each problem, general considerations are offered, followed by model intervention plans for differing levels of problem severity and suggested steps for developing and implementing an intervention plan. For a few problem behaviors, there are not suggested plans because the behavior involves complex issues. In these cases a reference for a more comprehensive text is provided. Examples of the problems addressed include: absenteeism, aggression, apathetic behavior, babyish behavior, bossiness, chair tipping, cheating, complaining, dawdling, depression, disrespectful behavior, drug use, fighting, forgetting materials, homework issues, hygiene problems, lying, passive resistance, perfectionism, self-concept problems, stealing, and problems in work completion. Three appendices provide additional information on the topics of reinforcing appropriate behavior, assigning responsibilities to jobs, and responding to inappropriate behavior. (Contains 77 references.)"
|Think first : addressing aggressive behavior in secondary schools Jim Larson. Guilford Press, c2005.|
Contents: The problem and directions for change -- The context of aggressive student behavior: creating effective, whole-school environmental strategies -- Rationale and best practices for anger and aggression management skills training -- Screening, identification, and assessment for anger and aggression management training -- Getting started with anger and aggression management skills training -- Introduction to the treatment manual -- Module I. Introduction, choices, and consequences -- Module II. Hassle Log and Anger Reducers -- Module III. Anger triggers and attribution retraining -- Module IV. Self-instruction and consequential thinking -- Module V. Social problem-solving.
|Time timer 8”. Time Timer LLC, 2010?|
Description: For individuals with perceptual problems. Clock has a red disc hand that illustrates the concept of elapsed time. Optional audible signal. Requires 1 AA battery.
Time timer 3”. Time Timer LLC, 2010.
Description: For individuals with perceptual problems. Clock has a red disc hand that illustrates the concept of elapsed time. Optional audible signal. Requires 1 AA battery.
|Working with people with challenging behaviors : a guide for maintaining positive relationships by Nathan Ory. High Tide Press, 2007.|
Description: "... includes a wealth of compassionate methods for working with emotionally fragile, highly agitated, socially disruptive, perseverative, aggressive and other behaviors. Every behavior is addressed with prevention, guidance, training and crisis management techniques. The lively new design makes teaching and training easy. And, seven new appendices are added to this 2nd edition... suitable for education, behavioral health and disability professionals."-- amazon.com