This book serves as a reference guide on the implementation of basic and more advanced behavior management strategies. It covers the principles and application of basic learning theories as well as those that integrate cognitions and emotions in treatment frameworks.
Presents general strategies for encouraging appropriate student behaviors, such as providing structure through scheduling, creating a positive environment, being consistent, and planning for instruction.
Authored by nationally recognized scholar and behavioral consultant Dr. John W. Maag, this book focuses primarily on students' observable behaviors and the environmental factors that affect their expression. As Maag points out, behavior management is probably one of the most misunderstood concepts in education. Written in a very accessible style, this book demystifies stereotypical beliefs and misconceptions regarding the use of reinforcement, punishment, and self-control. Maag offers clear, but detailed descriptions of proven intervention techniques, supplemented by a range of step-by-step guidelines, sample forms, charts, graphs, and illustrations that assist teachers in implementing the techniques. Although the techniques described in the book are based on a sound theoretical and empirical foundation, the author limits the use of technical jargon and infuses real-life examples and case studies that clarify and illuminate the presentation. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
For undergraduate and Special Education or General Education graduate courses in Special Education, Behavior Management and Classroom Management, or Applied Behavior Analysis. Behavior Management: Applications for Teachers, Fifth Edition, provides a comprehensive and theoretical overview of behavior management and classroom management that includes introduction, definitions, assessment (functional and formal), strategies, numerous applications, field-based examples, and real-life case studies. The focus of the strategies presented in this text is on positive behavioral support and the prevention of challenging behavior within the classroom setting. Particular attention is paid to special populations, such as young children, teens, and students from diverse backgrounds. The text is packed with classroom connection vignettes, follow-up discussion questions per classroom connection, practical applications and examples so that the content is clear to the reader and easily applied to the classroom. The author clearly examines appropriate implementation strategies to use in a variety of settings--from classroom and recreational venues, to day care centers and in the home. often-ignored issues encountered by classroom teachers on a daily basis: diversity, assessment, legal challenges, and specific age-related concerns. Recognizing that the most-effective behavior management strategy is teaching and reinforcing appropriate behavior, this applications-targeted text again provides a thorough treatment of both the technical and the functional aspects of behavior analysis.
This text utilizes a three stage approach to classroom behaviour management to assist teachers to avoid behaviour problems, manage those that cannot be avoided and resolve those that cannot be managed.
Guiding patient behavior is as important as ever for thepracticing dentist, and the behavior of pediatric patients isperhaps the most challenging to manage. Drs. Wright and Kupietzkyhere update Dr. Wright’s classic work on managing pediatricdental patients. Behavior Management in Dentistry for Children,2ndEdition, has been entirely rewritten and includes the latestand most effective management strategies from an international teamof experts in the field. The book addresses the influence of familyand parenting styles on children’s behavior and the factorsthat determine how children behave in the dental office.Pharmacological and non-pharmacological management techniques aredescribed in depth, as are techniques for dealing with specialneeds patients. Clinical scenarios are described throughout thebook, with practical application of the taught principles. Thefinal part of the book covers the dental environment—trainingoffice personnel to manage children’s behavior, practicalconsiderations for behavior guidance, and the effects of thephysical dental office environment. Behavior Management in Dentistry for Children,2ndEdition, is ideal for pediatric residents, dental students, andpracticing dentists who see children on a regular basis.
This book will be invaluable to teachers and other education professionals interested in behavior management, discipline, and colleague support issues.
Why do children do the things they do? What can teachers do to manage it all? While there is not a simple method for understanding and managing all behaviors or all children, teachers can give young children the social and emotional tools needed to grow and thrive on their own. Developed and tested in the classroom, Beyond Behavior Management, is a strength-based approach to guiding and managing young children's behavior by helping them build and use essential life skills—attachment, collaboration, self-regulation, adaptability, contribution, and belonging—into the daily life of the early childhood classroom. As a result, children will learn to exhibit more pro-social behaviors, work better as a community, and become excited and active learners. This edition includes two new chapters and content reflecting early learning standards, new research, cultural diversity, and strategies to strengthen the home-school connection. Discussion and reflection questions, exercises, journal assignments, child profile templates, a planning worksheet, and sample scripts are also included. Jenna Bilmes is an early childhood consultant and an instructional designer for WestEd Child and Family Services. She is a frequent presenter to teachers, administrators, and counselors nationally and internationally.
This publication presents a system of proactive classroom management for use in elementary school, grades K-6. Characteristics of the proactive concept are described as: (1) planning for prevention rather than reaction to behavior problems; (2) considering the classroom as a total process of facilitating achievement as well as appropriate behavior; (3) dealing with the entire class rather than with individual student behavior; and (4) defining behavior management as an entire system utilizing the principles of behavior theory rather than isolated techniques. An overview is provided of behavioral principles that will give teachers a broad-based understanding of why children behave and misbehave. A classroom management system is presented based on behavioral principles. The book is organized into eight chapters: (1) The Behavior Management Hierarchy; (2) Classroom Environment; (3) Scheduling; (4) Affecting Antecedents: Rules and Routines; (5) Reinforcement Strategies; (6) Parental Involvement; (7) Using Consequences To Affect Behaviors; and (8) Concluding Remarks, consisting of a checklist to help in assessing the classroom and for troubleshooting behavior problems. (LL)
Pressure on teachers is increasing. Bureaucrats, economists, parent groups and students are all placing extra emphasis on teacher accountability and performance. Adding to this pressure are rising concerns about student behaviour. This difficult problem is having a marked effect on the stress levels and self-esteem of teachers. As more schools focus their attention on developing whole-school strategies for dealing with student behaviour, the need for a book to support teachers as they strive to develop a behaviour management policy is evident. Bill Rogers, who has many years of international experience of working on behaviour management, offers practical suggestions. He describes positive discipline and the importance o
Facts101 is your complete guide to Behavior Management. In this book, you will learn topics such as Ensuring Ethical Practices in the Delivery of Positive Behavior Supports, Prevention of Challenging Behavior, Understanding Functional Behavior Assessment, and Single-Subject Design plus much more. With key features such as key terms, people and places, Facts101 gives you all the information you need to prepare for your next exam. Our practice tests are specific to the textbook and we have designed tools to make the most of your limited study time.
For special education courses in behaviour management, this second edition text presents a proactive behaviour management system for decreasing behaviour problems in the classroom and the school, plus a full range of strategies for correcting disruptive behaviour once it has occurred.
Rev. ed. of: Managing disruptive behaviors in the schools: Boston: Allyn and Bacon, c2003.
Macciomei and Ruben provide the first compendium entirely devoted to the exigency and pathology of serious teen aggression. Failures of traditional disciplinary practice cause perennial frustrations for principals, teachers, and school districts. This professional guide steps up to the challenge of this chaos and provides empirically tested methods for classroom application including advancing steps to integrate school and community, alternative assessments, cultural diversity programming, and peer-mediation innovations.
- Develop your own 10-step program to manage behavior in your own setting - Maximize your participants' learning while empowering, rather than controlling, their behavior - Discover positive and creative ways to promote responsible behavior and redirect disruptive behavior Most new teachers, coaches, and recreation leaders who leave the profession do so because of behavior issues. Even when you have the subject knowledge and leadership skills you need, if participants' problem behaviors are not handled effectively, learning, performance, and enjoyment will suffer. Positive Behavior Management in Physical Activity Settings, Second Edition, will help you manage your participants' behavior, whether you're a new or veteran teacher, coach, or recreation leader. This text, in an updated and expanded edition, will help you motivate your participants and create a physical activity environment that is conductive to learning and performance. In addition, the book provides methods for teaching participants to take personal and social responsibility for themselves, which serve to empower rather than control them. With its focus expanded to include a variety of physical activity settings, Positive Behavior Management in Physical Activity Settings, Second Edition, will help you discover positive and creative ways to promote responsible behavior as well as prevent and redirect disruptive behavior. Using approaches from psychology, special education, and general education, you will learn how to apply proven practices for maintaining and enhancing appropriate behavior in your setting. The result is that your teaching or coaching goes more smoothly and your participants' learning and enjoyment are maximized. This new edition features the following: - Real-life scenarios across a variety of physical activity settings, including three situations that are introduced at the beginning of the book and discussed at the end of each chapter - 28 checklists and worksheets - Real-world tips and proven strategies - A refined 10-step program to help you develop your own behavior management plan - An annotated list of more than 20 Web sites on behavior management that the authors have found useful Positive Behavior Management in Physical Activity Settings, Second Edition, provides you with ideas that you can apply to your setting and needs. Its ready-to-go reproducibles and checklists are time savers as they help you immediately implement sound strategies. With their years of experience, the authors understand the challenges you face, and they guide you in developing your own approach to promoting responsible and positive behavior in your setting. Part Iexplores the challenges in creating a positive atmosphere and details proactive management techniques. Part IIanalyzes various behavioral approaches and methods, including those for maintaining and increasing desired behaviors and for decreasing inappropriate behaviors. It also lays out, step by step, a practical 10-step program for developing your own behavior management plan.
This book examines the intersection of Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) and Industrial and Organizational Psychology (I/O Psychology). It argues that, whilst OBM and I/O Psychology have developed simultaneously, they have done so with minimal integration. I/O Psychology, a somewhat older field, has evolved to become widely accepted, both influencing management and social sciences and being affected by them. It can be viewed as a research-oriented subject that is closely aligned with human resources functions. With regards to the intersection of I/O Psychology with OBM, some practices are more closely related than others; and of those that are related, some are relatively consistent with OBM practices, while others are very inconsistent. Most I/O Psychology interventions focus on many people simultaneously, seeking to ensure that one intervention affects multiple employees as a cost-efficient way to improve organizations, while OBM is usually better than I/O Psychology at improving the behaviors of individuals and smaller groups or workers. This book provides a framework for understanding differences and similarities between I/O Psychology and OBM, and as such is an innovative compendium for students, scholars, applied psychologists, and human resource specialists. It was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management.
Cases in Behavior Management provides realistic, context-rich narratives of behavior problems and social conflicts occurring in school-based and home/community settings. Thoughtfully selected, cases reflect four environments (school classroom, school nonclassroom, home, and community) and address a broad range of ages and issues. Cases fall into two types-professional interventions and parent/teacher collaborations-and span across levels of development and forms of classroom organization. Each case consists of two parts (a quick description of the problem incident and background information concerning the individuals and context) and provides an excellent springboard for discussion, thought and debate.
This book is a call to educate rather than control. It shows how to create a noncoercive behavior management program in which students learn to intentionally use their emotions to guide them in making responsible, need-fulfilling choices. Covers areas such as learning; interpersonal relationships; problem solving; and adapting to the complex demands of growth, development, and change. The appendix presents seven lessons to give students a basic understanding of their behavior -- emphasizing that all behavior is purposeful and that all behavior is chosen.
Here is an intriguing look at the basic principles of organizational behavior management and their relationship to the more traditional psychological/managerial characterizations of human behavior modification within organizations. Organizational behavior management specialists explore the applications and issues regarding behavioral procedures in the public sector and examine the recent success of behavior modification as it has been used in business, industry, and government. Supervisors and managers in business, industry, and government will find these principles and illustrations readily applicable to their organizations.
Previous eds. entered under: Walker, James Edwin, 1941-