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Positive Behavioral Supports for the Classroom, Enhanced Pearson eText -- Access Card, Misc. Supplies, 3 Edition by Scheuermann, Brenda

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Misc. Supplies: 3 Edition
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Publication Date: 2014-12-24
Publisher: Pearson
Misc. Supplies : 480 pages
Edition: 3 Edition
Author: Scheuermann, Brenda
ISBN-10: 0133958906
ISBN-13: 9780133958904

Product Description    Readers get the latest in research and practice from the field of positive behavior interventions and support, with foundational principles and practices from applied behavior analysis.   KEY TOPICS: This text provides a balance of theory and real-world strategies for behavior management in the classroom, structured around the response-to-intervention model.   MARKET: Pre-service, new and beginning special education and regular classroom teachers From the Back Cover In the new edition of Positive Behavioral Supports for the Classroom, pre- and in-service regular and special education classroom teachers get the latest in research and practice from the field of positive behavior interventions and support, with foundational principles and practices from applied behavior analysis. The book’s emphasis is on a multi-tiered system of support for developing positive behaviors in children and youth, preventing challenging behaviors, and managing challenging behaviors efficiently and effectively school-wide, in classrooms, and for individual students. A wide variety of concepts and techniques are covered, ranging from the most basic through advanced.   Invigorate learning with the Enhanced Pearson eTextThis access code card provides access to the new Enhanced Pearson eText, a rich, interactive learning environment designed to improve student mastery of content with the following multimedia features: Embedded videos. Students see the concepts and ideas in action. Links to YouTube and other videos show the concepts and techniques in the chapter, or expanded explanations of those concepts and techniques. The videos are carefully selected to illustrate important points from the chapter. Toolbox pop-up features help readers implement the techniques correctly. Understand how to apply the techniques with a more concrete model. Demonstration pop-up features provide examples and illustrations of the techniques. Use Vanderbilt University’s IRIS Center as a resource. Online, multimedia learning modules available through the IRIS Center cover topics presented in the text. The modules provide excellent opportunities for using learning activities described in the text’s chapters. About the Author Brenda Scheuermann is a professor of special education and coordinator of graduate programs in Behavioral Disorders/Positive Behavior Supports at Texas State University. She is the co-author of three textbooks and numerous articles on best practices in teaching students who exhibit challenging behaviors, school wide and individual positive behavior supports, and implementation of positive behavior supports in juvenile justice settings. Dr. Scheuermann consults with school districts and juvenile justice agencies, and is a frequent speaker and workshop provider for educators, juvenile justice professionals, and members of the juvenile justice system, at the state and national level. She co-chaired the Association for Positive Behavioral Supports committee on Individual Standards of Practice. Dr. Scheuermann is well known for her work in improving practices for children and adolescents with behavior disorders in all types of educational and residential settings, and for her efforts to educate professionals about effective services for these youngsters.   Judy A. Hall is retired from public school education after almost 30 years of service. During this time she worked as a Teacher, a Behavior Specialist, and a Teacher Trainer with students ranging in age from 5 to 19 years.  Because of her love for educational experiences, she continues to work as a Learning Specialist at Saint Dominic Savio Catholic High School.

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