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.
|Number of Pages||110|
|Author||Dr. Annemieke Golly|