Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-4758-4451-1 • Hardback • January 2019 • $67.00 • (£52.00)
978-1-4758-4452-8 • Paperback • January 2019 • $31.00 • (£23.99)
978-1-4758-4453-5 • eBook • January 2019 • $29.50 • (£22.99)
Edward Cancio is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Toledo in Ohio. Ed has a wealth of experience in working with students with challenging behaviors in schools in Illinois. He holds a doctorate from the Utah State University and is the past president of the Ohio Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders. He is a recognized speaker in the area of teacher stress and implementing motivational systems for students.
Mary Camp has over 40 years of experience in working with students with behavioral and emotional disorders. She was the administrator of a special school for students, with severe emotional disabilities, in Peoria, Illinois. Mary holds an ED. D. from Illinois State University. She is a Past President of the Illinois Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders. She is a recognized speaker in the area of autism, transition, and evidence-based interventions. She has frequently taught college classes as an adjunct professor at various colleges.
Beverley H. Johns is currently a Professional Fellow at MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois, and has had over 33 years experience working with students with the most significant behavioral disorders. She was the administrator of an alternative school for students with behavioral disorders. She is the author or co-author of twenty two books on the subject of working with students with special needs. She is a Past President of the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders and serves on the board of the Illinois Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders.
Chapter One—Who Is In Our Classrooms Today
Chapter Two—Identification, Evaluation, Placement, IEP, and BIP
Chapter Three—Setting Up Your Classroom to Meet Behavioral/Emotional Challenges
Chapter Four—Building Relationships with Students
Chapter Five—The Importance of Collaboration
Chapter Six--Taking Care of Yourself to be Effective with Students
Appropriate behavior management is essential component in a successful learning environment. Classrooms today include a wide range of abilities and disabilities making behavior management difficult. This book provides detailed information for beginning teachers on how to establish a positive learning environment for students. It also provides easy to understand steps and suggestions for developing behavior intervention plans and functional analysis of behaviors. The authors provide realistic, step by step tips that will assist teachers of all levels of education in evaluating student learning and behavior.— Linda McKee, Retired Special Education Administrator
This two volume resource, a practitioner’s toolkit, is rich with evidence-based strategies for new and veteran teachers of troubled and troubling students. Based on a framework of professional standards, the authors provide a very reader friendly guide to the implementation of essential knowledge and skills ranging from identification and early intervention to transition, and seldom included topics such as physical health and creative arts.
— Sheldon Braaten, PhD, executive director, Behavioral Institute for Children and Adolescents