Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-4758-4756-7 • Hardback • February 2019 • $71.00 • (£55.00)
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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—Evidence-Based Behavioral Interventions
Chapter Two—Evidence-Based Academic Interventions
Chapter Three—Building Physical Fitness and Wellness
Chapter Four—Creative Arts and Their Role in Working with Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders
Chapter Five—Teaching Social Skills
Chapter Six—Planning for Effective Transitions
This book is a must have for teachers who wishes to expand their knowledge and skills in the area of behavior management and for related service personnel who are involved in developing Behavior Improvement Plans. It provides a comprehensive overview of strategies, and examples of how they can be used in the school environment. Included in each description of strategies are barriers that might limit results and suggestions of how to overcome these barriers . This volume is packed with practical information and tips for maximizing student success.
— Linda McKee, Retired Special Education Administrator