Cases in Behavior Management

ISBN-10: 0131715917
ISBN-13: 9780131715912
Edition: 2nd 2007 (Revised)
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Description: Cases in Behavior Management provides realistic,nbsp;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,  More...

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Book details

List price: $36.20
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 10/3/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Cases in Behavior Management provides realistic,nbsp;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 typesprofessional interventions and parent/teacher collaborationsand span across levels of development and forms of classroom organization. Each case consists of two parts (a quick description of the problem incidentnbsp;andnbsp;background information concerning the individuals and context) andnbsp;provides an excellent springboard for discussion, thought and debate. nbsp;

Dr. Scot Danforth is well-known leader in the growing area of Disability Studies in Education, a multidisciplinary field of educational research exploring disabilities as sociopolitical constructions and construing the disabled community as an oppressed minority group. He is co-founder of the Disability Studies in Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association ( http://ced.ncsu.edu/2/dse/ ). His research has explored the roles of professional and layperson discourses in the social and political construction of disability. Additionally, his publications have analyzed the historical and philosophical development of the field of special education. He has written a wide range of books and articles in the areas of special education teacher preparation, working with students with social and emotional difficulties, and classroom management. He is Associate Professor and Department Chair in the Division of Teaching of Learning, University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Basic Principles of Behavior Management and Using Cases
Basics of Behavior Management
Social Systems Theory
The Individual
Interpersonal Relationships
Relationships Between Systems
Group Interaction
Society
Implications of Social Systems Theory for Behavior Management
Behavioral Model
Five Essential Behavioral Questions
Psychodynamic Model
Five Essential Psychodynamic Questions
Environmental Model
Time
Physical Space
Patterns of Human Interaction
Five Essential Environmental Questions
Constructivist Model
Moral Autonomy
Caring
Community Building
Five Essential Constructivist Questions
Summary
References
How to Analyze a Case
Critical Reflection as Thoughtful Case Analysis
Immediate Intervention
Ensuring Physical Safety
Attending to Emotional Well-Being
Returning to Order and Peace
Long-Term Intervention
Assessing the Problem
Formulating Objectives of Intervention
Planning an Effective Intervention
Implementing the Intervention
Evaluating the Results
Examining a Case
Case Example: "I Don't Like Mondays"
Incident
Background Information
Immediate Intervention
Long-Term Intervention
Psychodynamic Model
Environmental Model
Constructivist Model
Behavioral Model
Summary of Case Analysis
References
Behavior Management Cases
Blinded by Science
Getting Caught
People Change
When Is Collaboration Not Collaboration?
Crying and Marching
Demolition Dan
Depend on Me
Crashing Planes and Tranquil Dreams
Fifteen Seconds of Fame
When Fear Rules the Land
Gamey Science
Hat Trick
Repeating History or History Repeating Itself
Homework Time
Image Management
A Blue Ink Line
When a Joke Is No Longer a Joke
Quiet for Julia
Go to the Office
Off Task
The Art of Fair Play
Side by Side
Skipping
Talk Isn't Cheap
Tattletale
Valentine's Day
Soft-Spoken
Turning Upside-Down
All Wet
The Wickman Memoirs
Frustrated by Math
Pulled at the Edges

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