How to Reach and Teach Children with Challenging Behavior Practical, Ready-to-Use Interventions That Work

ISBN-10: 0470505168
ISBN-13: 9780470505168
Edition: 2010
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List price: $23.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 11/19/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.980

About This Book
About the Authors
Acknowledgments
Foreword
Preface
A Positive, Proactive Approach to Behavior Management
A Case for Change
What's Wrong with Kids Today?
What Happened to the Good Old Days?
I Didn't Sign Up for This!
Students with Behavior Problems Should Just Be Suspended!
Punishment Works for Me!
What Can We Do?
Remove the Words Should and Shouldn't from Your Vocabulary
Limit the Time Spent "Admiring the Problem"
Strive to Understand the Perspectives of All Team Members and Stakeholders
Let Go of the Old Way of Doing Things
Expand Your Behavior Management Toolbox
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions
Positive Behavior Support and Functional Behavioral Assessment for Educators
What Exactly Is Positive Behavior Support?
Research-Validated Practices
Enhancing the Capacity of Environments
A Three-Tiered Model
What Exactly Is Functional Behavioral Assessment?
Three Key Concepts of FBA
Setting Events
Triggering Antecedents
Maintaining Consequences
Common Functions of Problem Behavior
To Get Attention or a Reaction
To Get Something Tangible
To Obtain a Sense of Power or Control
To Meet a Sensory Need
To Communicate Feelings
As a Result of a Lack of Understanding
To Escape or Avoid Something
The Bottom Line on Functional Behavioral Assessment
Our Model of Intervention
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions
Social Skills Instruction
Teaching Social Skills: The Basics
Traditional Approaches to Social Skills Instruction
A Three-Tiered Approach to Social Skills Instruction
Types of Social Skills Deficits
Skill Deficits
Performance Deficits
Fluency Deficits
Self-Management: The Ultimate Goal
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Group Social Skills Instruction
School and Classwide Social Skills Instruction
Class Meetings
Mini-Lessons
Frequent Positive Feedback
Schoolwide and Classwide Expectations or Rules
Schoolwide and Classwide Routines
Important Schoolwide and Classwide Lessons
Small Group Social Skills Instruction
Choosing Curricula: A Case Study
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Individualized Social Skills Instruction
What Behaviors Should be Focused on During Individualized Instruction?
"So What?" Behavior
Identifying Replacement Behavior
Other Target Behaviors
Who Should Provide Individualized Instruction?
When Should Individualized Instruction Take Place?
Embedded into Existing Structures and Therapies
Check-In
Precorrection
Behavior Tutoring Sessions
Incidental Teaching
How Should Individualized Instruction Be Delivered?
Video Modeling
Social Stories
Commonly Overlooked Replacement Behaviors
Taking Appropriate Breaks
Negotiating Assignments
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Preventing Challenging Behavior
Preventing Challenging Behavior: The Basics
Targeting Setting Events and Triggering Antecedents
Identifying Sources of Frustration
Developing a Positive Relationship
Be Consistent
Develop a Partnership
Focus on Frequent Positive Feedback
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions
Assisting with Executive Functioning Tasks
Using Visual Supports
Organizational Helpers
Behavior Prompts
Visual Schedules
Transition Helpers
A Final Word About Visual Supports
Assistance with Other Executive Functioning Skills
Breaking Long Projects into Steps
Waiting to Be Called On
Staying on Task
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions
Providing Appropriate and Engaging Academic Instruction
Differentiated Instruction
Providing Choices
Embedding Interests and Preferences
Writing Strategies
Scheduling
Learn How to Make a Table in a Word Processing Program
Schedule Things That Are Absolutely Inflexible First
Schedule the Major Core Academic Areas
Use Paraprofessionals Wisely and Appropriately
Make Sure You Get a Planning Time
Maintaining Academic Engagement
Failure Is Not an Option
Honor Roll
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Reinforcing Desired Behavior
Reinforcing Desired Behavior: The Basics
Reinforcement Versus Rewards
Reinforcement Versus Bribery
How to Determine What Is Reinforcing for Students
Interviews and Surveys
Observations
Reinforcement Journals
Reinforcement Menus
Reinforcement Schedules: Determining How Much and How Often
Differential Reinforcement of Zero Rates of Behavior
Differential Reinforcement of Lower Rates of Behavior
Differential Reinforcement of Incompatible Behavior
Other Issues Surrounding Reinforcement
Setting Appropriate Criteria
Pairing Educators and School with Reinforcers
Deprivation
Teaching Peers to Reinforce Appropriately
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Group Reinforcement Systems
Interdependent Group-Oriented Contingencies
Student Teams
Interdependent Group-Oriented Contingency Games
The Classwide Peer-Assisted Self-Management(CWPASM) Program
Independent Group-Oriented Contingencies
Lottery Systems
Token Economies
The Importance of Tier 1 Reinforcement
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Individual Reinforcement Systems
Target Behavior Sheets
Limit the Number of Skills
Individualize the Target Skills
Be Specific
Embed Visual Supports and Special Interests
Partner with the Student to Help Develop
Set Realistic Criteria
Let Students Keep Their Sheet With Them (If They Wish)
Review Regularly with the Student
Use Turnaround Points
Use Bonus Points
Allow Students to Self-Monitor When Ready
Communicate to Parents What Constitutes a Successful Day
Dependent Group-Oriented Contingency
Level Systems
Structured Behavioral Skills Program: Daily Level System
Climbing the Ladder of Success
A Warning About Using Point and Level Systems
Token Boards
Contracts
Punch Cards
Positive Attention Trackers
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Using Undesirable Consequences
Using Undesirable Consequences: The Basics
Problems with Punishment
Punishment Does Not Work in the Long Term
Punishment Does Not Teach the Student What to Do Instead
Punishment Encourages Negative Attitudes Toward School and Educators
Punishment Reduces Motivation to Learn Other Techniques
Natural and Logical Undesirable Consequences
Natural Undesirable Consequences
Logical Undesirable Consequences
The Three R's of Logical Consequences
Related
Reasonable
Respectful
Punishment Versus Logical Consequences
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Common Logical Undesirable Consequences
Common Undesirable Consequences Continuum
Three Strikes
Response Cost or Fines
Wasted Time
Behavior Tutoring
Think Time
The Importance of Problem Solving
Consequence Maps
Alternatives to Out-of-School Suspension
In-School Suspension
Red Schedule
Advantages of Alternatives to Out-of-School Suspension
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Putting It All Together
Conducting Effective and Efficient Functional Behavioral Assessments
Operationally Define the Problem and Replacement Behaviors
Collect Information
How Much Information Is Needed?
How Do I Collect the Data?
Develop Hypotheses About Why the Problem Behavior Is Occurring
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Designing and Implementing Effective and Efficient Behavior. Intervention Plans
Design a Behavior Intervention Plan Based on the Functional. Behavioral Assessment
Step Five: Monitor and Adjust the Behavior Intervention Plan as Needed
Was the Plan Implemented as Written?
Did Behavior Improve, and Was This
Improvement Maintained over Time?
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Question
Example Success Stories
Joey
Functional Behavioral Assessment Worksheet
Behavior Intervention Plan Worksheet
Joey's Target Token Board (Front)
Joey's Target Token Board (Back)
Joey's Safe Note for Home
Joey's Fidelity Checklist
Joey's Data Sheet
Joey's Data Graphs
Susan
Functional Behavioral Assessment Worksheet
Behavior Intervention Plan Worksheet
Susan's Self-Monitoring Target Behavior Sheet
Susan's Reinforcement Menu
Susan's Consequence Map
Susan's Target Skill Progress Computation Sheet
Susan's Fidelity Checklist
Susan's Data Graphs
Taylor
Functional Behavioral Assessment Worksheet
Behavior Intervention Plan Worksheet
Taylor's Stoplight
Taylor's Tower of Success
Taylor's Data Sheet
Taylor's Fidelity Checklist
Taylor's Data Graphs
Malik
Functional Behavioral Assessment Worksheet
Behavior Intervention Plan Worksheet
Malik's Data Sheet
Malik's Consequence Map
Malik's Fidelity Checklist
Malik's Data Graphs
What About Dangerous Behavior? Managing Crises
Intervening During the Escalation Cycle
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Physical Restraint and Seclusion
Definitions
Historical Overview
Roots of the Problem
Current School Culture
Lack of Regulation
Lack of Training
Lack of Research
Concern About Increase of More Aversive Options
Lack of Options
What Can Educators Do?
Be Informed
Provide or Ask for Training
Commit to Positive Behavior Support in Philosophy and Practice
Monitor Use of Restraint and Seclusion
Key Points to Remember
Discussion Questions and Activities
Reproducible Tools
Positive-to-Negative Ratio Data Sheet
Break Pass
Countdown Strips
Chart Moves Frame
Peer Comparison Data Form
Consequence Map Template
If-Then Chart Template
Notes Template for Functional Behavioral Assessment
Functional Behavioral Assessment Summary Worksheet
Behavior Intervention Plan Worksheet
Glossary
Notes
References
Author Index
Subject Index

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