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Managing Classroom Behavior Using Positive Behavior Supports, 1st edition

  • Terrance M. Scott
  • Cynthia M. Anderson
  • Peter Alter

Published by Pearson (April 21st 2011) - Copyright © 2012

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ISBN-13: 9780132999588

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Table of contents

Chapter 1

Introduction to a Prevention-Focused Model of Behavior Support

Discipline Problems in the School

            The “Causes” of Misbehavior


Proactive Management

            Preventing Failure by Promoting Success

Prevention and the Academic-Social Behavior Connection

A Three-Tiered Approach to Proactive Management

Chapter Review


Chapter 2

Understanding Behavior

A Functional Approach

Assumptions of a Functional Model

            Behavior Is Learned

            Behavior Is Lawful

            Behavior Can Be Changed

Applying the Functional Model to Student Behavior

Define What the Person Says or Does

Identify Key Features of the Environment

            Antecedent Events


Chapter Review


Chapter 3

Overview of a Functional Approach to Intervention

 Assessment from a Functional Perspective

            Function of Behavior

Functional Behavior Assessment

            Step 1: Defining Behavior

            Step 2: Assess Predictable Patterns

            Step 3: Developing a Hypothesis About the Function of Behavior

            Conducting an FBA

Summary: Understanding Behavior Through a Functional Behavior Assessment

Chapter Review


Chapter 4

Measuring Behavior in the School

 Defining Behavior

            Dimensions of Behavior

Measurement Process

            Step 1: Determine What to Monitor

            Step 2: Determine the Simplest Way to Collect Data

            Step 3: Monitor Behavior in a Consistent Manner

            Step 4: Use Data to Evaluate a

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