Synopses & Reviews
General education teachers need more information and guidance on how to effectively work with students with emotional and behavioral disorders. This book provides an overview of the various needs and characteristics that many of these students display.-Emily Wilmes, Emotional Behavioral Disorder TeacherRoosevelt Elementary School, Mankato, MN
Effective methods for teaching students with emotional and behavioral disorders
Written by experts in the field of special education, this guide provides a clear and comprehensive overview of emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD), along with practical guidelines for working with students diagnosed with EBD.
Aligned with the reauthorization of IDEA 2004, these effective and culturally sensitive techniques help teachers understand and distinguish typical behavior from the symptoms, problems, and characteristics of EBD, such as moodiness, argumentative behavior, anger, difficulty interacting with peers, refusing to share, and inability or unwillingness to take responsibility.
Ideal for general and special education teachers, this step-by-step resource includes references, a glossary, and information about: Positive reinforcements and effective instructional interventions for the classroom Federal regulations related to students with EBD Ways to promote healthy social interactions Classroom management strategies for specific disorders
Classroom Management for Students With Emotional and Behavioral Disorders provides invaluable guidance for redirecting students toward more appropriate behaviors, building important social skills, and establishing a positive classroom climate for all learners.
This comprehensive guide covers typical emotional and behavioral disorder (EBD) behaviors, effective instructional interventions, positive reinforcement techniques, federal regulations, promoting healthy social interactions, and classroom management strategies.