A Practical Solution for the Classroom
AUTHOR: Mellor, Nigel
PUBLISHER: Paul Chapman Publishing
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`... 10 photocopiable pages of appealing pictorial charts on which to record success ... full of good, sound advice ... a useful section on how to try to ignore misbehaviour ... A valuable book for those involved in teacher-training' - Educational Psychology in Practice
`Organized in a way that is helpful for the busy teacher ... a practical resource for both teachers and educational psychologists ... I would recommend its use. ... An abundance of common sense. I would recommend this book' - Anne Wise, Education and Health
Off task - out of seat - talking out of turn - troubling other children!
It is the high frequency of these behaviours by a few pupils that makes it hard for teachers to manage the behaviour of the whole class.
This hugely popular publication is the first to address these specific behaviours and to provide teachers with a clear and simple set of strategies to:
- assess the problem
- relate targets to IEPs
- reduce unwanted behaviours
- increase desired behaviours
All teachers face this problem in every classroom.
PUBLICATION DATE: 1/1/1997
CATEGORY: Education, Psychology