Facilitating Positive Behavior for Children with Challenging Behavior and their Families

Robert White

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    Abstract

    Establishing and constructing appropriate behavior for successful learning and interpersonal relationships with peers and family is a concern for all parents, teachers, and children. In this book, the author: shows how teachers, and parents can encourage children to learn positive attitudes and engage in appropriate behavior; build interventions to effect lasting change which minimizes disruptive behavior; encourage a range of useful perspectives on children´s behavior in school and the family; and supply practical, easy-to-implement strategies. This book is a useful resource for school managers, teachers, educational psychologists and parents who wish to advocate for cognitive behavior support programs.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationBloomington, IN.
    PublisherXlibris
    Number of pages138
    ISBN (Print)9781425744182
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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