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.
|Place of Publication||Bloomington, IN.|
|Number of pages||138|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|