Challenging Behavior in Young Children: Understanding, Preventing, and Responding Effectively (3rd ed.)
Item #: 307
# of Pages:302
This invaluable resource for preservice and practicing teachers provides strategies for addressing challenging behaviors and in-depth explanations of the research on which they are based. Vivid classroom examples illuminate evidence-based techniques that work with the most difficult behaviors to benefit every child in the classroom. In this second edition, new chapters are offered on inclusion and relationships, as well as a totally revised chapter on positive behavior support and functional assessment. Also includes chapters on resilience, culture, and working with families, and updated material on the brain and bullying. From Allyn & Bacon.
"Full of good sense and good ideas. This book is clear, practical, sympathetic, and wise." --Lawrence Hartmann, M.D., Past President, American Psychiatric Association