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Exceptionally practical, this book combines theoretical background with case studies and numerous examples to demonstrate how to apply behavior management techniques in general and special educational settings. Examines the field from four points of view -- behavioral, psychodynamic, biophysical, and environmental. Focuses on the integrative/ecological approach to behavior management which provides a framework for combining various strategies into a cohesive implementation plan. Contains the most recent information on modifications in federal law passed by Congress and signed by President Clinton in 1997 regarding learners with disabilities. Includes skill-building projects in every chapter. Offers worksheets and forms which demonstrate how properly handled paperwork improves instruction. For new and prospective general and special education teachers.
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Written in non-technical language, this text combines clearly- presented theoretical background with numerous case studies and actual examples of behavior management to create a clear, comprehensive examination of the field from four established points-of-view: Behavioral, psychodynamic, biophysical, and environmental. Its goal is to provide special educators--as well as paraprofessionals and parents--a thorough, practical guide for the application of behavior management techniques in special education classrooms, in regular classrooms, and at home.About the Author:
Thomas M. Shea is a retired professor from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He has worked with several co-authors over the past 40 years including Anne Bauer, the late James E. Walker, the original co-author of Behavior Management and others. During his career in special education, Tom had specialized in the education of emotionally disturbed children and youth, behavior management, parenting in special education, and camping for children and youth with disabilities. He has published over a hundred articles in various journals and authored and co-authored ten texts in special education. He has served as founder and director of two university campus schools for children with disabilities and chairperson of the Department of Special Education and Communications Disorders at SIUE. He is thankful for a wonderful career in the service of children and youth with disabilities.
Annie Bauer, Professor of special education at the University of Cincinnati, has worked with Tom Shea on several texts, including an introduction to special education and methods texts for teachers of students with emotional/behavioral disorders and learning disabilities. Dr. Bauer, formerly co-editor of Teacher Education and Special Education, has published her research in the Journal of Special Education, Exceptionality, Teaching Exceptional Children, School Psychology Quarterly, and several other leading journals. Her teaching in higher education has recently been recognized in her recognition as a Teaching Fellow of the Academy of Teaching and Learning at the University of Cincinnati. As well as a teacher, faculty member, and researcher, Dr. Bauer is the parent of children with various learning needs.
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