With more than 200 "ready to use" strategies, this easy-to-use book is an excellent resource designed to provide elementary school educator with useful prevention and intervention resources for managing uncooperative and disruptive students. It will provide important insight into building a proactive educational environment, using successful intervention strategies, and employing techniques for motivation and reinforcement. The educator will be particularly interested in the handy "Dictionary of Interventions" which provides useful and immediate strategies for dealing with 20 types of disruptive behavior. No classroom should be without this very important book. It's an invaluable resource for teachers, school counselors, administrators, and support personnel.
Author: Ronald D. Miles, Ph.D., LPC