Teachers and parents of students with challenging behaviors encounter obstacles when designing environments that are nurturing yet productive. This “behavior box of blog posts” highlights some tips for promoting success with our children who have emotional and behavioral needs.
Behavioral meltdowns are emotionally and physically draining—not only for the child, but also for the adults, siblings, or other close children. Learn how to establish safe and appropriate escape procedures and protocol for explosive behavior.
Find out why students with emotional/behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and anxiety related disabilities tend to avoid writing—and learn ways to help them.
In many of these highlighted posts, I refer to How to Write a Behavior Plan. It’s a good place to go once you’ve got the basics and are ready to put a plan into action.
I hope this helps you and your students find success. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. A huge thanks to HoJo for letting me post to her wonderful blog!
A huge thank you to Brandi for guest blogging here today! Make sure to stop by her blog as I’ve written a post with my top 2013 blog posts!
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