Saturday, July 14, 2007

Behavior Management in Special Education

- Avoid confrontations and power struggles.
- Provide an appropriate peer role model.
- Modify rules that may discriminate against student with neurological disorder.
- Develop a system or code that will let the student know when behavior is not appropriate.
- Ignore attention seeking behaviors that are not disruptive to the classroom.
- Arrange a designated safe place that student can go to.
- Develop a code of conduct for the classroom and visually display it in an appropriate place where all students can see it, review it frequently.
- Develop a behavior intervention plan that is realistic and easily applied.
- Provide immediate reinforcers and feedback.

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