Education - Professional Resources
Find articles from Florida State University concerning behavior problems in the classroom
and possible remediations for them.
Behavior Home Page, The
Collaboration of the Kentucky Department of Education and the University of Kentucky
provides schools and parents with information about effective behavior-problem practices
and the challenges young people face in school.
Discipline: 11 Techniques
Adapted by Budd Churchward from A Primer on Classroom Discipline: Principles Old and New
by Thomas McDaniel, these techniques can be used to achieve effective group management and
control in the classroom.
Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies
The CCBS site on education provides parents, teachers and scholars with information on
effective behavioral techniques for educating children and adults. A section on autism is
Childright Education Programs
These books, tapes and seminars offer practical information and tips to help parents and
educators effectively discipline children and, at the same time, teach life lessons and
responsiblity for their actions.
Discipline By Design: Honor Level
Information on a discipline program in use in a number of schools across the United
States. Topics include 11 Techniques for Better Classroom Discipline and Discipline
Techniques That Backfire.
Fred Jones Positive Classroom Management
Is your classroom out of control? You might want to look into these books and tapes
focusing on the nuts and bolts of classroom application management, illustrated with real
Behavior: Finding the Function
Written by Ann N. Fallgren of the Hermosa Beach School District, this article details how
the district's intervention teams zero in on the causes of inappropriate behavior.
Managing Disruptive Behavior in
The article by Vera I. Daniels goes beyond the standard classroom discipline problems to
focus on disruptive behavior of students with disabilities, and the special approaches
needed to correct it.
Practical strategies to help teachers at all levels manage classrooms effectively, without
resorting to methods that rob students of their dignity. Features a step-by-step guide
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Discipline: A Teacher's A-Z Guide
Guidebook, one of a series, to an array of problems teachers face -- from gum chewing and
name calling to bullying, sexual harassment and gangs. Applicable to all grade levels.
Preventing Classroom Discipline Problems
This training video and book by Dr. Howard Seeman -- for teachers and prospective
educators -- discusses the diagnoses, prevention and handling of actual classroom
disruptive behavior. Can be ordered online.
Responsible Thinking Process, Inc.
Information on a discipline program that creates mutual respect based on perceptual
control theory. Students learn the skills of thinking, making plans so that their actions
won't conflict with others and other skills.
The video-driven educational training and prevention resource for adolescents claims to
reduce conflict/violence incidents by 50 percent. The program won a Department of
Software keeps up-to-date record of discipline information for the assistant principal. It
tracks 29 different infractions in up to 15 different locations.
School-Wide Behavioral Management
Article takes an in-depth look at choosing and implementing behavioral systems meant for
administrators. From Research Connections, sponsored by the U.S. Office of Special
Special Class: Behavior Disordered
Here's an explicit example of how Taft Middle School of Cedar Falls, Iowa, handles
Stop Student Sexual Harassment Now
Detailed article from the NEA gives timely advice on handling sexual harassment in
schools. Using a Q&A format and employing examples, it helps clarify a sometimes
Whirling Rainbow Society
Iowa firm offers technical assistance, education and information about positive behavioral
supports to educators and others. Services include functional assessment, inclusive
education, schoolwide discipline and team skills.
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