Teacher’s can take charge by reviewing the following behavior modules from a national center that provides free, online, interactive training enhancements that translate research about the education of students with disabilities into practice, the IRIS Center htt ://iris. eabod .vanderbilt.edu/index.html.
It is not uncommon for teachers to be challenged by a student’s challenging behavior. Frustrations arise from frequent class disruptions and when the learning of other students is interrupted. Teacher’s can take charge by reviewing the following behavior modules from the IRIS Center htt ://iris. eabod .vanderbilt.edu/index.html), a national center that provides free, online, interactive training enhancements that translate research about the education of students with disabilities into practice.
Please Note: Because of their design, it is recommended that IRIS behavior modules be engaged in their designated order:
This module describes how teachers can help students stay on task by learning to regulate their behavior. The four strategies discussed are self-monitoring, self-instruction, goal-setting, and self-reinforcement.
Tf1is module discusses the importance of establishing a comprehensive classroom behavior management system. It explores the dimensions of the PAR model. (En espaliol)
This module explores the basic principles of behavior and the importance of discovering the reasons that students engage in problem behavior. The steps to conducting a functional behavioral assessment and developing a behavior plan are described.
The first in a two-part series, this module discusses problem behavior in terms of the stages of the acting-out cycle and suggests ways to respond to students in the cycles different phases.
(broken link) Addressing Disruptive and Noncompliant Behaviors (Part 2): Behavioral Interventions The second in a two-part series, this module describes interventions that can increase initial compliance to teacher requests as well as interventions that can be implemented to decrease disruptive and noncompliant behaviors.
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