This material offers the reader a comprehensive, research-based text of practices on how to best educate and intervene with students who have or are at-risk for emotional and behavioral disorders. The material clearly illustrates the relationship between academic underachievement and problem behaviors. Designed to provide much needed information on how to instruct at-risk students in academic and social-behavioral domains. This book is intended for use in preparing general and special educators, school psychologists, and school counselors who will serve children with or at-risk for behavior disorders. The overarching objective is to provide research-based, best practices on how to identify, assess, educate, and intervene with these children in order to better meet their educational and social-behavioral needs. Educators, School Counselors and School Psychologist who serve at-risk students, or those suffering from behavioral disorders.Traci was a fourth-grade student who was receiving mathematics instruction in a self-contained special education ... The text of the word problems was typically two sentences, and they could be solved using a single addition or subtraction operation. ... First, the screening was repeated. ... addition and subtraction operations through two digits by two digits addition and subtraction without regrouping.
|Title||:||Interventions for Children with Or at Risk for Emotional and Behavioral Disorders|
|Author||:||Kathleen L. Lane, Frank M. Gresham, Tam E. O'Shaughnessy|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2002|