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Effective Interventions and Appropriate Placements for Aggressive Students

Price: $250.00


Presented by Diana Browning Wright

Administrators and practitioners often struggle with chronic physical, social or verbal aggression from disabled and nondisabled students. Whether or not the misbehavior is a manifestation of the child's disability, you need to develop interventions that reduce future occurrences when disciplinary measures are unsuccessful. But how do you respond effectively, and in a legally defensible manner, when nothing seems to be working?

In this recorded audio conference, behavioral expert Diana Browning Wright gives you a rubric for understanding aggression and applying it to behavioral issues. In this strategy-packed session you'll also learn:

  • Working definitions for aggression and how to distinguish the two primary deficits that result in aggressive behaviors
  • Strategies based on understanding the two primary deficits
  • How to apply the rubric logic to design interventions that are time-efficient and effective -- and maintain the least restrictive setting
  • When you should consider increasingly restrictive settings over altering the existing setting
  • When the pattern of aggression suggests "child find" is necessary to determine if a disability is present
  • And more

(2010. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.021810. S/H: $5.50)

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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