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October 20, 2008


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Daniel Gulchak

I really liked your list of 8 tier 2 behavior interventions offered in this blog Doug. When you mentioned in a prior posting that Jered's last few fights had been on the playground, my first thought was to increase supervision - but this shows that there are many options. The PBIS project in my state (www.pbisaz.org) recommends many of these same interventions.

Another resource for specific evidence-based interventions is the April 2008 issue of Beyond Behavior, published by the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (available online for members at www.ccbd.net). An article by Joseph Ryan lists a ton of great tier 2 and tier 3 interventions to help manage behavior problems in school.

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This Practice Guide, released by IES in September 2008, aims to help educators develop and implement prevention and intervention strategies that promote positive student behavior. The focus is building a plan so that education can be improved for individual students who might have behavior issues and the classroom as a whole. The guide presents recommendations and indicates the quality of the research base that supports them. It includes common questions and potential concerns that might arise with each recommendation and suggestions to help alleviate those concerns. Technical details about the studies that were used to generate the recommendations are also presented.



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