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Author Lever, Colin.

Title Understanding challenging behaviour in inclusive classrooms / Colin Lever
Published London : Routledge, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 291 pages)
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; About the author; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Rationale; The language of discipline; Not just naughty children; Part 1: Creating and maintaining an inclusive classroom; Chapter 1. Readability; Background; In conclusion; Chapter 2. Differentiation; Background; Possible signs that work is not differentiated properly; In conclusion; Chapter 3. Active learning; Possible signs that classwork is not active; In conclusion; Chapter 4. Classroom logistics; Possible signs that the classroom logistics are not correct
Chapter 12. Self-esteemBackground; Dealing with low self-esteem issues in the classroom; In conclusion; Chapter 13. Attachment; Background; Dealing with attachment issues in the classroom; In conclusion; Chapter 14. Bullying; Background; Useful strategies to deal with bullying in the classroom; In conclusion; Chapter 15. Drugs; Background; Strategies to deal with drug-related issues in the classroom; In conclusion; Chapter 16. Nutrition; Background; Useful classroom strategies to deal with nutritional issues; In conclusion; Chapter 17. Self-harming; Background
In conclusionChapter 5. A solution-focused approach to dealing with challenging behaviour in class; Possible signs that a teacher is not solution focused; The problem is not the child; In conclusion; Chapter 6. Intervention strategies; Possible signs; In conclusion; Chapter 7. Building and maintaining positive relationships with children in the classroom; Background; Possible signs of a lack of positive relationships in the class; In conclusion; Chapter 8. Rewards and sanctions; Background; In conclusion
Part 2: Identifying and dealing with key social/emotional and cognitive aspects of inclusionChapter 9. Social and emotional aspects of behaviour; Background; Possible signs of social and/or emotional behavioural issues; Strategies for dealing with social and emotional issues in the classroom; In conclusion; Chapter 10. Attention seeking; Possible signs of attention-seeking behaviour; Background; Strategies for dealing with attention seeking in the classroom; In conclusion; Chapter 11. Anger management; Background; Useful strategies for dealing with anger in the classroom; In conclusion
Useful strategies to deal with self-harming issues in the classroomIn conclusion; Chapter 18. Truancy; Background; Useful strategies for dealing with truancy from the classroom; In conclusion; Chapter 19. English as a second language; Background; Useful classroom strategies for dealing with EAL children; In conclusion; Chapter 20. Cognitive ability; Background; Useful strategies for improving cognitive capability; In conclusion; Chapter 21. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); Background; Possible strategies to deal with the ADHD child in the classroom; Associated behaviours
Summary It is no great secret that managing disruptive behaviour in any classroom, from infants to sixth form, is one of the most stressful aspects of teaching. Rules and sanctions can be effective up to a point, but often fail to take into consideration individual differences in children and the difficulties they might be experiencing in their school or home life. In his new book, Colin Lever uses real children's voices to help you begin to understand why children might behave in the way that they do, offering ideas and strategies to help prevent challenging behaviour occurring in the first
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Classroom management.
Inclusive education.
Learning disabled children -- Behavior modification.
Problem children -- Behavior modification.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1306342473 (electronic bk.)
1315833344 (e-book)
1317861582 (electronic bk.)
1317861590
9781306342476 (electronic bk.)
9781315833347 (e-book)
9781317861584 (electronic bk.)
9781317861591