Ch 13: Behavioral Interventions for Students with Emotional Impairments

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Behavioral Interventions for Students with Emotional Impairments - Chapter Summary

Our instructors present topics related to behavioral interventions for students with emotional impairments in this series of interesting lessons. As a part of your review of this chapter, you'll study behavioral interventions for children, for student inattention and for students who are depressed. Additional subjects include the definition of target behavior, along with examples. You should be able to do the following once you complete this chapter:

  • Successfully use behavior incentive charts in the classroom
  • Utilize behavior charts in an effective way
  • Describe strategies for positive behavior support
  • Define PBIS strategies as they're used for teachers
  • Select a least intrusive behavior management strategy
  • Discuss appropriate intervention strategies and crisis counseling
  • Address student aggression in the classroom
  • De-escalate violence and aggression at school

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12 Lessons in Chapter 13: Behavioral Interventions for Students with Emotional Impairments
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Behavioral Interventions for Children

1. Behavioral Interventions for Children

Helping children learn to behave in school can be one of the hardest aspects of teaching. This lesson offers you an overview of different possibilities for intervention.

Behavioral Interventions for Student Inattention

2. Behavioral Interventions for Student Inattention

Inattentive behavior in the classroom can disrupt the learning process. This article will define problematic inattention, discuss some causes, and focus on providing behavioral interventions that can be used to address student inattention.

Behavioral Interventions for Students with Depression

3. Behavioral Interventions for Students with Depression

In this lesson, teachers will learn how to recognize signs of depression in children and adolescents and explore methods of developing an intervention plan to help students with depression succeed in school and beyond.

Target Behavior: Definition & Example

4. Target Behavior: Definition & Example

In this lesson, we will discuss target behaviors. Learn more about target behaviors, how they are used in the field of applied behavioral analysis, and criteria.

How to Use Behavior Incentive Charts in the Classroom

5. How to Use Behavior Incentive Charts in the Classroom

This lesson is all about implementing behavior incentive charts into your classroom. We will go over why and how the charts are used, as well as ideas for incentives you can provide when students reach their goals.

How to Use a Behavior Chart Effectively

6. How to Use a Behavior Chart Effectively

In this lesson we will discuss how to use behavior charts in an effective manner with the goal of changing specific student behaviors, while also giving them positive experiences.

Positive Behavior Support: Strategies & Examples

7. Positive Behavior Support: Strategies & Examples

Positive behavior support (PBS) is an approach to managing students who present behavioral challenges in the classroom. This lesson defines PBS and provides strategies for and examples of dealing with behavior challenges.

PBIS Strategies for Teachers

8. PBIS Strategies for Teachers

Interventions and strategies that are commonly used for school-wide applications of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) can also be applied in the classroom. The following lesson describes the critical features of a classroom application of PBIS.

Selecting a Least Intrusive Behavior Management Strategy

9. Selecting a Least Intrusive Behavior Management Strategy

Explore the importance of selecting the least intrusive and restrictive intervention for behavior management. This lesson provides examples of selecting less intrusive behavior management strategies and describes potential outcomes of selecting a more intrusive strategy.

Crisis Counseling & Intervention Strategies

10. Crisis Counseling & Intervention Strategies

This lesson will explore the important elements of crisis counseling. We will also discuss strategies for intervention. The lesson will end with a short quiz to see what you have learned.

Dealing with Student Aggression in the Classroom

11. Dealing with Student Aggression in the Classroom

In this lesson, we will discuss the best methods for dealing with student aggression in the classroom. In addition to talking about things that teachers can do to diffuse aggressive behavior, we will also explore avenues for preventing this type of behavior.

Strategies to Deescalate Aggression & Violence at School

12. Strategies to Deescalate Aggression & Violence at School

In this lesson, we will discuss strategies that school staff can use with students to help them work through aggression. We will discuss how to recognize and avoid situations that may escalate into violence and how to deescalate these situations when they occur.

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