Ch 10: Classroom Management for Special Education

About This Chapter

Explore a variety of positive classroom management strategies in this chapter. These easy-to-understand lessons make it a breeze to learn how to create a positive learning environment and manage disciplinary problems.

Classroom Management for Special Education - Chapter Summary

Positive classroom management strategies can make a world of difference for you and your students. These bite-sized lessons will walk you through different strategies to create a positive learning environment for all your students. In this chapter, you will learn about:

  • Disciplinary problems in the classroom
  • Strategies for modeling positive behavior in the classroom
  • Strengths and weaknesses of positive behavior supports
  • Strategies to reduce self-stimulation in children with autism

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5 Lessons in Chapter 10: Classroom Management for Special Education
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Disciplinary Problems in the Classroom: Types & Causes

1. Disciplinary Problems in the Classroom: Types & Causes

Managing disciplinary issues may be one of the most challenging aspects of teaching. This lesson describes discipline concerns teachers face in the classroom and identifies factors that contribute to them.

Positive Classroom Management Strategies

2. Positive Classroom Management Strategies

Do you find yourself spending more time on behavior in the classroom than actually teaching? Positive classroom management strategies can help decrease problem behaviors through the use of rules and reward systems.

Strategies for Modeling Positive Behavior in the Classroom

3. Strategies for Modeling Positive Behavior in the Classroom

As teachers, we often expect students to demonstrate exemplary behavior. Modeling is one of the most important ways to teach the behaviors we want to see. This lesson offers some strategies for modeling good behavior in the classroom.

Strengths & Weaknesses of Positive Behavior Supports

4. Strengths & Weaknesses of Positive Behavior Supports

Are you considering using positive behavior supports (PBS) in your classroom? This lesson will explain the PBS system, the pros and cons of using it, and provide some real life examples.

Strategies to Reduce Self-Stimulation in Children with Autism

5. Strategies to Reduce Self-Stimulation in Children with Autism

In this lesson we'll be looking at strategies for classroom teachers to use to reduce self-stimulation in children with autism. By the end of the lesson you'll understand more about why children use this behavior and how to help them.

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