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Why Your Students Do What They Do and What to Do When They Do It, Grades K-5 : A Practical Guide for Understanding Classroom Behavior, Paperback / softback Book

Why Your Students Do What They Do and What to Do When They Do It, Grades K-5 : A Practical Guide for Understanding Classroom Behavior Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

Description

Designed for working with students in grades K-5, this practical manual helps educators understand the underlying psychological issues that often contribute to academic, behavioral, or social dysfunction in the classroom.

It addresses over 90 common problems or concerns that teachers observe on a daily basis, such as teasing, bullying, laziness, cheating, fighting, daydreaming, lying, shyness, clowning, procrastination, tattling, irresponsibility, test failure, and lack of friends.

Individual problems are discussed and analyzed from the perspective of eight different areas: Academic, Environmental, Intellectual, Linguistic, Medical, Perceptual, Psychological, and Social.

Possible causes for each difficulty and practical, step-by-step suggestions for interventions are described.

Information

  • Format:Paperback / softback
  • Pages:224 pages
  • Publisher:Research Press Inc.,U.S.
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  • ISBN:9780878224548

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