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Ruth Meese addresses the needs of students with mild to moderate behavioral disorders as well as children who are not identified as special education students, but who experience social and emotional problems. She offers a broad focus on mild to moderate emotional and behavioral disorders and the strategies teachers can choose for working with the child, based on the childs needs, the environment, and the teacher.
PART ONE: FOUNDATIONS. 1. Students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders. 2. Assessing Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. 3. Understanding Expectations and Interactions. 4. Making Decisions about Student Behavior. PART TWO: PRACTICE. 5. Building a Postive Learning Environment. 6. Respecting Feelings. 7. Improving Behaviors. 8. Teaching Social Skills. 9. Teaching Responsibility.10. Collaborating with Parents and Professionals. PART THREE: REFLECTIONS. 11. Issues Affecting Teachers. 12. Toward Responsibility in Teaching. Appendices. Name Index. Subject Index.