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by Janet Eaton Walker,Hill M. Walker
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  • Author:
    Janet Eaton Walker,Hill M. Walker
  • ISBN:
    089079457X
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    978-0890794579
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    Pro Ed; 1 edition (May 1, 1991)
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    85 pages
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It offers some valuable insights on why students act out in the classroom and some useful strategies on coping with those behaviors.

It offers some valuable insights on why students act out in the classroom and some useful strategies on coping with those behaviors.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780890794579.

April 29, 2011 History. a positive approach for teachers. Coping with noncompliance in the classroom. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published 1991 by PRO-ED in Austin, Tex. Classroom management, Student adjustment.

This booklet on noncompliance in the classroom is the first in Behavioral Coping Series for Teachers, which address persistent and often intractable behavior problems faces by teachers in both regular and special education settings. com Product Description (ISBN 089079457X, Paperback).

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Walker, H. & Walker, J. E. (1991). Behavior analysis for effective teaching. Many commonly employed strategies used by teachers to manage non- compliance and problem behavior in the classroom focus on suppression of prob- lem responses through reductive consequences. Errorless compliance training was developed to provide a nonaversive alternative to reducing child noncompliance and has been demonstrated effective as a home-based intervention approach for parents.

com's Hill M. Walker Author Page. Coping With Noncompliance in the Classroom: A Positive Approach for Teachers May 1, 1991. by Hill M.

Walker and Walker (1991) distinguish between alpha commands and beta .

Walker and Walker (1991) distinguish between alpha commands and beta commands. An alpha command is clear, direct, and specific, without extra verbalizations. Beta commands are vague, may involve multiple directives (simultaneously telling the child multiple things to do), and can be accompanied by too many verbalizations. Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed.

Coping with noncompliance in the classroom: A positive approach for teachers. Use of a time-out ribbon and precision requests to improve child compliance in the classroom: A case study. Child and Family Therapy, 17(4), 1-10. Wehby, J, . & Hollahan, M. S. (2000).

Coping with noncompliance in the classroom: A positive approach for teachers 8 2. INTRODUCTION TO SOUTH AFRICAN EDUCATION LAW 1. Discipline is a positive method of teaching a child self-control, confidence, and responsibility

Coping with noncompliance in the classroom: A positive approach for teachers. Walker, H. Colvin, . & Ramsey, E. (1995). Antisocial behaviour in school: Strategies and best practices. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company. 8 2. Discipline is a positive method of teaching a child self-control, confidence, and responsibility. The key to positive discipline is teaching a child what behaviour is okay and what behaviour is not okay. The focus is on what children are expected and allowed to do. It includes catching kids being good and encouraging appropriate behaviour.

...this booklet enchances classroom teachers' understanding of students non-compliance & provides a variety of guidelines, strategies & recommendations for coping effectively with its occurrence...