Using Positive Behavior Support to Design Effective Classrooms

Anderson, Cynthia M.; Spaulding, Scott A.
January 2007
Beyond Behavior;Winter2007, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p27
Academic Journal
The article discusses on effective classrooms by using positive behavior support in the U.S. The use of universal strategies and approaches will reduce a range of behavior problems while strengthening student academic achievement. The goal of using universal strategies and approaches is to ensure a consistent and proactive approach for all students. Furthermore, articulating classroom rules and teaching those rules to students is a consistent strategy for responding to misbehavior in classrooms.


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