Using Collaborative Behavioral Contracting

Lassman, Kellet A.; Jolivette, Kristine
March 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p12
Academic Journal
Explains the collaborative behavioral contracting (CBC) procedure for students with emotional and behavioral disorders in general education classrooms in the United States. Development of a behavior management plan; Creation of a written collaborative behavioral contract; Implementation; Benefits of the CBC. INSETS: What is Reintegration?;Research base for the Collaborative Behavioral Contract..


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