Five Universal Principles of Positive Behavior$59.95, Paperback
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Dr. Annemieke Golly has identified five universal principles for managing in-class behaviours of children with challenging behaviours: being respectful, modeling behaviours, having clear expectations, maintaining routines, and dealing with chronic misbehaviors.
She illustrates how to implement these principles in the context of a school-wide positive behaviour support system. In addition, Dr. Golly looks at the two main areas of chronic misbehaviours: attention seeking and escape/avoidance behaviors and shows how to identify and work with them.