Using Teacher Praise & Opportunities to Respond to Promote Appropriate Student Behavior
January 01, 2010
Published by: Preventing School Failure
Author: Tara C. Moore Partin, Rachel E. Robertson, Daniel M. Maggin, Regina M. Oliver, Joseph H. Wehby
In recent years, the prevention of problem behaviors in school settings has become both educational policy and a populous “rhetorical darling”. At its core, prevention involves the establishment of school environments that promote and maintain appropriate student behaviors while allowing for more targeted prevention and intervention supports for students who continue to exhibit problem behaviors.
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