Special Ed Corner: Do’s & Don’ts of Responding to Challenging Behavior
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It’s been a while but I really want to try to finish up the 5 Steps to Meaningful Behavioral Support series with the final few posts on responding to challenging behavior considerations. Of course these posts will be interspersed with our Special Educator’s Blog Hop coming in February for Valentine’s Day and Workbasket Wednesday next week so it won’t be too intense.
Oh those behaviors we can’t just pretend don’t happen! That kiddo who hits the kid next to him because it lights him up like a Christmas Tree that cries screams–“He hit me!” That girl who, in the middle of your instruction when you are working with another student, starts throwing your materials off the table including the scissors.
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