Emotional and Behavioral problems

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  1. mschristine23

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    I am currently at FSU pursuing my Master's degree in Special Education. I was wondering if any of you would be able to direct me to some good websites, books, or any other information that would be useful for my project. I am doing it on Emotional and Behavioral problems. Anything, that you would be to tell me would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Can you be more specific on your topic? There are LOTS of E/BD problems out there, and sometimes kids deal with more than one at a time.
     
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    More info

    I am doing it on the basis of what are emotional and behavioral disorders, such as types and what causes them. Right now, I am just looking at different resources to kind of narrow down specifically what I am going to talk about. I just wanted a few more sources. I also wanted to see some sources on warning signs for teachers and activities that teachers can use. Let me know if you need me to provide any more information on what I am looking for.
     
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    These books are HIGHLY recommended
    Positive Intervention: For Serious Behavior Problems by Diana Browning Wright, Harvey B. Gurman

    Tough to Reach Tough to TEACH: Students with Behavior Problems by Sylvia Rockwell

    These books are both excellent resources for strategies to determine the causes of behavior issues, how to collect data efficiently, and the second book gives specific management when working with students with Emotional Disabilities. I hope this helps.

    Troy
     
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    Thank you

    I wanted to say thanks so much for your help. It is a big topic and all your responses help so much.
     
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    I LOVE The Tough Kids Books for practical approaches to behavior management.
     
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    I love the Tough Kid series as well. I have recently discovered the Skillstreaming in Early Chilhood book. It is by Ellen McGinnis and Arnold Goldstein. They have different books for different age groups. They give social skill lessons with 3-4 steps. It is great!
    good luck,
    liz

    Another great author is Torey Hayden. She is a former teacher of children with emotional disabilities and she has written 5 or 6 books. Check out Beautiful Child or Someone Else's Kids. I love to read them over and over.
     

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