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Behavior Advisor
Tips and step-by-step directions for behavior management.
Grade Level: Professional, Parents

This site was developed by Tom McIntyre, Ph.D., a former teacher of students with behavior disorders and learning disabilities, who is now a professor of special education at Hunter College of the City University of New York. It is a great resource on behavior management, written in an easy-to-read format, for teachers, counselors, parents, and anyone who works with children.
The site has a navigation menu on the left side, with links to all the areas of the site.

Whether you are a special education teacher, a regular classroom teacher, a counselor, or a parent who is interested in changing his or her children’s behavior for the better, this site has a ton of information for you. It contains thousands of tips and step-by-step directions for implementing a great number of the standard interventions. The "Intervention Strategies" section will lead you to the old site, which has behavior management basics, tips for new and struggling teachers, and a checklist to assess your own behavior management skills. Teachers and parents will also find helpful information and strategies for dealing with common behaviors and conditions such as ADHD, autism, bullying, tattling, depression and motivation. Included is how-to information on implementing assertive discipline, cooperative learning, and inclusion, as well as ways to assess and measure behavior. The "Free Lesson Plans" section offers downloadable lesson plans that are valuable to teachers, students, and parents.


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