Reducing Behavior Problems in the Elementary School Classroom (Practice Guide)

Organization: Institute of Education Sciences, What Works Clearinghouse

Understanding what prompts and reinforces problem behaviors can be a powerful tool for preventing them or reducing their negative impacts when they occur. This practice guide offers five concrete recommendations to help elementary school general education teachers reduce the frequency of the most common types of behavior problems they encounter among their students. The recommendations begin with strategies teachers can use immediately on their own in their classrooms and then broaden to include approaches that involve resources from outside the classroom.

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