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Emotional Support Notes Emotional Disturbance Rule-outs The term does not apply to children who are socially maladjusted, unless it is determined that they have an emotional disturbance. Socially maladjusted people are those who know the rules of society and intentionally break them. They do not have any mental health needs and their environments may influence their lifestyles. For example, ODD. Setting Limits Rules should be made collaboratively with the students so they have ownership of the rules. When teachers tell the students what the rules are, the rules only apply when the teacher is in the classroom. When the students create the rules, the rules apply to the classroom setting. Daily Behavior Interventions and Reports Home Response cost behavior systems: students start out with all of their points and as they misbehave or violate expectations of the
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Unformatted text preview: classrooms, their points are taken away. • Time-out is removing the student from reinforcement. The general rule for time-out is one minute for each year of the student’s age. For example, a 5-year old would have a 5 minute time out. Parent Involvement • Document phone calls home. Have separate sheets for each student and write down the date of the phone calls and what the conversation was about. • When calling a parent about a student, tell the parent on what you saw rather than reading in between the lines or making assumptions about their behavior. Traditional Discipline • Alternative discipline strategies: administrators can cut deals with students. For example, the principal and tell the student that they wont punish the student of the student can show the principal that he/she can behave appropriately for the next week....
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