Create supportive environments that help students with EBD thrive
Understanding and Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Students who experience serious emotional and/or behavioral disorders (EBD) are at risk for a wide range of negative outcomes, from limited academic progress to problems with employment and community life after they leave school. Positive educational experiences can help, and this textbook fully prepares educators, school psychologists, and administrators to create supportive K–12 learning environments that help students with EBD thrive.
This comprehensive text gives professionals a deep understanding of the key issues associated with EBD and practical, trauma-informed approaches for working with these students in a variety of settings, from general education classrooms to specialized intervention programs. Readers will discover how to:
- Recognize key factors that influence each student’s behavior, such as developmental history, personal characteristics, skill sets, and social perceptions
- Help students develop positive, supportive personal relationships with adults and peers in the classroom
- Deliver meaningful, engaging instruction within safe and supportive learning environments
- Involve students in creating behavioral standards that support engagement in instruction
- Develop effective behavior support plans that include assessment and intervention
- And more!
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Dr. Jones has been a junior high school teacher of students with EBD, a junior high school vice principal, and a district coordinator for students with EBD. He has consulted with university faculty, state departments of education, school districts, and educators in over 25 states in the areas of classroom management, programs and individual interventions for students with EBD, and school violence prevention.
Dr. Greenwood is a licensed Clinical Psychologist. Dr. Greenwood spent the first 10 years of his career at Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland, Oregon working with children having complex neurodevelopmental, learning and behavior challenges. Since 1989 he has been an independent practitioner providing support to children with EBD and their families and has been actively engaged as a special programs consultant to school districts and education service districts.
About the Online Materials
About the Authors
Chapter 1: Key Concepts and Assumptions Related To Effective Support For Students With Emotional And Behavioral Disorders
Chapter 2: Developing A Foundational Understanding of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Chapter 3: Creating Supportive Adult–Student and Peer Relationships
Chapter 4: Developing Behavior Standards and Increasing Students’ Motivation to Learn
Chapter 5: Responding Effectively to Disruptive Behavior
Chapter 6: Developing Individualized Behavior Support Plans: Planning for Student Success
Chapter 7: Social-Emotional Learning Methods for Supporting Student Success
Chapter 8: Developing an Effective Program for Students Identified as EBD