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Vera I. Daniels

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How to Manage Disruptive Behavior in Inclusive Classrooms
www.slc.sevier.org, 6 Jan 2009 [cached]
Vera I. Daniels (CEC Chapter #386), Professor, Institute for the Study and Rehabilitation of Exceptional Children and Youth, and Department of Special Education, Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Address correspondence to the author at P.O. Box 9523, Baton Rouge, LA 70813 (e-mail: vdaniels@premier.net). Special thanks is extended to the teacher and students appearing in the photographs and to the school principal.
Division for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Learners (DDEL)
cec-live.2rad.net, 18 Mar 2005 [cached]
Vera Danielsvdaniels@premier.net
How to Manage Disruptive Behavior in Inclusive Classrooms
webcenter.netscape.teachervision.com, 28 Feb 2002 [cached]
by Vera I. Daniels
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Vera I. Daniels (CEC Chapter #386), Professor, Institute for the Study and Rehabilitation of Exceptional Children and Youth, and Department of Special Education, Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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How to Manage Disruptive Behavior in Inclusive Classrooms
www.teachervision.com, 24 Mar 2001 [cached]
by Vera I. Daniels
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Vera I. Daniels (CEC Chapter #386), Professor, Institute for the Study and Rehabilitation of Exceptional Children and Youth, and Department of Special Education, Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
CEC Special Focus on Discipline
cec.sped.org, 28 Dec 2000 [cached]
Vera I. Daniels
Maintaining appropriate classroom behavior can be a complex and difficult task.This task becomes more stressful when it involves students with disabilities.When students with disabilities display disruptive behavior, classroom teachers must carefully and methodically think about the discipline strategies they might employ.Although the disruptive behavior some of these students exhibit is similar to that of students without disabilities, the discipline strategies used to correct or redirect disruptive behavior can vary considerably (see box, "Due Process").This article provides classroom teachers in inclusion settings with suggestions for addressing behavioral infractions of students with disabilities.In using these strategies, teachers and other practitioners should develop skills in diagnostic, reflective thinking and in making choices among strategies.
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Vera I. Daniels (CEC Chapter #386), Professor, Institute for the Study and Rehabilitation of Exceptional Children and Youth, and Department of Special Education, Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Address correspondence to the author at P.O. Box 9523, Baton Rouge, LA 70813 (e-mail: vdaniels@premier.net).Special thanks is extended to the teacher and students appearing in the photographs and to the school principal.
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copyright © 2001The Council for Exceptional ChildrenLast updated: May 30, 2001
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