A Differentiated Approach for Supporting Behavioral Growth in the Classroom
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Posted by Pamela M. Jones on May 06, 2013

Supporting Students (and Students' Families) With Health Issues In January Child Life faculty member Deb Vilas wrote a wonderful post for us titled: When Chronic Illness Comes to School. We felt the topic was of such importance we've decide to continue the theme here. Students who present with health issues, ...

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Posted by Pamela M. Jones on Nov 05, 2012

Part Three of an Interview with Jillian Crowther, 9th Grade Teacher In this final installment of our interview series with Jillian Crowther, we hear concluding and illuminating thoughts on building relationships with students. Click here for Parts One and Two. Pam: Sounds like you advocate for your students by deciding ...

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Posted by Pamela M. Jones on Oct 22, 2012

Part Two of an Interview with Jillian Crowther, 9th Grade Teacher In Part Two of our interview series with Jillian Crowther, we hear her talk about how she approached relationship building with another student, Nia*. Click here for Part One. Pam: Could you provide me with some similar background information ...

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Posted by Pamela M. Jones on Oct 14, 2012

An Interview with Jillian Crowther, 9th Grade Teacher Recently, I sat down for a virtual chat with Jillian Crowther, a 9th grade teacher and Bank Street College graduate. What follows is the first in a 3-part interview series where Jillian shares her approach to building relationships with her students. Pam: ...

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Posted by Pamela M. Jones on Aug 06, 2012

One of the Cornerstones of Effective Behavioral Support Little of substance can happen in the classroom without the benefit of building relationships with your students. If you ascribe to the range of psychodynamic theories of behavioral intervention, you value the role that trust and caring play in establishing bonds with ...

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