Behavioral Approaches for Inclusion Essay by Calwriter

Behavioral Approaches for Inclusion
A look at why inclusion of students with emotional or behavioral problems is not always successful and some approaches that can help make it successful.
# 55444 | 1,073 words | 5 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Jan 29, 2005 in Education (Special) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Theory)

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This paper describes how the school inclusion process is supposed to work and what it is supposed to accomplish. The paper also explains that it often does not succeed because schools often think they?re using inclusion when they are not. The paper further explains that true inclusion requires careful planning, teamwork between the regular and special staff, and expert guidance, and then goes on to describe and discuss a tool available to school staff members, the "Functional Behavioral Assessment", that is highly effective when working in an inclusion setting.

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