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Increasing Positive Behaviors in Students Following TBI: What Works?

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The key in dealing with students who have problem behaviors is understanding that the observable problem behavior is usually a sign that something else in the student’s life is not right. For example, the problem behavior may stem from noise sensitivity, difficulty learning, physical pain etc. Since each student is unique it is important to truly understand the problem and to create accommodations that support the student’s unique needs. Below are some suggestions.

In The Classroom: Managing Severe Behavior in the Midst of Crisis

An interactive learning experience. Strategies to address severe behavior in a crisis situation are presented: 

 http://cbirt.org/interactive-learning/2/3/