Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

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Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Explicit Instruction: 5 teaching functions:1) Daily review and prerequisite skill check2) New content3) Guided practice4) Independent practice5) Weekly and monthly content reviews

Breana CrumpJames LyleRobert Truttier

> Mind-body techniques improve attention skills> Yoga may help children with disabilities increase their awareness of emotion> Teachers and parents completed pre and post intervention assessments, noting positive effects> As a future educator, I see the important need for trying new approaches to accommodate students with disabilities. (Steiner et al.)

How Common is EBD?- the number of students who are believed to actually have EBD is much greater than the 1% rate of school-age children that has remained steady for more than 30 years, possibly 12% (Farley et al.)

How Can Yoga Help Students w/ EBD?> Some students are resistant to typical special education approaches towards EBD> 37 Children with EBD in an urban school completed yoga interventions in small groups biweekly for 3 ½ months> Yoga was effective in reducing symptoms> Yoga helps students overcome stress and increase performance in the classroom

Multitiered Academic Supports: Two primary steps: Step 1: Conduct a survey level assessment in Reading and Math. Step 2: Can’t Do/ Won’t Do assessment.

Evidence-Based Practices (EBP):EBPs are proven effective through “rigorous research, that when implemented with fidelity, have the potential to improve outcomes for students with disabilities” (Farley et al. 38).

Classwide peer tutoring (CWPT) is the most effective research model of peer-tutoring, increasing opportunities for students to receive one-to-one instruction, repeated practice, and immediate feedback.

Self-management can help students practice appropriate behavior and acquire self-management skills that they do not already have.

What is EBD?- "Students with EBD often have trouble establishing an effective work atmosphere, have issues attending to what is being taught, and have difficulty relating new information to information they have already possessed" (Farley et al. 39). - "Inappropriate outbursts, defiant remarks, enticing other students into negative interactions, and even physically harmful or injurious behaviors...are typical of many students identified with emotional and behavioral disorders." (Farley et al. 37)- Untreated EBDs are correlated with poor grades, poor relationships, unemployment, and incarceration (Steiner et al.)- Research shows that students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (E/BD) demonstrate moderate to severe academic skill deficits that worsen over time. - Studies conducted in 2008 indicate that high school students with E/BD had an average GPA of 1.4, were absent from school on average of 18 days per school year, and resulted in 58% dropped out before completion of high school. (Benner et al.)

Maximize Instruction Time:- Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) - Intervention strategies that are designed to keep the student engaged and on track. - Strategies should be predictable, positive, safe and consistent. - Example PBIS: S.L.A.N.T - Sit up, Listen, Ask and Answer questions, Nod your head, Track the teacher.


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