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Expert Praise for Challenging Behavior in Elementary and Middle School

“What a breath of fresh air this text brings to the field of challenging behavior!... The authors cover a myriad of significant factors…emphasizing the complex nature of challenging behavior…. A deeper understanding of the issues can help in the development of necessary relationships between student, teacher, and family.”
—Janice Gail Janz,
University of New Orleans, Louisiana

“This is really just a very good text. It provides an excellent research-based approach to understanding behavior management.”
—Stacy Duffield,
North Dakota State University, Fargo

“The strength of this book—and the contribution it makes to the texts used in classroom management and discipline-type courses—is that it connects the classroom social life to the larger society outside.”
—Jolanda Westerhof-Shultz,
Grand Valley State University, Allendale, Michigan

“What a great book!...[Chapter 5] is one of the most useful chapters I’ve read in seven years of teaching.”
—Emily Tischer,
Wilshire Park Elementary School, St. Anthony, Minnesota

“This is an outstanding text for all thoughtful educators, pre-service and practicing…. It stands alone compared to other texts on behavior. The review of the literature, the compilations of theories and the examination of those theories [are] quite unique…. The text’s focus on the question of ‘how do children learn not to aggress’ is challenging and thought provoking.”
—Nancy Daniels,
Helman Elementary School, Ashland, Oregon

Challenging Behavior in Elementary and Middle School is “written in a positive manner that encourages teachers to believe in their ability to make positive differences in the lives of their students. Then the text empowers teachers by giving the relevant research coupled with practical examples of how to apply the findings of the research.”
—Susan Hampton,
Virginia Middle School, Bristol, Virginia/ National Board for Professional Teaching Standards

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