THE ACTING OUT CHILD: Coping With Classroom Disruption

This book is a synthesis of decades of practical and theoretical knowledge about students who disrupt the school environment. The book offers teachers strategies for managing and remediating disruptive behavior. Specifically, this reference defines acting-out behavior in the school setting, describes in detail effective techniques for handling these behaviors, and illustrates practical interventions for teachers, counselors, consultants, and other education professionals. (Publisher: Sopris West, Longmont, CO. Date: 1995)