Improving the conduct of students with behavioral disorders by incorporating student interests into curricular activities

 
Systematic curricular accommodations reduced the problem behaviors of four elementary students with behavioral disorders. Assessments identified student interests and curricular assignments associated with high levels of problem behavior. Curricular modification was then implemented. Results support adaptations that incorporate student interests to decrease undesirable and increase desirable behaviors.

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Behavioral Disorders

Author

  • Shelley Clarke