Rob Long's Intervention Toolbox: For Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties
Publication Year: 2009
Rob Long’s Intervention Toolbox is written for education practitioners who support young people with problem behaviours that act as barriers to their successful engagement with school. Taking a multi-dimensional approach, the Toolbox provides solutions to deal with the multi-faceted nature of challenging behaviour. There are 6 compartments to the Toolbox: Physiological; Feelings; Behaviour; Cognitive; Social; Happiness. For each compartment there are a number of tools (interventions) that may be used depending on the age and level of understanding of the young person. As all problem behaviours have many component parts, the Toolbox enables practitioners to employ several interventions to comprehensively tackle challenging behaviours. There are specific sections on both Asperger’s Syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders with In Class Behaviour Plans for these learners, as ...
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Subject Index
- Chapter 1: Children and Young People in School
- Chapter 2: Common Childhood Behavioural Disorders
- Chapter 3: The Toolbox: Dimensions
- The Compartments of the Toolbox
- Chapter 4: The Assessment Questionnaire
- Chapter 5: The Tools
© Rob Long 2009
First published 2009
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My thanks to all those who have helped me in the writing of this book. In particular Katie Metzler at Sage for her suggestions and contributions, and a special thanks to George Robinson for his invaluable review of the work in progress, which was both needed and appreciated.
To my family, Jenni, Joe and Olga, for being a constant source of love, fun and meaning. To Christine, my lasting gratitude for helping me choose wisely.
And finally, to all who carry the ‘pebble’, thanks, attitude is everything.[Page vi]
How to Use the CD-Rom[Page ix]
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- PowerPoint slides
Notes for the PowerPoint Presentation
- A Road Map for Using the Toolbox
- The Dimension Questions
- Tool Intervention Log
- Tension Scale
- Progressive Muscle Relaxation Script
- Visualisation Exercise
- Record of My Successes!
- The Quick Relax Method [Page x]
- Self-monitoring Form
- Self-recording Form
- Take Command
- Task Engagement
- Example Log Sheet
- Challenging the Negative
- Positive Thinking
- Social Skills Performance-related Assessment
- Discussion Questions
- Skill Assessment Profile
- At Your Best
- Badge of Courage
- Signature strengths
- Increasing Pleasure and Competency
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