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Understanding the Teaching–Learning Process
Understanding the Teaching–Learning Process

We wrote this book to provide school personnel with tools that increase students’ success in school—not just some students—all students. We believe this success is directly related to teaching and supporting behaviors that maximize the effectiveness of instruction and facilitate personal and interpersonal relations with school staff and other students. Likewise, students need to avoid displaying behaviors that hinder instruction and impede getting along with others. Thus, we designed the book to provide school leaders, teachers, and staff with the implementation steps and details of proven strategies that have been documented for establishing and maintaining student behaviors conducive to school success. Consequently, to ensure that the various steps are implemented consistently and effectively, the underpinnings of these ...

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