Parenting or teaching a child with emotional and behavioral deficits can be challenging on many levels. What 3 essentials skills (or group of skills) are necessary to be an effective parent or teacher of students with emotional behavior disorders?
Goal setting, we teach and expect kids to do it every day. But as a teacher, parent, or therapist do you set your own goals to work towards? How do YOU shape your own behavior and keep yourself on track?
This is an informal survey of people working in the field of behavior analysis and positive behavior support:
In 150 words or less, tell me why you do what you do?
Please post your response in the comment section below.
Yesterday was one of those days when having a tally counter on hand might have been a fun idea. It seems even on vacation I can’t get away from observing the behavior of others. Hey I’m not judging anyone. I’ve had my own ups and downs as a parent. Which leads to my two part question of the week, what is your worst and then your best moment as a parent while in public with your kids?