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Administrator's Desk Reference
by Randy Sprick PhD; Lisa Howard MS; B.J. Wise MEd; Kim Marcum 
Lead your staff in the prevention of behavior problems by helping them to positively interact with
students.
    Acting Out Child
    by Hill M. Walker, PhD
    Benefit from a thorough understanding of acting-out behavior, learn about its origins and development, why common attempts to cope with inappropriate behavior fail, how to assess behavior, how to best combine interventions, and more! Includes case studies and model interventions.
    CHAMPs: A Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management
    by Randy Sprick PhD; Mickey Garrison PhD; Lisa Howard MS
    CHAMPs, designed by Randy Sprick, is a research-based program on classroom organization and management.  Participants learn how to structure classrooms to prompt responsible student behavior, directly teach and encourage students to behave responsibly, and pre-plan responses to student misbehavior.  An authoritative guide to classroom management, the CHAMPs book will systematically guide classroom teachers in developing (or improving) a proactive and positive classroom management plan. Grades K-8
    The Effective Teacher
    by Harry Wong
    The Effective Teacher shows what effective teachers do to cause student achievement.  It is all common sense, research-based, non-controversial, basic information and techniques used by effective teachers shared in an entertaining easy-to-implement format.  
    Foundations: Establishing Positive Discipline Policies
    by Randy Sprick PhD; Mickey Garrison PhD; Lisa Howard MS
    A resource that provides practical and safe strategies for managing and preventing acting-out behavior and classroom disruption at various levels. Grades K-12
    Managing the Cycle of Acting-Out Behavior
    by Geoffrey Colvin, PhD
    This guide helps you understand, prevent, and manage students' acting-out behavior, no matter how small or serious the problem may be. Using the guide's seven-phase conceptual model, teachers and staff can develop a specific behavior profile and a comprehensive plan to put an end to students' acting-out behavior.
    Skillstreaming for Adolescents
    by Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein and Dr. Ellen McGinnis with Dr. Robert P. Sprafkin, Dr. N. Jane Gershaw and Paul Klein
    Skillstreaming addresses the social skill needs of students who display aggression, immaturity, withdrawal or other problem behaviors. This newly revised book offers the most up-to-date information for implementing the Skillstreaming approach, which utilizes modeling, role playing, performance feedback, and transfer [homework]. Students develop competence in dealing with interpersonal conflicts and learn to use self-control. The curriculum contains 50 skill lessons and includes six skill groups: Beginning Social Skills, Advanced Social Skills, Dealing with Feeling, Alternatives to Aggression, Dealing with Stress, and Planning Skills.
      Skillstreaming for the Elementary School Child
      by Dr. Ellen McGinnis and Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein
      Skillstreaming addresses the social skill needs of students who display aggression, immaturity, withdrawal, or other problem behaviors. This newly revised book offers the most up-to-date information for implementing the Skillstreaming approach, which utilizes modeling, role playing, performance feedback, and transfer [homework]. Students develop competence in dealing with interpersonal conflicts and learn to use self-control. The curriculum contains 60 skill lessons and includes five skill groups: Classroom Survival Skills; Friendship-Making Skills, Dealing with Feelings, Alternatives to Aggression, and Dealing with Stress.
      Skillstreaming in Early Childhood
      by Dr. Ellen McGinnis and Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein
      Shows how to teach prosocial skills to preschool and kindergarten children. The Skillstreaming approach utilizes modeling, role playing, performance feedback, and transfer training [homework]. The book covers 40 prosocial skills, such as trying when it's hard, knowing when to tell, dealing with teasing, and waiting your turn. The skills are divided into four areas: Beginning Social Skills, Dealing with Feelings, Alternatives to Aggression, and Dealing with Stress. The authors include strategies for managing problem behaviors and for building positive relationships with parents.

        START on Time!
        by Randy S. Sprick, PhD
        The START on Time! program is a multimedia inservice for middle and high school personnel.  These materials lead your staff step by step through designing and implementing a unified approach to schoolwide hallway management to:  reduce frequency of tardiness by up to 90%, increase instructional time lost to tardiness, increase hallway safety, improve school climate, increase interactions between staff and students.
          The Teacher's Encyclopedia of Behavior Management
          by Randy Sprick, Ph.D. and Lisa M. Howard, M.S.
          This groundbreaking work offers the most innovative an practical strategies in education today for increasing student responsibility, addressing more than 100 of the most common classroom problems.  With hundreds of model plans as well as invaluable techniques for customizing and implementing effective interventions, The Teacher's Encyclopedia of Behavior Management will assist you in creating productive and respectful learning environments.