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ERIC Number: ED121792
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Feb-27
Pages: 205
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A Program to Reduce Disruptive Behavior in a School Based Upon a Practical Application of the Adlerian Theory of Psychology.
Crawford, Carl G.
This practicum report describes a program to aid in reducing the incidence of disruptive behavior of students through the use of the Adlerian Theory of Psychology. The report contains a general definition of the problem, which was the reduction of the disruptive student behavior, and the objectives to be achieved from the program. There is a discussion of the genesis of the program and of a probable solution to the problem. The format of the program and a list of four specific problems related to disruptive behavior are then presented. Next, the practicum objectives are listed, followed by a listing and discussion of the performance objectives and evaluative instruments. A discussion of the implementation of the practicum precedes explanations of the various types of workshops presented. Next is an evaluation and a detailed discussion of the results. The report concludes with a description of the educational impact of the program at the local, state, and national levels, and an overall summary of the report. The appendixes contain samples of all instruments and communications used for the practicum. (RC)
Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses
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