ERIC Number: ED387993
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
L'Integration des eleves en difficulte de comportement en classe ordinaire (Preparing To Integrate Students with Behavioral Disorders).
Gable, Robert A.; And Others
This booklet, in French, reviews the literature and offers guidelines to assist in the integration of students with behavioral disorders into mainstream settings and in the delivery of appropriate instructional services to these students. In Part 1, Robert A. Gable and Virginia K. Laycock offer practical advice on how principals, other administrators, and program coordinators can facilitate the integration of students with behavioral disorders. Chapters cover: establishing guidelines for integration; skills needed in regular classes; transition planning; cooperative planning; and enhancing the understanding of regular teachers. A conservative approach is proposed which stresses the matching of student capabilities with the setting's demands. In Part 2, Sharon A. Maroney and Carl R. Smith consider the teacher's responsibility to provide high-quality instruction, in chapters which address: teachers as advocates; evaluating student progress; generalizing skills; communicating clearly; preparing students for life outside the classroom; strategies that work; teaching responsibility to students; teaching social skills; and improving the quality of life. (Contains 56 references.) (DB)
Descriptors: Administrator Role, Behavior Disorders, Child Advocacy, Educational Administration, Educational Methods, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Generalization, Inclusive Schools, Interpersonal Competence, Mainstreaming, Regular and Special Education Relationship, Social Integration, Student Evaluation, Student Placement, Teacher Responsibility, Teacher Role
La Corporation Ecole et Comportement, 17, rue du Forgeron, Levis, Quebec, Canada G6V 7H6.
Publication Type: Translations; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: La Corporation Ecole et Comportement, Levis (Quebec).
Note: For English version, see ED 333 658. Translated by Isabelle Tremblay.