Review by: Vicky Woods, Special Education Coordinator, Mesa Valley School District #51, Grand Junction, Colorado
"Prevent-Teach-Reinforce is exactly what school teams need in order to develop effective behavior plans . . . These are the processes every administrator or special education team would hope to develop within a school structure."
Review by: Tim Knoster, Bloomsburg University
"Describes the science of behavior change in a manner that is effective and user friendly . . . Teachers should find the approach and examples in this book helpful in addressing behavioral concerns in the classroom."
Review by: C. Michael Nelson, Researcher in Residence, Department of Teaching and Learning, University of Louisville
"Written in teacher-friendly language, with clear, practical suggestions and concrete examples . . . this book is a must read for school teams planning for students with challenging behavior."
Review by: Robert H. Horner, University of Oregon
"Logical and clear. Of special value is the wealth of examples and specific intervention suggestions that will make this text immediately useful for teachers, families and behavior specialists."
Review by: Jennifer Zarcone, Director, Community Consultation Program, Strong Center for Developmental Disabilities, University of Rochester Medical Center, New York
"Provides school teams with 5 straightforward steps for implementing effective interventions . . . It is a must-have for every teacher working with difficult-to-manage children."
Review by: Rachel Janney, Inclusive School Works, Blacksburg, Virginia.
"An outstanding guide to behavioral support for school-based teams . . . This book will be a valuable resource to teachers and parents of students with challenging behavior."