What are Learning Styles? Why Are They So Popular? As spelled out in VARK one of the most popular learning styles inventoriesthese styles are often categorized by sensory approaches: Despite the variation in categories, the fundamental idea behind learning styles is the same:
Promoting behavioral success in schools: Commentary on exemplary practices The articles in this special Practitioner's Edition of Psychology in the Schools share the application of sound educational and behavioral practices in real school and classroom contexts. Given this emphasis in these articles on the applied use of behavioral practices, the purpose of this brief commentary is to highlight and comment on some of the big ideas that link these practitioner-focused articles.
Specifically, three main questions are addressed: Establishing efficient and durable systems of school-based support Part of a special section on linking systems for prevention and intervention in emerging models for promoting children's mental health.
A commentary on an article by Atkins, Graczyk, Frazier, and Abdul-Adil that appeared in this issue on pp. In their article, Atkins et al. The writer commends Atkins et al. He seeks to expand Atkins et al. Supporting Successful Transition to Kindergarten: General Challenges and Specific Implications for Students with Problem Behavior The purpose of this review is to present factors that impede and promote successful transition to kindergarten, with a focus on the specific needs of students with problem behavior.
The review addresses competencies that teachers report are critical for success in kindergarten, traditional transition practices, and challenges in implementing transition practices. Suggestions are provided to begin to attend to some of the issues affecting successful transition for children with challenging behavior and include an overarching framework to better support transition practices and specific suggestions for appropriate supports.
Issues of personal dignity and social validity in school-wide systems of positive behavior support This article provides an analysis of issues related to personal dignity and social validity in schools. Specifically, dignity is defined in terms of individual success and independence, while social validity is defined in terms of the system as a whole.
These definitions are explored in the context of schoolwide systems of positive behavior support PBS. Descriptions of schoolwide systems of PBS are used to analyze and detail procedures that maintain respect for personal dignity and social validity.
In addition, processes for engaging persons in this discussion are critically analyzed. Future development and growth of PBS as a technology-based approach to developing self-determined, independent, and successful persons is discussed.
Direction is suggested in the way we consider issues, define our values, and engage others in systemic change efforts. Coaching positive behavior support in school settings: Tactics and data-based decision-making Systems of positive behavior support PBS that positively affect student performance involve consensus among stakeholders, the development of environments that facilitate student success, effective teaching of rules and procedures, and consistent consequences for behavior.
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