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Progress without punishment: Effective approaches for learners with behavior problems.

As learners with special educational, developmental, and behavioral needs are increasingly integrated into the community, it is essential that appropriate and dignified ways of responding to those needs are found. This book advocates and explores the use of alternative, nonaversive intervention procedures. "It is in fact, the assumption behind all of our work," the authors write, "that a positive and constructive program recognized that all citizens, regardless of level of impairment, have the right to learn to live, work, and enjoy recreation in natural settings with their non-handicapped peers and others."

  • Author/Creator: Donnellan, A.M., LaVigna, G.W., Negri-Shoultz, N., Fassbender, L.L
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Special Education Series
  • Publisher: Teachers College
  • Year: 1988

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