At home and in the classroom, structured behavioral techniques and discipline are proven successful. Combined with flexibility that adjusts for a child’s unique needs, flexible structuring is an attitude that focuses on addressing problems instead of bemoaning them.
Problems with Impulsivity or acting before thinking
Problems with Changes in Routine
Difficulty Transitioning from one task to another
Trouble making Transitions at School
Problems completing Multiple Step Tasks
Trouble Following Directions
Using a Behavior Chart
Improving Behavior at School:
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