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Timeout has been used extensively within schools to address inappropriate behavior in children. In practice, timeout is not a single strategy. Rather it is a compilation of related practices. Some forms of timeout are research-based practices for modifying student behavior. However, others lack...
Virtual learning is attracting more students with disabilities as it may offer unique learning opportunities in online environments. However, virtual instruction may not effectively meet the needs of students with emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD). We highlight ways that special education...
In this article, we provide guidance about when planned ignoring should be considered, questions that may arise, and step-by-step procedures for implementing. A scenario of a kindergarten student is used to illustrate planned ignoring and possible questions regarding implementation in an...
Students with emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD) may benefit from specific instruction on ways to prepare for and participate in their own individualized education program (IEP) meetings. In this article, we describe the application of a research-based self-directed IEP process that can be...
Functional communication training (FCT) is a strategy to address problem behavior for students with various disabilities that is supported by a broad evidence base. Despite this support, multiple factors continue to dissuade educators from utilizing FCT in their classrooms. This article outlines...
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