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Van Brunt, Brian
A faculty guide to addressing disruptive and dangerous behavior / Brian Van Brunt and W. Scott Lewis
Production, publication, distribution, manufacture, copyright New York : Routledge, 2014
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 4th Floor  LC4802 .V36 2014    DUE 08-29-14 OFF CAMPUS
Subject(s) Problem children -- Education -- United States
Learning disabled children -- Education -- United States
Behavior disorders in children -- United States
Behavior modification -- United States
School crisis management -- United States
School violence -- United States -- Prevention
Physical Description xxi, 219 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 204-209) and index
Partial Contents pt. I. Foundations of classroom management. 1. Identifying the crisis : What is a crisis? -- 2. What should I be looking for? : What is disruptive and what is dangerous? ; Howard: angry and explosive ; Grace: odd and threatening ; Dylan: unmotivated and intoxicated ; Carlos: depressed and suicidal ; Understanding the disruptive ; Understanding the dangerous ; The myth of the profile in regard to dangerousness ; Ten behaviors to look for -- 3. Stance and technique : Equanimity: finding your center ; Three ways to stay centered ; Change theory (Prochaska and DiClemente) -- 4. How to handle an emergency : What is the nature of an emergency? ; Face to face: signs of imminent danger ; Classroom behaviors that require immediate attention ; Signs of escalating aggression: what to look for? ; Keep yourself safe first ; Preparedness, self preservation, backup ; What makes them tick? Motivation and crisis ; Techniques of motivational interviewing -- 5. Threat assessment core principals : Threat assessment and dangerousness ; Organized or disorganized ; Fixation and focus ; Action and time imperative ; Who will be the next campus shooter? --
pt. II. Individual behavior in context. 6. Non-traditional and veteran students : Non-traditional students ; Sara's story: finding balance ; Returning active duty veterans ; Amanda's story: wounded soldier -- 7. Millennial and African American students : The millennial generation ; African American students ; Understanding microaggressions -- 8. International and GLBTQ students : International students ; GLBTQ students -- 9. Distance learning students : Distance and blended learning: email and discussion boards ; How to handle disruptive and dangerous online communication ; Standards for a respectful online community -- 10. Mental health in the classroom : Depression and suicide ; Alcohol and addiction ; Eating disorders ; Anxiety ; Bipolar disorder ; Autism spectrum disorder/Asperger's disorder ; Thought disorders --
pt. III. Community referral. 11. Communication : Share your concern, don't silo information ; FERPA ; HIPAA ; Office of Civil Rights Title IX ; Other concerns -- 12. Know your resources : Peer support ; Parental involvement ; Importance of referral ; Counseling ; Conduct ; Americans with Disabilities Act ; Campus BIT ; Title IX ; Closing the circle -- 13. Behavioral Intervention Teams (BIT) : How to use your Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) -- 14. From the Student Conduct Office : "I've got this student . . ." ; "I've got this student who creeps me out" ; "I've got this student who makes me scared to walk alone to my car" ; "I've got this student who makes me dread coming to class" ; "I've got this student who keeps me awake at night" ; "I've got this student who still won't behave even after I confronted him" --
Contents pt. IV. Final thoughts. 15. The most essential things : Ten core concepts ; Confidence ; Humility ; Timing ; Grace and mercy ; Awareness ; Active listening ; Clarify ; Know thyself ; Consult ; Exert control

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