Students with Emotional and Behavioral Problems: Assessment, Management, and Intervention Strategies provides educators and paraprofessionals with the necessary skills and resources to target both low- and high-incidence emotional behavioral problems encountered in general and special education environments across the lifespan of students-- from early childhood to transition to adulthood. Drawn from direct experience in classroom and clinical settings, this resource provides all educators with practical, step-by-step information about how to implement specific interventions that work with the most challenging students, including those with ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD), anxiety disorders, and earl-onset schizophrenia. Aligned with the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) standards for special educators as well as Praxis II content-area standards, features of this text also include a wide variety of pedagogy designed to provide additional connections to chapter content such as advance organizers, four in-depth case studies interrelated to chapter content, multidiciplinary perspectives from professionals in special education and related fields, summary questions,a nd extension activities. Additional features include: Effective Classroom Practices-- covering the assessment of students for eligibility for special education services, instructional planning, and classroom management. These chapters offer best practices in the prevention and management of student problem behavior at the school, classroom, small group, and individual level (Chapters 3-6). Interventions for Specific Populations-- examining students with specific emotional and behavioral problems including information concerning characteristics and practical intervention strategies for addressing the unique needs of each diagnostic grouping (Chapters 7-11). Consultation and Collaboration--exploring the role of the teacher as collaborative partner, working with families, teachers, paraprofessionals, school counselors/psychologists, community agencies, and mental health professionals (Chapters 12-14). A chapter devoted to School-Based Crisis Intervention discussing the risk factors for school violence, suggesting guidelines for preventing it, and providing discipline and de-escalation strategies for dealing with out-of-hand situations (Chapter 14).Downing, Joyce Anderson is the author of 'Students With Emotional and Behavior Problems Assessment, Management And Intervention Strategies', published 2006 under ISBN 9780130394767 and ISBN 0130394769.