Challenging Behaviour in the Regular Classroom: Empowering Teachers Working with Children and Families at Risk through the Early Impact Program
Teachers in regular classrooms engage with a diverse population of students. This paper examines a multimodal, early intervention approach for reducing the impact of challenging behaviour in infant aged children.
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International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.51-56.
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Stephen has worked for the past twelve years in education and psychology. He has a particular interest in counselling psychology and early intervention and prevention strategies for children and families at-risk of conduct problems. He has recently submitted his doctoral thesis in psychology where his research focussed on the evaluation of an early intervention and prevention program for children with conduct problems. He is currently working as a full-time lecturer in the School of Human Services at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia, where he teaches counselling and psychology to both undergraduate and post graduate students.
Dr Terry Gatfield is a senior lecturer in the Department of Marketing at Griffith University Queensland Australia. He has published over 80 articles with a primary focus on consumer behaviour in an international marketing context.
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