Hallways and High Schools: Changes in Adult Behavior to Decrease Disruption from Students in Non-Classroom SettingsIntervention in School and Clinic
AbstractDecreasing classroom disruptions that result from hallway related behavior in high school settings can be very challenging for high school staff. This article describes a case example of preventing problem behavior related to hallway settings in a high school with over 1,200 students. The interventions are described and the results of the plan are included.
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Citation InformationBohanon, H. (2015). Changes in adult behavior to decrease disruption from students in non-classroom settings. Intervention in School and Clinic. 15 (1).,12-18. http://ecommons.luc.edu/education_facpubs/39