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EBD: I chose to pin this anchor chart because I feel that the visual nature of the information makes the message more easily understood. I could see myself walking my classroom of students through this chart if their peer(s) is diagnosed with an emotional and/or behavioral disorder in order for all students to gain a better understanding of the actions that I would be taking in the classroom. I also like the helpful suggestions at the bottom of the chart!

EBD: I chose to pin this anchor chart because I feel that the visual nature of the information makes the message more easily understood. I could see myself walking my classroom of students through this chart if their peer(s) is diagnosed with an emotional and/or behavioral disorder in order for all students to gain a better understanding of the actions that I would be taking in the classroom. I also like the helpful suggestions at the bottom of the chart!

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from HubPages

Educational Strategies/Interventions for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

This site discusses what self advocacy is and why is important for students with disabilities. Several strategies are offered for teachers of students with disabilities.

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from HubPages

Educational Strategies/Interventions for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

This site discusses what self advocacy is and why is important for students with disabilities. Several strategies are offered for teachers of students with disabilities.

from HubPages

Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: Defintions, Characteristics and Identifying These Students in Your Classroom

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from Education.com

Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Children: Characteristics

good explanation of EBD for teachers and parents, and how to support students in the classroom

from About.com Education

How to Support Students with Behavioral and Emotional Disorders