Compare your findings to ideas from the chapter about comprehensive guidance.

Comprehensive guidance with Level Three mistaken behavior.

a. Observe over at least a week’s worth of classes how a teacher uses comprehensive guidance with a child. (The use of comprehensive guidance may be informal.) Take notes for each class period. Discuss which of the eight steps the teacher did or did not seem to use. Talk with the teacher if possible about the progress the child is making. Compare your findings to ideas from the chapter about comprehensive guidance.

b. Interview a teacher about how she worked with a child, colleagues, and the child’s family to help the child overcome Level Three (serious) mistaken behavior. Referring to the chapter, which steps of comprehensive guidance were formally or informally followed? How was the child’s family involved? How did the teacher assess the progress the child made? Compare your findings to ideas from the chapter about comprehensive guidance.

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