Compare your findings to ideas in the chapter.

Strategies when interventions require follow-up.

a. Observe an instance of serious mistaken behavior where a teacher intervened using guidance. Which of the follow-up strategies did the teacher use? What seemed to be the effect of the intervention on the child? Compare your findings to ideas in the chapter.

b. Interview a teacher about his approach when intervening during serious mistaken behavior. What does he try to accomplish at the point of the conflict? After the parties involved have cooled down? Ask the teacher his views on one or more of the intervention strategies? Compare your findings to ideas in the chapter.

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