Question: Determine three ways you can program for the generalization of appropriate behavior development
James is a third-grade student who is attending school. He is a student identified with emotional and behavioral disorders. James receives special education services in a self-contained classroom for students with E/BD.
James has consistently struggled with academic tasks and does not like school or his teachers. His cognitive ability is within the average range. When he is successful while working in one-to-one situations, he is compliant, and he can complete his class work. Additional strengths include athletic ability and positive peer interaction, and he can ignore the inappropriate behavior of other students when he is academically focused. James` favorite classes are P.E., art, and music