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Current publications in peer-reviewed journals based on my ongoing research:

 

Cook, C.R., Crews, S.D., Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, G.R., Gale, B., Gresham, F.M., & Kraemer, B. (2006).

             Establishing and evaluating the substantive adequacy of positive behavior supports plans. Journal of Behavioral

             Education.

 

Browning-Wright, D., Mayer, G.R., Cook, C.R., Crews, S.D., Gale, B., & Wallace, M. (2006). Effects of training using

             the Behavior Support Plan Quality Evaluation Guide to improve positive behavior support plans. Education and

             Treatment of Children.

 

Kraemer, B., Cook, C.R., Browning Wright, D., Mayer, G.R., & Wallace, M.D. (in preparation). Effects of training autism

             teachers to develop evidence-based positive behavior support plans. Research on Developmental Disabilities.

 

Cook, C.R., Mayer, G.R., Browning-Wright, D., Kraemer, B.R., & Wallace, M.D. (in preparation). Exploring the link

             between behavior intervention plan quality and student outcomes: Treatment integrity as the mediating link.

 

Other publications:

                     

Most of my publications over the last 20 years are posted throughout the Positive Environment, Network of Trainers website.   

                                                                          http://www.pent.ca.gov/

 

 

 

                                      

Positive Interventions for Serious Behavior Problems

                                 This manual is in the process of being released for web-posting from the original                                        publishers, California Department of Education, and will soon be posted in its                                        entirety, with some updates at: http://sjcoe.org/resources/

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                      

                                      

                                      

THE BSP DESK REFERENCE: A Teacher and Behavior Support Team’s Guide to   Developing and Evaluating Behavior Support Plans

                                 This manual is complete and is downloadable from the PENT website 3/15/07:

                                                                        http://www.pent.ca.gov/newinfo.htm

 

 

  

Cornell, D, Shuras, P. (2005) Guidelines for Responding to Student Threats of Violence, Sopris West. (contributed

             chapters on special education law and behavior support planning.)

 

Wright, D.B., Cafferata, G., Keller, D., & Saren, D. (2006). The BSP Desk Reference: A Teacher and Behavior Support    

Team’s Guide to Developing a Behavior Support Plan, posted at www.pent.ca.gov

 

Wright, D.B. (2005)  contributing author to Cornell, D., Guidelines for  Responding to Student Threats of Violence, Sopris West.

 

Wright, D.B.(2004) Tools to Develop, Implement and Score a Behavior Support Plan, posted at www.pent.ca.gov

 

Wright, D.B. (2002) Remove behavioral barriers: California’s collaboration pinpoints best practices, California Special              Education Alert, Vol. 8, No. 10.

 

Wright, D.B. (2002) Reduce difficult behavior with minimal report writing, The School Discipline Advisor,  Vol..4, No. 3.

 

Wright, D.B., Gronroos, N. (2002) Use careful delivery to communicate mental retardation diagnosis, The  Special              Educator, Vol. 17, No. 12.

 

Wright, D. B., Canter, A. (2002) Introduction to the special issue: Systemic behavioral interventions, NASP Communiqué,              Vol. 30, No. 6.

 

Wright, D.B. (2002) Practical baby-steps toward positive practices: Methods for those with little time, no teacher  release              time and little top-down support, NASP Communiqué, Vol. 30, No. 6.

 

Wright, D.B. (2002) Removing behavioral barriers to school success: A statewide positive                                         environments, network  of trainers (PENT), NASP Communiqué, Vol. 30, No. 6.

 

Wright, D.B., Gurman, H.G. (2001) Positive interventions for serious behavior problems, 2nd Edition, updated. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Education Press.

 

Wright, D.B. (2001) Approaching behavior head-on; Individual behavior support planning required by federal law; IDEA underpinnings for positive behavioral supports, The Special Edge, (14) No.2.

 

Wright, D.B. (2001) Time Away: a procedure to teach coping in the classroom, NASP Communiqué, (29)No.5.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Coordinate compliance with IDEA through general education discipline procedure,  Worksheets to assure FAPE in the LRE for 11th day suspensions, The Special Educator, LRP, (16) 11.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Pit crews: using peers to change behavior, NASP Communiqué, Vol. 29, No. 2.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Rethinking Manifestation Determination, Manifestation Determination Worksheet, NASP Communiqué, Vol. 29, No. 2.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Extensive IDEA changes make sequential behavior analysis a must, LRP California Special Education Alert, (7) 2.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) IEP teams must have faithful framework, broad analysis of discipline issues, The Special Educator, LRP (16) 4.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Manifestation determination analysis summary sheet, The Special Educator,

LRP (16) 4.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Testing accommodations for students with disabilities, NASP Communiqué,(28) 5.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Individualized curriculum adaptation plans, NASP Communiqué,(28) 5.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000) Designing behavior interventions for students with disabilities or special characteristics, NASP              Communiqué,(28) 6.

 

Wright, D.B.(1999)  What every teacher should know in order to positively support student behavior: a guide for consultants helping teachers, NASP Communiqué, (29) 1.

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) Grading/evaluation options, NASP Communiqué,(28) 6.

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) IDEA definitions: adaptations, accommodations and modifications NASP Communiqué,

(28) 6.

Wright, D.B. (1999) Decreasing teacher resistance to implementing IEP accommodations, NASP Communiqué,(28) 6.

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) Addressing behavior that impedes learning, CASP Today Quarterly Magazine,(49)1, Fall.

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) Class-wide systems to cue, shape and model behavior, strategies for teachers, CASP Today Quarterly Magazine, (49) 1, Fall.

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) Support plan for behavior interfering with learning of student or peers, CASP Today Quarterly Magazine, (49) 1, Fall.

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) Addressing ‘behavior that impedes learning’, NASP Communiqué, (27) 7.

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) Class wide systems to cue, shape, and model behavior: strategies for teachers, NASP Communiqué,(27) 7.

 

Wright, D.B., Gurman, H.G. (1998) Positive interventions for serious behavior problems, 2nd Edition. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Education

 

Wright, D.B., Gurman, H.G.  (1994) Positive interventions for serious behavior problems, Sacramento, CA: Resources in Special Education

 

 

Wright, D.B. (2001) Avoiding Homework Wars posted at www.schwablearning.org First of an ongoing series on behavior support to be written for parent readership.

 

Wright, D.B. (2000-on-going) Multiple segments/articles related to Delivering the Hard News Well: Mental Retardation,   9/11: educator’s  responses, behavior and behavior plan development posted at www. Nasponline.org

 

Wright, D.B. (1999) Supporting behavior in an inclusive education 3rd grade. New York: Allyn and Bacon Publishers (One 30 minute training segment produced by KCET Public television, for a teacher in-service series, available through Allyn and Bacon publishers.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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