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Discuss the differences and possible consequences for a proactive approach versus a reactive management style for children with EBD. What is a proactive approach? What is a reactive management?

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The differences between reactive management style and proactive approaches to children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (EBD) include the disciplinary tactics that are entailed within the two approaches. While traditional reactive approaches to children with (EBD) are characterized by interventions that exclude the children such as detention, suspension, and expulsion; proactive ...

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difference between proactive and reactive approaching when dealing with student with EBD.

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