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    Summary: Positive Climate

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    Peer aggression during the observation. Punitive control: The teachers were not observed yelling, using threats, or engaging in physical control of the children. Sarcasm/disrespect: Teachers were generally respectful in their interactions with the children. Little to no teasing, humiliation, or sarcastic voices by the teachers were observed. Severe negativity: Teachers were respectful, gentle, and thoughtful with their interactions with the children. There was no victimization, bullying, or physical punishment observed during this observation. Areas where additional support may be needed: No additional support needed at this time. Dimension: Teacher Sensitivity Focus of dimension: Encompasses the teacher’s awareness of and responsivity to students’ academic and emotional needs; high levels of sensitivity facilitate students’ ability to actively explore and learn because the teacher consistently provides comfort, reassurance, and encouragement. Summary of strengths: Awareness: For the most part, the teachers were aware of the children’s needs and could anticipate problems and plan accordingly. At times, teachers scanned the room, noticing children who are disengaged, struggling, or having a conflict with a friend. For example, while scanning the room a teacher noticed a potential conflict between two children and planned accordingly by sitting with the children to help resolve the issue. Sensitive teachers are aware of each child’s academic and emotional…

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    Risk-need responsivity Juveniles today are becoming an increased concern in the field of criminal justice; it is imperative that appropriate measures must be taken to determine the precise causation behind the criminal activities of juvenile’s entering into the juvenile justice system. Juveniles who have been subjected to domestic violence, sexual/physical abuse, come from broken homes (single parent homes), obtain mental health issues (ADD, ADHD, conduct disorder), are deemed to be at a…

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    Sensory Integration also known as Sensory Processing is a specialty area of occupational therapy that is based on over 40 years of theory and research. The term “sensory integration” refers to: the way the brain organizes sensations for engagement in occupation. Sensory Integration is most commonly discussed for children with Autism but has also been used for students with other developmental disabilities as well. When children or adults need assistance in their environments with sensory…

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    correctional goals. Modern corrections punitive treatment of offenders is justified for deterring others from engaging in criminal behaviour, however, the punishment of individuals is not necessarily useful in preventing recidivism (Edney, & Bagaric, 2007). A popular mode of rehabilitation has been the risk, need, responsivity model (RNR) in its attempt to reduce offender recidivism. An alternative GLM approach asserts downfalls…

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    intervention on reducing recidivism in sexual, violent, and general recidivism. The risk should focus on higher risk offenders and should actuarial risk assessments. There are either little to no effects on reducing recidivism if the focus for risk assessment is used for low risk offenders, however once the focus is shifts to the ones who actually need it, such as the higher risk then the results will have a positive effect on reducing recidivism. Need principle, which is a dynamitic factor,…

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    With that said, it is basically finding strategies to target problem behaviors, if any, that may arise during the intervention of the offender. Using particular behavior approaches to tailor the style of treatment the offender shall receive will help the offender become more responsive to treatment because the offender will see the staff as being on their level. To conclude, without the use of professional discretion, to include, risk assessment, need, and responsivity the offender may not…

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    The Last Chance Ranch is a program for serious juvenile offenders in Florida, which provides a final opportunity for adolescents to turn around their lives before they are officially transferred to the adult system, which often involves prison sentences. The Last Chance Ranch has a number of strengths and areas for improvement, while it also adheres to both the risk and need principles, as well as the general and specific responsivity principles. The Last Chance Ranch displays various strengths…

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    were supplemented into the study giving way to understanding the vulnerability to developing drug addiction. Neuroadaptions, drug-motivated effects, variants of specific genetics, and factors the environment plays, that all participate to the developments of particular addictive diseases. Kreek (2012) from the Social Neuroscience Symposium, considered the effects that genes interaction have with environment, brain, body; including stress and an individuals responsivity to those stressors.…

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    Rnr Model Essay

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    Briefly describe the essential features of the RNR model and the GLM and analyze their strengths. When reviewing the Risk-Need-Responsivity model (RNR), there are three main principles. These principles are the risk principle, the need principle, and responsibility principle. The risk principle states the treatment plan must match the level of service to the sex offender’s risk to re-offend (Andrews & Bonta, 2007). The need principle states that the psychologist must assess criminogenic needs…

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    Parole And Probation

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    Scholars contend that the model has been successful in assessing and rehabilitating offenders across the world (Andrews & Bonta, 2010). As its name suggests, this model is centered on three basic principles: risk, need, and responsivity. The risk principle postulates that the services offered to the parolee should be consistent with his or her risk of reoffending (Andrews & Bonta, 2010). As such, the CCO is required to devote appropriate resources to the offender in providing interventions…

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