Behavior Reflection: Think Sheet I like that this looks for the root cause of misbehavior so that issues can be resolved. I can use some of the these questions to work through issues with students.
Autism Classroom News: Teaching Appropriate Attention-Seeking to Replace Challenging Behaviors (Freebie!
Corkboard Connections: What to Do About . Students Who Seek Attention (ideas to curb blurting, interrupting, and disruption)
Another that can apply to employees -- Giving Attention Seeking Students the Right Kind of Attention: Ten Powerful Ideas!
10 Strategies to Deal with Challenging and Attention Seeking Behavior - Mommy Shorts
Autism Classroom NewsTeaching Appropriate Attention-Seeking to Replace Challenging Behaviors (Freebie!
This resource, written by educator and school psychologist Allen Mendler, suggests a constructive way for teachers to avoid a power struggle with that attention-seeking student.