Dr. Gulchak’s passion for sharing the good news about bad behavior began as an educator and speaker but quickly spread to writing. His blog, titled Mr.ChuckChuck, beginning in 2006, was a constant source for information on classroom and behavior management, the latest research from educational conference, and events where he presented research papers. Now, interactive iBook textbooks are the canvass for teaching educators how to implement positive behavior systems across their district, school, and classroom. Use your iPad/iPhone/Mac to download a FREE chapter now and purchase the books from iTunes – just click on the book below.
Blood, E. & Gulchak, D. J. (2013), Embedding “Clickers” Into Classroom Instruction: Benefits and Strategies. Intervention in School and Clinic, 48 (4), 246-253.
Gulchak, D. J. (2008). Using a mobile handheld computer to teach a student with emotional and behavioral disorders to self-monitor attention. Education and Treatment of Children, 31, 567-581.
Gulchak, D. J. (2008). The special ways of handhelds: Leveraging the power of technology to help special needs students succeed. District Administration.
Gulchak, D. J & Lopes, J. A. (2007). Interventions for students with behavioral disorders: An international literature review. Behavioral Disorders, 32, 267-281.
Rutherford, R. B., Mathur, S. R, & Gulchak, D. J. (Eds.). (2007). Severe behavior disorders of children and youth: Introduction [Special Issue]. Education and Treatment of Children, 30, 1-3.
Gulchak, D. J. (2007). Review of the book Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: An introduction for Teachers and other Helping Professionals, 2nd Edition. Beyond Behavior 17, 32-35.
Gulchak, D. J. (2003). Want to improve your memory? Try these proven strategies. The Toastmaster, 69, 26-27.
www.PBISaz.org, Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports of Arizona
www.azcec.org, Arizona Council for Exceptional Children
www.ccbd.net, Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (past)
www.tecbd.org, Teacher Educators for Children with Behavioral Disorders (past)
www.edjj.org, Education, Disability and Juvenile Justice (past)