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Jeopardy

Introduction

Procedures

Misc

Consent

Time-Out

$100

$100

$100

$100

$100

$200

$200

$200

$200

$200

$300

$300

$300

$300

$300

$400

$400

$400

$400

$400

$500

$500

$500

$500

$500


Introduction--$100

  • Conditional procedures can only be used when part of the IEP.

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Introduction--$200

  • There are three types of regulated procedures.

  • answer


Introduction--$300

  • To use a conditional procedure you must identify the frequency and severity of the behavior.

  • answer


Introduction--$400

  • Identify four ways to identify the frequency and severity of behavior.

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Introduction--$500

  • Identify two positive interventions for behavioral reduction.

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Procedures--$100

  • Prohibited procedures can only be used under very specified conditions.

  • answer


Procedures--$200

  • Presentation of intense sounds is prohibited.

  • answer


Procedures--$300

  • Using a study carrel to totally or partially restrict a pupil’s auditory sense is prohibited.

  • answer


Procedures--$400

  • The use of manual restraint is prohibited.

  • answer


Procedures-$500

  • Time-out for seclusion is a conditional procedure.

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Misc--$100

  • All behavioral interventions not covered in the IEP must be consistent with the district’s discipline policy.

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Misc--$200

  • Districts may use conditional procedures in emergency situations until the team can meet.

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Misc--$300

  • The number of times a team can use an emergency procedure in a month.

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Misc--$400

  • The number of days the team has to meet after using an emergency procedure.

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Misc--$500

  • Corporal punishment is:

  • (1) hitting or spanking a person with or without an object; or

  • (2) unreasonable physical force that causes bodily harm or substantial emotional harm

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Consent-$100

  • A parent may withdraw consent for a behavioral intervention program at any time and the school must stop it immediately.

  • answer


Consent--$200

  • An event that increases the potency of a particular reinforcer at a particular time.

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Consent--$300

  • A school can put a behavior intervention plan into place without parental consent.

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Consent--$400

  • If the school district stops using a behavior intervention plan that a parent objects to, they do not need to have further communication with the parent.

  • answer


Consent--$500

  • The number of school days in which the school has to make contact with parents to develop changes in program or placement when a behavior intervention plan is stopped.

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Time-Out--$100

  • When using time-out in a Behavior Intervention Plan you must include specific criteria for returning the student to routine activities.

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Time-Out--$200

  • When a student is in a seclusionary time-out environment they must be monitoried at all times.

  • answer


Time-Out--$300

  • When using seclusionary time-out in a specially designated isolation room or similar space, control switches (e.g., light switches) must be located outside the room.

  • answer


Time-Out--$400

  • A time-out room should be at least 6’ by 7’.

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Time-Out--$500

  • If a student refuses to calm down when in seclusionary time-out we can deny them access to drinking water for a maximum of 30 minutes.

  • answer


Introduction--$100

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Introduction--$200

  • A: False

  • Back to board


Introduction--$300

  • A: True

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Introduction--$400

  • A: Measuring the dimensions of frequency, latency, intensity, duration.

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Introduction--$500

  • A: Antecedent Control; Differential Reinforcement, Extinction (maybe)

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Procedures--$100

  • A: False

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Procedures--$200

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Procedures--$300

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Procedures--$400

  • A: False

  • Back to board


Procedures--$500

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Misc--$100

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Misc--$200

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Misc--$300

  • A: Two

  • Back to board


Misc--$400

  • A: Five

  • Back to board


Misc--$500

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Consent--$100

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Consent--$200

  • A: False

  • Back to board


Consent--$300

  • A: False

  • Back to board


Consent--$400

  • A: False

  • Back to board


Consent--$500

  • A: Three

  • Back to board


Time-Out--$100

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Time-Out--$200

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Time-Out--$300

  • A: True

  • Back to board


Time-Out--$400

  • A: False

  • Back to board


Time-Out--$500

  • A: False

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