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# Case Example 1: Joe - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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• Joe is a 2nd grade student who was referred by his teacher for refusing to do work and throwing tantrums (whining, pounding his hands on his desk, and throwing his papers on the floor). This problem occurs most frequently when Joe is given a math assignment to work on in math class. After he throws a tantrum he is often sent to the back table where he works on sheets of single digit addition facts. His behavior has become much worse since beginning the lessons on subtraction, but the behavior started with the introduction of double digit addition problems.

Behavior

Consequence

Given assignments in math class

Throws tantrum

Goes to the back table and works on easier single digit addition and subtraction

Example 1: What is the function?

Function:

The function of Joe’s behavior appears to be to escape more difficult math problems (double digit addition and subtraction)

• Reducing Problem Behavior

• Example w/ Joe

Go to back table with easier work

No setting event ID’d

Math Assignment

Throws a Tantrum

• Increasing Desired Behavior

• Example w/ Joe

Complete math work

Success in math

No setting event ID’d

Math Assignment

Throws a Tantrum

Go to back table with easier work

• Example w/ Joe

Complete math work

Success in math

Go to back table with easier work

No setting event ID’d

Math Assignment

Throws a Tantrum