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ABCs & Function of Behavior Lesson 2- ABC Practice. Chris Borgmeier, PhD Portland State University [email protected] www.web.pdx.edu/~cborgmei. ERASE problem behavior.

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ABCs & Function of BehaviorLesson 2- ABC Practice

Chris Borgmeier, PhD

Portland State University

[email protected]

www.web.pdx.edu/~cborgmei


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ERASEproblem behavior

Explain- What is the problem?Reason- What is he/she getting out of it or avoiding? (What is the Function/Pay off of the Behavior?)Appropriate- What do you want him/her to do instead?Support- How can you help this happen more often?

Evaluate - How will you know if it works?


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Learning

A  B  C

Student Learns through repeated experience, that under these specific Antecedent conditions, if I engage in this Behavior, I can expect this Consequence



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Summary Statement

  • Based on several observations

  • Identifies predictable relationships between environmental variables and behavior

    During

    When

    student will

    because

    therefore the function of the behavior is to access /escape/avoid

    (choose one)

(some routine)

(some Antecedent condition occurs)

(engage in a specific Behavior)

(a predictable outCome will occur)

(something in the environment)


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Summary Statement

  • Based on several observations

  • Identifies predictable relationships between environmental variables and behavior

    During

    When

    student will

    because

    therefore the function of the behavior is to access /escape/avoid

    (choose one)

Science or Social Studies

(some routine)

(some Antecedent condition occurs)

asked to read out loud in class

Verbally refuses, disrespects teacher

(engage in a specific Behavior)

his teacher calls on someone else

(a predictable outCome will occur)

oral reading

(something in the environment)


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Susan calls Brenda a “creep face” and laughs at her

Brenda punches Susan on the arm

Susan stops laughing and walks away

A group of students at recess call Brenda fat

Brenda kicks several of them

The students run away

Brenda spells a word incorrectly during an oral review and the child behind her laughs

Brenda pulls the child’s hair

Brenda is sent to the office

Brenda is playing blocks with Ben. Ben takes a block from Brenda

Brenda hits Ben over the head with another block

Ben puts the block down and runs away

Sample Summary Statement

BRENDA HITS OTHER STUDENTS - WHY WOULD SHE DO THIS?

Antecedents

Behavior

Consequences

Summary Statement

WHEN ANTECEDENT , BEHAVIOR BECAUSE____CONSEQUENCE

OTHER STUDENTS CALL HER NAMES OR TEASE HER

BRENDA HURTS THEM

THEY GO AWAY (Avoid Peers)


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Staff use of Possible Motivation requires knowledge of ABC & Behavioral Function

Summary Statement

WHEN ANTECEDENT , BEHAVIOR BECAUSE____CONSEQUENCE

OTHER STUDENTS CALL HER NAMES OR TEASE HER

BRENDA HURTS THEM

THEY GO AWAY (Avoid Peers)


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Function of Behavior = Behavioral Function Possible Motivation on Referral


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Staff will work with the Intervention team to develop ABCs for intervention

Summary Statement

WHEN ANTECEDENT , BEHAVIOR BECAUSE____CONSEQUENCE

OTHER STUDENTS CALL HER NAMES OR TEASE HER

BRENDA HURTS THEM

THEY GO AWAY (Avoid Peers)


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Review Task 1 for intervention

  • Groups of 3-4

  • Share the student data that you collected & explain your summary statement

  • Identify the Possible Motivation on the referral form provided & complete the Brief Behavioral Assessment-ABC form

  • Be prepared to present to the group, as 1 or 2 of you may be asked to present to the entire staff on a case from your group


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Task for intervention

  • Over the next 2 weeks…

    • Complete the provided worksheet to track 5 ABC sequences for a single student that is engaging in recurring problem behavior

    • Also complete:

      • the Brief Behavioral Assessment-ABC for your student and

      • Possible Motivation box

      • SELECT A STUDENT WHO HAS A CHRONIC BEHAVIOR, BUT IS NOT THE TOUGHEST OF THE TOUGH

  • Turn worksheet in to your PBS Team Leader

    • If you turn in your worksheet, you will be eligible for …

      <ID incentive here>

  • At our next ABC training we will…

    • Review your ABC activity & provide more practice with ABCs & Function of Behavior with video vignettes

    • Start looking at effective interventions given the function of behavior


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