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WWB Training Kit # 15. Using Choice and Preference to Promote Improved Behavior. What is Choice-Making Strategy?. Offering children choices. Happens at specific points in time. Happens throughout the day. Child has a choice between two or more activities or materials.

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Wwb training kit 15
WWB Training Kit # 15

Using Choice and Preference to Promote Improved Behavior


What is choice making strategy
What is Choice-Making Strategy?

  • Offering children choices.

  • Happens at specific points in time.

  • Happens throughout the day.

  • Child has a choice between two or more activities or materials.

  • Children must be given access to the choices they choose.


Pair think share
Pair-Think-Share

  • Pairwith a partner

  • Read the scenario on Activity 1 Handout

  • Thinkabout

    • What choices might you offer if you were Alex’s teacher?

    • How might having choices impact Alex?

  • Share your thoughts


When choices are offered children are
When Choices Are Offered, Children Are

  • More cooperative.

  • More engaged.

  • Better behaved.


What if i can t determine a child s preferences
What If I Can’t Determine a Child’s Preferences?

  • Ask parents and family

  • Observe the child’s engagement and reactions when playing with various items or children.

  • Note objects or people the child is drawn to during free play.


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