Reaching All Participants: How to Adapt and Work with Challenging Behaviors. What is Behavior Management?. “all the things used in teaching individuals what you want them to learn, including: social behaviors, but also related to cognitive, motor, language, and emotional development.”
Reaching All Participants: How to Adapt and Work with Challenging Behaviors
“all the things used in teaching individuals what you want them to learn, including: social behaviors, but also related to cognitive, motor, language, and emotional development.”
(Glen, Sally and McCoy, Youlanda, 1980)
Redirect to behavior we want
Behavior is a form of…
Two ways participants…
Participants engage in challenging behavior because
IT WORKS for them!
What else can you think of?
That can cause a child to act out
Outside factors that may effect a child’s behavior (i.e., weather, program structure, transitions).
Inside feelings and emotions from another child or a staff that may effect a child’s behavior.
The child’s inability to respond or react appropriately to situations, feelings, and things that they can not control or they do not understand.
So…How do we manage the behaviors we see?
Exercise: “Name that Behavior”
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One of the campers continuously has verbal outbursts and says how much they hate you, they hate the class, and they hate all the other kids. No one wants to play with him and often he is playing by himself during an activity, swimming or on field trips. When he is engaged in a activity he seems to enjoy them very much.
During the gym activities, you notice that a camper likes to squeeze himself into a corner and rub his body back and forth against the wall. Eventually, Sam, one of the camp counselors comes over and after several attempts, he is able to get his to participate in the activity for a couple of minutes.
It is time to get ready to go home. Each day this particular preschooler throws off his shoes and destroys the contents of his back pack. It is a physical struggle to get him out of the room everyday.
Kite flying was cancelled for the day due to stormy weather. The camper refused to participate in any other activities, yelling that he was going to fly the kite. As the afternoon progressed, he remained non compliant refusing to participate in any activity by going to sit by himself and pouting. The camper tried several times to leave the building and had to be physically stopped.
Conditions that occur before behavior which triggers the behavior.
Observable actions that immediately follow the antecedent.
What happens after the behavior occurs, as a result of (or in response to) the behavior.
Staff or peer responses
Trigger for behavior
Consequences of behavior
Document! Document! Document!
Planning Ahead to Prevent Behavior Problems
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