Behavior Change: A Positive Approach . Warm-up How do we work with atypical students during tutoring? Early Stage Misbehaviors Challenging Behaviors Antecedents, Consequences, and Sensory Issues Teacher Behavior and Assessment. Sprick’s Disciplinary procedures. Types of misbehaviors
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Types of misbehaviors
I. rules and consequences
II. early stage
II. Early Stage
2. Ability (Skill deficit v Performance deficit)
Presentation of a reinforcer (satisfying stimulus) contingent upon a response that results in the strengthening of that response
Presentation of an aversive stimulus upon a response that reduces the rate of that response
Strengthens a response through the removal of an aversive stimulus contingent upon that response
The removal of a reinforcer contingent upon behavior
Contingencies for reinforcement are removed, thus reducing responseTeacher actions and student responses
Record what you respond to
Note with whom you are reacting (gender, achievement level)
Are you setting the example?
Are you feeding into the problem?
Linked to improved outcomes and motivation
Should be specific
Should be saved for mastery or difficult situations
Careful about the “I”
Specific to action and not the person
Meant to set examples of on-taskPraise v. Encouragement