Behavior Programming for Resource Room Students. Elementary Penny Williams BCBA, M.Ed. firstname.lastname@example.org. Have you ever thought or saidâ€¦â€¦. â€œIf you just applied yourself. . . â€œ â€œYouâ€™re so smart, why canâ€™t you. . . â€œ â€œHeâ€™s bright but lazy. . . â€œ â€œShe lives in her own world. . .â€
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Penny Williams BCBA, M.Ed.
Behavior is lawful
When we understand why a student is demonstrating a behavior, we say that we understand the function of that behavior
Students come to us with a long history of being reinforced for particular behaviors
1. Watch news show
2. Talk about news events
3. Review vocabulary words
4. Reading comprehension
My body and face are turned toward teacher
I am not talking when the teacher is talking
I am not fidgeting with clothes or drawing