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Social, Emotional and Behavioral; Reinforcement of Appropriate Student Behavior. Nate Ellis Adam Hunhoff Jess Dupuis. Conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA).

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social emotional and behavioral reinforcement of appropriate student behavior

Social, Emotional and Behavioral; Reinforcement of Appropriate Student Behavior

Nate Ellis

Adam Hunhoff

Jess Dupuis

conducting a functional behavioral assessment fba
Conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA)
  • Identify and define target behavior (observable and measurable); what negatively interferes with student’s learning, or distracting to others.
  • Gather information and collect data on behavior; how frequent is it, how long does it last, what are the antecedents, etc.
  • Develop a hypothesis for why the behavior is occurring based on the information and data collected.
  • Develop a behavior intervention plan; what can you do to help the student turn this negative behavior into a positive behavior.
fba continued
FBA (continued)
  • Choose reinforcement strategies; what techniques will you use to reinforce positive behaviors so that the student continues to use these behaviors.
  • Evaluate your plan; what worked and what didn’t, is there something better that you can do to help the student.
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Replace the Negative Reinforcement of Problem Behaviors with Reinforcements for Appropriate Behavior.
  • Students will begin to display positive behaviors without cues.
  • No negative consequences for negative behavior.
  • Focuses on the cause of behavior and teaches appropriate behavior.
positive reinforcements
Positive Reinforcements
  • Watch for activities students enjoy.
  • Watch for what students are interested in; using things students enjoy increase motivation.
  • These activities can be educational and related to the curriculum.
  • Be careful not to over-do positive reinforcements.
references
References
  • Fucilla, R. (2005). Post crisis intervention for individuals with autism spectrum disorder. Reclaiming Children and Youth, 8, 44-51.
  • Gable, R., Hoffman, C. C, Howell, H. K., Quinn, M. M., Rutherford, B. R. (2007). Reinforcements of Appropriate Behavior. Addressing students Problem Behavior, 4. Retrieved January17, 2008 from, http://cecp.air.org/fba/problembehavior3/reinforcement3.htm
  • Leone, J. (2006). Positive reinforcement. St Petersburg Times (Florida), 2, 6-8.