I provide an emotionally and physically safe and secure environment where the children can thrive and develop their sense of self. I greet each child by name, smiling and giving them one-on-one attention. I show the children that I respect them by acknowledging their feeling and helping them express those feelings appropriately. We follow a routine, and I discuss and explain when there will be a change or disruption to that schedule.
Goal: Braydon often refuses to follow or comply with requests and rules, even when reasonable. He will clearly lessen the frequency of passive-aggressive behaviors as evidenced by conveying anger and frustration through controlled, respectful, and direct statements and no more than three disciplinary referrals during the Second Nine Weeks.
Mr. Byrne is having trouble getting his students to listen. He is trying scolding as a punishment, but that is not working. By the end of this essay, Mr. Byrne will learn how use operant conditioning to get his seventh grade students to listen.
In order to gain objective information about Debbie’s social, emotional, and behavioral functioning across different settings, Debbie, her mother and teacher were asked to complete aspects of the Behavior Assessment System for Children – Second Edition (BASC-2). The BASC-2 is an integrated multi-method system aimed at evaluating children’s behavior and self-perceptions. The BASC-2 is multidimensional in that it measures numerous aspects of behavior and personality including positive, or adaptive, as well as problematic, or maladaptive, behaviors and self-perceptions. The BASC-2 enables the assessment of a student’s global social, emotional, and adaptive functioning as well as their functioning within narrower domains. Three aspects of the BASC-2 were used in this assessment: the BASC-2 Self-Report of Personality – Child (BASC-2 SRP-C), BASC-2 Parent Rating Scales – Child (BASC-2 PRS-C), and the BASC-2 Teacher Rating Scales – Child (BASC-2 TRS-C). During the BASC-2 SRP-C, the school psychologist read Debbie various statements that can be used to describe how some children think or feel. Debbie was required to answer “yes” if she agreed with each statement or “no” if she
Lea 'montria is a very sweet and caring 2nd grade student attending Lake Forest Schools of the Arts and Sciences. She participates with non-disabled peers in the general education class for the majority of the day. Lea 'montria continues to display inappropriate behaviors. She argues with her peers, cries uncontrollable, and whines when seeking attention or things don 't ' go her way. She also has difficulty staying focus on given task. She requires constantly prompting, close proximity, task adaptations, redirections, repeated instructions to remain focus and complete assigned task. After observing her three I-Ready Overall Scale Scores, there was an increased. Her Test 1 and Test 3 overall scores increased from 420-445. She made a 25
Damarcus Johnson officially started at TCMS full-time on January 15th. Before January 15th Damarcus was here 2-hours a day. Since starting here full-time we are seeing him struggle with his behavior. Damarcus performs well academically in Ms. Brown’s 1st period class. Ms. Brown reports minimal disruptions from Damarcus. In his 2nd period class his teacher reported that he disruptive and needs verbal reminders daily since she started as his teacher.
MHS 240: Fundamentals of Applied Behavior Analysis. This course will examine the principles of learning theories, behavior theories, and procedures related to modifying existing behaviors and acquiring new behaviors. The course will also provide a basic understanding of a functional behavior assessment (FBA). After completion of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of behavior modification techniques (e.g., reinforcement, punishment, extinction, discrimination training, generalization, shaping, classical condition, conditioned reinforcement, schedule reinforcement), an understanding of what maintains challenging behaviors, and its application in the field of mental health, primary care, and behavioral analysis.
Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is a system used within schools to help identify students with behavior challenges by using a behavior management strategy to reinforce their behaviors through positive interventions. The matrix for the schools will state the expectation in all areas of the school by doing their best, being responsible, respect and on time. This model is school-wide focus, which means all students is require to follow the matrix to demonstrate positive behaviors in the school. Each column, which is arrival/dismissal, bathroom, cafeteria and classroom is list in the specific areas for all students to see and follow, for instance arrival/dismissal will be in the hallways, bathroom in the bathroom, cafeteria in the cafeteria and classroom in the classroom. The matrix will not fix all behaviors occurring in the school, but it will allow students to visually see how to act while being in a certain
The student was not making progress using his current BIP, so as a team, we started a new BIP. For this goal, we used Collaborative Proactive Solutions (CPS). This was helping with his outbursts and destructive behaviors. We worked on asking for a break or to talk with someone. He started communicating with staff and asking for what he needed We
I attend Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) meetings regularly where I work with rest of the team members on reviewing incident reports submitted my students/staff members and assess the level of threats and risks. In each meeting we get involved in the critical decision making process to address emotional and behavioral issues associated with our students. I recommend the course of action after evaluating the situations from the faculty point of views.
The consultant used the Behavioral Consultation Model (BCM) as a guiding framework to assist the HTC in attaining the desired goals for the organization. The model uses direct behavior-based consultation to provide a remedial and preventive focus to assist consultees in achieving and maintaining their goals. The BCM is based on changing the behavior to bring about the expected outcome. The model looks at specific behaviors that need to be changed for success. As an asset, the BCM uses a baseline and measurements to evaluate the effectiveness of the behavioral changes. The model measures how the organization was performing before the consultation, several times during the consultation, and at the end of the consultation process. The BCM is a problem-solving consultation process based on changing behavior. It is a model that uses a consultation process
After observing the clients behavior, it is evident that she has a problem limiting her excessive cellular device usage. Therefore, the behavioral intervention plan will be targeting the client’s cellular device usage in class, as well as outside of class. The plan will be targeting all cellular device usage, which includes playing games, texting, scrolling though social media sites, and finally listening to music.
There are many ways we can come about in behavior. An American psychologist, B.F. Skinner, introduced the theory of operant conditioning. Operant conditioning is known as associative learning and a learning process. The theory is made up of two factors in which behavior is modified through either reinforcement and or punishment. In this case, reinforcement is referring to having an increase in behavior and regarding to punishment its defined to decrease a behavior. The reinforcement and punishment can consist of being positive and or negative. In operant conditioning, the most effective method to utilize is positive reinforcement, which is beneficial for the change of one’s behavior.