Pros And Cons Of Positive Behavioral Support

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Most of Harry Wong’s ideas are compatible to Positive Behavioral Support. There are a few of ideas that differ when it comes to positive consequences. Positive Behavioral Support contains positive consequences. This means that students have a goal and once they reach it, they will receive a positive reward. For example, a positive consequence would be if a teacher tells the class that if they all do their homework for the whole week then on Friday they can watch a video. The positive consequence or reward can be almost anything as long as it is the student(s) preference. Although Harry Wong does discuss use positive consequences, he believes that there is something much stronger that will act as a positive consequence for students. Harry

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