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Transcript of Replacement Behaviors
Houlihan, E. (2010, March). Positive behavior supports-teaching replacement behavior. Retrieved from http://dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/Files/downloads/In-the-Classroom/Special-Education/Autism 2011/DCPS-Positive-Behavior-Supports-Teaching-Replacement-Behavior.pdf
Myles, B. S. (2011). Strategies to overcome and prevent difficult moments. Retrieved from www.asperger.net
Development of positive behavioral support plan. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.seviercountysped.com/uploads/4/0/4/9/4049487/bip_examples.doc
Why do we use replacement behaviors?
Positive behavior intervention strategy
Appropriate replacement that
serves the same function
as the problem behavior
Without teaching a positive behavior the child will come up with one on their own
Be proactive, not reactive
4 Functions for behaviors
Types of replacement behaviors/Examples
PB- When asked to complete independent math assignments, the student talks back to adults.
RB- Teach appropriate ways for student to request assistance, a break, or alternate to activity.
Examples: Student shows "manipulative" to express frustration with work
PB- A student yells out answers before being called on and frequently interrupts peers.
RB- Teach delayed gratification(ability to have patience, self control for a later reward)
Examples: Praise, PBIS Tickets, or can be rewards received for following expectations
Obtain a desired item:
PB-When John wants a toy he intimidates and uses aggression to get what he wants.
RB-Teach skills for obtaining desired object.
Examples: Role play with peers to show effectiveness of alternative ways.
PB- Each day Suzi becomes hostile to her peers because she is hungry.
RB-Everyday before lunch give Suzi a snickers bar.
Look for patterns/Record Data/Make observations
Identify the function of the behavior
Develop a hypothesis regarding function
Make a plan to intervene
Teach the replacement behavior that serves the function
Positive Replacement Behavior?
Liz and Kayla
Refusing to cooperate
Explosive, Biting, Kicking, Screaming
Seek attention from adults or peers
Escape demands or avoidance
Communicate a need or want
Gain a desired item