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Creating a Classroom Environment That Promates Positive Behavior

Chapter 7

Mary Wittenburg

on 24 October 2012

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Transcript of Creating a Classroom Environment That Promates Positive Behavior

Creating a Classroom Environment That Promotes Positive Behavior Chapter 7 A collaborative data-based decision-making process for establishing and implementing a continuum of school wide and individualized instructional and behavioral strategies and services that are available and used to support the learning and positive behavior of ALL STUDENTS! School wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
(SWPBIS) Relationship-Building Strategies
Develop Students' Self Esteem
Social Skills Instruction
Antecedent-Based Intervention
Clear Directions
Consequences-Based Interventions
Group-Oriented Management Systems
Behavior Reduction Interventions
Promoting Positive Classroom Behavior! Bullies! -Verbal and Written
-Sexual Adapting Classroom Design Seating Arrangements
Teacher's Desk
Bulletin Boards and Walls
Learning Centers and Specialized Areas
Classroom Design Accommodations Purpose: -Proactive
-Culturally Responsive Helps the student to succeed in...
-Behavioral &
-Social Skills.

Tier 1 Tier 2 Primary Prevention via Universal Interventions and Supports Secondary Prevention via specialized Interventions and Supports Targeted to Specific Groups of Students Tier 3 Tertiary Prevention via More Individualized and Intensive Interventions and Supports Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) Measure student behavior
Determine why, where, and when a student uses their behavior
Identify the academic, instructional, social, affective, cultural, environmental, and contextual variables that appear to lead to and maintain the behavior;
Plan appropriate interventions that address the purposes the behaviors serve for students STEPS!!! 1. Create a Diverse Multidisciplinary Team
2. Identify the Problematic Behaviors
3. Define the Behavior
4. Observe and Record the Behavior
5. Obtain Additional Information About the Student and the Behavior
6. Perform an Antecedents-Behavior-Consequences (A-B-C) Analysis
7. Analyze the Data
8. Develop Hypothesis Statements
9. Consider Sociocultural Factors
10.Develop a BIP
11. Evaluate the Plan
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