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What is BIP? Behavioral Intervention Plan A formal Written document that describes the environmental changes that will bring about change in a desired or undesired behavior.
What is Antecedent Behavior? The action immediately preceding a Behavior.
what is cognitive mediation? The process of focusing on and adjusting cognitions such as beliefs, attitudes, and thought processes in order to modify behavior.
What is Cognitive modeling? Thinking out loud to demonstrate a thought process as a person approaches in order to modify a task or solves a problem.
what is cognitive Behavioral approach? A way of modifying behavior through first modifying cognition. It incorporates modeling, feedback, and reinforcement, and emphasizes in how to think rather what to think.
What are Crisis Management plans? Well-defined, step-by-step procedures, consistently applied and designed to allow teachers and other school professionals to coordinate efforts to effectively and safely respond crisis situations.
What are the emotional characteristic of Students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders? Emotional Characteristics: Anxiety Disorder Mood Disorder Conduct disorder Schizophrenia
What are the Behavioral characteristic of Students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders? Externalizing Behavior internalizing Behavior
What are the Behavioral characteristic of Students with Emotional Behavioral Disorders? Over half half of the students have a learning disabilities Most of them have receptive or language disorders
What is RTI Response To Intervention? Is a 3 tiered process that involves identifying early students academic and behavioral needs.
What is positive Reinforcement? The presentation of desirable consequence, following the occurrence of a specific behavior which increases the probability that the behavior will occur more frequently in the future.
What is Negative Reinforcement? Is the removal of or avoidance of an undesirable situation. following the occurrence of a specific behavior which increases the probability that the behavior will occur more frequently the future.
What factors influence the effectiveness of reinforcers? Immediacy of presentation Quantity, Quality and duration Deprivation, Satiation Personal preference
What is FBA Functional Behavioral Assessment? A process that evaluates problem behavior in its setting by identifying events occurring before and after that may explain its repeated occurrence.
What is overt speech? Speech that is spoken out loud and can be heard by others.
What is Social competence? A term that includes all social responses that produce, maintain, or enhance positive social interaction.
What are consequences? The action immediately following a behavior.
What is behavior modification? Based on the work of psychologist B. F. Skinner, the systematic control of environmental events, especially through reinforcement and punishment, to produce change in observable behaviors.
What are the pioneering applications of ABA in education in the 1960-1970? Contingent Teacher Praise and Attention Token economy reinforcement system Curriculum design Programmed Instruction
What are the steps of the IEP process? 1-Pre-referral 2-Referral 3-Identification 4-Eligibility 5-Development of the IEP 6-Implementation of the IEP 7-Evaluation and Reviews
What are the causes of emotional or behavioral disorders? Biological disorders and diseases Pathological family relationships Undesirable experience at school Negative cultural influences
Describe some examples of externalizing behaviors Fighting Hitting Temper tantrums Swearing Bullying Setting fires
Describe some examples of internalizing behaviors Worries excessively Depressed or sad Hypersensitive Prefers to be alone
What are the characteristic of Anxiety Disorders? Excessive fear, worry, or uneasiness.
Phobia unrealistic overwhelming fear of an object or situation
Obsessive-compulsive disorder obsessions manifesting as repetitive, persistent, and intrusive impulses, images or thoughts
Eating disorder Anorexia, the deadliest of all psychiatric conditions, an obsessive concern with losing weight and ultimately manifested refusal to eat; and bulimia, eating excessively followed by attempts to undo food intake by vomiting or taking laxatives
depression Emotion-feeling sad and worthless, crying often or looking tearful Motivation-losing interest in play, friends, and schoolwork, resulting in a decline in grades Physical well-being-eating or sleeping too much or too little, disregarding hygiene, making
Oppositional defiant disorder: A pattern of behavior characterized by active noncompliance and other forms of hostile responses to requests by teachers and parents.
SYMPTOMS OF ODD Include loss of temper, arguing with and defying adults, irritability, vindictiveness, swearing and using obscenities, blaming others for mistakes and misbehavior, and low self-esteem
What is Conduct disorder? A persistent pattern of antisocial behavior that significantly interferes with school, family, and social functioning. Students with conduct disorders violate the basic rights of others or major age-appropriate societal norms or rules.
Which are the categories of conduct disorders? (1) aggressive conduct, resulting in physical harm to people or animals; (2) nonaggressive conduct, causing property loss or damage; (3) deceitfulness or theft, and (4) serious rule violations
Characteristic of Conduct Disorders hese students are known for hitting, fighting, teasing, yelling, refusing to comply with requests, crying, destructiveness, vandalism, and extortion
What is Locus of control? refers to the degree to which individuals perceive that there is a connection between their actions and the outcome they achieved, including the explanations they give to account for their personal successes or failures.
What are the four interrelated PBS systems? (1) school wide, (2) non-classroom (commonly used areas of the school), (3) classroom, and (4) individual student.
What is the difference between a contract and a BIP? A contract is the student's agreement to preform the new target behaviors etc. The BIP (behavior improvement plan) is the designated plan that includes the identification of the targeted behavior,
What is extinction? Extinction is when you ignore a minor misbehavior in the hopes that by ignoring it the behavior will cease.
What is discrete trial training? DTTis an individualized one-on-one method to teach students by breaking the skill down to numerous trials to provide numerous learning opportunities. it is part of ABA.
What does shaping mean? Shaping is when reinforcement is used to help teach desired actions or behaviors.
What is Love and Logic? it's a program by Jim Faye that uses tough love.
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