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Behavior Management and Collaboration

PBS Positive Behavior Support
Behavioral chaining - a procedure in which individual responses are reinforced for occurring in sequence to form a complex behavior
Behavior analysis - a scientific method of behavior change that has the following characteristics: (1) it focuses on behavior that can be seen or heard, (2) it studies the environmental influences on behavior, and (3) it uses single subject designs to experiment with diffe
IDEIA 2004 Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act
Positive Behavior Support A Proactive approach to school discipline that school personnel can use to create a positive learning climate.
FBA Functional Behavior Assessment
RTI Response to Intervention
Tier I Universal interventions designed to meet the instructional needs of the majority of students
Tier II Secondary supports delivered to small groups of students who need extra
Tier III More intensive interventions for individual students
EBD Emotional/Behavior Disorder
Causes of EBD Biological and environmental
Types of EBD anxiety, mood disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, schizophrenia
Percent of students served with EBD 1%
modeling demonstration of a desired behavior
Positive Behavioral Support the social skills and actions necessary for success and personal satisfaction in all life areas
wrap around services a multi-agency plan of care designed to meet the individual requirements of students with special needs.
ABA Applied Behavior Analysis
Positive reinforcement: The presentation of a stimulus (consequence) contingent on a response that increases the future rate and/or probability of that response.
Natural reinforcer: The contingent removal of an aversive stimulus immediately following a response that increases the future likelihood or rate of its occurrence.
Morning meeting: A teaching strategy through the formation of a classroom community
chaining an instructional procedure that reinforces individual responses in sequence, forming a complex behavior
backward chaining
fading the gradual removal of prompts to allow the student to occasion a response independently
Life Space Interview
Transactional Analysis
Reality Therapy
error analysis
task analysis the process of breaking down a complex behavior into its component parts
shaping teaching new behaviors through differential re-enforcement of successive approximations to a specified target behavior
proximity control
signal interference
premack principle a principle stating that any high probability activity may serve as a positive re-enforcer for any low probability activity.
BIP Behavior Intervention Plan
ABC Antecedent Behavior Consequence
topography the symptom, not the reasonfu
function of a behavior the reason or the "why"
Person-centered Planning Planning for the future using "frames"
Futures Plan a written summary of goals based on the "frames" in person-centered planning.
Natural Reinforcement i.e., good grades, a paycheck
Token Reinforcement i.e., points or tokens that can be exchanged for a reward or prize.
Social Reinforcement i.e., verbal praise, a pat on the back
Tangible Reinforement i.e., candy, treats, rewards, money
first moral position fear of authority
second moral position social responsibility
setting events/establishing operations things that make the behavior more likely to occur such as lack of sleep, social conflict, medical conditions
antecedent events events that precede and seem to trigger the behavior such as task demands or adult requests
cognitions mental activities ranging from random thinking to more complex and orderly problem solving
Cognitive mediation The process of focusing on and adjusting cognitions such as beliefs, attitudes, and thought processes in order to modify behavior.
cognitive modeling thinking out loud
Created by: hsnana
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