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Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

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3 criteria for determining emotionally disturbed eligibility 1. long period of time not situational 2. to a marked degree 3. adversely affects students performance
Manifestation Determination determine if disorders are cause of behavior or not. If cause of misbehavior can't get expelled.
Behavior Disorders things we should do simultaneously actively engage students in the learning process to help in academic and behaviors
3 causes for BD school, family environmental
Who and how are BD identified they usually identify themselves
Distinction between ED and socially maladjusted Socially maladjusted can control but choose not to ED act w/o forethought and not able to control antisocial behavior
2 ways to classify kids with BD externalizing behaviors- aggression, hostility, tnatrums and internalizing behaviors- depression, eating disorders
view of behaviorists have on punishment provides model for aggression
Know the ABCs of behaviorism antecedent, behavior, consequence
Explain 90/10 rule teachers spend 90 % of their time dealing with negative behaviors and 10 % of time on desirable behavior
3 functions and purposes of undesired behaviors 1. attention 2. control 3. avoidance
Goal of applied behavior analysis to assist the students producing deserved behavior. changes so students cna gain control of their own lives.
4 things that create an educationally safe environment (pick one) encourage risk taking
5 pervasive developmental disorders of autism spectrum 1. autistic disorder 2. Asperger's disorder 3. Rett's syndrome 4. Childhood disintegration disorder 5. Pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified
Prevalance of autism 1 in 88 kids
four types of seizures 1. simple partial 2. complex partial 3. absence seizure 4 Generalized tonic-clonic
3 components of Dignity of Risk 1.everyone right to have risks 2. teachers obligated to teach consequences of risk 3. obtain informed consent
Define Timeout is time away from the opportunity to receive positive reinforcement add something to the environment and hope behavior decreases
is autism a behavior disorder or a communication disorder communication disorder
ED is or isn't a category under the IDEIA IS
Emotional and Behavior Disorder is or isn't a category protected under the law NOT
E and BD students are embroiled in a continuous battle with everyone T/F True
IQ of E and BD is in what range? Normal range
Causes of E and BD psychosocial, biomedical, environmental
psychosocial causes school, family, and environmental
school influences unaccepting and discouraging environments, poor uneffective instructor, inconsistent and unfair, inappropriate modeling
family influences poverty, LES, lack of family support, temperament of the student, abuse/neglect
environmental influences media violence
biomedical causes genetic factors, schizophrenia
51 % of E and BD dropout of highschool is the what in sped HIGHEST
Goal of behavioral analysis Goal of applied behavioral analysis is to assist the student in productin desired behavior changes so students can gain back control of their own lives
Best practices for ABA when we bring the research literature into the classroom
Functions are the what of the behavior purpose
behavior kick trash can, shove books, throw items attention, control, avoidance
positive reinforcement means something has been added to the environment
negative reinforcement means something has been taken away from the environment
reinforcement means that the target has increased
punishment means that the target behavior has decreased
P + N - R up, P down
Added 10 minutes of computer time and Johnny turned in his homework PR
Added 10 mins of computer time and Johnny stopped getting out of seat PP
Removed recess and Johnny finished his homework NR
Removed computer time and he stopped blurting out NP
sending people to prison NP
classrooms that students want to be in Educationally Safe Environments ESE encourage risk taking
refigerator mothers emotionally unavailable moms, often described as being cold and unfeeling
seizures are best described as brain storms
simple partial seizure no loss of consciousness
complex partial seizure may appear conscious but not aware of their behavior
absence seizure brief loss of consciousness "day dreaming"
Generalized Tonic-Clonic Seizure involve the whole brain, bladder may empty
informed consent repeated back from the student in their own words.
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