How can we effectively use incentives for our children and clients with FASD? Well, that's a big question, so we'll start with some basics. This is a quick explanation of positive and negative reinforcement, as well as the different ways we can use reinforcement to change behavior. Thank you for all of the kind comments! If you have not already, please consider liking our Facebook page! (www.facebook.com/BeTheBrain)
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Hello! 👋🏾 So, there are always a few students who need that extra push. Push them using positive reinforcements and your classroom reward systems. Sometimes our students are tired, hungry, or just plain old bored, but we have to try our best to reel them back in to our lessons, and it helps to do it with a smile. Happy Teaching! 😀 -Teacher Hilary My honest opinion on 51Talk? http://teachingandlearningmyway.weebly.com/teaching-with-51talk.html Want to try out online teaching? Apply to 51Talk here: http://www.51talk.com/na?referrer=4859550 Have Questions? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me: https://www.instagram.com/4teachingnlearning/ (Song by Ja Rule - Put it On)
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This video talks about positive and negative reinforcement with proper examples. There has been a great confusion among the pupil teachers regarding positive and negative reinforcement. In fact there are many who are unable to differentiate between negative reinforcement and punishment, and both are used interchangeably which is not correct.Positive reinforcement strengthen the behaviour by bringing something desirable to the students or the person, for example if a student does his home work by himself, the mother can give him a chocolate that is introduction of chocolate after a positive behaviour. Negative reinforcement strengthen the behavior in a different manner, Where a positive reinforcement deals with the introduction of something, negative reinforcement deals with the withdrawal or removal of something which is not desired by the person. If a student answers well or cooperate with her mother properly the mother can remove a task or any daily work of the child which she does not like and in this way she (the child) will be happy and will try to repeat such works and thus her behaviour will be strengthen , so be it positive or negative reinforcement, the behaviour is strengthened and never discouraged.
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_coolbhavana1.reinforcement_reward_stars_student_program Modify your kids’ behavior using our positive reinforcer reward system. Positive and negative reinforcement is proven learning theory technique and is used to modify student’s behavior by creating favorable environment for the desired behavior. This effective parenting tool useful for homeschool parents, teachers, for performing homework and can also be very well used for non-academic exercises. This is effective technique for pretty much every kid – from special need kids, Autism Spectrum Kids, Kids with ADHD, Single Parent Families, Two Parent Families, Pre-School Aged Kids, Teenagers, Elementary School aged kids. Based on theory of Behaviorism, The reinforcements help in developing kids’ self-esteem, emotional growth and wellbeing. This modern classroom technique is followed around the world and can be extensively used for homeschooling and homeschool exercises. In this app, you will set up an Operant Conditioning or contract is set by setting a task and reward for that specific task. e.g. a parent, teacher or caretaker with student will decide specific goal and a reinforcer for that specific activity. Note that this is not daily, routine chore behavior tracking tool. Rather this is designed for single repetitive task and after completing task student get award from parents. There are over 250 pre-designed award ideas in the system form various groups – social, edible, activity, and material reinforcements. Not only that but you can also add your own custom reinforcer using camera or images on your phone or tablet. Every time student does good behavior or does things right. You will input that in app. Every step is either positive or negative engorgement is given in verbal response. Those motivations reinforcer are expected to boost their performance. The app is only a tool; actual performance depends upon your own involvement. Also, actual award to be given by parents. Not only is it effective on children of different ages but can be set up to be used on groups of different aged children at the same time. Here are few points to consider: • A unified system for multiple tasks/assignments • A proven method used worldwide in many classrooms • Your kid is focused on achieving goal rather than being forced. • Positive and constructive interactions • No domination, punishments • Aim to work towards a goal (reinforcer) • Works with kids of all ages. Most adults never think about or realize the positive reinforcement used on them every day from customer reward programs to airline miles and points for using their credit card. Contact Us: email@example.com
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Developing positive behaviours Career Stage - Highly Accomplished Main Focus area - 4.3 School - Dominic College (K-12) A grade 6 teacher, who is also the co-ordinator of pastoral care at her school, accesses expert knowledge and research in order to develop and implement a school-wide approach to positive behaviours. Her approach has been to identify the most appropriate programs for her school, to assemble a team to receive training, and then to take what has been learned back to her school to provide collegiate training for the remainder of the staff. The provision of such training is only one part of the implementation at the school level, because the teacher is also concerned to ensure that what has been learned is consistently applied across the school for the benefit of students. http://www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers/illustrations-of-practice/detail?id=IOP00284
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In this series of video clips, a variety of teachers demonstrate positive feedback and positive teacher language. Instead of correcting children, they point out the appropriate behavior they notice, thereby ensuring that children know what is valued and expected. They also create a positive environment for learning. For more classroom management resources, visit thepositiveclassroom.org
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If you’d like to receive our Episode 64 bonus PDF on the Behavior Intervention Plan, click this link http://tensigma.org/episode64bonus In this short video, we will discuss the behavior intervention plan or BIP, who is involved in writing them, and some best practice tips for writing a BIP. A behavior intervention plan is written using information gathered from the Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). The purpose of a BIP is to use behavior intervention strategies to create a series of specific steps to help a student learn new behavior skills. Here are a few important points to remember about the Behavior Intervention Plan: • They are written using information gathered from the Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), which identify the function or purpose behind the child’s behaviors. • They address behaviors that disrupt the child’s learning or the learning of others • Describe what the behavior is, the reasons it occurs, and interventions to address the behavior • They can be written for any disability area, if learning is impacted by behavior. Some sources for information for a BIP include parents/caregivers, the student, teachers, school psychologists, administrators, and others who know the student well. In order to develop an effective BIP, the entire IEP should be involved in the process to collect data across settings, examine, and use the data effectively. Here is a quick summary of some of the important elements that need to be included in the behavior intervention plan: • Naming the targeted behaviors and describe them • Baseline data including things like frequency, duration, intensity • The behavior that will be taught to replace the targeted behavior including who will teach the new skills • A plan for reinforcing the new behavior • Consequences if the targeted behavior continues • An assessment of the BIP including how the team will know it is working and how they will collect data to show the improvements Here are some best practice tips for writing a BIP: • Look at systems that are already in place for data collection – including things like data around behavior that could be collected from office referrals • Look for special education templates that may be available and use them as a guide for data collection • Collect data in a variety of settings possibly including classrooms, buses, passing periods, lunch, etc. • Analyze the data and look for patterns including who is involved in the behavior (preventing or making it worse), why does the behavior pattern happen, when and where does the behavior occur, when does it not occur and why, what environment is the student in and how does it contribute to the behavior, what does the student gain from the behavior (attention, work avoidance, perceived power, etc.), and how long does it last • Think simple and step-by-step • Continually evaluate and update the BIP • Can be written as narratives, forms, or charts • Parents/caregivers can and whenever possible should be involved in providing reinforcements for positive behavior As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, Ten Sigma is providing a pdf that contains links to resources regarding behavior intervention plans, which you can access by clicking the link at the top of this description. To learn more about Ten Sigma’s educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video and invite them to visit http://transitiontuesday.org We hope you enjoyed this episode and that you use this information on the behavior intervention plan and use it to write even more effective plans.
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Positive Behavior Supports: PBS Inappropriate Behavior Cartoon Positive Behavior Supports or PBS is not simply offering positive reinforcement to someone or being friendly and positive to and with him or her. While these are important ways to interact and communicate with people, the essence of PBS is to engineer environments that support happy, healthy lives and to offer proactive interventions that reduce and eliminate circumstances that do not contribute to a person’s well-being. By doing so, we change behavior. This is done by determining, with the person, what is important to them and by “listening” in new ways to their behavior. Behavior is communicative and, where we can, we must determine what the person is saying and create environments that assist the person in being successful. For information contact - firstname.lastname@example.org see website at: www.ddslearning.com
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This video defines and gives examples of different types of reinforcers. The video also describes the proper way to deliver reinforcers and provides suggestions to ensure that reinforcers maintain their interest to the child. The Autism Intervention Training Video Series was designed for individuals in the beginning stages of learning how to conduct Applied Behavioural Analysis with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. It is a series of videos demonstrating 5 of the key techniques needed for successful intervention: The Discrete Trial; Reinforcement; Prompting; Generalization; Incidental Teaching The videos are intended to be a learning tool, used in conjunction with textbook, classroom and/or practice-based learning. Each video is short enough to be shown during class time with time left over for the instructor to cover the topics in more detail during lecture. These videos will be useful to students, paraprofessionals, professionals and parents.
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Behavioral Modification in Kids All parents struggle with getting our kids to do as we say, even though we're doing what's best for our kids! Here are some tips to accomplish your behavior goals with your kids. Visit WSEAtutoring.com Like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WSEATutoring Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSEATutoring
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Behavior management skills are of particular importance to teachers in the educational system. Behavior management include all of the actions and conscious in actions to enhance the probability people, individually and in groups, choose behaviors which are personally fulfilling, productive, and socially acceptable.Behavior management , also called behavior modification, attempts to guide and motivate individuals to change their actions or interactions in certain settings. For example, teachers use behavior management at a classroom level to introduce rules against interrupting other students. We sometimes make the mistake of interchanging the terms "behavior management" and "classroom management." The two terms are related, one might even say intertwined, but they are different. "Classroom management" means creating systems that support the kind of positive behavior across a classroom. "Behavior management" is made strategies and systems that will manage and eliminate difficult behaviors that prevent students from succeeding in an academic environment. A CONTINUUM OF MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND RTI Response To Intervention is built on universal assessment and universal instruction followed by more targeted interventions, Tier 2 which applies research-based strategies, and finally Tier 3, which applies intensive interventions. Response to Intervention also applies to behavior, though since our students have already been identified, they do not participate in RTI. Still, the strategies for our students will be the same. in RTI are universal interventions. This is where classroom management is applied. Positive Behavior Support is about planning for your students to succeed. When we fail to plan . . . we plan to fail. Positive behavior support puts reinforcement in place ahead of time, with explicit identification of preferred behavior and reinforcement. By having these things in place, you avoid the poisonous reactive responses, the "Can't you do anything right?" or "What do you think you are doing?" Reactive measures present the danger if not the certainty that you will sour relationships with your students without really solving the problem (or lead to a decrease in the unwanted behavior.) Classroom Management Strategies, to succeed, must include: Consistency: Rules must be reinforced consistently, and reinforcement (rewards) must be delivered consistently and quickly. No changing the rules: If a child earns a five-minute break on the computer, don't take it away because you didn't like how they behaved in line on the way to lunch. Contingency: Students need to understand how consequences and rewards are related to behavior. Clearly define how the consequence or the reward are contingent on the classroom behavior or performance that is expected. No Drama. Delivering a consequence should never involve negative speech or snarky response. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Classroom Management Strategies needed to successfully manage your classroom need to include I. Structure: Structure includes rules, visual schedules, classroom job charts, and the way your organize the desks ( Seating Plans) and how you store or provide access to materials. Rules. Seating Plans that support the instruction that you will be using. Rows will not facilitate small group instruction, but islands or clusters may not facilitate the kind of attention you may want for large group instruction. Visual Schedules , everything from sticker charts to encourage work completion to visual daily schedules to support transitions. II. Accountability: You want to make your students accountable for their behavior as a structural underpinning of your management plan. There are a number of straightforward methods to create systems for accountability. A Behavior Chart for a Classroom. Sticker Charts to manage breaks and workflow. A Token System. This will also appear under reinforcement, but it creates a visual way for students to account for completed work. III. Reinforcement: Reinforcement will range from praise to break time. How you reinforce your student's work will depend on your students. Some will respond well to secondary reinforcers, like praise, privileges and having their name on a certificate or an "honors" board. Other students may need more concrete reinforcement, such as access to preferred activities, even food ( for children for whom secondary reinforcement doesn't work. BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT Behavior management refers to managing problem behaviors from specific children. It is helpful to do some "Triage" to decide what behaviors are creating the most challenges to success in your classroom. Grammar Tip of the Day Discover grammar tips, writing help, and fun English language facts.
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This is a message specifically for parents about how to better communicate with their child's teacher and use the same behavior modification techniques that their child's teacher is using in class to create a cohesive consequence and reward system.
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In this video, I will talk about a process that stops the internal negative chatter that holds you back from your life dreams and goals. Learn more about goal setting and many more topics by registering for my free webinar this Saturday. [ http://bit.ly/Free-Brain-A-Thon ] Have you ever had a voice in your head that talks negatively to you? Try these steps to rewire the way you think and ridding that negative voice. 1. Give your brain a command, to let you become aware, to when you're having a negative thought or emotion. 2. Recognize and realize that you don't have to play into those negative aspects. 3. Observe the negativity 4. Allow the negativity to happen with out getting emotional attached to it. If you do these steps, you can use the word NEXT to move on to the following emotion or thought. [ http://bit.ly/Free-Brain-A-Thon ] When you attend my FREE Brain-A-Thon event, you will learn how to: -Quickly break free from the self-doubt, fear, procrastination and lack of confidence that is holding you back from achieving greater financial success and freedom. -Break free from the limits that are holding you back from realizing your hopes and dreams. -Gain more confidence in your abilities and in yourself and achieve greater financial success and freedom! Click here for more information: http://bit.ly/Free-Brain-A-Thon Subscribe To My YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/JohnAssaraf?sub_confirmation=1 Find me on: Twitter: http://twitter.com/johnassaraf Instagram: http://instagram.com/johnassaraf Websites: http://www.johnassaraf.com/ http://www.praxisnow.com/
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Classroom teachers: Make sure to reinforce positive student behavior and good effort regularly. Here is an easy idea to keep them working with you.
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Educator and Communicator Kimberly Moffett, Ph.D., speaks to how schools can develop a safe and engaged learning community. For more information, visit us at http://www.elitebehavior.com.
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Current scientific and educational studies document the benefit of positive reinforcement in the classroom. Mae Carden understood this aspect of teaching, and built it into the foundation of the method. At Carden, we always try to focus on what we DO know, rather than what we don't know. We strive to find and celebrate the good, the small steps in the right direction, so we create an atmosphere of calm concentration, avoiding pressure and rivalry, which leads to Joy in learning.
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Challenged by reinforcing positive behavior in the classroom, an educator shares a true story of earned wisdom. From Ripple Effects' "Coach for Staff" professional development software program. Topic Questions: This teacher came up with a creative way to highlight and reinforce positive behavior, yet she doesn't consider it a positive reinforcement approach. What connotations does the word "reinforcement" have that might lead her to frame it as "community building" instead? Is it possible to promote community without reinforcing pro-social behavior? Is it possible to reinforce pro-social behavior, without building community? How do they work best together?
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Reinforcement is strengthening the connection between a stimulus and a response. Positive reinforcement provides pleasant experience or a feeling of satisfaction which contributes towards strengthening of desirable responses or behaviours. The negative reinforcement results in unpleasant experiences, which help in weakening the occurrence of undesirable responses or behaviours. This module is discussed in detail about skill of reinforcement. Particularly this video deals about the skill of reinforcement and its components. The skills of reinforcement involve the teacher to use more and more positive reinforcement and to decrease the use of negative reinforcement so that the pupils' participation is maximized.
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"BUT, BUT, BUT...it's a puppy/it's not really 'red zone'/that's not a real dog, etc." "Red zone" doesn't mean ANYTHING. It is completely made up. Cesar Millan, himself, changes his definition to mean anything from frustrated to aggressive. NOTHING is a "red zone" dog, hence the reason it is always presented here in quotations. What is demonstrated here is a dog that displays reactive behavior which is frequently labeled "red zone" on the show, and which many claim can't be addressed with positive reinforcement. Yes, that is a fake dog. Dogs have no concept of manufacturing. Therefore, if they perceive other dogs as a threat, they will react to something that looks like a dog. It's the same behavior they would exhibit around a live dog. Once the owner has mastered the training skills around the stuffed dog, THEN we practice with live dogs. In the end, it doesn't matter if the decoy dog is fake or real, the behavior is the same. Yes, he was a young dog. But he was NOT "just a normal GSD puppy." Unless you consider "normal" to be a puppy that was reacting that way to new dogs and people at less than 12 weeks old. And if you do, I seriously hope you're not breeding GSD's. OTHER NOTES: This video was taken in the context of a behavior evaluation, not a training session. A training session would not start with the dog lunging/reacting, but at a distance that the dog is non-reactive (under-threshold). This is simply a demonstration of what can be accomplished without the use of force. Lisa Mullinax, ACDBC ______________ After writing "The Dog Whisperer Controversy," I have read many emails from fans of the show that claim reward-based trainers don't work with "red zone" dogs. And yet, I use reward-based methods on a daily basis to work with dogs that are reactive or exhibit aggressive behaviors. To fans of the show: Before emailing me, please read the following: If you want to see me "try it with a Pit Bull or Rottweiler," please do some research. Different breeds don't learn differently, are not any harder to train, and are not more aggressive. | For responses to other common questions from fans, please read: http://4pawsu.com/cesarfans.htm For a thorough understanding of the problems with the methods on the show, read: http://4pawsu.com/dogpsychology.htm Unfortunately, I am not able to repeat this information via email for those who would rather make arguments based on personal beliefs than do additional research.
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Day 11 of my 30-Day Language Facilitation Challenge. On location at Mote Marine Aquarium! Today I talked about how positive reinforcement is necessary for teaching late-talking children to use words naturally. I also shared (with Hugh and Buffett the manatees) how positive reinforcement is used to train Manatees to do tasks that are necessary for their care, and how parents can use the same principles to train your late-talker to use words. I also shared the 4 necessary components of a positive Language Facilitation plan. Click Here to View My Website: wavesofcommunication.com/home With my Waves of Communication Parent Coaching Program, I am able to offer my clients the opportunity to provide infinite communication intervention with their child by teaching parents and caregivers to become their child’s best Language Facilitators. I have developed a free class for you that will tell you everything you need to understand your child’s communication and transform yourself into a Language Facilitator so you can help your child learn to use words within 3-6 weeks. This FREE class covers: ** What late-talking is and how it is the most common early learning problem. ** Exactly what you need to teach your late-talking child to use words within 3-6 weeks. ** The secret to teaching your child to do anything they find difficult or unnatural. ** Why all caregivers are important in the process. You can register here: NOTE: It is recommended that all caregivers watch the video. https://wavesofcommunication.com/intro-class
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Take a deeper look at your classroom environment in order to optimize student behavior and learning over the long term. Learn - how to assess the environment in your classroom to determine variables contributing to behavior and learning problems - 3 strategies to improve student behavioral outcomes and 3 instructional approaches that will enhance student engagement and motivation The presenters, Lee Kern and Michael George, are co-authors of Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Problems: Prevention and Intervention Strategies http://products.brookespublishing.com/Supporting-Students-with-Emotional-and-Behavioral-Problems-P890.aspx This webinar was broadcast as part of the Brookes Publishing edWeb Teaching All Students professional learning community: https://www.edweb.net/inclusiveeducation .
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From The Big Bang Theory In Operant Conditioning, there are is positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, positive punishment, and negative punishment. Some of these are easily confused. Even Bill Murray made this mistake in Ghostbusters!
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Bevin Reinen, a first-grade and special education inclusion teacher at Three Oaks Elementary School, has been named the 2015 Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) Citywide Teacher of the Year. Reinen believes that positive reinforcements helps bring out the best in each child. She also incorporates a lot of movement into the day to keep the kids energized and engaged. The class ended with a dance, the students are practicing for the school's talent show.
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Responding to challenging behaviors Career Stage - Highly Accomplished Main Focus area - 4.3 School - Hedland Senior High School A teacher in a remote school in Western Australia has developed a behaviour management plan that responds to the needs and abilities of students. The program is characterised by teacher consistency, clear and accurate record keeping, and the use of rewards for improvements in learning and behaviour. Because the school has a number of teachers who have recently 'graduated' to become full-time members of the teaching staff, she adopts a mentoring role that assists inexperienced teachers use a range of strategies to manage challenging behaviour. http://www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers/illustrations-of-practice/detail?id=IOP00361
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more at http://quickfound.net/ "Good and bad methods of disciplining inappropriate classsroom behavior." NEW VERSION with improved video & sound: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDof1TceN2w Public domain film from the Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classroom_management Classroom management is a term used by teachers to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly despite disruptive behavior by students. The term also implies the prevention of disruptive behavior. It is possibly the most difficult aspect of teaching for many teachers; indeed experiencing problems in this area causes some to leave teaching altogether. In 1981 the US National Educational Association reported that 36% of teachers said they would probably not go into teaching if they had to decide again. A major reason was "negative student attitudes and discipline".Solving Discipline Problems Charles H Wolfgang and Carl D Glickman 1986 (Allyn and Bacon) According to Moskowitz & Hayman (1976), once a teacher loses control of their classroom, it becomes increasingly more difficult for them to regain that control.Moskowitz, G., & Hayman, J. L., Jr. (1976). Success strategies of inner-city teachers: A year-long study. Journal of Educational Research, 69, 283-289. Also, research from Berliner (1988) and Brophy & Good (1986) shows that the time that teacher has to take to correct misbehavior caused by poor classroom management skills results in a lower rate of academic engagement in the classroom.Berliner, D. C. (1988). Effective classroom management and instruction: A knowledge base for consultation. In J. L. Graden, J. E. Zins, & M. J. Curtis (Eds.), Alternative educational delivery systems: Enhancing instructional options for all students (pp. 309-325). Washington, DC: National Association of School Psychologists.Brophy, J. E., & Good, T. L. (1986). Teacher behavior and student achievement. In M. C. Wittrock (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching (3rd ed., pp. 328-375). New York: Macmillan. From the student's perspective, effective classroom management involves clear communication of behavioral and academic expectations as well as a cooperative learning environment.Allen, J.D. (1986). Classroom management: students' perspectives, goals, and strategies. American Educational Research Journal, 23, 437-459. Classroom management is closely linked to issues of motivation, discipline and respect. Methodologies remain a matter of passionate debate amongst teachers; approaches vary depending on the beliefs a teacher holds regarding educational psychology. A large part of traditional classroom management involves behavior modification, although many teachers see using behavioral approaches alone as overly simplistic. Many teachers establish rules and procedures at the beginning of the school year. According to Gootman (2008), rules give students concrete direction to ensure that our expectation becomes a reality.Gootman, Marilyn E. The caring teacher's guide to discipline : helping students learn self-control, responsibility, and respect, K-6. 2008, p.36... They also try to be consistent in enforcing these rules and procedures. Many would also argue for positive consequences when rules are followed, and negative consequences when rules are broken. There are newer perspectives on classroom management that attempt to be holistic. One example is affirmation teaching, which attempts to guide students toward success by helping them see how their effort pays off in the classroom. It relies upon creating an environment where students are successful as a result of their own efforts.Pintrich, P.R., & De Groot E. V. (1990). Motivational and self-regulated learning components of classroom academic performance. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82, 33-40. By creating this type of environment, students are much more likely to want to do well. This transforms a classroom into a community of well-behaved and self-directed learners... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assertive_discipline Assertive discipline is an approach to classroom management developed by Lee and Marlene Canter. It involves a high level of teacher control in the class. It is also called the "take-control" approach to teaching, as the teacher controls their classroom in a firm but positive manner...
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Visit our website: http://ab-evaluations.com Learn how to address challenging behaviors in early childhood settings (EC-4) by Brenda Armstrong for Gulf Coast Community Services Association (GCCSA) Teachers. These techniques can be applied at home as well. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ABEvaluations Blog: http://blog.ab-evaluations.com/ How to talk to children that are not listening. Teacher strategies, classroom management, Positive and negative reinforcements, prevent conflicts. In this video you will learn how to address student that misbehave. Points: What is behavior? What is the function of the behavior? Behavior's ABC Reinforces 3 Classroom Management Pillars What is the function of the behavior? Positive Reinforcements to Encourage good behavior: .Praise words .Positive notes home .Social reinforcements .Behavioral contracts .Token economy .Immediate feedback Negative Reinforcements that increases the bad behavior: .Verbal reprimands, frowns, reminders, etc. .Physical proximity .In class consequences .Removal from classroom .Send home Tell children what you WANT for them to do Use: Yes -- Do - Go Avoid: No - Don't - Stop Three Pillars of Classroom Management: 1. Physical Environment 2. Rules and Expectations 3. Routines A little secret: When you really demonstrate interest on the child's education, they surely notice it. Because they are watching you! Fire Prevention 1-2-3 To Address Challenging Behaviors you: Observe, Plan, and Act By: Brenda Armstrong, M.A., LSSP Licensed Specialist in School Psychology
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This Behavior Support Plan app is designed for Behavior Interfering with Student's Learning or the Learning of Peers. Once the IEP team has conducted a functional assessment, the information obtained from that process should be used to develop a Behavior Support Plan. The purpose of this plan is to spell out what behaviors are being targeted for change and how change will be handled. http://www.gocanvas.com/mobile-forms-apps/2861-Behavior-Support-Plan
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Training of two dogs (pomeranians) to sit quietly on the couch at the queue of a knock on the door.
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