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  • Encouring Behaviors
  • Differential reinforcement or ignoring inappropriate behaviors while reinforcing appropriate ones as they occur.  Teachers praising positive behavior is a powerful tool but this tool should not be used alone.  You must only praise behavior you want to enforce, be specific in your praise on what behavior you are enforcing and be believable!
  • Thanks for sitting quietly, waiting to be excused.  Here is a ticket to sit at the leader table tomorrow.
  • Encouraging Behaviors
  • Positive Practice is for students to replace on behavior with another.  Instead of being punished, students are asked to practice appropriate behavior.  This can be used with academics by practicing correct procedures or methods after getting them incorrect.
  • Eric, Please go back off the bus and come back on quietly.  If you can do this task, I will let you sit behind your friends.
  • I want to sit by my friends...so I guess I need to practice coming back on quietly.
  • Encouraging Behaviors
  • The last class did the activity first...
  • Premack Principle: A preferred activity can be a very effective reinforcer if used as a reward over a less- preferred activity.  If you take the quiz first what I need completed, I will reward you with a fun preferred activity!
  • Music 101: Finish Quiz Compose a new song
  • Class we get to do a fun activity, AFTER we finish our quiz
  • Cant we do the activity THEN the quiz
  • Handling Undesirable Behaviors
  • I know you wanted to go to the class party.  When you finish your in-class assignment, you may join the class.
  • See you when you're done Katie!
  • Handling Undesirable Behaviors
  • Freddy, I have given you a warning, you've received a check as well, now you will not play in the sand box during recess tomorrow.
  • Handling Undesirable Behaviors
  • I know, I don't want to sit out again.
  • Negative reinforcement can be used to enhance learning.  You place students in situations that are uncomfortable or disappointing and then given a chance to improve behavior.
  • Response Cost: First time you receive a warning, the second the student receives a mark in the grade book, the third loses a privilege hopefully related to the infraction.
  • I promise I won't throw sand tomorrow....
  • Social Isolation or "Time Out" is one of the most controversial methods and hopefully one that is not used often.  It often involves a child alone in an uninteresting room for 5-10 minutes.  If a brief time out does not work, do not repeat for longer.
  • Are you out of time out Lily? That was a long time, I hope you don't talk too loud in the library this time!
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