Storyboard to De-escalate Misbehaviors
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I don't want to do the work.
Liz, I’ll get back to you in just a minute. George, what do you have for number three?
Hi Liz, can I know why you don't want to do the work? Which part is challenging and how can I help you?
Just leave me alone. I don't want to do anything.
Okay. Liz, do you need to talk to a counselor or do you want to talk to me one on one?
Can I talk to you, Ms. Jane. I am sorry, I just have bad day.
Liz doesn't want to do the work. Ms. Jane used verbal strategies to herself and a student who is building up to a behavior eruption.
Liz was escalating toward an eruption, Ms. Jane used verbal prompts to identify what triggers her behaviors use calming attitudes.
Ms. Jane provides two choices for the student to calm her down and de-escalate her misbehaviors.
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