Using Positive Behavior Support in the Classroom

Using Positive Behavior Support in the Classroom

Using Positive Behavior Support in the Classroom: Primary Prevention Guidelines for Setting up a Classroom Prevention System Guidelines for Classroom Rules 1. LIMIT TO 3 5 2. STATED POSITIVELY

3. MAKE THEM REALISTIC 4. MAKE THEM UNDERSTANDABLE - STATED SIMPLY & BEHAVIORALLY/USE ICONS/ETC. 5. POST THEM 6.

TEACH THEM 7. REINFORCE THEM 8. REVIEW AND PERIODICALLY UPDATE Establish a Continuum of Consequences Consequences for rule violations Using corrective feedback Tell student what is wrong and what to do

instead Use only if it changes behavior Use calmly and consistently Severity of consequence matches severity of behavior/infraction Problem: Overuse may increase problem behavior! Use of Positive Reinforcement (catch them being good) Consistency Immediate reinforcement for new skills Delayed reinforcement for established skills Pair Tangibles with Praise Vary the type of reinforcement available

More reinforcement early, less later Reinforce more often early, less later Contingent and Non-Contingent Teaching Rules/Procedures in the Classroom: Involving Students Teacher defines the general parameters Students develop rules with each other Students vote on negotiable rules Students develop rules with the teacher

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