These actions may be followed loosely to handle minor problem habits or incorporated into an official behavior assessment, called an operating Behavior Assessment (FBA), that will be talked about later on in this module.
- Step 1: determine the issue behavior.
- Step two: assess the issue behavior.
- Step three: establish theory as to the intent behind the behavior.
- Step: Select a replacement behavior that is appropriate.
- Step 5: determine the current phase of learning.
- Action 6: Determine the known degree of help.
- Action 7: monitor the behavior that is new.
- Action 8: Fade support.
Step one: determine the issue behavior. Even though many instructors can recognize an issue behavior, an instructor who would like to alter that behavior has to especially explain the problem behavior.
Especially explaining the behavior ensures that any adult who knows this is associated with behavior could spot the behavior into the classroom. Furthermore, systematic behavior change is made to alter one behavior at any given time. Very Carefully determining the behavior can help a trained instructor to alter the pupil’s behavior in a shorter time. Start with thinking about: just what do i’d like the learning pupil to complete? 继续阅读