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To cite this module, please use the following:
The IRIS Center. (2005, 2022). Addressing Challenging Behaviors (Part 1, Elementary): Understanding the Acting-Out Cycle. Retrieved from https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/bi1-elem/
Video Script Developers
Module Production Team
Module Production Support Team
Media specialist/technical support
Cinematicfocus Video Productions, LLC
The acting-out cycle rollercoaster graphic (pp. 2–9, Wrap Up) has been adapted with permission from Colvin, G. (2004). Managing the cycle of acting-out behavior of the classroom. Eugene, OR: Behavior Associates.
All other graphics courtesy the IRIS Center.
“Pamela Glenn” courtesy of Pamela Glenn
“Gloria Campbell-Whatley” courtesy of Gloria Campbell-Whatley
“Janel Brown” courtesy of Janel Brown
“Kathleen Lane” courtesy of Kathleen Lane
“Harold Holmes” courtesy of Harold Holmes
“Johanna Staubitz” courtesy of Johanna Staubitz
Pamela Glenn (pp. 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9)
Gloria Campbell-Whatley (pp. 1, 3, 9)
Janel Brown (pp. 2, 4-8)
Kathleen Lane (pp. 3-9)
Harold Holmes (p. 3)
Johanna Staubitz (pp. 3-9)
The primary reference for this module is: Colvin, G. & Scott, T. M. (2015). Managing the cycle of acting-out behavior in the classroom (2nd ed.). Corwin.
The IRIS Center would like to thank the following for their contributions to the behavior vignettes and photos in this module.
- Johanna Staubitz, Alyssa Broaddus, and Hanlin Chen from Vanderbilt University’s Applied Behavior Analysis program (Department of Special Education) for developing video scripts and assisting with filming the videos.
- Matt Santini, a doctoral student at Vanderbilt University, who played the teacher.
- The student actors and their parents.
- The University School of Nashville (USN) for allowing us to film at their school and Marte Beaty of USN for coordinating this effort.