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This article outlines the steps for implementing high-probability requests. It also includes practitioner perspectives and teaching tips.
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This article outlines the steps for implementing precorrection. It also includes practitioner perspectives and teaching tips.
Ennis, R. P., Royer, D. J., Lane, K. L., Menzies, H. M., Oakes, W. P., & Schellman, L. E. (2018). Behavior-specific praise: An effective, efficient, low-intensity strategy to support student success. Beyond Behavior, 27(3), 134–139. https://www.jstor.org/stable/26974070
This article outlines the steps for implementing behavior-specific praise. It also includes practitioner perspectives and teaching tips.
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This article outlines the steps for implementing instructional choice. It also includes practitioner perspectives and teaching tips.
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This article outlines the steps for implementing active supervision. It also includes practitioner perspectives and teaching tips.
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This book guides its readers in how to design, implement, and evaluate comprehensive, integrated, three-tiered models of prevention. A chapter includes strategies on low-intensity, teacher-delivered strategies.
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This site includes an overview of the commonly used types of differential reinforcement: differential reinforcement of alternative behavior (DRA), differential reinforcement of incompatible behavior (DRI), and differential reinforcement of other behavior (DRO). Applied examples highlight how to implement each type of differential reinforcement and considerations for implementation are provided.
Center on PBIS. (2022). Supporting and responding to student’s social, emotional, and behavioral needs: evidence-based practices for educators (Version 2). Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. Retrieved from https://assets-global.website-files.com/5d3725188825e071f1670246/626c27c785879e08c1a7c8ea_Supporting%20and%20Responding%20to%20Students’%20Social%2C%20Emotional%2C%20and%20Behavioral%20Needs.pdf
This document serves as a guide to evidence-based social, emotional, and behavioral support in the classroom. It provides detailed matrices of several practices, including opportunities to respond, behavior-specific praise, and active supervision, among others. A self-assessment and action plan to implement the strategies discussed is also included.
Crowell, G., Thoele, J., DeAngelo, S., & Reilly, A. (2021). Practice guide: Using student choice to decrease challenging behaviors for elementary students with comorbid academic and behavior difficulties. Washington, D.C.: US Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED619646.pdf
This practice guide describes different types of choice making interventions, as well as how to implement them. Additional resources to learn more about choice making are listed.