Addressing Disruptive and Noncompliant Behaviors (Part 2): Behavioral Interventions
Take some time now to answer the following questions. Please note that the IRIS Center does not collect your Assessment responses. If this is a course assignment, you should turn them in to your professor using whatever method he or she requires. If you have trouble answering any of the questions, go back and review the Perspectives & Resources pages in this module.
- Why is a special education teacher a good resource to help deal with student behavior problems?
- Explain how high-p requests work and why they increase the probability that a student will comply with a teacher’s request.
- Imagine that you have a student in your class who acts out during independent math activities. Would you use high-p requests or choice making with this student? Explain your answer.
- For what types of behaviors would you implement a DRL procedure? Give one example.
- List a consideration for teachers who implement DRI.
- Mary Jo often spends time talking to her table group about topics not related to the instructional task. Design a DRO procedure to decrease non-instructional talk and to increase instructional talk.