Positive vs. Negative Behavior Intervention Strategies

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Which is the difference between positive and negative behavior intervention strategies?

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1. Mrs. Cuellar uses a colored card to let a student know that she is not behaving. What is this positive behavior intervention called?

2. When a student fails to change his behavior after several positive intervention strategies, Mr. Reed moves close to the student to get his attention. Which positive behavior intervention strategy is he using?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These assessments will quiz your understanding of negative and positive behavior intervention strategies. The quiz questions will include an example of a difference between negative and positive behavior intervention strategies and a positive behavior intervention strategy that involves using a colored card.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The following topics will be covered on the quiz:

  • Positive behavior intervention strategy that involves getting close to a student to get their attention
  • Term for when a student uses a chart to check their behavioral progress
  • Using a school-home reward system

Skills Practiced

  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast positive and negative behavior intervention strategies
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the function of a school-home reward system and the use of a chart to keep track of behavior
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a positive behavior intervention strategy that involves showing a student a colored card when they're misbehaving

Additional Learning

To learn more about promoting good behavior in students, you can review the lesson named Positive vs. Negative Behavior Intervention Strategies. Follow along with these key topics:

  • The definition of negative intervention strategies, along with some examples
  • Interventions for mild and severe misbehavior
  • Importance of communication between home and school
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