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How to Measure & Collect Social Behavior Data in the Classroom

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Which of the following represents behaviors that do NOT warrant a targeted and specific intervention strategy to include social behavior data collection processes?

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1. Which of the following groups can provide second hand observation data about students' behavior?

2. Which of the following column titles on a social behavior data spreadsheet help the researching instructor identify patterns in when the incident occurred?

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The quiz and worksheet can be used to test your comprehension of ways to measure and collect social behavior data in the classroom. In order to do well on the quiz, you need to know about groups and column titles.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll get to see how much you know about:

  • Column title that helps the researching instructor identify patterns related to where the incident occurs
  • A column title that helps the researching instructor identify witnesses to the problematic behavior
  • Behaviors that warrant a targeted and specific intervention strategy to include social behavior data collection processes
  • Groups that can provide second-hand observation data about students' behavior
  • A column title that helps the researching instructor identify patterns related to when the incident happened

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on social behavior data collection in classrooms
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about different column titles
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about groups that can provide second-hand observation data about students' behavior

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Gain access to the lesson titled How to Measure & Collect Social Behavior Data in the Classroom. You'll get to learn more about:

  • What social behavior data is
  • Addressing problematic behaviors in students
  • Gathering data on specific behaviors
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