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Behavior Supports for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder - Chapter Summary
Expert instructors wrote this chapter on behavior supports for students with autism spectrum disorder for you to study at your convenience. As you review these lessons, you'll find topics such as target behavior, consequence intervention and positive behavior support. You should be able to do the following after completing this chapter:
- Define consequence intervention and list examples
- Outline strategies to model positive behavior in the classroom
- Give an example of positive behavior support
- Explain successful PBIS strategies for teachers
- Discuss positive behavior supports and interventions for autistic students
- Select a least intrusive behavior management strategy
- Identify effective intervention and crisis counseling strategies
- Address student aggression in the classroom
With these concise study materials, learning more or reviewing what you already know is a snap. Our lessons are easy to follow while our multiple-choice quizzes help you identify any areas that need more work. Use the Dashboard to submit any questions that come up along the way to one of our professional instructors. Feel free to access these tools 24 hours a day on any mobile device or computer.
1. Target Behavior: Definition & Example
In this lesson, we will discuss target behaviors. Learn more about target behaviors, how they are used in the field of applied behavioral analysis, and criteria.
2. Consequence Intervention: Definition, Strategies & Examples
In this lesson, we will define and provide examples of strategies that teachers may use to implement consequence intervention when dealing with students who exhibit problematic behaviors.
3. Strategies for Modeling Positive Behavior in the Classroom
As teachers, we often expect students to demonstrate exemplary behavior. Modeling is one of the most important ways to teach the behaviors we want to see. This lesson offers some strategies for modeling good behavior in the classroom.
4. Positive Behavior Support: Strategies & Examples
Positive behavior support (PBS) is an approach to managing students who present behavioral challenges in the classroom. This lesson defines PBS and provides strategies for and examples of dealing with behavior challenges.
5. PBIS Strategies for Teachers
Interventions and strategies that are commonly used for school-wide applications of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) can also be applied in the classroom. The following lesson describes the critical features of a classroom application of PBIS.
6. Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports for Students with Autism
Students with autism spectrum disorder benefit from positive behavior supports. This lesson discusses possible interventions that help students with autism including structure, routine, an individualized behavior plan, and positive reinforcement systems.
7. Selecting a Least Intrusive Behavior Management Strategy
Explore the importance of selecting the least intrusive and restrictive intervention for behavior management. This lesson provides examples of selecting less intrusive behavior management strategies and describes potential outcomes of selecting a more intrusive strategy.
8. Crisis Counseling & Intervention Strategies
This lesson will explore the important elements of crisis counseling. We will also discuss strategies for intervention. The lesson will end with a short quiz to see what you have learned.
9. Dealing with Student Aggression in the Classroom
In this lesson, we will discuss the best methods for dealing with student aggression in the classroom. In addition to talking about things that teachers can do to diffuse aggressive behavior, we will also explore avenues for preventing this type of behavior.
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Other chapters within the MTTC Autism Spectrum Disorder (064): Practice & Study Guide course
- Human Growth & Development Basics
- Overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Effects of Autism Spectrum Disorder on Development
- External Factors on Development & Learning for Students with Autism
- Forms of Assessment in Special Education
- Educational Assessment of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Service Plans for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Transition Planning for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Behavior Intervention Plans for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Ongoing Assessment for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Creating Positive Learning Environments for Students with ASD
- Curriculum Planning & Adaptation for Special Education
- Teaching Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Individualized Instruction in the Classroom
- Utilizing Technology for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Communication Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Social Competencies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Teaching Life Skills to Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Communicating & Collaborating with Families of Students with Autism
- School & Community Partnerships in Special Education
- Historical & Legal Foundations of SPED for Students with ASD in Michigan
- Professional, Ethical & Legal Roles of Educators of Students with ASD
- MTTC Autism Spectrum Disorder Flashcards