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Autism Training Solutions (2015) Positive and Negative Reinforcement in ABA [Video File] Retrieved from
 
Autism Training Solutions (2015) Positive and Negative Reinforcement in ABA [Video File] Retrieved from

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Objectives:

  • Learners will apply the information learned and make connections
  • Learners will identify their own strengths and weakness for classroom management.


Research:

There are several schools in the United States which implement School Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports(Reinke et. al, 2013).

It is important to use pro-social behaviors which decrease inappropriate behaviors (Reinke, et. al, 2013). There have been studies done which show the effectiveness of SW- PBIS for reducing inappropriate behaviors and improving academic performance (Reinke, et. al, 2013).


Video Click here to Watch!---> [[ https://reliaslearning.com/resource/positive-and-negative-reinforcement-aba]]


Activity:

In a word document- Please write about the video you have just watched. What are your thoughts?


Discussion:

In the discussion tab at the top of this page please discuss the following:

  • How have you used classroom management in your classroom?


  • Looking back what could you have changed about handling a situation?

Please include a minimum of 500 words in the discussion post

References:

Autism Training Solutions (2015) Positive and Negative Reinforcement in ABA [Video File] Retrieved from https://reliaslearning.com/resource/positive-and-negative-reinforcement-aba Reinke, W. M., Herman, K. C., & Stormont, M. (2013). Classroom-Level Positive Behavior Supports in Schools Implementing SW-PBIS: Identifying Areas for Enhancement. Online Submission,

Navigation:

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