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49 Cards in this Set

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independent
00
teacher praise to group
pg
child read silently
rs
child engagement
33
transition
22
noncompliance to a behavioral request
nb
child disengagement
77
compliance to academic request
ca
large group
99
is recorded when the target student is engaged in an activity and task which is self mangaged. This is often described as independent seatwork. The student in this situation is not reveiving any direct teacher questions, commands, or talk.
00
child did not write
nw
teacher reprimand to group
rg
child did not read silently
ns
teacher reprimand to individual
ri
child read aloud
ra
Student is appropriately working on the assigned/approved activity. Signs of this behavior include attending to the material and the task, making appropriate motor responses, asking for assistance in an acceptable manner, and waiting appropriately for the teacher to begin or continue with instruction.
33
an anteceedent instructional event designed to prevent the occurrence of predictable problem behavior and to facilitate the occurrence of more appropriate alternative behavior
tg/ti
is defined by those instances when the target student is observed not marking academic task materials or drawing pictures.
nw
one to one
11
failure to comply with an academic directive in 5 seconds
na
small group
55
is recorded when the target student is receiving the same instruction as all other students
99
child did write
wr
failure to comply with teacher directives or questions regarding student non-academic behavior within 5 seconds
nb
child did not read aloud
nr
This context is directed by the teacher. Score this when students are shifting from one physical context of the room to another. Also code when the student moves to another part of the classroom for an activity or when the teacher signals the transition
22
compliance to behavioral request
cb
A general category to include inappropriate behaviors which do not fit elsewhere. Allow partial sits (kneeling) if it is allowed by the teacher. This also includes leaving the assigned area without permission.
bd
Is defined by those instances in which the student is observed looking at materials lika a book, workbook, worksheet, blackboard, overhead projector, or flashcards and then reading aloud what is written. can bea reading letters, words, numbers, sentences, etc. The student's head and eyes must be oriented toward the text, scanning from left to right and top to bottom is occurring, pages are being turned at an appropriate rate, and fingers can be used to follow along.
ra
is defined as the absence of spoken words based on looking at materials like a book, workbook, worksheet, blackboard, etc.
nr
inappropriate physical/aggressive behavior
bp
Recorded when the target student is receiving the same instruction as at least one other student but not all students in the class
55
teacher rule rehearsal/precorrects to group
tg
Group includes any other children besides the target if said within earshot. Score this for a verbal statement or physical gesture of reinforcement or tangibles that indicate approval of a behavior over and above an evaluation of adquacy of acknowledgement of a correct response to a question. This includes requests for children to give themselves a pat, high five, etc. Tone of voice may also be indicative of praise. Long and detailed prase statements count as one episoe, unless 3 seconds have passed between the end of one statement and the beginning of the next, or the content changes.
pg/pi
Any hitting, kicking, pushing, punching, scratching, biting, spitting, pulling, or other forms of inappropriate physical contact with a peer or adult. Also includes throwing objects at a person, and threatening body posture. Code aggressions separately if at least 5 seconds have passed between the endo fo one incident and the beginning of the next.
bp
is defined as the the absence of the instance of the student looking at materials with words, letters, setences, problems, etc. There is no scanning of the pages, no page turning, and no mouthing of the reading material.
ns
teacher rule rehearsal/precorrects to individual
ti
Compliance with an academic instruction given to a group or individual within 5 seconds. This includes teaching trials and answers or responses to teacher questions, or beginning or continuing task instructions. It can also be volunteering oral information to the lesson. Academic compliance includes games when led by the teacher. Requests that require multiple response code as one response.
ca
Is recorded when the target student is working alone with the teacher, aid or peer tutor, or any other possible designations of teacher. Code one to one if the teacher is instructing the student exclusively and not focusing his/her behavior on any other students during the session.
11
student is not participating in an approved/assigned activity. They are not attending to the material or task, making appropriate motor responses, asking for assistance in an acceptable manner, or waiting appropariately for the teacher to begin or continue with instruction. Only score after the student has not been attending for 5 seconds.
77
Verbal comments such as scolding negative statements about behavior with the same intent as verbal only with gestures. Tone will likely be stern or punitvie, although reprimands can be delivered in a pleasant tone. Threats should also be counted as reprimands. Statments of negative consequences by the teacher are also included in this category. Code reprimand at the end of the first reprimand statement, and code them separately if at least 3 seconds have passed between the end of one reprimand and the beginning of the next. Statemnents are coded reprimands when they are intended to correct behavior as it is occurring.
rg/ri
teacher praise to individual
pi
is defined by those instances in which the student is observed looking at materials for at least 2 seconds and has eye movement indicating the student is scanning words numbers or letters. Also the pages are being turned at an appropriate rate. Student may follow along with finger or mouth words
rs
compliance to teacher direction or questions regarding student non-academic behaviors within 5 seconds
cb
general disruptive
bd
is defined by those instances in which the target student is observed marking academic task materials. Drawing pictures is coded writing if that is the activity assigned.
wr
inappropriate verbal behavior
bv
Verbal statements towards others (peers, teachers, etc.) that are argumentative, taunting, name-calling, put downs, and provocative in nature. Also includes refusals to comply to directions with arguing statements. Tone and volume of voice may be an indicator of a negative verbal statement, but must include content as describewd to be counted. This also includes negative gestures and laughing at a peer when in trouble.
bv
non-compliance to an academic request
na