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    'Effective classroom routines are procedural representations of a teacher 's expectations, used to manage social behaviour and support the conditions for pupils ' engagement with learning. ' Critically discuss. For the purpose of this discussion I would like to introduce a case study from one of my early voluntary placements in which the names of all participants have been changed. The antecedent was Mrs Jennings telling Chloe, a Year 2 child she had previously warned me was 'problematic,…

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    The key to this system is to provide advance organizers/precorrections, keep students engaged, provide a positive focus, consistently enforce school/class rules, correct rule violations and social behavior errors proactively, and teach and plan for smooth transitions. Just like in the EDUC 362 textbook, this article emphasized the need to describe the behavior, built from functional assessment results, make problem behaviors irrelevant, make…

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    311 were prosocial, 160 were individual and 73 competitive (the remaining participants were not categorized into a group) and the number of siblings was significantly higher for prosocials. It was concluded that SVO stems from different patterns of social interaction as experienced in early…

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    A common therapeutic factor that is regularly used within group counseling is imitative behavior. This means that the clients are asked to imitate the healthy behaviors they see from either the group leader or other group members. By modeling their behaviors after someone else, this trial-like process enables them to discover what behaviors work well for them as individuals. It also demonstrates great learning and intrapersonal growth. Research has shown that group leaders alone exert a powerful…

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    the American Psychiatric Association, 2013, “children with Autism Spectrum Disorder have impairments in social communication and social interaction, and display restricted patterns of behavior, interests or activities” (American Psychiatric Association, 2013, p.1). Parents, who have children with ASD often exhibit other family or individual stresses such as parental stress, marriage problems, social, and quality of life challenges. Researches developed a multi stage training program to study the…

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    4.1.a. Non-progressive interventions/consequences In the article, Tips for Function Based Discipline in the Classroom, Gavoni (2016) characterizes non-progressive consequences by, “being the ‘same’ every time and are appropriate and function based that are related to the magnitude of the misbehavior” (para. 11). If a consequence is going to be affective in the classroom, it needs to be consistent; for this I believe the consequences need to be simple and are reflective of the behavior.…

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    mother during pregnancy, which causes some disabilities in young children. Such disabilities include hyperactivity, poor problem-solving skills, attention and memory deficits, difficulty with abstract concepts, lack of emotional control, immature social behavior, poor impulse control and poor judgment. With these types of…

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    to justify his way of living life. His friends are enclosed around that feel-good lifestyle that the behavior they engage in, give Jacoby validation. Motivation to comply: Since Jacoby is an aspiring club promoter; he is living his life to what his social environment encompasses. As soon as Jacoby began promoting, he started to become more talkative and outgoing, as a way of fitting in with the…

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    behavior (tantrum) is defined as any occurrences that consist of crying, falling or stomping on the ground, kicking, screaming, and throwing supplies. Sebastian behaviors are occurring due to him seeking negative attention. Sebastian is struggling with social interaction with his peers. Furthermore, Sebastian behaviors are occurring at home and…

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    The article that I chose for this week’s writing assignment is a study that seeks to understand how humor styles and well-being are related while also tying in the importance of social relationships and gender. Research has shown that humor in individuals may be linked to a greater resistance to stress and depression as well as better mood and self-esteem. “Studies have also found that humor may be associated with greater physical well-being, including better immune functioning and pain…

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