Disruption student behavior and intervention (Case 1: The energetic girl.,…
Disruption student behavior and intervention
Case 1: The energetic girl.
provide a specific area for the student to stand to helo her no walking arround in the classroom.
Allow the student some additional movement bu using a signal to tell her she can walk to next station.
Allow student to stand next to her desck while their reading.
using no verbal redirection such as eye contact.
Ask her to walk supplies to another room.
Keep reminders short, precise and clear.
Ask student to help hand out class materials.
Provide a simple reminder what she should be doing.
Ask studnet to help clean up.
Use sensory tools, such as a strip to the side of a student desck and providing small objct like stress ball.
Use body language, facial cues or hand signals.
Using digital tools, can help make it especially engaging for young learners.
Set time to talk with the student about expectations.
Praise her behavior. such as writing names on the board and adding positive points to reflect student behaviors.
stand and sit on her table more than usual.
has difficulty completing task.
always repeats phrases over and over.
moving in the classroom.
trouble staying seating
Data tracking: daily positive behavior .Tracking forn doc sheet. Charts: Themed behavior charts. Simple behavior charts
Collaborate with a support team and parents can help increase as everyone feels responsabilities to reaching the desire outcome.
Using a daily behavior form. Rate the student after each class period or at the end of each day.
Collaborate with other teachers, administration, parents and support staff to help design the most appropriate plan.
Sending home a copy of the daily form can help keep parents in the loop and add extra sence of responsability as the students knows their daily actions will be presented at home.
If the student isn't responding to intervention, use an individualized BIP to make specific plans,procedures and guidlines.
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Case2: Low or no work completion
she needs to be responsible and know there are consequences for incomplete task.
Diliver instruction in a clear and direct manner.
When she handing incomplete task,I would ask her to catch up in recess time and after lunch time.
let her repeat back the instructions, so i can be sure she knows what she needs to be doing.
To help Malina, i've assigned a partner for her,if she has any questions or needs help her partner can help her. this is a good strategy to reduce stress level she might have.
If Malina show no signs of improvement, it might be more helpful to assign peer tutor for her.peer tutoring can allows her more opportunities to improve her academic achievement, increase her motivation and behavioral support. The peer tuor can report back to the teacher and update on the student's status.
Present instructions in a story format. this provides a more tailored behavioral intervention and visual exemples of behavior expectations. This techniques reinforce classroom routines, expectations, and behavioral standards in an alternative way.
Using the CICO daily,this system allowing teachers to know where the student is in her academic performance and mental and physical status. Fill the form together in the morning or in the end of the day.
her assignments always incomplete.
she's often forget her work and books at school.
she likes to take her time to finish task.
she has low energy, motivation, and academic performance.
If interventions from tier 2 are not working we should hold a behavior meeting with parents and teachers . The meeting will discuss alternatives to improve Malina's performance and behavior.
collaborate with teachers to decide which learning style is appropriate for her. Implement a leaning style for Malina boost her motivation and performance.
Praise for performing behavior to encorage her. Positive notes sent home for demonstrating good behavior and meeting expectations.
While applying different learning style Malina should keep tracking and keep the data report to monitor Malina results.
Data tracking: simple behavior chart based on her academic performance to track her performance and assignment completion.
Using social stories to teach social skills.