Oppositional-Defian-Disorder-3 Case Study #1 (Chuck) (Tier 1 Data…
Case Study #1 (Chuck)
Tier 1 Data Tracking Systems
Themed Behavior Charts
These charts are similar to the daily ones, but Chuck would be able to add or create a theme to the tracking. This makes it much more personalized and meaningful to Chuck.
Class Dojo Application
Chucks teacher can use this app to easily input positive and negative behaviors specific to Chuck. His parents would be updated real-time with any remarks, photos, or videos regarding Chuck's behavior. This app is geared towrds children and allows the child to personalize and participate in many aspects of the app.
Daily Positive Behavior Tracking
A simple to understand and fill out chart that Chuck can use to keep track of his daily positive behaviors. Chart includes easy to understand visuals of feelings.
Tier 2 Interventions
Teach Social Skills
Play The Praise Game
Individual and Visual Schedules
Tier 3 Interventions
Teach Coping Skills
Teach Relaxation Techniques
Refused To Follow Class Routines :explode:
Difficultly Following Directions :explode:
Chuck displayed similar behaviors at home with parents and sibling
Tier 1 Interventions
More structured routine.
Use a calm neutral tone when speaking to Chuck.
Tier 2 Data Tracking Systems
Functional Assessment Checklist
A more detailed checklist for Chucks teacher to log and keep track of his behavior. Can be very useful for Chucks future teachers
A great way to see if the behavior incidents are occurring at home too.
Antecedent Behavior Consequence Log.doc (ABC Chart)
A very straight forward way for Chucks teacher to keep track of antecedents that are triggering the unwanted behavior.
Chucks parents enrolled him in a G.E. kindergarten program soon after he turned 5.
Chucks Story. Retrieved 20 August 2019, from
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