5 edition of Behavior modification of learning disabilities. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Academic Therapy Publications|
|Publishers||Academic Therapy Publications|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|Assessment of children with learning disabilities, by T. C. Lovitt. Therapeutic engineering in the natural environment, by R. J. Wetzel. Precision teaching: a useful technology for special education teachers, by R. H. Bradfield. Training parents in child management, by M. E. Bernal. A behavioral strategy for reading training, by B. B. Gray. Language habilitation in children, by J. Stark. Attention span: an operant conditioning analysis, by G. L. Martin and R. B. Powers. Behavior modification of children with learning disabilities using grades as tokens and allowances as backup reinforcers, by H. S. McKenzie [and others] The learning center concept, by F. M. Hewett [and others] Behavioral modification in a junior high learning disabilities classroom, by P. A. Nolen, H. P. Kunzelmann [and] N. G. Haring. Precision teaching the learning-disabled child, by R. H. Bradfield and J. Criner.|
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Frequently The F stands for frequently reinforcing a student. The instructional demands for teachers are staggering; many classes have students for whom English is not their primary language, students who have experienced trauma, students who are years behind their classmates, and students who lack basic experiences for understanding their world.
Difficulty "reading" facial expressions, body language• By identifying the child's goals and misbehavior, you can present more appropriate opportunities and methods to reach the child's goals. In some cases the normal response to a behaviour, that would normally be thought of as unpleasant and leading to a decrease in any behaviour it follows, may have a contrary effect for a person with a learning disability.
Aggression might be defined as making contact with an open hand, fist, or foot to any body part of another person. Ordinary notebook paper may also be turned sideways to produce columns. When teachers are cheerful and enthusiastic, their attitudes are contagious. Negative reinforcement Balin complains of headaches when it is time to do homework. If time-out does not work in the first few interventions, an alternative strategy should be considered.
It may be that poor communication causes challenging behavior, challenging behaviors cause poor communication, or quality of early home environment causes both poor communication and challenging behaviors.
Social reinforcers are more versatile, and, even if material reinforcers are used, a kind word from the teacher should always accompany them.
For aphasia, the principle of distributed training or spacing effect is considered superior to massed training, 11• These categories require additional description to allow reliable assessment and treatment procedures to be performed.
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