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  • Intervention is a bi-directional process, meaning the responsibility for appropriate behavior does not only fall on the students but teachers too.
  • Surface behaviors are generally normal developmental behaviors of children.
  • Planned ignoring - If you ignore a behavior it will lesson and eventually disappear.
    Signal Interference - Communicates to the student that behavior is not appropriate without disturbing others.
    Proximity Interference - Any movement toward the disruptive student.
    Touch Interference - Teacher takes a child’s hand and escorts them back to their seat.
  • Chapter7

    1. 1. Chapter 7: Coping with Common Behavior Problems: Nonverbal Interventions Alice Derry, Dani Pycroft, Natalia Grinberg, Chelsea Prue
    2. 2. Intervention is a Bi-Directional Process
    3. 3. Student Responsibilities • Prepare for Class • Study • Ask questions • Remain on task
    4. 4. Teacher Responsibilities • Model professional responsibilities • Be prepared • Provide clear direction • Routine-consistent behavioral expectations • Build positive relationships with students • Respond intuitively to students surface behaviors.
    5. 5. With-it-ness : Refers to the non-verbal communication that teachers use to demonstrate their awareness of everything that is going on within their classroom. QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
    6. 6. Proactive Intervention Methods 1. Changing the pace of classroom activities. 2. Removing seductive objects. 3. Interest boosting of a student who shows signs of off-task behavior. 4. Redirecting behavior of off-task students. 5. Nonpunitive time out. 6. Encouraging appropriate behavior. 7. Modeling and providing cues for appropriate behavior.
    7. 7. Remedial Intervention Planned Ignoring Signal Interference Proximity Interference Touch Interference

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