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Chapter 7:
Coping with Common
Behavior Problems:
Nonverbal Interventions
Alice Derry, Dani Pycroft,
Natalia Grinberg, Chel...
Intervention is a Bi-Directional Process
Student Responsibilities
• Prepare for Class
• Study
• Ask questions
• Remain on task
Teacher Responsibilities
• Model professional
responsibilities
• Be prepared
• Provide clear direction
• Routine-consisten...
With-it-ness : Refers to the non-verbal
communication that teachers use to
demonstrate their awareness of everything
that ...
Proactive Intervention Methods
1. Changing the pace of classroom activities.
2. Removing seductive objects.
3. Interest bo...
Remedial Intervention
Planned Ignoring
Signal Interference
Proximity Interference
Touch Interference
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  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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