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Got Behavior? storyboard

  1. 1. Got Behavior? Live Binder: Tab 1: IntroductionBackground: “Equity” Tab 1: Page 1 of 4with dark orange Description: Titleaccents GOT BEHAVIOR? Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) noneText Font: Arial Unicode Bringing Out The Best In KidsText Color: Who Behave the WorstBlack/grey/white aw Narration: noneTransition: Fade Jill T. ChapmanSmoothly University of South Carolina Actual text: GOT BEHAVIOR? (bold,all caps) Bringing Out The Best In Kids Who Behave the Worst Jill T. Chapman University of South Carolina
  2. 2. Got Behavior? Live Binder: Tab 1: Introduction Tab 1: Page 2 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Setting the Purposewith dark orangeaccents Organizational Chart: web of Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) supporting details (repeating NoneText Font: Arial Unicode bending process)Text Color: Narration:Black/grey/white Students withTransition: Fade challenging behaviorSmoothly impact the entire classroom environment. This extends past their own academic progress. Relationships are Actual text: impacted at every Challenging Behaviors Impact: (center of web) level. Academic Achievement Family Involvement Classroom Atmosphere Relationships
  3. 3. Got Behavior? Live Binder: Tab 1: Introduction Tab 1: Page 3 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Outlinewith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) OutlineText Font: Arial Unicode 4 Block Box from Smart ArtText Color: Narration:Black/grey/white b Luckily, we can supportTransition: Fade our students’ acquisition of appropriate behavior.Smoothly The process is called behavior analysis. This is a proven process that helps teachers make behavioral decisions that will best support their students. Actual text: Steps for Measuring Classroom Behavior Define Behavior Determine Dimension Select Recording Method and Schedule Evaluate Results
  4. 4. Got Behavior? Live Binder: Tab 1: IntroductionBackground: “Equity” Tab 1: Page 4 of 4with dark orange Description: Endaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Right arrowText Font: Arial Unicode Go to Tab 2 from Smart ArtText Color:Black/grey/white GTransition: Fade Narration: noneSmoothly Actual text: Go to Tab 2
  5. 5. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 2: Define Behavior Tab 2: Page 1 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Scenariowith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Defining Behavior Image ofText Font: Arial Unicode stressed teacherText Color:Black/grey/white Narration:Transition: Fade TeacherSmoothly reflecting on challenges she faces with new student Actual text: Defining Behavior Listen as Ms. Clipchart shares her concerns about a new student in her math class.
  6. 6. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 2: Define Behavior Tab 2: Page 2 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Where to Startwith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) noneText Font: Arial Unicode Target BehaviorsText Color: *Observable Narration: TheBlack/grey/white *Measurable definition mustTransition: Fade (Smart Art bullet list) be specific. ThisSmoothly means that we can all agree when it happens and when it does not. Actual text: Target Behaviors: Observable and Measurable
  7. 7. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 2: Define BehaviorBackground: Tab 2: Page 3 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Exampleswith dark orangeaccents Image/Video: Table from Smart tableText Size: Auto fit (24pt)Text Font: Arial Unicode Art of examples andText Color: non-examples Narration: JustBlack/grey/white like any otherTransition: Fade concepts, weSmoothly can learn about operational behavioral definitions through Actual text: examples and Examples: clear, observable, measurable behaviors non-examples. Non-examples: based on opinion, value statements Let’s look at the table on this page.
  8. 8. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 2: Define Behavior Tab 2: Page 4 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: End of Tab 2with dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Go to Tab 3 noneText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color: Narration:Black/grey/white Before youTransition: Fade move to TabSmoothly 3, take time to explore the additional resources that are available in Actual text: Tab 2. Go to Tab 3 (Additional sub-tabs in Tab 2: link to Iris Center, handouts to help define behaviors)
  9. 9. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 3: Dimensions of BehaviorBackground: Tab 3: Page 1 of 6Background: “Equity” Description: Tab 3 Coverwith dark orangeaccents Image/Video: noneText Size: Auto fit (24pt) Dimensions of BehaviorText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color: Narration: TheBlack/grey/white dimension ofTransition: Fade the behaviorSmoothly tells us more about how it can be measured and reinforced. Actual text: Dimensions of Behavior
  10. 10. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 3: Dimensions of Behavior Tab 3: Page 2 of 6Background: “Equity” Description: The Big Twowith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) The Big Two: outlineText Font: Arial Unicode DurationText Color: Frequency Narration:Black/grey/white (Outline from Smart Art) Although thereTransition: Fade are severalSmoothly dimensions of behavior, the Big Two for classroom use are duration and Actual text: frequency. The Big Two: Duration Frequency
  11. 11. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 3: Dimensions of BehaviorBackground: “Equity” Tab 3: Page 3of 6with dark orange Description: Durationaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Duration: Length of Time NoneText Font: Arial Unicode Behaviors that occurText Color: extended periods of timeBlack/grey/white Narration: Clear beginning and ending noneTransition: FadeSmoothly Actual text: Duration: Length of Time Behaviors that occur extended periods of time Clear beginning and ending
  12. 12. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 3: Dimensions of Behavior Tab 3: Page 4 of 6Background: “Equity” Description: Frequencywith dark orangeaccents Image/Video: Frequency: How Many TimesText Size: Auto fit (24pt) None Behaviors that occur moreText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color: than once Narration: noneBlack/grey/white Clear beginning and endingTransition: FadeSmoothly Actual text: Frequency: How Many Times Behaviors that occur more than once Clear beginning and ending
  13. 13. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 3: Dimensions of Behavior Tab 3: Page 5of 6Background: “Equity” Description: Otherswith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Other Dimensions: noneText Font: Arial Unicode LatencyText Color: Narration:Black/grey/white Locus Intensity Duration andTransition: Fade frequency areSmoothly Topography the most commonly explored dimension in classroom Actual text: behavior. Other Dimensions: However, other Latency dimensions Locus include…….” Intensity Topography (See sub-tabs for information on each of these dimensions.)
  14. 14. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 3: Dimensions of Behavior Tab 3: Page 6 of 6Background: “Equity” Description: End of Tab 3with dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Go to Tab 4 Right arrowText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color:Black/grey/white Narration:Transition: Fade Before youSmoothly move to Tab 4, take time to explore the additional resources that Actual text: are available in Go to Tab 4 Tab 3. (see sub-tabs for handouts)
  15. 15. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 4: Recording Methods and SchedulesBackground: “Equity” Tab 4: Page 1 of 6with dark orange Description: Coveraccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Recording Methods noneText Font: Arial Unicode and SchedulesText Color:Black/grey/white Narration:Transition: Fade noneSmoothly Actual text: Recording Methods and Schedules
  16. 16. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 4: Recording Methods and Schedules Tab 4: Page 2 of 6Background: “Equity” Description: Durationwith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Insert table with headings: tableText Font: Arial Unicode Dimension, Question, Directio Narration: ThisText Color: type ofBlack/grey/white n, Tools recording yieldsTransition: Fade greatSmoothly information, but may require an additional person to help collect accurate Actual text: data. Duration: Length of Time “How long did Regis sit in his assigned area?” Tools: Stopwatch, Pencil, Observation Sheet Directions: Record the time
  17. 17. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 4: Recording Methods and SchedulesBackground: “Equity” Tab 4: Page 3 of 6with dark orange Description: Frequencyaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) TableText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color: Insert table with headings:Black/grey/white Narration: This Dimension, Question, DirecTransition: Fade type of tion, ToolsSmoothly recording is very easy. Unfortunately, it is often easier to use it to collect data on the Actual text: inappropriate Frequency- Event Recording behavior than it How often did Regis get out of his seat? is on the Tools: Pencil, Observation Sheet appropriate Directions: Tally each occurrence behavior.
  18. 18. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 4: Recording Methods and Schedules Tab 4: Page 4 of 6Background: “Equity” Description: Frequencywith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) TableText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color: Insert table with headings: Narration: ThisBlack/grey/white Dimension, Question, Direc type ofTransition: Fade tion, Tools recording givesSmoothly the best information about an appropriate behavior. You Actual text: may need an Frequency- Interval Recording additional What percentage of time did Regis stay in his seat? person to help Tools: Time signaler, Pencil, Observation Sheet make sure your Directions: Mark the interval if the behavior occurred data is accurate.
  19. 19. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 4: Recording Methods and Schedules Tab 4: Page 5of 6Background: “Equity” Description: Schedulewith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Table with schedule TableText Font: Arial Unicode exampleText Color: Narration:Black/grey/white Explain how toTransition: Fade scheduleSmoothly intervention observations that will yield the best representation Actual text: of the student’s Baseline- 3 to 5 observations typical behavior. Intervention- Samples across settings, does not need to be all day (see sub-tabs for examples of forms)
  20. 20. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 4: Recording Methods and Schedules Tab 4: Page 6 of 6Background: “Equity” Description: Endwith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Go to Tab 5 Right arrowText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color: Narration:Black/grey/white Before youTransition: Fade move to TabSmoothly 5, take time to explore the additional resources that are available in Actual text: Tab 4. Go to Tab 5
  21. 21. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 5: Analyze Results Tab 5: Page 1 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Coverwith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) noneText Font: Arial UnicodeText Color: Analyze Results Narration: YouBlack/grey/white will be able toTransition: Fade analyze yourSmoothly data to determine the effectiveness of the intervention you selected. Actual text: Analyze Results
  22. 22. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 5: Analyze Results Tab 5: Page 2 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Graphwith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) Example of graphed Insert graphText Font: Arial Unicode data from MSExcelText Color:Black/grey/whiteTransition: Fade Narration: TakeSmoothly time everyday to plot your data on a simple graph. Actual text: Behavior graph with baseline and intervention stages that show increase in target behavior
  23. 23. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab 5: Analyze Results Tab 5: Page 3 of 4Background: “Equity” Description: Decisionswith dark orangeaccents Image/Video:Text Size: Auto fit (24pt) ListText Font: Arial Unicode Trapezoid List fromText Color: Smart Art Narration: YouBlack/grey/white can make manyTransition: Fade decisions basedSmoothly on your visual analysis of the data. This helps make sure we base of actions Actual text: on Possible Decisions evidence, rather Change Intervention than emotional Schedule Generalization Opportunities responses. Begin Fading Prompts
  24. 24. Got Behavior? Live Binder Tab x: Title Tab 5: Page 4of 4Background: “Equity” Description: THE ENDwith dark orangeaccents Image/Video: Wishing You Good Luck and noneText Size: Auto fit (24pt)Text Font: Arial Unicode Great Behavior!Text Color: Jill T. Chapman Narration:Black/grey/white jchapman@lexington1.net Now you haveTransition: none the basics of classroom behavior collection. Make sure to access the sample Actual text: forms and Wishing You Good Luck and Great Behavior! resources to Jill T. Chapman help you along jchapman@lexington1.net the way. Good luck!

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