Behavioral Theory II (Behavior Support for Intensive Intervention: Module 2)

Behavioral Theory II (Behavior Support for Intensive Intervention: Module 2)

Module Overview

This module is a continuation of behavioral theory from Module 1. By the end of this module, you should be able to:

  • Define and identify elements of the four-term contingency
  • Define and describe procedures involved with teaching: shaping, chaining, prompting, stimulus control and phases of learning

This module is divided into two parts, with an introduction and closing. A 508 compliant version of the full PowerPoint presentation across all parts of the module is available below.

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Introduction

This video introduces Module 2 and provides an overview of module content and related activities.

 

 

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Part 1: What are setting events and how do they help explain behavior?

This part explains why it is important to focus on behavior. The video describes the traditional understanding of how to approach behavior in school and the classroom.

 

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Part 2: What are the elements of basic behavioral theory?

This part goes a little further into describing behavioral terms. The focus is on the procedures to use when teaching new behaviors. These procedures include: shaping, chaining, prompting, stimulus control and phases of learning.

 

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Closing

The closing video reviews the content provided in the module and concludes with a module quiz.

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