Consequence Strategies to Increase Behavior (Behavior Support for Intensive Intervention: Module 4)

Consequence Strategies to Increase Behavior (Behavior Support for Intensive Intervention: Module 4)

Module Overview

This module discusses consequence strategies to increase behavior. More specifically, how do you encourage more of the desired behavior? This module introduces a variety of different strategies to do this. By the end of this module you should be able to:

  • Describe consequence strategies to increase behavior
  • Establish a continuum of strategies to acknowledge appropriate behavior
  • Appropriately adjust use of reinforcement

This module is divided into four 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 4 and provides an overview of module content and related activities.

 

 

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Part 1: Why is reinforcement important?

Part 1 explains why reinforcement is important. The video introduces consequence strategies to increase behavior.

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Part 2: What is specific praise and how do I use it effectively?

Part 2 introduces the foundation to establishing a continuum of strategies to acknowledge appropriate behavior. We define what specific praise is and how to use it effectively.

 

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Part 3: What other strategies can I use to increase behavior?

Part 3 continues the discussion about establishing a continuum of strategies to acknowledge appropriate behavior (Part 2). In this video, we introduce other strategies to use to increase behavior.

 

Note that at the beginning of this video, the presenter mistakenly mentions that this is Part 3 of Module 5 instead of Part 3 of Module 4.

 

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Part 4: How will you know when to adjust your use of reinforcement?

Part 4 describes when to adjust use of reinforcement in the classroom. In other words, how do you know that you are implementing your program most effectively?

 

Note that at the beginning of this video, the presenter mistakenly mentions that this is Part 4 of Module 5 instead of Part 4 of Module 4.

 

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Closing

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

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