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Target Behaviors

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18 questions
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  • Q1
    Any instance or attempt in which the student uses his hands, feet and/or objects to make contact with another person
    Attention-Seeking
    Self-Injury
    Aggression
    Disruption
    30s
  • Q2
    Any instance or attempt the student breaks, tears, rips or flips furniture
    Aggression
    Tantrum
    Property Destruction
    Non-Compliance
    30s
  • Q3
    Any instance in which the student throws an item (not towards another person), talks without permission, and/or hits objects or furniture
    Aggression
    Elopement
    Disruption
    Property Destruction
    30s
  • Q4
    Any instance or attempt in which the student uses his hands, feet or objects to make contact with self, causing harm
    Self-Injury
    Property Destruction
    Disruption
    Aggression
    30s
  • Q5
    Any instance in which the student yells, uses profanity, makes threats, or makes disparaging comments towards others.
    Elopement
    Disruption
    Verbal Aggression
    Non-Compliance
    30s
  • Q6
    Any instance in which the student leaves his/her designated area without prior permission.
    Disruption
    Verbal Aggression
    Elopement
    Non-Compliance
    30s
  • Q7
    Any instance in which the student does not follow a given directive within 20 seconds.
    Off-Task
    Aggression
    Elopement
    Non-Compliance
    30s
  • Q8
    Any instance in which the student is not attending to or oriented towards their assignment or task for more than 30 seconds
    Non-Compliance
    Elopement
    Off-Task
    Disruption
    30s
  • Q9
    Identify the Target Behaviors: During independent work time, the students gets up and walks away from his desk and begins talking to other students and taking items such as pencils or paper off their desk and throwing it on the floor.
    Aggression & Elopement
    Elopement Only
    Attention Seeking & Tantrum
    Elopement & Disruptive Behavior
    30s
  • Q10
    Identify the Target Behaviors: When given a task, the student curses at the teacher and refuses to complete their assigned work after the teacher delivers a prompt.
    Self-Injurious & Non-Compliance
    Off-Task & Elopement
    Verbal Aggression & Non-Compliance
    Aggression & Disruption
    30s
  • Q11
    Identify the target behaviors: Shortly after assigning a task, you notice that the student has not been working for the last 30 seconds or so. When you deliver a prompt, the student gets back on task, but shortly after you notice that they are not working again.
    Disruptive
    Escape
    Off-Task
    Non-Compliance
    30s
  • Q12
    Identify the target behaviors: When given a challenging task, the student rips up the paper and breaks the pencil. When the teacher replaces the paper and pencil and prompts the student to get back to work, the student begins hitting their head with their fists.
    Aggression & Disruption
    Property Destruction & Self-Injurious Behaviors
    Elopement & Self-Injury
    Off-task & Aggression
    30s
  • Q13
    Identify the Target Behaviors: When the teacher tried to wake the student up, the student began pushing the teacher away and even threw a book towards the teacher, which landed at her feet.
    Non-Compliance
    Aggression and Disruption
    Disruption
    Aggression
    30s
  • Q14
    What information is necessary when identifying the topography of a target behavior?
    How long the behavior lasts: (e.g., a tantrum that lasts a few minutes or that can last for an hour).
    What the target behavior looks like: (e.g., banging arms against the table);
    How severe the behavior is: (e.g., if the behavior is biting, how hard does the learner bite and does he cause tissue damage);
    How often the behavior happens: (e.g., from once or twice per day to a dozen or more times per day);
    30s
  • Q15
    What information is necessary when identifying the location of a target behavior?
    How severe the behavior is: (e.g., if the behavior is biting, how hard does the learner bite and does he cause tissue damage);
    How long the behavior lasts: (e.g., a tantrum that lasts a few minutes or that can last for an hour).
    How often the behavior happens: (e.g., from once or twice per day to a dozen or more times per day);
    Where the behavior is occurring: (e.g., in gym class, on the playground, during math class); and
    30s

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