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    Poster Session Dates  Section 1 Monday, December 13, 7:30-9:30pm  Section 2 Tuesday, December 14, 2:45-4:45pm
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    NCATE Dispositions to  Remember BELIEVE ALL CHILDREN CAN LEARN SOCIAL EQUITY AND JUSTICE
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    Behavior Reduction Strategies
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    The Four Major Types  of Misbehaviors Attention-Seeking Power/Personal Control Revenge or “Getting Back” at others Avoidance of Task and/or Activity
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    Attention-Seeking Objective  Assumed Goal To gain attention (Positive or Negative) from others What You May Feel Annoyed! What Child is Thinking I’m important when I am being noticed
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    Classroom Example A child does not follow the teacher’s directions to make their  peers laugh at their intentional error Corrective Guidelines: Ignore when possible.    Use Time-Out strategy to remove child from group so he/she  receives no reinforcement for negative behavior    Give attention with student’s appropriate behaviors  (“I really like it when you …”) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQvMaRhFsPU  
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    Power/Personal Control  Objective  Assumed Goal To gain personal control over a process or situation What You May Feel Provoked or challenged What Child is Thinking I count when you do what I want you to do or when I can do  what I want
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     Classroom Example Student will try to change the day’s agenda or refuse to do  assignment because it is “boring” or “lame”. Corrective Guidelines Withdraw from conflict Act rather than talk E.g., use non-verbal and/or visual based directives Avoid argument with “Broken Record” technique   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io9vzH1SnSI  
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    Revenge-Seeking Objective  Assumed Goal To hurt others as individuals perceive that they have been  hurt What You May Feel Hurt … “How can he/she do this to me?” What Child is Thinking I will count if I can hurt others as I feel hurt
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     Classroom Example Laughing at another student’s response to the  teacher’s question. Corrective Guidelines Avoid retaliation or punishment Use “Effective Conferencing” with student to help  child Build a trusting relationship 
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    Escape/Avoidance Objective  Assumed Goal To escape/avoid presented and upcoming task What You May Feel Frustrated and hopeless … “I give up”. What Child is Thinking “I can’t do anything right.  So I won’t try to do anything at all.   I am no good”.
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     Classroom Example Student sits out of sight during teacher’s lesson and puts  head down when work is presented to them.
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