Chapter 10

In a time out room most severe form of timeout age

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Unformatted text preview: ibbon Exclusionary Time-out Seclusionary Time-Out Location for Time-Out In the Classroom Description Students lose the right to participate in the learning activity, but they can still observe the instructional activity. It can take many forms. In the Classroom A form of non-seclusionary time-out. Teacher and/or students ignore a student when she or he engages in target behaviors. In the Classroom Both contingent observation (Barton, Brulle & Repp, 1987) and sit and watch (White & Bailey, 1990) are a form of nonseclusionary time-out that requires a student to sit and watch an activity. They cannot participate nor earn reinforcement. In the Classroom Originated by Foxx & Shapiro (1978). Students wear a time-out ribbon. If they have the ribbon, they can earn reinforcement. If they lose the ribbon, they lose the right to earn reinforcements for three minutes In the classroom Student is removed from in a screened area, the activity and placed in or in another screened-off area or classroom ano...
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