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ESE 691 Week 1 Assignment Ms.
Jungs Class

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ESE 691 Week 1 Assignment


Ms. Jungs Class
ESE 691 Week 1 DQ 1 Case
Study- Ms. Bosco's Class
ESE 691 Week 1 Journal
Putting It All Together A Case
Study
ESE 691 Week 2 DQ 1 A
Temper Tantrum
ESE 691 Week 2 Journal
Cultural Awareness
ESE 691 Week 2 Preventing

Ms. Jungs Class. Read the


case study of Ms. Jungs
class, Level C, Case 1 in
Norms and Expectations.
Then, in a four- to five-page
paper, complete the
assignment found on page 11,
at the bottom of Level C,
Case 1. To complete this
assignment, you will need to
review the Case Study Set
Introduction on page 2 and
the STAR sheets on the four

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ESE 691 Week 1 DQ 1 Case StudyMs. Bosco's Class

Case Study: Ms. Boscos


Class. As youve read in your
text, theories about behavior
modification include social
learning theory, classical
conditioning, and operant
conditioning. First, read the
articles and watch the videos
below on each of these
theories:
Bandura Social Learning
Theory
Bobo Doll Experiment

ESE 691 Week 2 DQ 1 A Temper


Tantrum

A Temper Tantrum. Imagine


that one of your closest
friends has two children; one
child is 5 12 years old, and
the other is almost 7 years
old. Youve noticed that they
fight with each other often as
well
aswithotherchildrenwhenyoug
ototheplayground.
Theotherday,theyoungestgrab
bedaballfromanother child.
When you gave the ball back

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ESE 691 Week 2 Preventing School
Violence

Preventing School Violence.


Due to a growing number of
social problems and an
increase in the at-risk
population over the past two
years, as displayed on the
Time Line of Worldwide
School and Mass Shootings,
acts of violence in schools
have increased significantly
with physical violence, cyberbullying, and destruction to
property. Many principals

ESE 691 Week 3 Assignment


Single-Subject Design

Single-Subject Design. The


purpose of single-subject
designs is to allow teachers to
demonstrate experimental
control and intervention
effects with a single child or a
small group of children. Thus,
these designs are ideal for
classroom teachers, parents,
and other teachers who want
to demonstrate the
effectiveness of their behavior
reduction strategies.

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ESE 691 Week 3 DQ 1 Data
Collection

Data Collection. Most new


educators are nervous about
the classroom management
aspect of teaching. They are
nervous thatwhen students
wont listen, or when a
particular student has
recurring behavior problems.
Prudenceisaseventhgradestud
entinthegeneraleducationclass
atherlocalmiddleschool.
Sheisveryfriendly and loves to
help the teacher in any way

ESE 691 Week 4 Assignment


Functional Behavior

Functional Behavior
Assessment. Every behavior
is exhibited either to gain or
avoid something. When
learning to modify a target
behavior, the first step is to
find out what is the function of
the behavior (gaining or
avoiding), and then identify its
purpose.
Read Chapter 8, Formal
Behavior Assessment, and
Chapter 9, Functional

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ESE 691 Week 4 DQ 1 The
Medication Debate

The Medication Debate. Over


the past 10 years, children
being diagnosed with
behavioral problems relating
to disabilities such as ADHD
and bipolar disorder have
risen exponentially.
Furthermore, the Center for
Disease Control (CDC) states
that in 2007, 5.4 million
children, ages 4 to 17, have
been diagnosed with ADHD,

ESE 691 Week 5 DQ 1 Differential


Reinforcement

Differential Reinforcement.
Review the various types of
differential reinforcement
explained in Behavior Advisor
and how to set up a token
economy system:
DRL: Differential
Reinforcement of Lower Rates
of Behavior
Differential Reinforcement of
Other Behaviors
DRI: Differentiated
Reinforcement of

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ESE 691 Week 5 DQ 2 Positive Behavior
Intervention and Support (PBIS)

Positive Behavior Intervention


and Support (PBIS). Review
Positive Behavioral
Interventions & Supports and
Positive Behavior Support
Plan (Essential Elements).
Positive behavioral
intervention and support
(PBIS) can either be
individually based or school
wide (SWPBIS), and in many
cases both. The whole school

ESE 691 Week 5 School-Wide


Positive Behavioral

School-Wide Positive
Behavioral Intervention and
Supports (SWPBIS). View the
presentation, School-Wide
Positive Behavior Support:
Getting Started.
For this assignment, your
school principal has asked for
your assistance in creating a
school-wide positive
behavioral intervention and
supports (SWPBIS) system.
Choose a school level

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ESE 691 Week 6 DQ 1 Parent
Partnerships

Parent Partnerships. As a
teacher, it is your job to reach
out to parents who are not as
communicative as other
parents. Read the following
scenario and respond to the
prompt below.
FrankSmith,astudentinyourse
venthgradeEnglishclass,hasb
eencreatingquiteastirinyourcla
sslately. This is not his typical
behavior. Usually he come

ESE 691 Week 6 Final Paper

Read the case study of Mark,


located in Level A, Case 1 of
The Iris Centers Measuring
Behavior.
Using this case study, create a
six- to nine-page positive
behavior support plan. Your
plan should include the
following:
The theoretical underpinnings
of your plan
. Which behavior theory fits the
childs learned behavior,

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