Essay on Behavioral Plan A behavioral plan can be successful when “positive and negative reinforcement” is used therefore, my behavioral plan for Joe would be to reiterate the classroom rules such as, “no talking," "be respectful" and "no running." I would make sure that Joe understands these rules and adheres to all of them. If Joe does not comply with the rules, consequences would follow. For example, if Joe continues to be disruptive in the classroom then he would be given a warning for his unacceptable behavior and privileges would be loss such as, recess or playtime. I would also rearrange Joe’s seat to the front of the classroom away from the window and from the girl who does a lot of talking, so that Joe will focus on the class lesson. I could also implement a point system for Joe, where he will earn 3 points if he stays in his seat without reminders. He would get two points for staying seated with only one reminder and one point for staying seated with two reminders. If Joe receives three reminders, he will receive zero points. Alternatively, I would encourage Joe to behave in an orderly manner and he could earn points for a small reward such as, stickers or school supplies but only if he manages to earn a minimum of 6 points throughout the day. After a few weeks, Joe should improve his behavior and anticipate his reward. I could up the requirements by challenging Joe to earn more than 6 points if he participates in class and completes his assignments. His positive behavior would entitle him to a bigger reward such as, extra recess or a treat of his choice. Consequently, Joe will begin to demonstrate acceptable behavior and will look forward to a reward for his
Leadership and Organizational Behavior/LDR 531
The purpose of this essay is to analyze specific differences in emotions, attitudes and personalities based on the DISC Assessment results of Team E which consists of Tameka Pritchard, York Wilborn, Misty Vathis and Kaleah S. Daniels. This plan will be used to assess ways to improve the team’s motivation, satisfaction and performance as if they are employees of the Parker Law…
Jacqueline Kinley Hamilton
In this essay, I will present a case study of a man staying at an emergency shelter with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. A brief overview of the basic concepts of psychosocial rehabilitation, or PsyR as referred to throughout the essay, will be given. Following will be an application of PsyR concepts as specific and central to the assessment of the case study presented. A recovery plan will be presented that will address goals developed in relation…
University of Phoenix
Professor Catherine Mather-Colcernian
March 3, 2015
This essay will provide an overview of Compulsive Overeating Disorder as well as Binge eating. The essay will define the two disorders as well as provide examples to support the research and findings. This essay will outline current approaches for treating Compulsive Overeating and Binge Eating disorder as well as the theoretical basis for the approaches. Details on how counselor’s can work…
that causes test anxiety, too.
Now that you know a little bit about test anxiety, let’s move on to the effect on the average person it can cause. There are numerous ways it affects people but what I’m going to focus on is physical, emotional, and behavioral effects. For physical there is many out there. Most people usually experience the headaches, vomiting, diarrhea, shortness of breath and the dizziness that test anxiety can bring. Panic attacks, tightness of the chest, and feelings of a heart attack…
physically disabled, but they are emotional disabled too. One of the most common emotional disorder is EBD, or Emotional and Behavioral Disorder. This is a disorder that you will not be able to spot just by looking at the student. Although the student may seem fine in the classroom, there are some things that just keep them from excelling in large classrooms. In this essay we are going to look at the different types of services that help students with EBD as well as the teacher.
One of the…
Marketing segmentation is a process of dividing a large homogenous market into identifiable segments having similar needs. It could help companies better understand the demands of specific customers. Through a print advertisement of SMART cars, this essay develops a segmentation profile using targeting variables, analyses the value position and differentiation SMART holds.
Bright background captures attention, manipulating the connotation of brown (pollution) and green (environmentally-friendly) as…
An obesity treatment plan is integrated by multiple phases that together are intended to promote a behavioral change in the patient. During these multiple phases, therapeutic interviews between the patient and his/her health care provider can shape the outcome of obesity treatment. It is at this point of the process…
PLAN 8: Brain size matters. Evaluate the evidence regarding this statement./
How can studying the environmental constraints of an animal help us understand the organization of its brain?
INTRO: It is clear that within different animals there are variations of brain size- there have been many perspectives on whether brain size matters and this will be further explored within this essay.
PARA 1: FORAGING AND DIET
The evolutionary perspective has a key role in explaining the debate in whether brain…
Wiki: A Tool for Collaboration
Dr. Peggy Locke
EDUC 6725: Advanced Behavioral Interventions in Special Education
April 12, 2015
Wiki: A Tool for Collaboration
Educators are powerful beings. They have the opportunity to impact the course of a child’s life, sending students’ prospective life courses to maximum potential or filled with struggles and stumblings. Our society has established an educational climate that does not expect a singular to teacher to…
scale. A disadvantage of this type appraisal system is subject to the interpretation and judgment of the evaluator.
The Narrative Technique utilizes a written essay detailing the employee’s job performance. This technique requires the evaluator to write an individual essay for all employees. This can be simplified some by creating a plan for each employee prior to the actual time of appraisal.
The Critical Incident Review Method involves actively watching and recording effective and ineffective…