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Albarran, Susanne A.; Sandbank, Micheal P. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
Systematic trial-based learning procedures are commonly used to teach students with disabilities in special education settings. Instructive feedback is a procedure created to increase the efficiency of trial-based learning procedures. It involves the planned addition of non-target information that is systematically placed in the consequent events…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Special Education, Feedback (Response), Teaching Methods
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Briesch, Amy M.; Daniels, Brian; Beneville, Margaret – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
Although extensive research has supported the effectiveness of self-management interventions to improve student behavior, variability in the specific components used in self-management interventions remains. The purpose of the current paper was to analyze the extant literature in order to (a) define the various ways in which self-management…
Descriptors: Self Management, Reinforcement, Intervention, Student Behavior
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Fitzgerald Leahy, Lauren R.; Miller, Faith G.; Schardt, Alyssa A. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
The purpose of this quantitative synthesis of single-case design (SCD) research was to investigate the effects associated with increasing teacher-directed opportunities to respond (TD-OTRs) on student behavioral outcomes in general, as well as differentiated by student response mode, grade level, and SCD research quality ratings. Twelve studies,…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Student Behavior, Instructional Effectiveness, Teacher Student Relationship
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Brand, Denys; Henley, Amy J.; DiGennaro Reed, Florence D.; Gray, Elizabeth; Crabbs, Brittany – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
We reviewed parametric analyses of treatment integrity levels published in 10 behavior analytic journals through 2017. A total of 19 experiments (13 articles) met criteria for review. The objectives were to: (1) determine the number of experiments in which levels of treatment integrity were systematically manipulated; (2) identify the types of…
Descriptors: Integrity, Behavior Modification, Intervention, Experiments
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Pennington, Brittany; Simacek, Jessica; McComas, Jennifer; McMaster, Kristen; Elmquist, Marianne – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
School practitioners increasingly use functional behavior assessments to design behavior intervention plans when students engage in challenging behavior that is not improved by classroom management or standard interventions. Behavior intervention plans should aim to produce behavior change that maintains across time and generalizes to relevant…
Descriptors: Functional Behavioral Assessment, Maintenance, Generalization, Behavior Problems
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Gevarter, Cindy; Horan, Keri – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
This study examined a behavioral intervention package to promote the use of target vocalizations alongside speech-generating device (SGD) mands. Six minimally verbal children with autism spectrum disorder participated, including three with no prior SGD experience. During baseline, SGD responses resulted in access to a preferred item and there was…
Descriptors: Autism, Speech Communication, Audio Equipment, Children
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Desrochers, Marcie; Zhang, Jie; Caron, Stacey; Steinmiller, Jenna – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
An experimental investigation of the effectiveness of two types of feedback on college students' acquisition of behavioral observation skills was conducted. Special education and psychology students completed two training assignments involving behavioral observations of students engaging in problem behavior. Depending on the condition to which…
Descriptors: College Students, Observation, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Feedback (Response)
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Kieta, Andrew R.; Cihon, Traci M.; Abdel-Jalil, Awab – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
The nature of problem solving has been a difficult one to pin down, with much of the focus placed on hypothetical cognitive structures based on technological metaphors that change as quickly as the currently popular technologies after which they are modeled. While behavior analysts have made use of several effective instructional methodologies to…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Behavioral Science Research, Curriculum, Teaching Methods
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Lee, Nicole; Vladescu, Jason C.; Reeve, Kenneth F.; Peterson, Kathryn M.; Giannakakos, Antonia R. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
Teaching individuals a safety response when they encounter a firearm may be one way to prevent accidental injuries or death. Previous researchers have used behavioral skills training (BST) with and without in situ training to teach individuals with and without disabilities to engage in a safety response in the presence of a firearm. However, few…
Descriptors: Safety Education, Weapons, Responses, Behavior Modification
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Mason, Rose A.; Schnitz, Alana. G.; Gerow, Stephanie; An, Zhe G.; Wills, Howard P. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
The purpose of the present study was to assess the impact of coaching with performance feedback from teachers on accuracy of paraeducators' momentary time sampling (MTS) data of students' on-task behavior. Two lead teachers and three paraeducators participated in the study. The relation between coaching and accuracy of the data collection was…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Accuracy, Data Collection, Paraprofessional School Personnel
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Frank-Crawford, Michelle A.; Borrero, John C.; Newcomb, Eli T.; Chen, Ting; Schmidt, Jonathan D. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
We evaluated preference for and efficacy of distributed and accumulated response--reinforcer arrangements during discrete-trial teaching for unmastered tasks. During the distributed arrangement, participants received 30-s access to a reinforcer after each correct response. During accumulated arrangements, access was accrued throughout the work…
Descriptors: Reinforcement, Skill Development, Preferences, Teacher Response
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Orihuela, Samantha Matthews; Collins, Belva C.; Spriggs, Amy D.; Kleinert, Harold – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2019
In this study, we used an instructional package consisting of a constant time delay procedure with multiple exemplars to teach five elementary students with moderate intellectual disability to identify geometric shapes listed in their state's core content standards and included on their state's alternate assessment. In addition, we included four…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Geometry, Alternative Assessment, Geometric Concepts
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Mulé, Christina M.; Daniels, Brian; Volpe, Robert J.; Briesch, Amy M.; Joseph, Laurice M.; Harris, Kristin; Silwinski, Samantha; Leslie, Laurel K. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2018
Traditional drill and practice (TDP) has been shown to be both effective and efficient for increasing word recognition. WordSheets (WS) is a novel drill procedure similar to TDP with two key differences: (a) WS increases opportunities to respond, which may increase efficiency and (b) WS present instructional stimuli in a context that more closely…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Drills (Practice), Conventional Instruction, Word Recognition
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Berrett, Andrew N.; Carter, Nari J. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2018
Math fact fluency is foundational for later mathematics education. Unfortunately, many students across the nation continue to struggle with these core skills. Computer-assisted instruction may be a potentially valuable tool for improving math fact fluency due to its ability to differentiate instruction at the student level, provide added practice…
Descriptors: Grade 3, Mathematics Instruction, Computer Assisted Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Isenhower, Robert W.; Delmolino, Lara; Fiske, Kate E.; Bamond, Meredith; Leaf, Justin B. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2018
Research generally supports the use of error-correction procedures that require active student responses (ASRs). However, some recent research suggests that requiring ASRs after errors is not always advantageous for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We examined acquisition in a receptive identification task for two learners with ASD…
Descriptors: Error Correction, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Task Analysis
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