Class Notes 362
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katherine Pawlicki on Friday August 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 362 at Illinois State University taught by Dr.Uphold in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Systematic Instruction in Professional Education Services at Illinois State University.
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Date Created: 08/21/15
Autism Multiple Disabilities lntellectual Disabilities Traumatic Brain Injury Deaf and Blind Videos task analysis prompting pictures communication devices aide buttons and switches modeling grips visuals gadgets communication board PECS schedules modifications accommodations auditory prompts gestures hand over hand the student is not fully participated in the event but they do what they can An example is A student who is in a wheel chair is playing kickball although he cannot kick the teacher has another student kick for him while he runs the bases So even though the student cannot kick instead of just not playing at all the student is partially participating as much as he can in the kickball game Partial participation is a positive component for students Four stages acquisition fluency maintenance and generalization the early stage when students just start learning how many you get correct and how fast can the student perform the skill over a long period of time multiple settings people and materials baseline intervention maintenance and generalization Baseline find out what the student knows and what they don t know instructional procedures that you will do with the student to make sure that they understand can the student perform the skill over a long period of time materials and setting are a huge component the student may perform the task in one place but not in another state Process of breaking down chained task into small steps received individually multiple steps or series to make up skill one thing one step Basis for systematic instruction Behavior is learned Learning occurs as a result or consequence Antecedent BehaviorConsequence StimulusResponse Consequence sets the signal or cue to make the behavior happen an action that can be observed the response from the behavior Example It s raining antecedent I grab an umbrellabehavior I stayed dryconsequence Learning is based on consequences