Customizable choice board template with pictures and text. This resource contains activity options that students can select during free times or as a reinforcer during preferred activity time.
Grade K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 · Behavior & SEL · 1 pages
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The Premack Principle is a positive reinforcement strategy that offers a preferred activity as a reward to motivate students to demonstrate a behavior or complete a specified task. To implement the Premack Principle, the teacher first creates a contingency by identifying the target behavior and determining a preferred activity to
Menu of Choices
A menu of choices is a strategy in which a student is given multiple options for how to approach and carry out a task. Teachers can use a menu of choices to involve students in a decision for how to express their learning at the end of a single lesson.
A structured choice is a behavior strategy used by giving two or more acceptable options to a student at a specific point in time. Structured choices are effective in increasing student compliance, engagement, and motivation. It also is effective in preventing or de-escalating problem behaviors. Structured choices can be given
Before students are comfortable generating a free-form response, they can demonstrate their knowledge by selecting the correct answer(s) from a fixed set of choices. The challenge of the task can be adjusted by increasing/decreasing the number of answer choices. Answer choices do not need to be limited by just text,
A Contract is an agreement that a student makes with their teacher and/or parents to follow through with an action plan to change their learning, emotional, or social behavior. A Contract makes students aware of expectations and holds them accountable for their actions, which increases student success. These agreements are