Saturday, March 2, 2019

Developmental Behavioral

The following concepts ar explained by definition and I prolong provided examples of each as they apply to the developmental behavioral approach. The first wizard I will discuss Is Negative Reinforcement, This Is the streng thening of a behavior by the removal of an unpleasant effect. An example of this might be a toddler having a tantrum every beat you take his comfort away, but then as soon as he gets it yap the tantrum stops.So by giving It back to him the behavior was negatively built by the tantrum stopping and us, giving it back to him every time he cries. There are several(prenominal) other concepts that will be discussed next. Intrinsic Reinforcement Feelings of pleasure and personal satisfaction derived from working on accomplishing a task, discovering something new, or seeing a problem. An example of this is, a baby bird learning to write may get frustrated if they cant get it mess Immediately. With a little encouragement and praising the tike will insure to tr y ND not give up.Positive Reinforcement Something that follows a receipt and results in the increase of that p trickicular response. A pleasant consequence. Examples are, helping a child achieve balance when learning to ride a bike, sit down next to the child when they are working hard on an art project, asking questions, nodding and thumbs up on a cheeseparing Job. innate and Logical Consequence Natural consequence would occur with step to the fore a parents or teachers intervention. Logical consequence is determined by an adult that is related to the childs professional inappropriate behavior.Examples of these are, a child refusing to take a nap so that they can stay up late to watch their favorite show, consequence Is they child falls asleep early and misses their show. Another example is a child purposely coloring on the table when told not to do that the consequence might be that the child will have to peel that table as well as the other tables. Withdrawing or withholdin g Reinforcement Taking away something special. A child being told several multiplication to share the blocks or they may not play with them.The child continues to be mean so he consequence Is that the blocks get interpreted away. Incompatible Behavior an inappropriate and an appropriate behavior cant take shoes at the same time. A child listening to a bill and another child sh bys out. The two things can not be do at the same time by the same child t n the Child being Good Respond positively and reinforce the impregnable behavior. If a child is contend in housekeeping and they are share-out nicely when they normally would not. The child should be praised for doing such a tidy Job sharing.Reminders, Redirection, Reprimands A gentle reminder o not do something usually works if it doesnt then a very stern NO at eye level may be sine qua noned, followed by a brief explanation. If the child still insists on doing it then they may need to be removed from the situation briefly. The sand box is a good example. The child throwing sand after being reminded not to several times might need to sit briefly why throwing sand is not the right thing to do. This brings me to my last few examples. Sit and Watch and cartridge holder Out Sit and watch is a mild time out for children who have a hard time understanding expectations.It meaner the child sits out for a min or two to watch the other children playing appropriately. Time out is an extreme reinforcement it includes removing the teachers attention, other children, materials and equipment. It should be utilize as a last resort. An example of this is children spitting or biting, they are told that their teeth are not for biting, if they do it again they need to be removed to think about it. They should sit for no more then 1 min for every year of age. If it continues a one on one might be needed to help the child hunt about his behavior.

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