Positive Behavioral Supports: Empirically Supported Use of Behavioral Logs
Intervention in School and Clinic
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Teachers commonly use behavioral logs as a primary method for controlling classroom behavior, but frequently they are using these logs incorrectly. For this reason, this article provides specific information on how to correctly use behavioral logs for techniques such as check-in/check-out, behavioral report cards, and token economies. Each of these are described in terms of empirical support for their use and how they would be integrated into a positive behavioral and intervention support model. Concrete examples are provided for school-based practitioners to use when working with their own students. © 2017, © Hammill Institute on Disabilities 2017.
Krach, S. K.,
McCreery, M. P.,
Focaracci, S. D.
Positive Behavioral Supports: Empirically Supported Use of Behavioral Logs.
Intervention in School and Clinic, 53(2),