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Assessment of children with EBD and documentation of actions

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2.) Predict how all these components (a) Antecedent (b) Behavior (c) Consequences (2) Goals (3) Intervention (4) IEP recommendations, will influence an angry, aggressive child.

3.) Assessment: In what way will the target behavior be assessed? Provide details on a method to document the targeted behaviors.

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The solution provides a blueprint for how teachers can assess children in their classroom who display Emotional Behavior Disorders. In addition, the solution provides assistance on how EBD children behavior should be chronicled.

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Children with emotional behavior disorders typically display this behavior in chronological history with some students displaying the behavior according to certain catalysts that produce the negative behavior in the student. Therefore, the antecedent for EBD students can provide an impetus for teachers to build upon when attempting to develop a plan to address the negative behavior in the child. An example of this would be a child with attention deficient disorder that is easily distracted by noises in the classroom, too many visual posters that can distract their attention; and other stimuli which results in the student losing focus and behaving negatively in class. These students begin to display negative behavior upon the visual overload of the aforementioned stimuli and a history can be chronicled by the teacher to remove some of the stimuli responsible for distracting the ADD student by removing some of the monikers that facilitate the behavior displayed by the child. This is the role that antecedent can play in influencing a child with angry and aggressive behavior as a teacher that pays attention to the history of the child can deduce what is the catalyst for some of his or her outbursts and take preventative measures to reduce some of these catalysts.

Behavior when negative in the classroom can be disruptive and even threatening to other students and teachers. Behavior is predicated upon emotions with children with EBD as ...

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