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Replacing Negative Behavior:

3 Steps You Can Start Implementing TOMORROW

Replacing Negative Behavior:

3 Steps You Can Start Implementing TOMORROW

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Do your students exhibit behavior that interferes with learning? Are there behaviors that you'd like to replace with other behaviors to allow your students to be more successful? We've outlined 3 easy steps that you can take to replace negative behaviors in your classroom! These steps are simple to implement and you can get started on it TOMORROW!

Topics Being Discussed For Reinforcing a Replacement Behavior

  • Step 1: Determine the functions of behavior
  • Step 2: Identify a behavior that you want to decrease AND identify an appropriate replacement behavior.
  • Step 3: Remove reinforcement from the negative behavior AND increase reinforcement for the replacement behavior.

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Valerie Hill M. Ed., BCBA

Valerie is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and former autism support teacher from Delaware. She began her career teaching in a K-2 self-contained autism support classroom where she provided instruction with an emphasis on strategies of Applied Behavior Analysis. After becoming a BCBA, Valerie transitioned from teaching to working with autism support classrooms providing behavior analytic interventions and supports. Additionally, Valerie has worked to provide ABA services to individuals with autism in the home environment, with a focus on job readiness and independent living skills. Currently, Valerie utilizes her expertise in behavior modification as a Digitability Coach, working with teachers across the United States and Canada to support the wide-range of student needs using the best evidence-based practices.

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Rebekah Poe M. Ed.

Rebekah Poe is an award-winning special education teacher and national education conference presenter. She has over a decade of experience in special education. As an educator, Rebekah believes all behavior is communication and all feelings are valid, and she focuses on providing equitable education and establishing connections to students of all ability levels in an inclusive setting. 

About Digitability

Digitability is an award-winning comprehensive life skills and transition curriculum that continues to be recognized as an innovative solution to the unemployment crisis facing a large — and growing — population of those with disabilities, such as autism, intellectual disability, Down syndrome and more. Students graduate with a work-ready portfolio and the skills to showcase their experiences, as well as a self-advocacy plan for any workplace. Teachers access an easy to use system that reduces planning and progress monitoring time.

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