Evidence Based Practice Library

Time-On-Task Attendance: Exit Ticket

During the Exit Ticket, teachers utilize a timer to increase attendance to completing tasks within a specific time-frame, which is a workplace ready behavior. A teacher will instruct students to complete the given task within the specific time frame (or before the timer goes off), and for doing so, they will earn a specific amount of money. Teachers can set multiple time frames for students. For example, a teacher may set a 3 minute timer and award $3 dollars to students if the task is completed in the 3 minutes. For students who do not complete tasks within the set 3 minute boundary, the teacher may extend the time frame by 1-2 minutes, when students would still have the opportunity to earn $1-2 dollars. Teachers can individualize the time frame to meet the needs of their students. Rewarding students for completing the task within the given time frame will increase student motivation and task attendance.

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Task Attendance, Prompting & Motivation: Guided Watching

Teachers can use the Thumbs Up engagement strategy to increase motivation and time-on task attendance. Learn more

 

Task Attendance, Prompting & Motivation: Warm-Up

Teachers increase motivation and time-on-task attendance, laying the foundation for Workplace Behavior Training. Learn More

 

Increasing or Decreasing Attendance: Guided Watching.

During the Guided Watching, teachers adjust instruction based on student needs and comprehension. Learn More

 

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