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  1. Intervention Plan

  2. Cue Cards

  3. Example Schedule

  4. Design a Organization Self Management System for a Student

  5. Self Management Expectations

  6. A Series of Expectations Questions • What are the expectations in the environment that the student is not following? • Are the expectations clearly written (i.e. operationally defined), posted and have they been taught for all students? If not, do so. • What visual system can be designed to remind the student the expectations and allow him/her to monitor following them? • Who are the participants in the task or routine who may need to be included in the process? • What are the student’s interest areas? • This will assist in the development of the system to promote engagement

  7. Example Behavior Expectations

  8. Self Management System Examples

  9. Example Self Management

  10. Example Self Management

  11. Example Self Management

  12. Example Self-Management

  13. Example Self Management

  14. Example Self Management

  15. Example Self Management

  16. Example Self Management

  17. Example Self Management

  18. Example Self Management

  19. Example Self Management

  20. Example Behavior Plan

  21. Behavior Plan Continued

  22. Behavior Plan Continued

  23. Academic Self Management

  24. What Expectations in your Classroom / Building may NOT be Clear? Group Discussion

  25. Self Management Behavior / Break

  26. A Series of Questions Related to Break • Does the student independently initiate a break when he/she is escalated? • If not, have break procedures been developed and taught? • Develop a visual system to assist the student in knowing when to initiate a break (i.e. paired with behaviors that suggest escalation). • Who are the participants in the task or routine who may need to be included in the process? • What are the student’s interest areas? • This will assist in the development of the system to promote engagement

  27. Script Scale Script Scale What the student says and does What the staff says and does Adapted from The Incredible 5 Point Scale by Kari Dunn Buron& Mitzi Curtis

  28. Foundational Dis-Engagement Script • Establish the # opportunities adults should use to attempt to re-engage the student • Typically 3ish • WHY? • Potential Options (based on function): • 1st: • Re-direct to Task (check your schedule) • Provide Help (be careful not to create dependence) • Increase level of Sr (Sr Script) • 2nd: • Differentiate to a Lower Demand • Offer Choices with the Activity • 3rd: • Use “ONE MORE” • Offer Schedule / Break Choice WHAT ABOUT BEHAVIOR?

  29. Level 2

  30. BREAK: Implementation Issues SCHEDULE • PURPOSE of BREAK • Time w/out demands • De-escalate • GUIDELINES: • Activities / Choices Result in De-escalation • Benign in Reinforcing Value / NOT Highly Preferred • Student Initiated – Staff Prompted (TEACH) • Break Procedures BREAK Choice Time VS.

  31. Level 3

  32. Self Management Plan

  33. Example Schedule

  34. Example Escalation Scale

  35. Example Escalation Scale

  36. Example Escalation Scale

  37. Example Escalation Scale

  38. Example Escalation scale

  39. Example Escalation Scale

  40. Example Escalation Scale

  41. Example Self Management

  42. Example Self Management

  43. Example Break Card

  44. Example Reward System

  45. Concepts - Concerns

  46. Self Management Engagement / Academics

  47. Academics Questions • What is the student doing or not doing relative to academics (e.g. initiating tasks, completing work, turning work in) • Who are the participants in the task or routine who may need to be included in the process? • What are the student’s interest areas? • This will assist in the development of the system to promote engagement

  48. What are your biggest academic challenges with students with ASD? PAIR SHARE Find a partner you do NOT know – Share – Return to table and share your partner’s challenge.

  49. Self Monitoring Example

  50. Development of Self Management Systems for Academics