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Posted on October 14, 2019 3:20 am
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Carla Crumb
Carla Crumb
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Wanderer
I have a high functioning ESE who loves to wander around the classroom he knows where he is suppose to be but chooses to do what he wants. When we line up always first in line and opens the door without being told causing other students to leave the room, he just basically does what he wants I redirect but it is the same thing everyday all day what should i do about this behavior?
 
     
     
 
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Posted October 14, 2019 4:20 pm

uqaTaq
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I would try to assign this child a classroom "job" that gives them a purpose. For example, a door holder or caboose. If they do not respond well to this, I would try to provide an incentive for staying in their seat during class, while still working to provide opportunities for the student to move around.
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nuXuma
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This seems like the best solution, giving the student a job or an incentive to sa=tay in their seat.
  Posted on: October 19, 2019 9:03 pm

VySePu
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I agree with this approach
  Posted on: February 20, 2020 8:24 pm

Janson Gunn
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I agree with this solution.
  Posted on: February 22, 2020 8:08 pm

yperyH
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I agree with this approach. having a purpose might help the student be more focused on their duties
  Posted on: July 1, 2020 9:30 pm

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Solution 2
Posted February 21, 2020 12:15 am

yJyLep
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Creating a positive behavior intervention plan will be useful. The first step is gathering details about the behavior and the disability. For the intervention, there are multiple ways to approach it. For example, have positive reinforcement for when the student stops at the door or stays in his seat. This could be extra computer time or an extra treat at lunch time. Or you could teach the student a song about lining outside the door. Review the intervention plan with the IEP team before doing it.
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Taylor G.
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Gaining a foundational understanding of the student's exceptionality while intervening with positive reinforcement accordingly is the best solution in this case.
  Posted on: February 23, 2020 4:40 pm

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Solution 3
Posted February 19, 2020 8:24 pm

Nicole Morris
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If I were in this situation and recognize that the student's misbehavior can be anticipated, I would review with the student the classroom rules and procedures prior to the class ending, and prior to the occurrence happening. I would also remind him of the consequences of his misbehavior, continue to monitor behavior, and follow through with enforcing the consequences that I had previously established.
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Solution 4
Posted February 23, 2020 6:29 pm

ePegej
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Using positive reinforcement could be very beneficial in this situation. Praise the student for when he does right, by sitting in his seat or waiting to open the door until you say to do so.
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Solution 5
Posted February 23, 2020 8:55 pm

Alyssa Moore
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Visual schedules are a great resource when showing students, especially in an ESE classroom, what they should be doing at certain times of the day. Adding rewards to the schedule can motivate the student to achieve the goals of their schedule.
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Solution 6
Posted February 24, 2020 10:09 pm

XuBety
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Maybe give him a job, like being doorholder, that way he doesn't leave the room before you or the other students.
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