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Posted on October 3, 2021 10:21 pm
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Class Expectations with Special Standards
Is there multiple strategies to use with students and their behaviors who are on Access Points? In my CT's classroom, she uses "Expected" and "Unexpected" as a basis of her classroom behavior expectations. I noticed some students are "above" this level and some are far "below." Any suggestions?
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Posted October 4, 2021 2:59 am

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There are many strategies that could be used for students on Access Points, they would need to be tailored to fit the classroom/student needs and likely adapted after the first implementation. Recently I have seen a lot of First/Then boards where the activity or task to be completed is listed on one side and on the other side there is a reward for completing the task. The student can sometimes select what reward they want from a choice board or there is a pre-established reward attached. In any strategy I think it is important to clearly outline what behavior is expected (completing a task, attending a lesson, etc.) and what reward would be received for completion (having a reminder of the reward like a picture has been really helpful!)
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