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Behaviour Detectives: Investigating and Identifying the Function of Behaviours in the Classroom

Mount Royal University Symposium
1 Hour Session
10:45 AM, Friday 14 Feb 2020 (1 hour 15 minutes)
Location : Mount Royal University - EB 1018

Mount Royal University Symposium

Children behave in certain ways to achieve certain outcomes. This presentation will identify the functions of (maladaptive) behaviours and what they may be communicating about a student with Autism’s unmet needs and wants. We will work together to become Behavior Detectives to see outcomes of behaviours and how we can intervene to reduce or replace these behaviours in the classroom. This session will focus on Attention Seeking and Sensory functions of behaviour and how you can help children with ASD meet these needs in a classroom. Participants will leave the session with strategies to identify the function of maladaptive behaviours and strategies to implement replacement behaviours.

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