Behavior Contract for the School

Discussion in 'General Parenting' started by Peanut, Oct 10, 2000.

  1. Peanut

    Peanut New Member

    This is something I implement on most of my family teams that I am a part of regardless of if they have an IEP, a 504 or if *acck* they have no safety precautions in place with the school. Although I have hit some brick walls from some of the schools, most are more than willing to implement this as a safety net for our difficult children. This is a "generalized" version, feel free to modify it to fit your difficult child and the target behaviors you are trying to improve upon.
    ~hugs~

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    Behavior Contract

    Target Behaviors

    Express feelings in a grade appropriate manner.
    Be able to talk nicely about things that are upsetting.
    Be able to follow classroom routine.

    Interventions

    can politely ask for or present a laminated €œcool down€ card before he/she is in trouble
    A €œcool down is 10 minutes
    A cool down€ may include sitting quietly, drawing, reading, and using the computer for an educational game
    After a cool down, must problem solve what he/she was upset about
    There are no consequences for a cooperative €œcool down€
    Teachers can encourage to take a €œcool down€

    If were disrupting the learning of others, he/she would be asked to take a chill out€
    A chill out€ will take place in the psychologist'€™s office
    A €œchill out€ requires sitting for a minimal period of time (3-5 minutes)
    A €œchill out€ may include a written problem-solving sheet
    may have teacher assistance when doing the problem-solving sheet
    Re-entering class can take place after he/she has demonstrated that he/she is in control of his/her behaviors

    Incentives

    will be told that a certain amount of work completion will result in 10 minutes of earned computer time
    The computer time is given to after the task is completed
    can €œbank up to 30 minutes of computer time
    Cooperation during recess will result in a maximum of 5 earned €œtickets€ each ticket = 1 minute free choice activity
    can use the tickets at his/her discretion

    Consequences

    may fail to earn the opportunity to have:
    All of his/her recess minutes (may be €œbenched€ during the first few minutes then may play)
    Lunch in the lunchroom
    Special activities

    Crisis

    If the above interventions are not effective, then the Crisis Intervention Procedure will be followed.

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    [*]Me - Parent Advocate

    [*]12 yo difficult child son Enuresis, Encopresis, Language Learning Disability (LD), Math Learning Disability (LD), Articulation Disorder, Hypothyroidism, mild MR, CP, ADHD, CD, PTSD, Bipolar not otherwise specified with psychotic features, Anxiety Disorder not otherwise specified, Fine and Gross motor delays-in residential.

    [*]9 yo easy child son Learning Disability (LD), ADD.

    People will forget what you said.
    People will forget what you did, but
    People will never forget how you made them feel
     
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