Functionally-indicated choice-making interventions to address academic and social behaviors of adolescent students with E/BD in a residential facility.

 
Ramsey, M. L., Jolivette, K., Kennedy, C., Fredrick, L. D., & Williams, C. D. (2017). Functionally-indicated choice-making interventions to address academic and social behaviors of adolescent students with E/BD in a residential facility. Journal of Classroom Interaction, 52, 45-66.

This data-based manuscript investigated the effects of Tier II function-based choice making opportunities for students with E/BD whose residential facility was implementing the PBIS framework with fidelity. The authors state that the function-based choice making was more likely to improve the student's behavior during math than non-function-based choice. The authors provide future research ideas for the field.

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Prevention Level

  • Secondary

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  • Juvenile Justice