APPLIED BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS
WORTH 15 MARKS
We have all displayed behaviour that others would consider “challenging”. Think of a time you could not control your behaviour and answer the following questions.
- Pinpoint the actual behaviour that you were displaying.
- Describe in detail, how you felt in that moment? What was happening in your body? What was going through your mind?
- What do you think was happening that contributed to this behaviour? Be sure to relate your answer to the factors discussed in class.
- Describe the reaction of those around you. What was helpful and what was not helpful? How would you liked people to have responded?
|Element of Performance||Meets Expectations||Meets some Expectations||Does not meet Expectations||Marks|
|Displays insight into factors that contribute to challenging behaviour||Provides clear explanation for what factors contributed to behaviour described||Context for the behaviour is partially described||Does not provide any context for the behaviour described.||
|Relates concepts to personal experience||Clearly links concepts covered in class to the incident they are describing.||Describes an incident but does not make all relevant connections to class content||Does not provide adequate description of incident or does not make connections to course content.||
|Identifies successful and unsuccessful strategies to support challenging behaviour||Provides sound strategies for supporting this particular behaviour. APPLIED BEHAVIOUR SUPPORTS||Provides some strategies to support this behaviour||Does not provide any strategies to successfully support this behaviour.||