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    Using Correction Procedures

     

    Provide corrective, actionable feedback to teach the appropriate behavior.  A correction procedure should be:

          1.      Specific, using language from your classroom and/or school-wide behavior matrix

          2.      Private, when possible

          3.      Delivered in a respectful manner, keeping in mind tone, volume and cadence.

    When inappropriate behavior occurs, remind student of the expected behavior and model that behavior. Provide many opportunities to practice the new skill.

     
     
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