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An Action Research of on the Effects of a Positive Behavior Support Program to a Mentally Disabled Student with Behavioral Problems
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The purposes of this study were to understand the execution process and investigate the effects of a functionally-based positive behavior support program designed for a mentally disabled student. During the action research, the researcher relied on observation, interview, unobtrusive measures to understand the changes of behavioral problems and positive behavior of the participant, and then to probe for teachers’ and peers’ attitude towards the participant. The results of the assessment helped in the development of five strategies: antecedent control, environmental modification, teaching of new behaviors, consequences management, and interventions of other personal background factors. After combining and verifying the result of quantitative and qualitative information, the results of this study were as follows： 1. Results of functional assessment showed that the children’s behavioral problems contributed to obtain external stimuli and internal stimuli escape. 2.The positive behavior support program was directly based on the functional behavior assessment. 3.The positive behavior support program was effective to reduce the hildren’s disruptive and aggressive behaviors. 4. The positive behavior support program was effective to increase the children’s positive behaviors. 5. Positive behavior support plans can be confirmed by teachers and peers. 6. The positive behavior support program was effective to advance daily life quality of the case.
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