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In ABC Data - The "C" stands for? Please include the formal definition 

Consequence - meaning what happened directly after the behavior occurred  

100

Playing with a friend or Tech 

Joint Play

100

True or False

An example of Sabotaging the environment would be giving juice without a straw or putting a toy on the top shelf

True!

This is setting the stage increase interest or motivation to request 

100

Relaxation, Preference Assessments, and reinforcement are all examples of ________ strategies 

Proactive! 


Things that help a client do well during session 

100

Tracking in real time, various behaviors or tracking with a clicker to record ___ later 


Data

200

Developing a relationship with the client through DRIP, being fun or helpful, giving reinforcement

Pairing 

200

Client asks for something from Tech

Manding

200

The least intrusive physical prompt 

GP - Gestural Prompt

200

Waiting or giving space, affirming clients struggle, withholding reinforcement, and prompting communication until calm are examples of ________ strategies 

Reactive! 


These are things we want to do after a problem behavior occurs to help the client with the current challenge and recover quickly

200

True or False 

You can request time off through central reach

False!

You are able to request time off with Paylocity!

300

The 4 functions of Behavior

Escape, Access, Attention and Automatic 


300

Anytime the tutor utilized DRIP, social interactions, or plays with the client

Engagement 

300

Teaching during play, while washing hands, singing songs to practice imitation and vocalizations 

NET - Natural Environment Teaching 

300

Client gives item to tech when asked or leaves preferred place or activity when asked

Relinquishing 

300

D R I P stands for

Describe

Reflect

Imitate 

Praise 

400

Taking something away after the client does something that you want them to do more of

HINT (an example of this would be working well at the table, and now they get a break)

Negative Reinforcement



400

True or False

This is an example of a clear and concise instruction

"Johnny get back over here! I can't catch you when you're running that fast!"

False

(clear and concise instruction - "Come Here.")

400

The most intrusive vocal prompt

DVP - Direct Vocal Prompt

400

True or False

Error Correction is when you provide prompts before errors occur, if false what is the right answer?

False

This is Errorless Teaching

400

True or False: It is important to utilize all 30 minutes of prep time by reviewing the clients "about me" in Central Reach, checking the schedule, reviewing the BIP, reading and initialing supervision notes, as well as gathering the necessary materials

True

500

The silent E in DRIP-E stands for 

Enthusiasm! 

500

Show client to items for them to choose from

Preference Assessment (Paired Stimulus/Forced Choices) 

500

IVP and MP stand for

Indirect Verbal Prompt  and Model Prompt

500

True or False 

Error correction is when you provide more opportunities for learning with prompts 

True!


We want to teach least intrusively! 

500

True or False

Learning Opportunities should occur every 30 minutes or so

False!

3-5 Learning Opportunities should occur every minute!

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