TRAUMA INFORMED PRACTICES
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
GENERALIZING SKILLS
PBS
SEL

100

Group contingency where reinforcement being earned is contingent on only one student

What is a dependent group contingency? 

100

Suspension, on-campus detention, and expulsion are examples of what

What is exclusionary disciplinary practice?

100

Schedule of reinforcement that is the best for maintaining behavior

What is fixed ratio?

100

Effective PBS initiatives provides services to them

What is all students?

100

The Tiered Model has how many tiers

What is three tiers? 

200

“An emotional response to a terrible event”

What is trauma?

200

Based on the restorative justice lecture, provide one example of a Tier 1 support that schools can implement*

What are teaching SEL skills, or using positive behavioral expectations, or using positive behavior correction procedures?

200

Type of reinforcement that increases behavior when something is added to the environment

What is positive reinforcement? 

200

Type of examples students should not practice

What are non-examples?

200

Expectancy x value = what?

What is Motivation?

300

An example of an adverse childhood event (ACE)*

What is abuse or neglect or household dysfunction or being in the welfare system?

300

This program is based on principles that establish a voice for victims, offenders, and community in order to address offender accountability for the harm caused

What is restorative justice?

300

After an extinction procedure, this results in an increase in behavior

What is an extinction burst?

300

The PBS framework can help make what more effective and comprehensive

What is SEL?

300

The goal in this tier is to prevent harm at a school/classroom-wide systems for all students, staff, and settings

What is Tier 1?

400

Classroom behaviors that can result from trauma*

What is reactivity, aggression, defiance, withdrawal, perfectionism?

400

Increases a student’s likelihood of experiencing exclusionary discipline

What is trauma?

400

Type of reinforcers that need to be frequently available to change behaviors in a token economy

What are back-up reinforcers?

400

Ratio by which to reinforce appropriate behavior

What is 4:1?

400

The ability to understand and share the feelings of another person

What is empathy?

500

“Ms. Rowling implemented a group contingency where getting a pizza party at the end of the year depended on every student. She reinforced target behaviors with marbles, and a filled jar meant the reinforcement was earned”

What is an interdependent group contingency?

500

This effect is synonymous to the “the rich get richer and the poor get poorer”

What is the Matthew Effect?

500

Reinforces private thoughts (e.g., automatic thoughts)

What is the environment?

500

Type of expectations that should be positively stated

What are behavioral expectations?

500

“The ability to accurately recognize one’s own emotions, thoughts, and values and how they influence behavior.”

What is self-awareness?