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Competing Pathways PENT Forum 2009 Diana Browning Wright Competing Pathways PENT Forum 2009 Diana Browning Wright

Competing Pathways Rational for use of competing pathways chart Understand how to develop a Competing Pathways Rational for use of competing pathways chart Understand how to develop a competing behavior pathways chart Understand the consultant’s role in assisting teams to develop a competing pathway chart Develop and practice consultant skills used in assisting teams to develop a competing pathway chart 2

Competing Pathways – What is it? “Competing Behavior Pathway” chart is a visual representation Competing Pathways – What is it? “Competing Behavior Pathway” chart is a visual representation of the problem behavior, the desired alternative behavior, and the functional alternative behavior. The chart includes the confirmed functional assessment summary statement for the problem behavior. Alternative or competing behaviors, and the contingencies associated with them, are charted The chart is used for selection of intervention procedures, with full team buy-in, prior to developing behavior plan. 3

Summary Statement Consultant’s Order of Behavioral Charting Setting Events 6 th what periodic occurring Summary Statement Consultant’s Order of Behavioral Charting Setting Events 6 th what periodic occurring events increase the likelihood of the antecedent resulting in the problem behavior Triggering Antecedents 4 th identify conditions occurring at time of behavior Desired Alternative 2 nd, have Teacher identify what all students should be doing at that time Problem Behavior 1 st agree on The problem behavior Typical Consequence 3 rd, have teacher state educational outcome desired Maintaining Consequences 5 th what is the likely function served by this behavior Functional Alternative 7 th Agree on an acceptable FERB when upper pathway isn’t sufficient 4

Summary Statement Nathan Desired Alternative Typical Consequence Come in, sit down and begin bell Summary Statement Nathan Desired Alternative Typical Consequence Come in, sit down and begin bell work Productive practice and achievement Setting Events- Triggering Antecedents Problem Behavior Maintaining Consequences Unusually hot day Non-desired adult bumps into him accidently. “I will kill you and peel your skin if you touch me” Rejects peer and adult physical contact Functional Acceptable Alternative “Don’t touch, give me personal space” 5

Summary Statement Caesar Setting Events- Peer conflict Triggering Antecedents Asked to do difficult assignment Summary Statement Caesar Setting Events- Peer conflict Triggering Antecedents Asked to do difficult assignment w/o assistance Desired Alternative Typical Consequence Do solo work w/o complaints Points, grades, sports eligibility, more work Problem Behavior Maintaining Consequences Refuses to follow directions, swears, hits if confronted Avoids tasks w/o assistance Functional Acceptable Alternative Puts work in “do it later” file 6