Behaviour to Modify: Failure to turn in assignments on time.
- Provide a possible explanation of why this problem occurs. For example, the student may not understand their homework or struggle to manage their time. The student may lack the motivation or organizational skills to finish their homework.
- Describe one reason why you want to change the behavior and one benefit the change will bring: One reason for changing this behavior is to improve the student’s grades and academic performance. This can be done by turning in homework on time, which will increase the student’s ability to understand and retain course material. This can help students prepare for future quizzes and tests.
- You should carefully design and implement a behavior modification program that incorporates all necessary conditioning principles.
Step 1: Define a set time every day for the student to do their homework. It could be at night after dinner or just before school.
Step 2: Establish a positive reinforcement program where the student receives a reward for returning homework on-time. You can reward the student with extra points or study time, stickers, or other tokens.
Step 3: Inflict a penalty on the student if they fail to turn in their homework by the deadline. You could take away the student’s phone or any other electronic device, for a certain period.
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