Posted: April 14th, 2021
In order for behavior interventions to be considered truly successful, students must be able to generalize or apply newly learned behaviors in different environments. Choose a replacement behavior that could be taught to a student as part of a behavior intervention plan and describe the type of generalization that could be used to help the student apply that behavior to a different environment. After you choose the type of generalization you will select at least one tactic for promoting generalization that could be used to support the student’s generalization of the desired behavior.
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