Choice-making at Tier 2: Linking and adapting choice by type and function

Academic Article

Abstract

  • Choice-making is a strategy that can be implemented across varying age levels and abilities to target problem behavior as well as academic engagement/performance. It can be embedded within multitiered systems of support frameworks as an individual or group approach as well as a Tier 1 or 2 strategy, depending on students’ need and response, thus requiring limited planning and resources on the part of educators. This article presents the systematic steps for implementing choice-making as well as a variety of choice options along with the process for adapting choice at Tier 1 and Tier 2. In addition, function-based choice-making is described and classroom-based illustrations of function-based choice provided.
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    Author List

  • Jolivette K; Ennis RP; Swoszowski NC
  • Start Page

  • 37
  • End Page

  • 47
  • Volume

  • 64
  • Issue

  • 1