Issue #48 - "How To" Series
How to Develop Behavior Contracts
A behavior contract is an agreement between the child and teacher and often includes the student's parent(s).
The behavior contract is a written agreement about how the individual will behave.
It will indicate the appropriate consequence should the student neglect to behave according to the contract and it also states the reinforcer to be used for successful compliance. The behavior contract provides the student with structure and self-management.
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