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Behavior 
This rubric scores the student on number of behavioral episodes, the intensity of behavioral episodes and the ability to self regulate during situations. It is scored so that the higher the percentage, the more frequent, intense the behavior and the less self-regulation used. Goal is to decrease the challenging behavior.
Rubric Code: F2XA87A
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Subject: Psychology  
Type: (Other)  
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8


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  Excellent

0 pts

Good

1 pts

Improving

2 pts

Fair

3 pts

Poor

4 pts

Number of episodes

Excellent

Challenging behavioral episodes occur 0-1 times per week.
Good

Challenging behavioral episodes occur 2-3 times per week.
Improving

Challenging behavioral episodes occur 4-6 times per week.
Fair

Challenging behavioral episodes occur 1 time per day.
Poor

Challenging behavioral episodes occur more than 1 time per day


Number of Times/ Day _______
Intensity of behavior

Excellent

Verbalizes undesirable situation without next behavior within a the chain (e.g. Clenching fists)
Good

Exhibits another behavior within the chain of the episode (e.g. Clenches fists while talking)
Improving

Exhibits the next behavior within the chain of the episode (e.g. Screams and stomps)
Fair

Exhibits the next behavior within the chain of the episodes (e.g. Property destruction such as throwing, pounding or banging objects)


No intent to harm.
Poor

Full episode and may include self-injury




Intent to harm.
ID Zones of Regulation

Excellent

Demonstration of concept without cues and generalizing beyond core teaching environment.
Good

Demonstration of use of concept maintained with relatively few cues or in structured environment.
Improving

Demonstration of use of concept with minimal prompts sustained briefly.
Fair

Limited demonstration of use of concept by modifying one’s own behavior with moderate prompts.
Poor

No demonstrated use of concept.
Match Feelings with Zones

Excellent

Demonstration of concept without cues and generalizing beyond core teaching environment.
Good

Demonstration of use of concept maintained with relatively few cues or in structured environment.
Improving

Demonstration of use of concept with minimal prompts sustained briefly.
Fair

Limited demonstration of use of concept by modifying one’s own behavior with moderate prompts.
Poor

No demonstrated use of concept.
Match Zones with Strategies

Excellent

Demonstration of concept without cues and generalizing beyond core teaching environment.
Good

Demonstration of use of concept maintained with relatively few cues or in structured environment.
Improving

Demonstration of use of concept with minimal prompts sustained briefly.
Fair

Limited demonstration of use of concept by modifying one’s own behavior with moderate prompts.
Poor

No demonstrated use of concept.
Use Strategies Appropriately

Excellent

Demonstration of concept without cues and generalizing beyond core teaching environment.
Good

Demonstration of use of concept maintained with relatively few cues or in structured environment.
Improving

Demonstration of use of concept with minimal prompts sustained briefly.
Fair

Limited demonstration of use of concept by modifying one’s own behavior with moderate prompts.
Poor

No demonstrated use of concept.
Self-regulation

Excellent

Calms self or self isolates almost daily
Good

Calms self or self isolates 4-5 times per week.
Improving

Calms self or self isolates 1-3 times per week.
Fair

Requires external cues to calm self or to move to a safe place to calm self 1 time per day.
Poor

Requires external cues to calm self or to move to a safe place to calm self more than 1 time per day.



Keywords:
  • Challenging behavior, change, intensity, episodes, self-regulation

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