3.37 Intervention to Decrease Slope

So the number of times the student is getting out of his seat is increasing in baseline. That’s probably not the direction you want that behavior to be headed. Perhaps you do some assessment and figure out that the math work you’re giving him is three grades beyond where his current skill level is, and you think he may be getting out of his seat to escape his work.

A graph illustrating the intervention's impact on the number of treatments and patients, displaying a decrease in numbers.
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