3.38 Compare Observed Slope to Baseline Slope

You start giving him work that is on his level, and what happens to the slope of his out-of-seat behavior? It’s flat in treatment. So even though the number of times he’s getting out of his seat is still relatively high, at least now it’s pretty stable and it’s not increasing every day. Your intervention might have caused that change in the slope.

A graph comparing the baseline slope to the observed slope.
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