c. Off-task passive (OTP) - Instead of working on assigned task, the student is looking around, daydreaming, looking out window, skipping school, coming to class late, delaying starting assigned task, etc. On-Task Behavior - a. Looking at teacher when giving lesson, directions and/or instructions (L); b. Participating in class discussion (P); Self injurious behavior (SIB) is defined as any instance of pinching self, kicking self, biting self, and banging his head either with own hands or other objects. Self-engaged is defined as performing a task or activity for at least 15 seconds without direct interaction from another person.

waiting to be called on by the teacher when he/she has a question in class, with 80% accuracy in 5 out of 5 trials, as measured by teacher observation and data collection. On-Task/ Work Completion When given a task or direction _____ will begin the task within 1 minute and remain on task for Jun 06, 2006 · Procedure. A multiple baseline across participants design was used to evaluate the effectiveness of teacher greetings on on-task behavior. Data were recorded in each student's classroom during the first 10 min of the class period as students participated in the normal class routine. classroom, I became acutely aware that special education students have off-task behaviors due to a variety of reasons. I was interested in using self-monitoring as an intervention to decrease off-task behavior in my classroom where three students frequently upset the entire class with their off-task behaviors. These off-task negative