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Erie-Huron-Ottawa County Educational Service Center
March 30, 2004
Green (2003) © "Red and Green
|Since the handout packet,
video and discussion panel answered most questions, there seemed to be
no pinpointed discussion topic. As a follow-up to the presentation, I
decided to add a few photos and notes to expand on general topics.
(click the photos)
Thank you to the volunteer panel:
|Monica K., OTR/L
||Annie G., SLP
Pre-K/KNG Teacher & SLP
||Becky M., PTA
||and Kathy B. for organizing it.
|Lisa G. made this for a preschool
student. It has positive opposites and desired (unconditioned)
This was concerning general classroom expectations during circle time.
It is specific to one individual.
|A preschool student had filled the
bathroom sink with water and bubbles so Lisa G. made these expectation
I choose to use a straight line for my red faces, but some people
choose the sad face.
Specific situations should be explained as they occur.
|Becky M.'s famous necklace she wears to
different schools to assist with therapy sessions. She put it on the
back of her identification card.
|I made this for a third grade student that kept
lying his head down on a table, along with putting his pencil down on
the table during his math assignment. Instead of
giving repetitive verbal directions which were being ignored, I drew a
picture and taped it on the table. The student did not ignore the
I wrote on the back of the card what happened and my exact
expectations during tasks. He did not want the picture, but accepted
the consequences (a picture) to ignoring my directions. He had to
learn to "accept and forget" instead of exploding or complaining when
red is received.
|I made this small card for a second
grade student (non-reader) because he was making noises and being
disruptively silly during his large group social studies class. I
taped it inside his home/school folder for mom and dad to review at
home, too. Red is drawn first because he knows this expectation. He
was 'drifting' from green, and needed a reminder.
|This was made for a third grade student
explaining the importance of reading and following ALL written directions.
He would often only do one part of a direction on a worksheet,
therefore having incomplete work.
|I made this at the beginning of this
03-04 school year (K, 1, 2, 3 students) because I purchased a fish and three dwarf frogs
new classroom friends. I was hoping this would help to be a relaxing
alternative for students. The tank was new to the classroom and
children needed to learn how to watch the tank without touching it.
They needed to learn it, before they did it.
© 2004 Green Irene
The Material Presented from "Red
and Green Choices", Is Based Upon Irene's Own Behavioral
Strategies, and What Types of Behavioral
Outcomes With Her and Her Students When Applying Red and Green Choices Behavioral Principles