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Behavioral momentum is a great tool to have in your kit to help get students to comply with disliked or difficult instruction. Find out more with this video. #behavioranalysis #behaviormomentum

How to Use Behavioral Momentum in Your Classroom

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Do you use behavioral momentum in your classroom?  Whether you have used it or have no idea what I’m talking about, read on for what I hope is a concise description and some examples.Enter your text here…

Last year I did a series of 3 to 5 minute videos each day for a month on behavioral tips for the classroom.  You can find them here.  One of them that I realized I hadn’t talked about on the blog was behavioral momentum.

WHAT IS BEHAVIORAL MOMENTUM?

You use behavioral momentum to increase the likelihood that a student will follow a direction he or she may not follow regularly.  The goal behind it is to give a series of directions that the student is highly probable to follow and then give the direction that the student is less likely to follow.

Behavioral momentum is a great tool to have in your kit to help get students to comply with disliked or difficult instruction. Find out more with this video.

BEHAVIORAL MOMENTUM VIDEO

I find it easier to explain verbally so this video will walk you through what it is, how it works and how you can use it in your classroom.

Behavioral Momentum from Christine Reeve on Vimeo.

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