trial which utilizes the prompt level from the last successful trial of that target.
trial that follows an incorrect response, shows student correct response with some level of prompt.
trial to fade to a less intrusive prompt. Always uses the same sd as the previous trial.
refers to the amount of time between the delivery of the sd and onset of a prompt.
period of time between acquired criteria and follow up probe to check for mastery.
target that moves from acquisition to a hold after meeting the criteria of 3 correct probes in a row.
target which results in a correct probe after a 5 day hold.
target which results in a correct probe after 30 days from the mastery date.
notifying the teacher that there are five probes in a row without a "Y" for that particular stimulus or program.
How many probes in a row without "Y" for that stimulus results in a whislte blow?
This Tab: ________________ is where cards are placed that have not yet been probed for the day.
This Tab: ______________ is where cards are placed that have been probed during the session, and resulted in a correct resopnse.
This Tab: _______________ is where cards are placed that have been probed during the session, and resulted in an incorrect response.
5 day hold
This Tab: _______________ is where cards are placed that have met the acquired criterion. These cards are not taught or probed until the date marked on the card.
This Tab: ________________ is where cards are placed that have already been on a 5 day hold, and then resulted in a correct probe.
This is the place to mark the date that individual stimuli are introduced, acquired, mastered, and a maintenance check.
Probe Data Sheet
This is the place to mark probed trials as correct or incorrect.
trial in which you allow the student to respond independently, you do not help the student at all after issuing the SD.
hint we give to a student to increase the likelihood of a correct response.