When looking at a single trial and how it involves the three-term contingency, the consequence would be ____________.
A or B
A trial begins with:
The inter-trial interval
The discriminative stimulus (SD)
Gaining the client’s attention
During discrete trial teaching, if the client responds correctly, reinforcement is given. If the client response incorrectly, error correction is provided. Following either reinforcement or error correction, there is a 3-5 second inter-trial interval.
In the DTT flow chart, when is errorless teaching applied?
Following error correction
Following the inter-trial interval
Following the discriminative stimulus (SD)
Errorless teaching is used __________.
for young children only
when teaching a new skill
for older clients only
so that the client can learn through trial and error
Errorless teaching is a prompting procedure that does not allow the client to make an error.
What are the steps of error correction?
Show the correct response, give the SD, allow the client to respond, provide reinforcement
Provide reinforcement for trying and then give the SD again
Give the SD, allow the client to respond, show the correct response
All of the above are forms of error correction
How should the initial SD (instruction) be given?
In a clear voice
Using words the client understands
All of the above
Which of the follow is not a guideline for DTT?
Give the SD one time in a clear and understandable way
Provide reinforcement and error correction immediately
Provide praise sparingly
All are guidelines for DTT