The dark side of classroom behavior management charts | What happens to those autistics who fail the target? John Greally

johngreallySo many autistics are seriously harmed for life by restraints of many types: physical, electric, environmental, chemical, mechanical, technological, and even by the less obvious ones such as the damaging emotional restraint of behavioural charts in classrooms or at home.

What happens to those autistics who fail the target, or those not motivated by such scheming? What does it do for that mass-killer – anxiety?

 

John Greally, Found of The Autistic Cooperative

For a short time, these systems can be motivating. Over time, however, the rewards are no longer enough.

Source: The dark side of classroom behavior management charts – The Washington Post

 

 

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