Behavior Contract

A behavior contract is usually used in the education setting to change negative behavior. This is an agreement about a child’s intervention plan which presents the behavior targets, conditions, and rewards. The child, sometimes together with the parent, and the teacher share their inputs and sign the document. With this technique, the child is most likely to be motivated to participate in the intervention process since his personal interests and accountability are taken into consideration. Behavior contracts are also used in clinical, family, and other settings.

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