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Target Goal - Conflict

A situation of conflict in any school setting

By (date), when given a situation of conflict in any school setting, the student will independently perform non-conflict provoking behavior (e.g., walking away, ignoring, seek assistance), improving conflict avoidance skills from 0/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials to 8/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials.

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A situation of conflict in classroom setting

By (date), when given a situation of conflict in classroom setting, the student will demonstrate non-conflict provoking behavior (e.g., walking away, ignoring, seek assistance) with no more than one prompt, improving conflict resolution skills from 0/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials to 8/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials.

Hypothetical situations of conflict with multiple choice options

By (date), when given hypothetical situations of conflict and multiple choice options, the student will choose situations that may lead to them having conflict (e.g., hurtful teasing, name calling, touching others belongings), improving conflict resolution skills from 0/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials to 8/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials.

Hypothetical situations of conflict in role-play

By (date), when given hypothetical situations of conflict in role-play, the student will identify situations that may lead to conflict (e.g., hurtful teasing, name calling, touching others belongings), improving conflict resolution skills from 0/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials to 8/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials.

Hypothetical situations of conflict in a social story

By (date), when given hypothetical situations of conflict in a social story, the student will identify situations that may lead to conflict (e.g., hurtful teasing, name calling, touching others belongings), improving conflict resolution skills from 0/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials to 8/10 opportunities in ten consecutive trials.

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