Expectations and Routines

Expectations are not rules. Rules set up a power and control imbalance. On the other hand expectations are inexplicably associated with daily routines.

Debbie · March 17, 2020
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Welcome to Expectations and Routines!

We are going to discuss the use of rules vs the use of expectations and how they are associated with your daily routine.

Learning Objectives

  1. In this course, you will be introduced to the concepts of routines, self-regulation, temperament, and incorporating expectations vs rules. Using your relevant experiences you will have an opportunity to recall, and report how your experiences line up with the information in this course.
  2. You will have an opportunity to use this process to evaluate your work, create a positive behavior support plan, and document how you might incorporate what you learn into your practice.
  3. This course allows for the 1-course hour free option. Contact the office for more information and requirements.
  • Core Knowledge Category: Understanding & Guiding Behavior – Set 1-10.1.4 & Set 1-10.1.6
  • Content Area: Interactions- Level 2:c. & d
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Debbie

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Course Includes

  • 34 Lessons
  • 2 Topics
  • 6 Quizzes