ABA 622 SAFMEDS Week 3

Week 3 SAFMEDS Submission Figure 1.1 Student ABC Acquisition Standard Celeration Chart Chart 1.1 Student ABC Acquisition Raw Data
Figure 2.1 Acquisition Application Deck Report Chart 2.2 Acquisition Application Deck Report Timeline Chart 3.1 Fluency Application Deck Report
Chart 3.2 Fluency Application Deck Report Timeline Data Analysis Figure 1.1 displays the data collected from May 15 th to May 19 th of Deck 2 of the SAFMEDS from ABA 622. Acquisition accel data over the week demonstrated an increasing trend with high variability. Variability is hypothesized to be attributed to the first week with the new cards resulting in unfamiliarity with them. To address this, a proposed revision is below. The last accel data point of the week was at 17, indicating that the AIM has been met. Acquisition decel data is demonstrating a decreasing trend with no variability. Figure 3.1 displays the fluency data collected for Deck 2 from May 15 th to May 19 th . Fluency is being maintained, as accel data is continuing within the AIM. Variability for both accel and decel data is low. Study Approach and Adjustments Antecedent: On the first day of data collection, May 15 th , a timing was run in baseline prior to me studying. After the timing the data was entered into Precision X. I continued my study method of studying prior to running timings. I also determined my terminal reinforcer of going to dinner with friends on Sunday if I was able to meet the AIM by the end of the week. I continued to study 5 days a week for 30 minutes. I implemented the adjustment early in the week and will continue this method throughout the remainder of the deck. Behavior: On the first day, I ran one 30-second timing in baseline and entered in the data into Precision X. On days 2 through 5, I ran five 30-second timings and entered in the best data point from the day into Precision X. For the fluency deck I ran three 30-second timings across 5 days. Consequence: After the last timing for the day, I entered in the data for the best timing into Precision X. I then analyzed the data to assess trends, monitor variability, and determine if the AIM will be met by the end of the week. The accel data for this week had high variability, although the AIM was met. To address the variability, I created an intervention which is proposed below. Since I met my accel AIM, I was able to go to dinner on Sunday. Adjustments: Variability is hypothesized to be attributed to unfamiliarity with the cards, as I was mixing up some of the terms. In the past I feel as though I have the tendency to do better when I read things out loud. Therefore, I decided to read both the front and back of the cards slowly while studying.
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