Effects of structured playground activities on the challenging behaviour of young people with intellectual disabilities

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Title Effects of structured playground activities on the challenging behaviour of young people with intellectual disabilities
Efectos de las actividades estructuradas en el patio sobre la conducta desafiante de jóvenes con discapacidad intelectual | Effects of structured playground activities on the challenging behaviour of young people with intellectual disabilities
 
Creator Simó-Pinatella, David
Rodrigo Parral, Glòria
Dolado Guivernau, Ruth
 
Description Organizing contextual or antecedent variables (motivating operations) may impact the occurrence of challenging behaviors engaged by students with intellectual disabilities. The present study aims to explore to what extent the structured playground has an impact on these behaviors, acting as a motivating operation. Doing so, an intervention with an ABAB design has been carried out. Results of the study show that the occurrence of challenging behaviors decreases when the playground presents different activities. These results are discussed according to the literature. In fact, enriching educational contexts and adapting them to the behavioral needs of students is essential to create safe, positive and preventive environments.
Organizar las variables contextuales o de antecedente (operaciones motivadoras) puede tener un impacto en la ocurrencia de las conductas desafantes que presenta el alumnado con discapacidad intelectual. El presente estudio pretende explorar hasta qué punto el patio estructurado tiene un impacto sobre dichas conductas, actuando así como operación motivadora sobre la conducta desafante. Para ello, se ha llevado a cabo una intervención con un diseño ABAB. Los resultados indican que la ocurrencia de las conductas desafantes disminuye cuando el patio presenta distintas actividades. Los resultados obtenidos se discuten de acuerdo con la literatura vigente. Sin duda, enriquecer los contextos educativos y adecuarlos a las necesidades conductuales de los alumnos es fundamental para crear entornos seguros, positivos y preventivos.
 
Publisher Centro de Documentación sobre Discapacidad
 
Date 2019-12-08
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Artículo revisado por pares
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://www.cedd.net/redis/index.php/redis/article/view/571
 
Source REVISTA ESPAÑOLA DE DISCAPACIDAD; Vol. 7 Núm. 2 (2019): REVISTA ESPAÑOLA DE DISCAPACIDAD | Diciembre 2019 - Mayo 2020; 29-41
Revista Española de Discapacidad; Vol 7 No 2 (2019): REVISTA ESPAÑOLA DE DISCAPACIDAD | Diciembre 2019 - Mayo 2020; 29-41
2340-5104
 
Language spa
 
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