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When working with behavior disordered children in the classroom, the teacher aide can modify behavior by
A praising them whe they succeed
B using the same teaching techniques for every student
C underestimating what the child can do
D reinforcing the problem behavior

I'm leaning toward A

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asked by Tony
  1. Definitely A!

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    posted by PsyDAG
  2. Hmmm! Rosie is now Sam? or Tom??

    No need to switch names.

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