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Title: Check-In/Check-Out Staff Introduction

Check-In/Check-OutStaff Introduction
CICO (Check-In/Check-Out)
  • Designed for Students with moderate problem
  • Most appropriate when problem behaviors are
    maintained by adult/peer attention
  • Students check-in with an adult at the start of
    each school day
  • Students check-out with an adult at the
    conclusion of each school day
  • Students get feedback from teachers throughout
    the day

  • Students establish 3-5 goals with the CICO adult
  • Goals are based on the school wide expectations
  • Typical goal is to achieve at least 80 of daily
    available points
  • Students on CICO have a point card they pick up
    at the beginning of each day
  • Students take the point card to each class
  • Adults in each setting award the student 1-3 (or
    0-2, etc.) points for appropriate behavior during
    the period
  • Students return the CICO card to the CICO
    check-out adult at the end of the school day

Student Recommended for CICO
Check In Check Out (CICO) Meadowlark/ Buena Vista
CICO is Implemented
CICO Coordinator Summarizes Data For Decision
Morning Check-in
Parent Feedback
Regular Teacher Feedback
Bi-weekly SST Meeting to Assess Student Progress
Afternoon Check-out
Exit Program
Revise Program
Class by Class Check-In
  • Student gives CICO card to teacher at the
    beginning of class
  • Location in room that does not draw peer
  • Greet student positively
  • Nice to see you today, Joe. Great job being on
  • Depending on time, may or may not give a brief
    prompt about class.
  • Today were talking about photosynthesis. Were
    going to take notes and then complete a worksheet

Class by Class Check-In
  • Within last 5 minutes of class
  • Teacher provides a SCORE that reflects class
    behaviors (in consideration of school-wide rules)
  • Teacher can provide a comment
  • positive comments encouraged
  • Thanks for being on time!
  • Great questions!
  • Nice work having homework done.

Class by Class Check-In
  • Goal of class by class checks
  • Increase positive interactions with adults
  • Positive verbal and written feedback
  • Get feedback about classroom performance
  • Score
  • Use feedback to create, modify and track CICO
  • Give the student a mechanism for approaching
  • Fade class by class check over time to increase
    self-management skills.

Class by Class Check-In
  • Score reflects performance.
  • If you can make verbal suggestions for improving
    performance using POSITIVE language, do so.
  • Great job being on time. If you bring your
    homework next time youll get a 2!
  • If you cannot make a suggestion for improvement
    using positive language then dont focus on
    negative -- say nothing.

Class by Class Check-In
  • Students report the 1 reason they do not get the
    card scored by teachers is because of negative
    verbal or written feedback.
  • Written comments should ALWAYS be positive.
  • Catch them behaving appropriately.
  • Find something about their time in class to
    reward with verbal or written praise

Class by Class Check In
  • Greeting, Non Examples
  • Greeting Examples
  • Hello!
  • Great to see you today Olivia!
  • Nice shirt!
  • Glad to see you on time today!
  • Hey Donovan, were going to have a quiz today on
    graphing. You can take the next 2 minutes to
    look through your notes.
  • Its about time you got to class.
  • Were having a test today and you havent been
    here to get the class notes.
  • I hope today is better than yesterday.

If a student gives you a card, score a 2, 1 or 0
in each row for your assigned time(s) do so at
the end of each period, Do NOT wait until the end
of the day
Class by Class Check-out
  • Exit, Examples
  • Exit Non-Examples
  • Great job, you got a 2 today!
  • I really like the way you were on time and
    participated in the class discussion, thanks!
  • Nice work getting your homework done!
  • I appreciate your comments today.
  • I like how you were paying attention while I was
    talking today.
  • Too bad, try again tomorrow.
  • Maybe if you got here on time youd get a 2 AND
    actually learn something.
  • Homework 2 still not done.
  • Last test score was a 35.

Monitoring Student Progress
  • Daily point card data will be entered into our
    data system used to guide decision making for
    students in CICO

Check In Check Out
Rewards Home Component
  • Students earn rewards once they have earned
    enough points. Points needed to earn specific
    rewards are negotiated with the CICO coordinator
  • CICO Trading Post

Maintaining Consequence Wants Attention Wants something Wants to escape attention Wants to avoid something
100 pts Complete assignment with a peer Chose order of class activities Choose a snack / tangible Choose a 5 min. activity School wide reward card Computer time by self Work in separate part of room Short break Alternative activity
250 pts Class teaching assistant for a period. More time for selected activity Free ticket to sporting event / dance / etc. Time alone Independent work space Alternative assignment
400 pts Lunch for peer and student for FREE Class reward free time, or pizza party New school /art supplies Get out of school early
Home Component
  • Students take the CICO card home each night
  • Parents sign the CICO card and prompt the student
    to return the card
  • Parents are asked to provide acknowledgement and
    praise when the student has a good day
  • Parents are asked not to reprimand the student
    after an unsuccessful day
  • The CICO card is to praise desirable behavior and
    not re-punish inappropriate behaviors

Questions or Suggestions
  • Thank you!