Graduated guidance and backward chaining (TEFC)

United States, 1979

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Episode of Series “Effective Behavioural Programming”.
Tape 3 : Graduated guidance and backward chaining are procedures that can be used to help retarded students master new behaviours or responses. To understand these procedures the film looks first at response chains, a sequence of stimuli and responses that end with a terminal reinforcer. NB. This tape is on 525 line NTSC.

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John Socha

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Macomb Community College Instructional Television



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Effective Behavioural Programming

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