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Positive Peer Reporting

Positive Peer Reporting
Positive Peer Reporting
Positive Peer Reporting
Positive Peer Reporting
Positive Peer Reporting
Positive Peer Reporting
Positive Peer Reporting
Positive Peer Reporting
Product Description
Positive Peer Reporting
Age/Grade: Preschool – High School
Setting: School, Home, Clinic, In-patient
Individual or Group: Individual
Tier: 1, 2 & 3
Desired/ Appropriate Behavior:
Increase appropriate prosocial behavior
Skill Level: Fluency to generalization

Positive Peer Reporting (PPR) is a group intervention that was first introduced by Grieger, Kaufmann, and Grieger (1976) as a class-wide method to improve social behavior and interactions. PPR was
designed to address children that have been socially rejected or children who are socially withdrawn/isolated. Children in a group atmosphere (i.e., classroom, skills group, and residential home) are given the chance to provide positive comments about the behavior of another child. The children making the comments are provided reinforcement using a token economy for describing positive behaviors that the target child engaged in during a specified time period. Because the positive comments from other children and rewards earned are relevant and important, the target child experiences a change in his/her environment from one that involves either negative or neutral social interactions to one that
involves more opportunity for positive social interaction. PPR has been researched with children as young as four to five years old to adolescents across school and residential facilities.
Total Pages
16 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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