Behavior Management Strategy: Premack Principle Appropriate Grade Level: K- 12th grades Procedures/Steps: - Specify what the student will receive after completing a task to help ensure completion of the task. Ex. When you are done doing your homework, we will go play on the playground. Ex. a parent requiring a child to clean his or her room before he or she can watch television. In this case, television, an activity that probably does not require reinforcement, is used as a reinforcer for cleaning the room, which in the context of this example the child would not do without reinforcement. Comments and/or tips: - The teacher must know what motivates the student (interest inventory, having students make a list of things they are interested in, give students a list of possible prizes and have them pick three) Source: Warner, L., & Lynch, S., (2003). Classroom problems that don’t go away. Childhood Education, 79(2), 97-100.