The Use of NOISE Model for Student Success in Naturalistic Environments
Naturalistic Environments are becoming increasingly important in providing a structured and supportive learning environment to promote student success. The NOISE (Naturalist Observation and Intervention at Schools and Environments) model is a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to helping students establish a successful naturalistic learning environment, while also reducing problem behaviors.
What is the NOISE Model?
The NOISE Model is based on the cognitive-behavioral model and incorporates both intervention and assessment within a structured classroom setting. This approach combines naturalistic observation and intervention methods to help teachers and other staff identify and address student problem behaviors, as well as their underlying causes. The NOISE model also reinforces positive behavior and environmental features that will help promote and maintain a successful learning environment.
Advantages of the NOISE Model
The NOISE Model has several advantages over traditional, classroom-based approaches to helping students succeed in naturalistic environments. One advantage is that it encourages cooperation and collaboration among students and reduces the amount of time spent on punitive or exclusionary strategies. Additionally, the NOISE model's focus on naturalistic observation and intervention strategies helps to ensure that problem behaviors are accurately identified and addressed in a timely manner. Finally, the NOISE model can be applied in any naturalistic environment and can be tailored to the individual needs of each student and classroom setting.
The NOISE (Naturalist Observation and Intervention at Schools and Environments) model provides teachers, staff, and students with a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to helping students succeed in naturalistic environments. By encouraging cooperation, collaboration, and observation and intervention strategies, the NOISE Model is an effective tool for promoting and maintaining a successful learning environment. As a result, it is an important tool for helping students and classrooms reach their full potential.