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prompt

Assistance, reinforcement, or feedback given during the acquisition or relearning of skills necessary for task completion.
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Esh Group Chief Executive, Brian Manning, is a keen advocate of prompt payment.
The current study investigated these two issues, prompt rate and reinforcement rate, across two experiments.
After each session, the investigator provided verbal and written feedback using a one-page feedback form with space for examples of four pretense behaviors the teachers had prompted and the number of missed opportunities to prompt.
Following the probe trial for each of the three items in the array, the prompt levels that were determined for each stimulus were used for the remainder of the session.
In that 13-month span, average national pricing for the Prompt Industrial grades reached as high as $344 per ton this past June.
The third category of WBPT an instructor can use to prompt students to self regulate is Administrative tools.
The facilitator waits until the student appears to need assistance before providing the next level of prompt.
Austin, Lee, Thibeault, Carr, & Bailey, (2002) examined the effects of guided notes on undergraduate Psychology students' responding and recall of information and found that the use of guided notes increased the number of prompts given by the instructor and thus the number of verbal responses by the students.
The invoices are processed in real time, so prompt pay interest penalties are very unlikely.
Prompt 2: "I've tried over and over to get her to come back to me.
Idaho is the only state that has not enacted any prompt pay laws, said Keith Halleland, a Minneapolis health care lawyer.
Some aspects of prompt pay laws vary widely, he continued.