This study is aimed to study the effects of using positive reinforcement techniques to reduce disruptive behavior of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) Integrated Special Education Program (PPKI) in a school in Kuala Lumpur. Positive reinforcement is a rewarding technique for behavior that can be repeated or sustained. This study was conducted during the implementation of the English subject and involved a pupil with ADHD who was purposively selected for this study. The study follows the single-subject design (A-B-A) and was conducted for six consecutive weeks, comprising of the baseline phase (A), the intervention phase (B) and the non-intervention phase (A). The researcher used positive reinforcement techniques through the hand stamp method to the whole class where a stamp will be stamped at the back of the pupils’ hands if they engage in the desired behavior. The data were recorded and analyzed using a frequency table and line graph.. The results showed that there was a reduction in disruptive behavior and increased pupil concentration after the intervention. This study is expected to assist and guide Special Education teachers in addressing pupil behavior problems.
positive reinforcement; behavior management; ADHD