Functional Behavior Assessment - Behavior Intervention Plan (FBA-BIP)

Training sessions will focus specifically on the process and tools needed to assist coaches, facilitators and problem-solving teams in planning, implementing, and evaluating FBA-BIP to support students with challenging behavior.

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Who Should Participate:

This session is designed for specific personnel identified to facilitate the FBA-BIP development process, coaches, and problem-solving teams:

  • Potential FBA-BIP facilitators: (i.e. counselors, social workers, school psychologists, behavior specialists, special education personnel, community partners, etc.)

  • District/building based coaches specifically focused on supporting Tier 2 and/or Tier 3 interventions

  • Problem Solving Team members: individuals who will help in the development of behavior intervention plans. (administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, one-on-one aides)

Participants can expect to leave being able to:

  • Identify when an FBA-BIP is necessary

  • Identify the essential systems needed for an effective FBA-BIP process

  • Identify the steps for conducting an effective FBA, including data to determine maintaining function of behavior

  • Understand the critical components of function-based BIPs

  • Develop evaluation plans that are efficient and effective

All participants will register for the entire series of training, followed by a technical assistance webinar. The webinars are specifically focused on building skills of coaches and facilitators to be able to write technically sound FBA-BIPs.

FBA-BIP Virtual Training Materials

Day 1:

- Systems to Support FBA-BIP

- Competing Behavior Pathway

Day 2:

- Function of Behavior

- Selecting Desired and Replacement Behaviors

- Tools to complete FBA

- Developing a Continuum of Function Based Thinking

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Day 3:

- Developing a Behavior Intervention Plan

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Day 4:

- Individual Student Evaluation Plan

- Monitoring System Data

FBA-BIP In-Person Training Materials

Day 1:

  • Identify when an FBA-BIP is necessary

  • Identify the essential systems needed for an effective FBA/BIP process

  • Identify the steps for conducting an effective FBA, including data to determine maintaining function of behavior

Day 2:

  • Understand the critical components of function-based BIPs

  • Develop evaluation plans that are efficient and effective

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