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Behavior Intervention Plan: BIP Overview
The Behavior Intervention Plan of (applied behavior analysis) is explained through a complete overview of for educators and teachers. The video explains how the Behavior Intervention Plan known as the BIP is a part a students functional behavior assessment, also known as the FBA to classroom teachers. The components of the behavior plan are discussed. It also goes into detail how positive behavior reward systems and intervention can be included into the behavior intervention plan. Students with individualized education plans (IEP) can have a behavior plan inserted into it. These BIP plans must be evaluated for their effectiveness, and put necessary supports in place for the students. This video is part of a playlist designed for teachers, child study team, case mangers, principals, educators, behaviorists, and more to understand certain triggers for student behavior. Other videos include positive behavior supports and interventions, behavior intervention plans, rewards systems for students, classroom management, and others. The Teachings in Education channel will continue to bring forth videos to inspire educations, and help them learn, advance and grow in education. Remember, together we make a family of educators.
Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) Components Walkthrough
Behavior Intervention Plan components are found in the IEP and ISP Processes on the Special Considerations and Behavioral Concerns Page in the Behavioral Concerns section.
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Behavior Management Plan
Behavior Management Plan
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How To Write A Behavior Intervention Plan For Autism | Fun Minute Tip 16
In this episode Courtney will teach you how to write a behavior intervention plan for people with autism! Let us know if you like it in the comments or send us an email! ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Find Into the Spectrum here: Facebook: http://facebook.com/intothespectrum Instagram: http://instagram.com/intothespectrum Twitter: http://twitter.com/intothespectrum Snapchat: intothespectrum ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ If you know someone with Autism Spectrum Disorder (or Aspergers) then this channel is for you! Courtney is a professional behavior analyst who helps people with autism everyday. Feel free to ask questions and discuss in the comments, and don't forget to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE!!! _________________________________________________________________________________ Please CLICK THE THUMBS UP BUTTON AND SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE BEST AUTISM YOUTUBE CHANNEL!!! Also, tell us something you would like to see in an episode! (in the comments below) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Courtney Peters is a Licensed BCBA with over a decade of experience. Her passion for helping people blossomed the moment she started working one on one with people on the spectrum. She has helped countless people with Autism. Courtney is currently providing support as a Clinical Director for a nonprofit organization where she trains families and therapists every day. Phil Schlemmer is a professional recording engineer with multiple family members on the spectrum. He has worked with many platinum recording artists such as: YES, Dionne Warwick, Ludacris, Kelly Rowland, and Ice T to name a few! He's transferring his technical and creative knowledge to now help people with autism! ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Find the links to the Four A Series’ are HERE: EP 1: https://youtu.be/TQ0apc037jc EP 2: https://youtu.be/SR4VobiAFW0 EP 3: https://youtu.be/b-x4qc8DC5I EP 4: https://youtu.be/PdZ7eGq7BYo EP 5: https://youtu.be/oSfbvheuM_U ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Like and Subscribe NOW!!! Email us and let us know you subscribed! Email: courtney@intothespectrum.com Business Inquiries: phil@intothespectrum.com ____________________________________________________________________ How To Write A Behavior Intervention Plan For Autism | Fun Minute Tip 16 ____________________________________________________________________ *********SEE DISCLAIMER AT END OF VIDEO********* THANKS FOR WATCHING INTO THE SPECTRUM'S FREE ABA TIPS FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM!!!
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Functions of Behavior (Behaviorbabe)
This video reviews ABC's of ABA as well as brief overview of functions of behavior.
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Behavioral Interventions
Views: 102 Liz Koss
Behavioral Intervention for Autistic Children with Problem Behavior
Dr. Louis Hagopian, clinical psychologist and a behavior analyst at Kennedy Krieger discusses levels of behavioral intervention and the example of inadvertently reinforcing problem behavior. To learn more visit, http://www.healthcentral.com/autism
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Behavioural Intervention Strategies
Strategies for effective behavioural intervention. Teachers or carers of children or adults with autism, ADHD, communication difficulties, intellectual disabilities may find these strategies useful.
Positive Behavior intervention & Supports (PBIS)
Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports PBIS Systems are explained and described in this video presentation. Several different reasons for implementing a positive behavior reward system are first mentioned. The video explores the relation of PBIS and PBS systems in terms of the functional behavior assessment, FBA, the behavior intervention plan, BIP, antecedent behavior consequence, abc charts, and overall applied behavior analysis. Continuing the video presents a three tier system approach to incorporate a pbis at the school wide level. It also talks about how teacher can integrate positive reinforcement for their students, and what are the best general teachings strategies for students with behavior disabilities. This video is part of a behavior intervention playlist from teachings in education. This playlist contains BIP the behavior intervention plan, antecedent behavior consequence, abc charts, and fba functional behavioral assessments. It is all part of classroom management development.
Views: 10158 Teachings in Education
How Do I Follow A Behavior Plan?
Michael Lapaglia, MA, BCBA of Elite Behavior Analysis, LLC discusses the topic of Applied Behavior Analysis as applied to Behavior Plans.
Views: 339 EliteBehaviorMedia
The Behavior Intervention Plan
Introduction to the BIP form used in the state of Ohio.
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Behavioral Intervention Plan
Culminating Project - Eastern University - Functional Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Plan
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Behavior Intervention Plan or BIP Special Education Episode 64 of Transition Tuesday
If you’d like to receive our Episode 64 bonus PDF on the Behavior Intervention Plan, click this link http://tensigma.org/episode64bonus In this short video, we will discuss the behavior intervention plan or BIP, who is involved in writing them, and some best practice tips for writing a BIP. A behavior intervention plan is written using information gathered from the Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). The purpose of a BIP is to use behavior intervention strategies to create a series of specific steps to help a student learn new behavior skills. Here are a few important points to remember about the Behavior Intervention Plan: • They are written using information gathered from the Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), which identify the function or purpose behind the child’s behaviors. • They address behaviors that disrupt the child’s learning or the learning of others • Describe what the behavior is, the reasons it occurs, and interventions to address the behavior • They can be written for any disability area, if learning is impacted by behavior. Some sources for information for a BIP include parents/caregivers, the student, teachers, school psychologists, administrators, and others who know the student well. In order to develop an effective BIP, the entire IEP should be involved in the process to collect data across settings, examine, and use the data effectively. Here is a quick summary of some of the important elements that need to be included in the behavior intervention plan: • Naming the targeted behaviors and describe them • Baseline data including things like frequency, duration, intensity • The behavior that will be taught to replace the targeted behavior including who will teach the new skills • A plan for reinforcing the new behavior • Consequences if the targeted behavior continues • An assessment of the BIP including how the team will know it is working and how they will collect data to show the improvements Here are some best practice tips for writing a BIP: • Look at systems that are already in place for data collection – including things like data around behavior that could be collected from office referrals • Look for special education templates that may be available and use them as a guide for data collection • Collect data in a variety of settings possibly including classrooms, buses, passing periods, lunch, etc. • Analyze the data and look for patterns including who is involved in the behavior (preventing or making it worse), why does the behavior pattern happen, when and where does the behavior occur, when does it not occur and why, what environment is the student in and how does it contribute to the behavior, what does the student gain from the behavior (attention, work avoidance, perceived power, etc.), and how long does it last • Think simple and step-by-step • Continually evaluate and update the BIP • Can be written as narratives, forms, or charts • Parents/caregivers can and whenever possible should be involved in providing reinforcements for positive behavior As part of each episode of Transition Tuesday, we provide additional tips, teacher tools, and resources related to the topics we cover. For this week’s bonus, Ten Sigma is providing a pdf that contains links to resources regarding behavior intervention plans, which you can access by clicking the link at the top of this description. To learn more about Ten Sigma’s educational resources for teachers or parents, please visit our website http://tensigma.org and you can also connect with us on social media at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Ten-Sigma-1572734446323526 Twitter - https://twitter.com/Ten_Sigma LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/ten-sigma If you know anyone else who would benefit from the information we share in these videos, please share this video and invite them to visit http://transitiontuesday.org We hope you enjoyed this episode and that you use this information on the behavior intervention plan and use it to write even more effective plans.
Views: 2023 Ten Sigma
Antecedent Behavior Consequence: ABC Charts & Model
Pick up your ABC Chart at the TPT store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Antecedent- Behavior-Analysis-ABC-Chart-3556856 The ABC model of ABA (applied behavior analysis) is explained through the three different parts, antecedent, behavior, consequence. The video explains how the ABC model with its ABC charts are a part a students functional behavior assessment, also known as the FBA to classroom teachers. A brief definition of ABC charts and and the ABC model for applied behavior analysis is given. A definitive example is also given as well, where the antecedent is given with a prime example, the problem behavior is question is identified, and lastly the consequence is given also. The importance of an ABC chart along with why abc charts are important in their relation functional behavioral assessments. This video is part of a playlist designed for teachers, child study team, case mangers, principals, educators, behaviorists, and more to understand certain triggers for student behavior. Other videos include positive behavior supports and interventions, behavior intervention plans, rewards systems for students, classroom management, and others. The Teachings in Education channel will continue to bring forth videos to inspire educations, and help them learn, advance and grow in education. Remember, together we make a family of educators.
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Real Talk for Real Teachers #7 - Behavior Intervention Plans That Create Success
Are you struggling with creating behavior intervention plans resulting in successful changes within your students? Have you wondered how PBIS and Conscious Discipline could work together in this process? Over the years working to help students change behavior has resulted in many programs and intervention strategies. Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) does not state to use specific practices. PBIS provides a framework for creating intervention plans. Schools adopting Conscious Discipline can use the PBIS framework to ensure systematic decision making and schools adopting PBIS can use Conscious Discipline to meet the PBIS goal of supporting positive behavior in school culture. In this episode, we will learn how to create positive behavior intervention plans using Conscious Discipline and the RTI process. Listen in as long time teacher and Conscious Discipline Certified Instructor Fran Rubio-Katz shares step by step how to create effective behavior intervention plans for each child’s success. ESSENTIAL TAKEAWAYS • Understanding the adult role in responding to behaviors with children is key. • Assessing the child’s state and what developmental questions are unanswered begins the intervention plan process. • When creating a behavior intervention plan, begin with identifying the wanted behaviors. • In the data collection process, track the wanted behaviors. STEPS FOR TOMORROW The intervention process begins with adult regulation and seeing behaviors has a call for help. Utilize the “wanted behaviors” worksheet in the Conscious Discipline and RTI document to begin creating behavior intervention plans. IMPORTANT LINKS • Conscious Discipline website • The Learning Loft - http://learningloft.org/about-us/ • Breathing Icons Printable on the Website at ConsciousDiscipline.com • CD and RTI Document on the Website at ConsciousDiscipline.com • Safe Place explanation video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUMc3fWgLEk&index=7&list=PLC1FF90B6D998E9EE • CD Progress Assessment Rubrics on the Website at ConsciousDiscipline.com PRODUCTS • Conscious Discipline: Building Resilient Classrooms • Easy to Love, Difficult to Discipline SHOW OUTLINE :26 What is Conscious Discipline 1:30 Introduction to topic Academic and Behavior plans and Conscious Discipline 3:24 PBIS framework explanation 7:08 Introduction of long-time teacher and founder of the Learning Loft Fran Rubio-Katz 8:40 Struggle into stretch – what does this mean 11:44 Realizing its not them, it’s our responses 15:02 Conscious Discipline for behavior interventions with the RTI process 16:44 Tier 1, 2, and 3 interventions 17:44 Example of creating a behavior intervention with Conscious Discipline 23:09 Summary of creating a behavior intervention plan 26:08 Next steps once plan is created 28:50 Collecting data to determine if interventions are working 29:53 Conscious Discipline and Social Media, connect for support THANK YOU FOR LISTENING There are many ways you could have spent this time today, but you chose to spend it with me and I am grateful. If you enjoyed today’s show, please share it with others via your favorite social media platforms. Also, would you consider taking 60-seconds to leave an honest review and rating for the podcast on iTunes? Your feedback is extremely helpful when it comes to the ranking of the show and I love to hear your feedback! Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, to get automatic updates every time a new episode goes live! On behalf of our Conscious Discipline family, we wish you well.
Views: 2036 Conscious Discipline
Functional Behavioral Assessment
Get you F.B.A. Template from the TPT store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Functional-Behavioral-Assessment-FBA-3557058 The Functional Behavioral Assessment, FBA, is fully explained and summarized in detail for educators. This video begins with a brief history of the origin of the Functional Behavior Assessment and its ties to applied behavior analysis, ABA therapy. Throughout the video, the functional behavior assessment, fba, will be discussed along with behavior intervention and behavior support plans. The functional behavioral assessment is just one part of a larger behavior support system. The video makes several mentions of the importance of a behavior support team. It goes on to describe who should comprise the behavior support team. Further more, the video provides a step by step process for implementing a functional behavioral assessment. Each step in the fba offers various strategies for teachers, behaviorists, educators, paraprofessionals, administrators and other. This video also part of a larger playlist on behavior intervention plans.
Views: 26250 Teachings in Education
Highly Successful Strategies to Guide Young Children's Behavior -  Dr. Patricia Vardin
Visit: https://www.edact.com/professional-development/behavior/highly-successful-strategies-to-guide-young-childrens-behavior-professional-development.html to purchase this DVD in it's entirety from Educational Activities, Inc. See a diverse group of teachers use a variety of proven supportive guidance techniques to foster positive prosocial behavior and self regulation in the early childhood classroom. Classroom management and discipline are among the most challenging issues that teachers report. The program demonstrates specific methods to deal with an assortment of inappropriate behaviors teachers may encounter. Chapters include: Introduction Reasons for Inappropriate Behavior Importance of Our Relationships The Supportive Guidance Approach How to Teach Social Skills Top 20 Supportive Guidance Approach Techniques Review A comprehensive Trainer's Guide includes handouts for participants with reflection and discussion topics, resources, a post test and certificates of participation (as a PDF file on the CD). This program gives teachers the tools they need to promote prosocial behavior and create a positive classroom environment. The program was written by Dr. Patricia Vardin, Chair, Early Childhood Education Department, Manhattanville College, Purchase, NY.
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BIP Example
BIP Example
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Behavior Intervention
Video courtesy CBC Education, Inc.
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Replacement Behavior
In this video, Rob breaks down how to appropriately use replacement behavior strategies to support your child's challenging behaviors. Found more videos and resources at www.autismtherapies.com
2. Behavioral Evolution
(March 31, 2010) Stanford professor Robert Sapolsky lectures on the biology of behavioral evolution and thoroughly discusses examples such as The Prisoner's Dilemma. Stanford University http://www.stanford.edu Stanford Department of Biology http://biology.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/stanford
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Manifestation Determination - Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Improvement Plan
What if the child already has had a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) and has a Behavior Improvement Plan (BIP)?
Views: 354 Starbridge
Behavior Support Plan
The following video is designed to give the viewer assistance in completing a "Behavior Support Plan" work form and gives tips on implementing a BSP program.
Views: 2352 SCCRESA
Dealing with Challenging Behavior in the Classroom
Originally published on May 14, 2012 In this video, Dr. Adel Najdowski, Ph.D., BCBA-D, outlines: • Why students engage in challenging behavior • The purpose of functional behavioral assessment (FBA) • Methods for conducting FBAs • Treatments for challenging behavior • Skills®: An online tool for building a behavior intervention plan (BIP)
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Operationally Defining Behavior: Target and Replacement Behaviors
This brief video introduces viewers to operationally defining two behaviors of interest: the target and replacement behavior. In this video we describe each behavior and a process for how to operationally define a behavior.
Views: 2392 Ci3T Framework
How to Teach & Understand Child Behavior : How to Be Positive with Children
Be positive and learn to avoid certain habits. Learn how to teach and understand the behavior of children in this free video on parenting and education. Expert: Pamela Grier Bio: Pamela Grier has been working in the childcare industry for more than three years. She works at a 5-star childcare facility. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
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5 Essential Steps To Reducing Behavior Issues At School
Do you often get notes from teachers about your child’s behavior at school? Behavior issues can run the gamut from defiance and aggressiveness to anxiety or being off task. Figuring out how to address behavior issues can often feel overwhelming for parents. Hi, I’m Kristina Henning, Director of Statewide Services for Partners Resource Network. I hope you will join me and the rest of the PRN Specialist team for our next free webinar, 5 Essential Steps to Reducing Behavior Issues at School, on Tuesday, September 12, at 12:15 pm central time. These 5 steps can help you better understand your child’s behavior, be proactive, get a BIP, think outside the box and find support. Whether or not your child has an IEP or a 504 plan, there are options available to help your child improve his or her behavior in a positive way. To register, go to https://partnerstx.webex.com. Hope to see you there!
IEPs and PBIPs (Individualized Education Plans & Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans)
In this video RRVAN’s “Lunch & Learn” session discuss IEPs (Individualized Education Plans) and BPIPs (Positive Behavioral Intervention Plans) to best optimize success for your children in school. We discuss what these are, the parts of each plan, how to work more effectively with schools and teachers, implementing these plans and much more. After the initial presentation we have an open discussion between the panelists and members of the audience. We answer audience members’ questions and add our own personal experiences in the areas discussed. Please join us in this video and please ‘like’, comment, share, and subscribe. Thank you.
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IEP behavior consequences
Have you looked at the consequences in your child's behavior plan?
Views: 198 Catherine Whitcher
Children in Care: Personal Education Planning Meeting for KS4 Pupils: Behaviour Support Plans
Children in Care: Personal Education Planning Meeting for Key Stage 4 Pupils Reviewing Behaviour Support Plans Every Child in Care requires a Personal Education Plan. This is a personalised approach to their education which is discussed at a meeting, chaired by their Social Worker with their Teachers at school, Foster Carer and any other relevant education professionals. The following clips provide a guide to what should be reviewed at these meetings and the kinds of discussions that could be had at them. The children discussed in these videos are not based on real children; these videos have been devised to act as a support to Social Workers, Foster Carers Teachers and Children in Care who may want to know more about Personal Education Planning Meetings.
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Module 2: Using a Functional Behavioral Assessment to Understand Behavior
Using a Functional Behavioral Assessment to Understand Behavior. Everyone uses behavior as a form of communication. Babies cry to let their caregiver know they are hungry, wet, or need attention. Toddlers may throw a toy to get attention. Older children may swear when frustrated, and a teenager may slam a door to communicate their displeasure at being “grounded”. All these forms of behavior clearly communicate a need. Some behavior however, may result from a physiological function, such as the tics associated with Tourette Disorder or obsessive behaviors related to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Those behaviors create challenges as they do not serve a function that is understood. They are known as “non-purposeful” behaviors, and do not appear to have a meaning as do other kinds of behaviors. There are also behaviors that may result from frustration, anxiety, depression or anger about a need that has not been met.
Views: 6041 Utah Parent Center
20 Minutes to More Measurable IEP and Behavior Plan Objectives
In this 20-minute tutorial, Tom Kitchen, MS, BCBA discusses some tips that could lead to more observable and measurable objectives, such as those found in Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and Behavior Intervention Plans. Tom is an Assistant Professor of Special Education at Mercyhurst University, Director of Certification Programs in Applied Behavior Analysis, an instructor in Penn State University's "Graduate Certificate in Autism" program, and a private consultant/trainer/speaker. He is co-author of the textbook, "Effective Instruction for Children with Autism: An applied behavior analytic approach," as well as other textbook chapters and research articles/presentations.
Views: 662 MercyhurstABAEDSP
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) Instructions
Joe Zima, Behavior Specialist for St. Clair County RESA, explains how to effectively enter information into a Functional Behavior Assessment.
Views: 41051 SCCRESA
Heredity: Crash Course Biology #9
Hank and his brother John discuss heredity via the gross example of relative ear wax moistness. Crash Course Biology is now available on DVD! http://dftba.com/product/1av/CrashCourse-Biology-The-Complete-Series-DVD-Set Like CrashCourse on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Follow CrashCourse on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse This video uses sounds from Freesound.org, a list of which can be found, along with the REFERENCES for this episode, in the Google document here: http://dft.ba/-2dlR tags: crashcourse, science, biology, evolution, genetics, heredity, aristotle, bloodlines, gregor mendel, mendelian genetics, mendelian trait, classical genetics, chromosome, gene, polygenic, pleiotropic, allele, ear wax gene, somatic, diploid, gametes, sperm, egg, haploid, polyploid, dominance, dominant, recessive, heterozygous, homozygous, phenotype, punnett square, reginald c. punnett, sex-linked inheritance, autosome Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
Views: 2768816 CrashCourse
IP&T 387: Behavior Intervention
An example of a behavior intervention using modeling, done for an assignment at Brigham Young University.
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How tsunamis work - Alex Gendler
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-tsunamis-work-alex-gendler The immense swell of a tsunami can grow up to 100 feet, hitting speeds over 500 mph -- a treacherous combination for anyone or anything in its path. Alex Gendler details the causes of these towering terrors and explains how scientists are seeking to reduce their destruction in the future. Lesson by Alex Gendler, animation by Augenblick Studios.
Views: 4449947 TED-Ed
Developing Behavior Intervention Plans -- Part 4
Developing Behavior Intervention Plans Dr. Richard Van Acker April 7, 2008 20080407 Van Acker Richard 04 (Sign Language)
What is the behavior support plan
What is the behavior support plan - Find out more explanation for : 'What is the behavior support plan' only from this channel. Information Source: google
Behavior Intervention
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Improving Problem Behavior by Understanding its Function
Improving Problem Behavior by Understanding its Function
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How to Teach & Understand Child Behavior : How to Create a Classroom Checklist
Create a classroom checklist for teaching children. Learn how to teach and understand the behavior of children in this free video on parenting and education. Expert: Pamela Grier Bio: Pamela Grier has been working in the childcare industry for more than three years. She works at a 5-star childcare facility. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Views: 3539 expertvillage
What is POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT? What does POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT mean? POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT meaning - POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT definition - POSITIVE BEHAVIOR SUPPORT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Positive behavior support is a behavior management system used to understand what maintains an individual's challenging behavior. People's inappropriate behaviors are difficult to change because they are functional; they serve a purpose for them. These behaviors are supported by reinforcement in the environment. In the case of students and children, often adults in a child’s environment will reinforce his or her undesired behaviors because the child will receive objects and/or attention because of his behavior. Functional behavior assessments (FBAs) clearly describe behaviors, identify the contexts (events, times, and situation) that predict when behavior will and will not occur, and identify consequences that maintain the behavior. They also summarize and create a hypothesis about the behavior, directly observe the behavior and take data to get a baseline. The positive behavior support process involves goal identification, information gathering, hypothesis development, support plan design, implementation and monitoring. In order for techniques to work in decreasing undesired behavior, they should include: feasibility, desirability, and effectiveness. Strategies are needed that teachers and parents are able and willing to use and that affect the child's ability to participate in community and school activities. Positive behavior support is increasingly being recognized as a strategy that meets these criteria. By changing stimulus and reinforcement in the environment and teaching the child to strengthen deficit skill areas the student's behavior changes in ways that allow him/her to be included in the general education setting. The three areas of deficit skills identified in the article were communication skills, social skills, and self-management skills. Re-directive therapy as positive behavior support is especially effective in the parent–child relationship. Where other treatment plans have failed re-directive therapy allows for a positive interaction between parents and children. Positive behavior support is successful in the school setting because it is primarily a teaching method (Swartz, 1999).
Views: 495 The Audiopedia
The threat of invasive species - Jennifer Klos
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-threat-of-invasive-species-jennifer-klos Massive vines that blanket the southern United States, climbing high as they uproot trees and swallow buildings. A ravenous snake that is capable of devouring an alligator. Rabbit populations that eat themselves into starvation. These aren’t horror movie concepts – they’re real stories. But how could such situations exist in nature? Jennifer Klos gives the facts on invasive species. Lesson by Jennifer Klos, animation by Globizco.
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