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Functional Behavior Assessments

RC-Functional Behavior Assessments

Ended Nov 4, 2023
12 points

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Full course description

Topic: Functional Behavior Assessments

Date: November 2-3, 2023

Time: 9:00AM – 4:00 PM each day

Location: Black Hills State University - Rapid City - Room 112,
4300 Cheyenne Blvd. Boxelder, SD 57719

Description: This training will walk participants through the full process of gathering data, conducting an effective FBA, and using the information gathered during the FBA process to write a BIP that will help students gain the skills to be successful.

Training Objectives:

  • Identify the essential systems needed for an effective FBA/BIP process- Having a process in place, complete with the forms necessary to gather data and write effective plans, takes a systematic approach to ensure all the necessary steps are completed. This training will help you look at what your school has and identify areas of need.
  • Identify when an FBA-BIP is necessary- Running more the two or three behavior plans in one classroom can be overwhelming for even the best teachers! This training will help participants look at student behavior and decide if the student needs a full, comprehensive BIP written, or if there are other interventions that can be tried first that will help the student change their behavior.
  • Identify the steps for conducting an effective FBA, including data to determine maintaining function of behavior – Behavior usually begins as a reaction to satisfy a need, and continues because that behavior is getting the student the results they want. This training will take participants through a process that will help them not only identify why the behaviors may be occurring, but also, what positive behaviors do we want the student to use as replacement behaviors that will still help satisfy their needs.
  • Learn the critical components of function-based BIPs- If the function of the behavior is unknown, we run the risk of making the behavior worse through our interventions. This training will help participants understand how the function drives the BIP and how schools can use the function to understand what skills the student needs to be successful.
  • Develop evaluation plans that are efficient and effective- Writing the plan is only the beginning! Data collection and evaluation of the plan are key to ensure the plan is being used in the classroom and the interventions are helping the student gain the skills they need. This training will help participants understand the necessary steps to take during and after the BIP is implemented. 

# of Continuing Education Contact Hours: 12