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LRBI Checklist Functional Behavior Assessment Preliminary Strategies Things to Do Define the problem behavior
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Using a variety of indirect methods like these areespecially important if thereŐs more than onereason for the studentŐs noncompliant behavior.To know if youŐre on the right track, gatherinformation from as many sources and places aspossible, such as daily classes, counselors andteachers, and after-school activities.
Next use direct assessment to observe and record the problem eventsinterval recording systems, and antecedent-behavior-consequenceŃorA-B-C charts.To use an A-B-C form,start by writing thebasic information, suchas the studentŐs name,observerŐs name, andso on. Then each timethe student behavesinappropriately,record the behavioroccur just before. These eventsare called Ňantecedents.Ó Also be sure torecord the consequencesŃor what happens rightafter the incident.Remember to record only those things yousee or hear, not your interpretation of theuntil a pattern emerges that shows arelationship between the studentŐs behaviorand his environment. Typically this re-quires 2 to 5 days, depending on how oftenthe behavior occurs and the frequency ofthe observation.The more data you collect, the moreaccurate the picture of the studentŐs day-to-day behavior and the events thatsurround it.
To see the big picture, summarizethe data. A summarycould identify:Setting events.Antecedents ortriggering events.The target behavior.Consequences thatmaintain the behavior.Another summary couldsimply identify who, what,when, and where.Organizing your data inthese ways will help clarifyrelationships between the studentŐsbehavior and related events or factors.
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An effective BIP should teach problem-solvingskills the student can use on a regular basis. Italso allows an instructor to explore additionalstrategies NOT generally considered.Regardless of the behavior intervention plan that yourteam develops, be sure to regularly monitor the studentŐsprogress over time.This means:Collect data on student progress.Review and evaluate the behavior goals.Then determinewhether to continue or modify the BIP.Setting review dates ensures that this will happen.A FBA is not a one-shot process. You can do anFBA anytime you need useful information todesign effective interventions, because conductingan FBA is not only complying with federal law, itŐs
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