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So you have identified the problem behavior. What’s next? Just because you’ve picked the behavior you are targeting – doesn’t mean you have clearly defined it. Behavior is subjective. What I view as an instance of behavior may not be the same as what you view. by theautismhelper.com

So you have identified the problem behavior. What’s next? Just because you’ve picked the behavior you are targeting – doesn’t mean you have clearly defined it. Behavior is subjective. What I view as an instance of behavior may not be the same as what you view. by theautismhelper.com

Instructional strategies

Instructional strategies

HOW TO CONDUCT A  FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT  & DEVELOP BEHAVIOR PLANS  TO REDUCE PROBLEM BEHAVIOR

HOW TO CONDUCT A FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT & DEVELOP BEHAVIOR PLANS TO REDUCE PROBLEM BEHAVIOR

"Spin-Doctor Parenting": Worry Warriors:Help Kids Cope with Anxiety

"Spin-Doctor Parenting": Worry Warriors:Help Kids Cope with Anxiety

As we are talking about prompts, I thought it important to define prompts before we talk about how to use them and fade them. First, a prompt is anything you add to instruction to help the student get to the right response. This means that it includes pretty much anything that is done after the …

5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic

As we are talking about prompts, I thought it important to define prompts before we talk about how to use them and fade them. First, a prompt is anything you add to instruction to help the student get to the right response. This means that it includes pretty much anything that is done after the …

Creative / Chaos: Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Strategies to support ODD students in the classroom

Creative / Chaos: Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Strategies to support ODD students in the classroom

* An entire website full of Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies - Choose a problem behavior - Assess whether that seems to be a good description of the student's actions, then view possible interventions from least at Level 1, 2 or 3.

* An entire website full of Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies - Choose a problem behavior - Assess whether that seems to be a good description of the student's actions, then view possible interventions from least at Level 1, 2 or 3.

What Facts Should You Know About Opioid Dependence?

What Facts Should You Know About Opioid Dependence?

5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic - Autism Classroom Resources

5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic

5 Main Types of Prompts: An Infographic - Autism Classroom Resources

behavior intervention plan template

Behavior Intervention Plans (Tying It All Together)

behavior intervention plan template

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