2022-23 FBA Series: Functional Behavior Assessment & Behavior Intervention Planning
Dr. Billie Jo Rodriguez
Functional Behavior Assessment & Behavior Intervention Planning
Do you feel frustrated by misbehavior that seems to occur on repeat for individual students that exceeds your Tier 1 and Tier 2 supports? Do you want to understand why behaviors happen and how to prevent, replace, and respond to challenging behaviors? If you’re looking to increase equity in your social behavior responses and would like to learn more about how behavior is communication, this series is for you.
The series: Across the sessions, we will dive into understanding how pro-social and problem behavior patterns develop. Participants will receive tools and opportunities to practice functional behavioral assessment interviewing and direct observations to inform the development of competing behavior pathways. This understanding will lead to content where participants learn to develop interventions that provide socially appropriate replacement behaviors as well as prevention and reinforce/response strategies to shape new behaviors as part of culturally responsive behavior intervention plans. We will also provide tools and considerations for supporting and measuring implementation fidelity of behavior support plans as well as defining and measuring student social behavior outcomes.
Who should attend? Educators serving in roles to lead teams in informal and formal functional behavior assessments will leave each session with practical, hands-on tools and strategies for conducting FBAs to understand and improve student (and educator) success.
Dates & Times:
October 6, 2022 1-2:30 pm PT
October 20, 2022 1-2:30 pm PT
November 3, 2022 1-2:30 pm PT
November 17, 2022 1-2:30 pm PT
December 1, 2022 1-2:30 pm PT
Northwest PBIS Network offers educator clock hours for both WA and OR. This series will be eligible for a total of 7.5 clock hours. Instructions for collecting the clock hours will be available during the last session of the series.
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