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Old 02-04-2017, 02:20 PM
 
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I need to write a behavior plan. Does anyone have a template they can share with me?


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Do you mean a Behavior Improvement Plan (BIP)? Does your district not have one?

Here, we have to do a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) before a BIP and it goes through the Student Assistance Team (basically the SpEd referral team).

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I have to write a behavior plan for my k class but have no template from my district. I'm in need of one
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Is it a formal BIP? Do you need to do an FBA first?

I'll tell you the process we go through. First we do the FBA and then meet to decide, based on the FBA, if a BIP is needed.

If a BIP is warranted, we then decide on the one single most urgent behavior we need to address. Safety takes precedence over all else. Future BIPs address other behaviors, sort of like a triage system. But a BIP can have only one targeted behavior.

After choosing the target behavior, the team determines if it is the result of a skill deficit or a performance deficit.

Then we list the presumed function (cause) of the behavior.

Next are the intervention strategies: environment and/or circumstances, curriculum and/or instruction, other strategies and/or positive supports.

Next, state the desired replacement behavior and who will teach it to him/her and how.

List Rewards and/or Motivators.

List Consequences.

Finally, describe a Crisis Plan if one is deemed necessary.

This is the process my district prescribes. Others may have different experiences. If I've learned nothing else from PT, it is that everyone has a different way to do the same things.

I hope this helps.
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Old 02-04-2017, 10:16 PM
 
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I have to write a behavior plan for my k class but have no template from my district. I'm in need of one
Whoa, hold up. I think I misunderstood. For your whole class? Do you mean a classroom management plan?

I'm all confused now. Sorry.

Please explain. I'm clearly dumb today.


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Yes for the whole class
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Old 02-05-2017, 12:01 PM
 
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I'm sorry. I think you need to give us more info. I'm trying to help, but I don't know what you need.

What do you mean when you say a "behavior plan"? Since it's for your whole class, I'm thinking you mean a classroom management plan.

Can you tell us more of the situation so we can be helpful, please?
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Yes a management plan
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Hmmm... I'm assuming that it's a behavior management plan. If so, I've never had to actually put mine in writing so obviously don't have a template. I would assume you need to include things like whole class reinforcements (positive and negative), individual reinforcements, consequences, and maybe class rules if you have them.

Mine would look something like:

Whole class - positive reinforcement in the form of verbal praise, earned privileges (a few extra recess minutes, GoNoodle video, etc.), and the "star jar", positive emails home

Individual - positive reinforcement in the form of verbal praise, earning rainbow pieces (to eventually earn a trip to the treasure box), positive emails home

Consequences - directly linked to the undesired behavior. i.e. if a child cannot keep hands to him/herself on the rug, he/she must sit apart from the group, communication with parents when behavior is repeated and inappropriate

No class "rules", but a stated expectation that they act with kindness and be appropriate.

I don't know if that's helpful or not!
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Old 02-19-2017, 05:01 AM
 
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that way the process can be documented as part of tiered supports. Eventually if the child needs an IEP for behavior your work will be doc.

We also need to know the behavior and reason for behavior.


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