The Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) is key in changing problem behaviors, however, getting buy-in and consistent implementation by school personnel has its own set of challenges. When Behavior Analysts incorporate and understand different cultural norms (i.e. race, religion, language, culture, etc.), the BIP can be developed to include these factors to facilitate success quickly and effectively. Along with incorporating cultural norms, the most successful problem behaviors managed in schools also take into consideration and incorporate meaningful and manageable data collection which truly “tells the story” of the progress of the student.
In our 4th installment of the Managing Challenging Behaviors Ethically in Schools Series, Special Learning, Inc, and Dr. Ronnie Detrich, the Problem Behavior in School Settings Subject Matter Expert explored the positive impact of creating and implementing a well thought out BIP has on managing problem behaviors in schools by incorporating critical elements that fit within the context of the school setting and behavioral science research.
During the 2-hour webinar, we explored common behavioral strategies and procedures and effectively implemented such procedures to increase collaboration and carry-through within the school setting. During the webinar, case scenario(s) and examples were provided for the full illustration of topics discussed. Participants were encouraged to submit questions and receive real-time answers from experts.
Date: Wednesday, June 10th, 2020
- Ronnie Detrich, PhD
2 General QABA CEU
2 BACB Learning CEU
Learning Objectives and Outcomes:
- List cultural considerations that interfere and/or promote cross-collaboration within schools
- Identify cultural norms across different races, religions, cultures, and languages and how-to create programming to incorporate such by promoting individual cultural needs.
- Develop common behavior reduction procedures that are conducive in the learning environment, implementable in the school setting, and achieve behavioral outcomes.
- Assess the pros and cons of different measurement procedures in the school setting and develop the most effective procedure and type of data display
- Develop a systematic collaborative-team approach during the Behavioral Plan development through implementation which also encourages feedback from all parties involved.
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