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How do teachers effectively evaluate students with EBD for intervention and/or instruction? What do you think about their method?

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This solution discusses four steps four identifying and handling students that need assistance and introduces a number of general strategies to help accomplish this. This solution is approximately 500 words.

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How do teachers effectively evaluate students with EBD for intervention and/or instruction? What do you think about their method?

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Step 1: The student is in a class is identified by the teacher as a student that needs assistance.
Step 2: The student is assessed by a team with the parents' permission. The student will take a psychological test, functional behavioral assessment, educational assessment and any other assessment needed to find out what disability he has.
Step 3: Let's say the IEP team has determined that he has EBD and the behavioral assessment has given us enough information to create a behavioral intervention plan. The plan will be followed by everyone and is in an IEP plan. The plan can involve anything from classroom restrains, ...

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