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Intervention based on a Functional Behavioral Assessment

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Design an intervention based on a Functional Behavioral Assessment and explain how the intervention will be implemented and evaluated.

1) Based on the function of the behavior you identified in Part 1, design an intervention for your student. This intervention may include teaching the student the replacement behavior you defined in Part 1.

2) Define the steps you will take to maximize the student's success.

3)Identify any changes you will make to remove potential triggers for the unwanted behavior.

4)Explain how you will ensure that the intervention and subsequent consequences are implemented consistently.

5)Describe any steps you will take to involve the student's family and/or colleagues or other professionals in your school or district.

6)Implement and evaluate the intervention. While you will not have enough time during this week to effectively implement, monitor, and evaluate your intervention, describe how you will evaluate the success of your intervention.

5)What types of milestones will you look for? What kinds of data will you collect?

6) How will you determine whether your intervention is working or if it should be revised?

7) What is your timeline for evaluating your student's success?

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1) Based on the function of the behavior you identified in Part 1, design an intervention for your student. This intervention may include teaching the student the replacement behavior you defined in Part 1.

The appropriate intervention for this student should be predicated upon cultivating an effective de-escalation strategy for any emotional outbursts while also constructing an appropriate strategy that can prevent the bulk of the student's problematic behavior. Therefore, several strategies can be implemented that will allow for the student to perform better while in class and mitigate the negative behavior that is currently disrupting their learning as well as other students. As was mentioned in the previous summary, the use of a learning portfolio is effective because the student has the ability to track their own behavior with the assistance of the portfolio, which enables them to chart outbursts as well as any emotions that they feel led to classroom outbursts. In addition, they can monitor their progress, which should be in collusion with the teacher also monitoring the student's behavior in a student portfolio.

Other strategies that should be incorporated with this approach include clearly and concisely outlining the rules and guidelines that all students' must follow in the classroom while also using visual reminders for the student with ADHD as these students rely upon visual aides to monitor their behavior as they have problems with working memory. The teacher can use signals or gestures to indicate a special code between ...

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Intervention based on a Functional Behavioral Assessment is designed.

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