Full course description
Course Description/Meeting Summary:
In this course participants will be able to define functional behavior assessment, review processes and steps to conduct the assessment (both indirect and direct), discuss how to develop a hypothesis and develop a Functional Behavior Assessment. Participants will be able to implement areas of intervention into the behavior intervention plan, discuss monitoring and evaluate the behavior intervention plan across all settings.
- In-Service Points: 6
- Component Number: 6403002
Meeting Locations and Times:
East LC, Portable, Cottage 4 on February 23rd, 2023, 8:30AM - 3:30PM
601 Woodbury Rd., Orlando, FL 32828
Full Description/Meeting Details:
This course will provide participants with the information and tools necessary to develop a functional behavior assessment and behavior intervention plan for ESE students whose behavior is interfering with their learning. Participants will be introduced to a collaborative problem-solving process that will help them to document setting demographics, collect student data, and assess the function of the student's behavior. Participants will also learn how to develop a hypothesis to help guide them in the development of a competing behavior pathway. As well as, learn the specific components of a behavior intervention plan and how to develop strategies based on functions. Lastly, participants will learn how to evaluate the behavior intervention plan to determine if a change is necessary.
This training will be located at the East Learning Community, Cottage 4 (601 Woodbury Road, Orlando, FL 32828/ behind Discovery Middle School).
Course instructors: Lisa McDonald, Diana Ferreira, and Tracey Wollam