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:
North LC, See Description on January 4th, 2022, 8:30AM - 3:30PM
5140 N. Pine Hills Rd., Orlando, FL 32808
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 North Learning Community (5146 N. Pine Hills Rd., Pine Hills, FL 32808). The training will be held in room 116.
Your instructors for this course are: Diana Ferreira, Lesley Green, and Lisa McDonald.