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The OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
This website offers resources, examples, presentations, and research on PBIS. Resources are organized by topic and audience.
The National Center on Intensive Interventions (NCII)
o Introduction to Data-Based Individualization (DBI): Considerations for Implementation in Academics and Behavior (DBI Training Series Module 1)
o Monitoring Student Progress for Behavioral Interventions (DBI Training Series Module 3)
o Using FBA for Diagnostic Assessment in Behavior (DBI Training Series Module 6)
o Designing and Delivering Intensive Intervention in Behavior (DBI Training Series Module 8)
- Webinars https://intensiveintervention.org/type/webinars?page=1
- Tools Charts. Ratings of the scientific rigor of commercially available tools and interventions that can be used as part of a data-based individualization program. https://intensiveintervention.org/about-charts-resources
- Behavior and classroom management resources http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/iris-resource-locator/?term=behavior-classroom-management
- Evidence-Based Practice Summaries http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/ebp/
Evidence Based Intervention Network
- Acquisition Interventions: The student needs help learning the appropriate behavior
- Proficiency (Gets Something) Interventions: The child gains something (e.g. attention) when they engage in the problem behavior.
- Proficiency (Escape Something) Interventions: The Child is able to avoid something (e.g. academic or social task) when they engage in the problem behavior.
- Generalization Interventions: The student needs help doing the behavior in a new setting, time or manner
- Classwide Interventions
Method for progress monitoring standard and individualized behaviors.
Response to Intervention Action Network
Many students with behavioral concerns also struggle academically, which may influence behavior. This website has many resources related to data-based decision making, academic assessment, and multi-level prevention systems.
Other Internet Resources Organized by Level of Support
- Florida’s Positive Behavior Support Project: Tier 1 Modules. These modules provide information on elements of Tier 1 implementation, including office discipline referral forms, developing effective consequences, teaching appropriate behavior, and developing a schoolwide reward system. (http://flpbis.cbcs.usf.edu/tiers/tier1.html)
- Tier 2 Overview This is a comprehensive guide to all the steps for implementation of targeted supports in PBIS.
- Check In Check Out, Michigan’s Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative (MiBLSi). This website provides a collection of information and resources on implementing check in/check out as a Tier 2 intervention. (http://miblsi.cenmi.org/MiBLSiModel/Implementation/ElementarySchools/TierIISupports/Behavior/TargetBehaviorInterventions/CheckInCheckOut.aspx)
- Functional Behavioral Assessment [FBA], Behavioral Intervention Plans [BIPs], and Positive Interventions and Supports from the Virginia Department of Education. This 24-page document offers a comprehensive description of FBA and BIPs and their relationhip to special education law and practice.
- Parents’ Guide to Functional Assessment and Support from the University of Oregon.
- What Is a Behavior Intervention Plan? from Understood. This resource provides an overview of BIPs, what should be included in a plan, and what to remember when writing a plan.
Berry Kuchle, L., Littman J., Elledge, A., & McInerney, M. (2014). Course Enhancement Module: Evidence-Based Behavioral Interventions. Gainesville, FL: The CEEDAR Center. Retrieved on (month day, year,) from http://www.ceedar.org
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