Improving FBA/BIP Practices in Schools: Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) Model Presented by Dr. Rose Iovannone
Dr. Rose Iovannone will introduce the Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) Model of a standardized FBA/BIP process. A collaborative team approach to behavior intervention that’s highly rated by teachers, PTR is your step-by-step solution to addressing students who have serious behavior challenges. Learn about the five steps of the PTR model: teaming and goal setting; collecting data; conducting a PTR functional behavioral assessment; developing a PTR behavior intervention plan; and monitoring progress. See how PTR intervention plans help you prevent problem behaviors, teach replacement skills, and reinforce new skills. Discover user-friendly tools that school teams use to implement PTR effectively. This session is open to current Region One schools and charter schools staff.
Current Region One schools and charter schools staff: K-8 Educators - Special Education teachers, school psychologists, behavior support specialists, behavior analysts, and campus/district administrators
TTESS 1.3 Knowledge of Students
TTESS 3.2 Managing Student Behavior
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