Improving FBA/BIP Practices in Schools: Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) Model and FBA/BIP Technical Adequacy Tool for Evaluation (TATE)
This presentation will introduce the Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) Model of a standardized FBA/BIP process. PTR was evaluated by a randomized controlled trial and found to be more effective than typical behavior supports. Participants will be given an overview of the four-step model, adaptations to make it feasible in school settings, and a job-embedded professional development framework. Participants will be introduced to the Technical Adequacy Tool for Evaluation (TATE), a quantitative tool, to evaluate whether a completed Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) meets the essential components of an evidence-based FBA/BIP. Please bring a copy of a current FBA/BIPs and learn how to score the quality of its completion using the TATE. It is also recommended that campuses send a team such as PBIS team, RTI for Behavior team, etc.
School personnel - PBIS teams, RTI-Behavior teams, Counselors, 504 Coordinators (District and Campus), Administrators, Behavior Specialists, Diagnosticians/LSSPs, Special Education/General Education Teachers, All levels
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