Review the “Angel Case Study” to inform the assignment that

 

Review the “Angel Case Study” to inform the assignment that follows.

Part 1: Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)

Analyze the case study, initial data, and FBA data found in the “Angel Case Study.” In 250-500 words, summarize and analyze the findings of the FBA addressing the following:

  • Frequency of incidents
  • Interaction with peers
  • Consequences of the behavior
  • Hypothesis for the function of the behavior: Why do you think the student is acting out?

Support your analysis with a minimum of two scholarly resources.

Part 2: Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)

Propose a BIP based on the FBA data provided in the “Angel Case Study.”

In 500-750 words, using the “Behavior Intervention (BIP) Template,” create a behavior intervention plan for Angel that includes the following:

  • Three measureable behavioral goals for the student to work toward.
  • At least two evidence-based motivational and instructional interventions that teach the student how to adapt his behavior in the classroom, while teaching skills that can also be used in different environments.
  • Engaging rewards and reinforcements that encourage quality learning and performance, and provide the student with guiding feedback.
  • Specific collaborative steps the special education teacher can take to help the general education teacher implement the interventions and create a safe, inclusive, culturally responsive learning environment that engages the student in meaningful learning activities and social interactions.
  • How and at what intervals the team will evaluate the student’s success on his goals.
  • Two safety interventions that can be implemented if the student’s behavior escalates and he becomes physically violent while in school.
  • How you will maintain student confidentiality during the implementation of the plan.

Support the plan with a minimum of three scholarly resources, in addition to the CEC Ethical Principles and Professional Practice Standards for Special Educators.