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Function-based Behavior Support at the Team, School and District Levels. Rob Horner, George Sugai and Celeste Dickey University of Oregon and Bethel School District www.pbis.org www.bethel.k12.us.or/schools/ebs. Questions. Next Meeting Dates? March 28, 30 Please review the “Team Checklist”

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function based behavior support at the team school and district levels

Function-based Behavior Support at the Team, School and District Levels

Rob Horner, George Sugai and Celeste Dickey

University of Oregon and Bethel School District

www.pbis.org

www.bethel.k12.us.or/schools/ebs

questions
Questions
  • Next Meeting Dates?
    • March 28, 30
  • Please review the “Team Checklist”
    • www.pbssurveys.org
  • How do we put SWIS data into AIERES?
    • S-DEX
goals
Goals
  • Define the concept of “behavioral function”
  • Identify how this concept improves:
    • School-wide behavior support
    • Targeted behavior support
    • Individual behavior support
basic messages
Basic Messages
  • Behavioral Function
    • The consequence that maintains a behavior.
      • Obtain/Get positive (events, objects, activities, sensations)
      • Avoid/Escape negative (events, objects, activities, sensations)
  • The effectiveness and efficiency of behavior support is improved with knowledge of behavioral function.
  • Developing support without regard for behavioral functional will result in plans that are as likely to make problem behavior WORSE as to produce improvement.
defining behavioral function
Defining Behavioral Function
  • Define the behavior
    • Be specific, and operational (what you can count)
  • Define the routine/context
    • Place the behavior in a context.
  • In that context, that behavior, by that student is most likely maintained by ????
    • Focus on the single most controlling consequence
    • Use three-step logic model
identifying behavioral function maintaining consequences
Identifying Behavioral Function: Maintaining Consequences

Given a Problem Behavior and Routine

Get: Object, Activity, Sensation

Avoid: Object, Activity, Sensation

Object/

Activity

Social

Object/

Activity

Physiological

Social

Physiological

Precise

Event

Precise

Event

Precise

Event

Precise

Event

Precise

Event

Precise

Event

video
Video
  • Define Behavior
  • Define Context/ Routine
  • Define behavioral function
    • Get/Obtain vs. Escape/Avoid
    • Social/Object/Activity/Sensation?
    • Specific Event
using behavioral function
Using Behavioral Function
  • School-wide Prevention
  • Targeted Interventions
  • Individual Student Interventions
    • Functional Behavioral Assessment
functional behavioral assessment defined
Functional Behavioral Assessment: Defined
  • Functional behavioral assessment is a process for identifying (a) observable problem behaviors, (b) the contexts or routines where the problem behaviors are most likely, (c) the specific antecedent events within a context or routine that reliably predict occurrence of problem behaviors, and (d) the consequences that appear to maintain the problem behavior.
functional behavioral assessment purpose
Functional Behavioral Assessment:Purpose
  • The primary purpose of a functional behavioral assessment is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of a behavior intervention plan.
  • An FBA that does not affect the content of a BIP is not useful.
behavior support elements
Behavior Support Elements

Bennazi

Ingram

*Team

*Specialist

Problem Behavior

*Hypothesis statement

*Competing Behavior Analysis

*Technical Adequacy of Plan

Functional Assessment

*Implementation Plan

* Contextual Fit

Content of Support Plan

Fidelity of Implementation

*Monitor, Adapt

*Person-centered planning

* Wraparound

Impact on Behavior and Lifestyle

summary
Summary
  • Focusing on the “behavioral function” of problem behavior places the challenge in the context rather than the student.
  • Behavioral function affects how we organize support at all levels of SWPBS.