Reducing the Use of Seclusion and/or Restraint through the Use of Functional Behavior Assessment. Fall 2010 MO-CASE Conference Dr. Staci M. Mathes Raytown Quality Schools email@example.com. Process for Students with Behavioral Concerns.
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Fall 2010 MO-CASE Conference
Dr. Staci M. Mathes
Raytown Quality Schools
*Does not list discipline logs
First section of FBA-Data Sources
***Many times this data is more readily available.
***Many times this data has not been readily available for problem-solving meetings.
How many times?
How long does the outburst/shut down last?
How long has it been happening?
How many adults are involved when the behavior occurs?
What is the level of severity?
Given by an adult
Examples of things that Naturally occur in the environment
Classroom & Anger Skills
What should we manipulate?
*It is NOT bribery, it is predetermined that they will receive it upon performance (like your paycheck)
*It is interest-based
*It is reasonable & enforceable
*It is not always tangible
Consequences for appropriate behavior
Consequences for inappropriate behavior
***At least quarterly reviews after team follow-up
You are working too hard to plan for students not to think about function and develop behavior plans. It’s EFFICIENT & EFFECTIVE to use FBA to guide your planning!
Review your FBA and behavior plan on a regular basis-functions can change, incentives can change, and consequences may lose their effectiveness