Goals And Objectives Of A Plan For Behavioral Intervention Plan

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1. Behavioral intervention plan: a. Specify goals and objectives (conditions, criteria for acceptable performance) for teaching the replacement behavior(s). Goal #1 During academic tasks, George will remain in his seat (unless permission is given). Teacher will collect data and document it accordingly (i.e. work completed, number of cues given). Objectives: • When provided with a desktop activity, George will complete the task with three out-of-seat behaviors (bathroom use, tissues, sharpen pencil, throwing away trash, etc.) • When provided with a desktop activity, George will complete the task with two out-of-seat behaviors (bathroom use, tissues, sharpen pencil, throwing away trash, etc.) • When provided with a desktop activity, George will…show more content…
He regular ed. teacher, classroom aide, and speech teacher will meet every afternoon briefly to discuss the day. The assistance principal/guidance counselor will also have mandated check-ins once a week. c. Specify a plan for crisis/emergency intervention, if necessary Not applicable. d. Determine schedule to review/modify the intervention plan, as needed. Include dates and criteria for changing/fading the plan. George’s teachers/aide will review his behavioral plan weekly. At the Friday meeting, if changes are needed, the teachers will strategies and combine ideas to decrease his negative behaviors. All teachers involved must agree upon any slight changes. The behavioral plan will be set for a 15-day cycle. Once the cycle is over, a new approach can be substituted or revised.…show more content…
One of the greatest resources was George’s communication journal. Rather than speaking out or distracting the class, he would use his journal to write something down and was able to reflect on his at an appropriate time. George is highly motivated by positive reinforcement. I found that by allowing him to “choose” his reward was extremely effective. He was able to process that by doing his work and following the rules, he would be rewarded. Though George still has behavioral gains to make, this behavioral plan provides him with the ability to achieve academic and behavioral
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