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  1. Functional Behavior AnalysisPositive Behavioral Support http://cecp.air.org/fba/default.asp http://challengingbehavior.org http://www.csefel.uiuc.edu/

  2. Finish the sentence… • If a child doesn’t know how to read, we … • If a child doesn’t know how to swim, we… • If a child doesn’t know how to multiply, we … • If a child doesn’t know how to behave, we…

  3. Social Skills Essential for Academic Success • Get along with others (parents, teachers, peers) • Following directions • Identifying and regulating one’s emotions and behaviors • Thinking of appropriate solutions to conflict • Persisting on task

  4. Engaging in social conversation and cooperative play • Correctly interpreting other’s behavior and emotions • Feeling good about oneself and others

  5. Outcomes • Peer Interaction • Friendship skills • Recognizing and communicating emotions • Problem solving • Controlling anger and impulse

  6. Preventing Challenging Behavior • Effective classroom environments • Physical arrangement • Teacher engagement in children’s behavior • Scheduling • Rules, routines and rituals

  7. http://www.csefel.uiuc.edu/modules/module2/videos/index.html#7http://www.csefel.uiuc.edu/modules/module2/videos/index.html#7

  8. Functions of Behaviors • All behaviors have a function/purpose • Important to identify the function of challenging behaviors • Take child’s perspective • Function may be to get or to avoid

  9. Avoidance • Sensory stimulation • Attention • Demands • Tasks/activities • people

  10. Obtain • Sensory stimulation • Attention • Objects/materials • People • assistance

  11. Skill deficit • Performance problem

  12. STEPS IN FBA • Describe and verify the seriousness of the problem • Refine the definition of the problem behavior • Collect information on possible functions of the problem behavior • Analyze information using data triangulation or problem pathway analysis

  13. Generate a hypothesis statement regarding the probable function of the problem behavior • Test the hypothesis regarding the function of the problem behavior • Develop and implement a behavioral intervention plan

  14. Monitor the faithfulness of implementation of the plan • Evaluation the effectiveness of the behavior intervention plan • Modify behavior intervention plan as needed