Setting Event Strategy Examples • Work with parents on establishing a morning routine. • Help parent find housing. • Encourage a check-up with pediatrician. • Provide information to parents about attention deficit disorder. • Seek out tutorial help for student in reading.
Antecedent Strategies • Things adults can do to decrease chance of problem behavior. • Things adults can do to increase chance of replacement or desired behavior. • Environmental and procedural changes • Allow student work with a buddy. • Provide more group & interactive instruction. • Stand by student during directions and check in individually afterward. • Have a study carrel available for students.
Teaching Behaviors • Review of skills already taught • Whole class • Small group • Individual • Direct instruction • Behavior skills • Academic skills • Social skills • Coping skills • Review specific social skills taught in second step in a small group. • Teach student to raise hand instead of calling out. • Provide extra tutoring or pre-teaching of the math lesson. • Teach slow breathing.
Modifying Consequences • Reduce the “payoff” the student gets from the problem behavior. • Provide a positive outcome for desired or replacement behavior. • Meet student needs when desired behavior is exhibited. • Teach the class to ignore when a student makes silly noises. • Student remains in the classroom rather than going to office. • Behavior chart for raising hand. • Give positive verbal feedback to student.
Let’s work together!!! • Brainstorm strategies to address setting events. • Brainstorm strategies to address antecedents. • Brainstorm—teaching alternative, coping and replacement behaviors. • Brainstorm strategies for modifying consequences.
Share out • With your group chose one idea from each category to share with the larger group. • Setting Event Strategies • Antecedent Strategies • Teaching Strategies • Consequence Modification Strategies
Progress Monitoring • How will you know if the FBA is working? • Do you have a data collection process for: • ODRs? • CI/CO data • Can the teacher keep a tally of behavior decreases or behavior increases? • Can the student self-monitor?
Action Planning • Where will the Brief FBA process fit in your school? • Who will be the FBA facilitators? • How will you identify appropriate students? • Use Tier 2/Secondary Action Plan to create action plan specific to your school *****Remember to take your time and do things well*****
Feedback • What did you get from today? • What do you still need?