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Individual Behavior Plans & Functional Assessment — A Strategy Brief

from University of Nebraska-Lincoln

The majority of student misbehavior is successfully addressed through the use of school-wide rules and universal or secondary supports/interventions; however, some students require the use of more concentrated and intensive supports. For this population, individual behavior plans and functional assessments can prove beneficial in pinpointing and addressing the unique needs of students. Typically, a team of knowledgeable professionals is responsible for creating behavior plans based on sound behavior theory and data-based decision making. Extensive research has been conducted on individual behavior plans and functional assessment, yielding positive results. However, these results should be interpreted carefully due to the individual nature of each plan and circumstances surrounding student behavior.

Click on the following link for more information on Individual Behavior Plans & Functional Assessment: (http://go.unl.edu/iye5). Then click on the red button to download the pdf and read more. Find Strategy Briefs on over forty other topics at: http://go.unl.edu/pvrm. more


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