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What are Positive Behavior Plans and How Do You Create One?

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Overview

Has a student ever come into your class with an established Positive Behavior Plan in place? Have you ever had to fill out a chart in one of those Plans and wondered why? Would you be able to create a Positive Behavior Plan for one of your students? In this webinar, we are going to cover the importance of Positive Behavior Plans and the basics of how to create one. Weíll also discuss the importance of discretion, how to keep the studentís information private, and what the class should know. While all students can benefit from positive behavior plans, they can be particularly helpful for many special needs students. The specific examples used for illustration in this webinar will be for autistic children; however, the strategies and processes can be applied to any student.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 @ 4:30 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Learning Theories & Strategies, Response to Intervention (RTI), Special Education
Tags: autisim, behavior strategies, DOLse, positive behavior plans, RTI, special needs

Reviews (78)

 
loved it
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I loved all of the information in this webinar.
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I loved all of this great information.
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Consistency is key! Thanks so much for sharing your experiences.
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Thank you for sharing
 
Very insightful and a little scary with the legally binding aspect of IEPs
 
Thank you for all the information. I think I needed the reminder to make sure to follow through with rewards, regardless of child. Sometimes time gets away from us, and then rewarded time isn't the priority. But it should be to help those kiddos who need it.
 
very interesting.
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This will help me make sure to reward my students who are on a behavior plan when they are successful on their tasks.
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great info
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