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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgments
Introduction
IDEA Rights and Requirements
IEP Team Roles and Responsibilities
Why a Functional Assessment of Behavior is Important
Conducting a Functional
Behavioral Assessment
Identifying the Problem Behavior
Possible Alternative Assessment Strategies
Techniques for Conducting the Functional Behavioral Assessment
Indirect Assessment
Direct Assessment
Data Analysis
Hypothesis Statement
Individuals Assessing Behavior
Behavior Intervention Plans
Addressing Skill Deficits
Addressing Performance Deficits
Addressing Both Skill and
Performance Deficits
Modifying the Learning Environment
Providing Supports
Evaluating the Behavior Intervention Plan
Summary
Resources
Appendix A
Appendix B
 

Prepared By The Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice

Mary Magee Quinn, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice
Robert A. Gable, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Old Dominion University
Robert B. Rutherford, Jr., Ph.D., Research Fellow, Arizona State University
C. Michael Nelson, Ed.D., Research Fellow, University Of Kentucky
Kenneth W. Howell, Ph.D., Research Fellow, Western Washington University

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