But some children take this saying to an entirely different level — their behavioral problems become so bad that they are becoming disruptive in school, unresponsive in social situations, or even dangerous to other kids. If your child is exhibiting problem behaviors at school, you may want to talk to his teacher about creating a behavioral intervention plan. A behavior intervention plan BIP is simply a plan that is designed to reward and reinforce positive behaviors. Behavior intervention plans look different in every instance because they are customized to a specific student and toward specific behaviors.
Thanks a "bunch"! I am a believer in behavior plans and always looking for good ideas! Phenomenal resources Traci! I really love your BIP form!
I love your blog it's amazing! So much time and effort has clearly gone into your posts. We have a four year old boy with Lots of attention seeking I think from reading this post behaviour and your suggestions will help me help him! Keep blogging please! Thank you!