SELPA: Behavior Function and Intervention Matching – the Key to Effective Intervention – PENT Series 2 of 4

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SELPA: Behavior Function and Intervention Matching – the Key to Effective Intervention – PENT Series 2 of 4

Date(s)
Tuesday, Nov 19, 2019
Time
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location
Presenter(s)
Moses/Stoll
Course ID
9048
Spaces Left
39
Sponsor
SELPA
Contact
Sarah Stolpe
Phone
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Understanding the function of behavior is essential in designing effective behavior interventions. This interactive training experience will present how the Competing Pathway model of behavior is the “key” to creating meaningful plans geared to improve student outcomes. Once we have an understanding of why a behavior may be occurring then we must find an intervention that matches student need. Intervention matching by intensity of intervention (whole group, select group, or intensive individualized), and type of intervention (skills-based or motivational) will also be explored. This will be a very fun workshop designed to provide you with tools and ideas that will strengthen student behavioral interventions!

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