Fucntional Assessment Direct Observation Tool | Functional Analysis Screening Tool (FAST)

Fucntional Assessment Direct Observation Tool | Functional Analysis Screening Tool (FAST)

The 4 Functions of Behavior: Just Take a SEAT! Great resource for identifying why behaviors occur in your classroom!

The 4 Functions of Behavior: Just Take a SEAT! Great resource for identifying why behaviors occur in your classroom!

Showing how direct observation and informant methods give you correlational data while functional analysis give you causation.

Showing how direct observation and informant methods give you correlational data while functional analysis give you causation.

Image depicts the three types of functional assessment: direct observation, informant methods and functional analysis.

Image depicts the three types of functional assessment: direct observation, informant methods and functional analysis.

Self injurious behaviors are, unfortunately, not unusual for kids with special needs. These behaviors could be anything from biting, hitting or even banging their head on the walls or furniture. Here are some tips to help you sort through why your child is displaying the behavior and how you can help them stop.

6 Strategies for Addressing Self-Injurious Behaviors

Self injurious behaviors are, unfortunately, not unusual for kids with special needs. These behaviors could be anything from biting, hitting or even banging their head on the walls or furniture. Here are some tips to help you sort through why your child is displaying the behavior and how you can help them stop.

How to Conduct a Functional Assessment & Develop Behavior Plans to Reduce Problem Behavior  - A Functional Analysis is an assessment by which the controlling environmental variables (functions) of behavior are identified. Once variables or functions are identified they can be manipulated to change behavior . After a Functional Analysis, interventions that are least restrictive, and have the best possibility of accelerating or decelerating a behavior can be implemented.

How to Conduct a Functional Assessment & Develop Behavior Plans to Reduce Problem Behavior - A Functional Analysis is an assessment by which the controlling environmental variables (functions) of behavior are identified. Once variables or functions are identified they can be manipulated to change behavior . After a Functional Analysis, interventions that are least restrictive, and have the best possibility of accelerating or decelerating a behavior can be implemented.

Help students learn and remember the parts of the plant cell using this diagram crossword.  BONUS ACTIVITY:  When they've completed the crossword, get them to cut out the diagram, glue it on a separate page and label the parts of the diagram.  This activity would work well within an interactive notebook as well. It can function as an assessment of learning, or it can serve as another reinforcement activity. Afterwards, they have a handy labeled diagram to help them review.

Plant Cell Crossword with Diagram {Editable}

Help students learn and remember the parts of the plant cell using this diagram crossword. BONUS ACTIVITY: When they've completed the crossword, get them to cut out the diagram, glue it on a separate page and label the parts of the diagram. This activity would work well within an interactive notebook as well. It can function as an assessment of learning, or it can serve as another reinforcement activity. Afterwards, they have a handy labeled diagram to help them review.

What the Difference Between FBA and a Functional Analysis? http://appliedbehavioralstrategies.wordpress.com/2012/02/06/whats-the-difference-between-an-fba-and-a-functional-analysis/

What’s the Difference Between an FBA and a Functional Analysis?

What the Difference Between FBA and a Functional Analysis? http://appliedbehavioralstrategies.wordpress.com/2012/02/06/whats-the-difference-between-an-fba-and-a-functional-analysis/

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