A behavior plan for a 14 year old

A behavior plan for a 14 year old

A behavior plan for a 14 year old

Please write a behavior plan for a 14 year old emotionally disturbed white male named Hayden. The behavior plan should be at least one page and then one page for the narrative.

For this assignment, you will be assuming the role of a special educator and will create a behavior plan. As you have read in the Instructor Guidance and throughout this course, a behavior plan
* Provides more intensive intervention and monitoring.
* Increases support around the student’s specific needs.
* Provides an individualized behavior plan which becomes part of the individualized education program (IEP).
* Addresses targeted issues in a specific functional and evidence-based manner.
* Involves active collaboration with teachers, support staff, the student, and parents.
* Helps teachers to address behaviors and issues consistently across subjects, rooms, and sessions.
Bridging this real-life experience with the theories of instruction in the virtual course environment, this assignment mirrors a career building experience.
Instructions: The document that you will be creating is known as the Behavior Plan, it specifically identifies and addresses behaviors considered to be inappropriate and/or dangerous. It is a plan that changes the environment to shape a student’s behavior in a positive manner. Replacement behaviors are then identified and designed for the purpose of changing the inappropriate behaviors to something more appropriate. Also included in this plan are positive behavioral interventions, strategies, and supports.
Use the below guidelines and attached rubric to create the Behavior Plan.
Content Expectations: (Note: There are two parts to this assignment.)

 

How do you change a 14 year olds attitude?

 

A behavior plan for a 14 year old

Part One: Using the rubric attached, complete the attached Positive Behavior Intervention Plan

Download Positive Behavior Intervention Plan
to include:
* Demographic information
* Prevention: Environmental factors and necessary changes
* Alternatives: Functional factors and new functionally-equivalent behaviors to teach and support
* Effective reaction: Reactive strategies to positively promote change
* Outcome: Measurable behavioral goals and analysis
* Communication: Communication provisions
* Participation: List the collaborative participants in plan development
Part Two: Narrative—Submit a separate document that includes the following:
* Terms:Describe the target behavior to be addressed in this plan using observable terms to describe.
* Relevancy: Analyze how the process of creating a behavior plan is relevant to your current profession or future professional goals.
* Reflection:Reflect on the process of creating a behavior plan. Include elements of observation, collaboration, parent engagement, and student input.