Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)
Provides more intensive intervention and monitoring
Helps teachers to address behaviors and issues consistently across subjects, rooms, sessions, etc
When students demonstrate significant emotional difficulties that interfere with learning and/or others, including frustration, anxiety, depression, fear, etc
When students exhibit consistent and significant behavior problems that interfere with their learning and/or others in the class
Strategies for Jake:
After tracking and analyzing the behaviors function, utilize one of the behavior plan forms to create a plan as to which specific behaviors you will address and what specific interventions and class supports you will provide to address the behaviors.
Meet with the student, teachers, parent, and support staff to review the behavior plan, giving copies to everyone and having everyone sign the plan