Addressing Behavior Through FBAs, IEPs, and BIPs (Now with narration - 9/5/12) - An interactive presentation designed to improve practice in using functional behavioral assessments (FBAs), Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), and behavior intervention plans (BIPs) to address behavioral needs of students with disabilities.
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Schools provide occupational therapy when a child with a disability requires this related service to assist the child to benefit from special education. Occupational therapists use purposeful activity to facilitate a child's active participation in self-maintenance; academic and vocational pursuits; and play or leisure activities that occur in school environments.
State and Federal Laws
- May 2006 Memo: Chapter 115, WI Stats., Significant Changes in State Special Education Law Effective July 1, 2006 - (5/23/06)
- Chapter 115, Wis. Stats. Scroll down to Public Instruction, Chapter 115.
- PI 11, Wis. Admin. Code
Identification of Children with Significant Developmental Delays (SDD) in Wisconsin
This Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) training webcast was designed to introduce viewers to traumatic brain injury and its impact on learning and behavior. Material covered includes basic definitions, information on brain structures and their functions, common problems seen in school, steps to educational evaluation and programming, and additional resources. This webcast is meant only to be an introduction to brain injury--a starting point for those interested in understanding brain injury and in creating effective educational interventions.