Including Elementary Students in the Functional Behavior Assessment – Behavior Intervention Process Public

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  • The present study seeks to develop a functional behavior assessment interview (FBAI) that would allow elementary aged students to participate in the assessment process. In particular, the assessment will address if elementary students are able to accurately predict the causes of their problem behaviors and identify when they are likely to have issues and what type of support would increase their success. A FBAI is an individual-focused process used to determine the function of problem behavior within an environmental context, and is used with teachers and students to form a better guide for the development of behavior interventions. After developing the interview protocol, experts in the field of function-based support will be asked to provide information about whether the questions are sufficient for assessment and if they are asked in a way that is understandable for elementary aged children. Previous literature has documented the accuracy of student-based information for students in 6th grade and higher, therefore, the expected significance of this project is in extended previous findings to elementary students.
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