Student Behavior Intervention Plan.
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Develop a mock Behavior Intervention Plan for a student at the targeted level from one of the pseudo case studies below. Please use the blank Behavior Intervention Plan to create your plan. You may use either the Word or the pdf form found on this website.

Case Study #1

Problem: Mr. Lewis, a general education teacher, repeatedly had problems when leading a class discussion with his 5th graders. No matter how involved in the topic the students were, there was usually a student sitting in the back who would talk, shout out silly answers, and play with objects he/she had brought from home. He has asked you, the special education teacher, to assist with this situation.

Case Study #2

Problem: Samantha was one of the most provocative and disruptive 10th grade students Miss Hall had ever taught. Throughout class, she continuously talked to boys and teased students sitting near her. She made inappropriate and sarcastic remarks in response to almost anything Miss Hall said. When confronted, Samantha grinned charmingly and responded with exaggerated courtesy, to the delight of the other students. Miss Hall has asked you, the special education teacher, to assist with this situation.

Case Study #3

Problem: Mrs. Levitt had a great deal of trouble with a 1st grader named Kevin. Kevin was a very angry child from a broken home. His mother was totally non-supportive. At least five times a day, Kevin would lose his temper if he didn’t get his way. On these occasions, he would yell and scream at anyone who frustrated him. His temper kept the class on edge throughout the entire day. Mrs. Levitt has asked you, the special education teacher, to assist with this situation.

Include in your Behavior Intervention Plan form:

The academic and behavioral screening and/or assessments to be used including reasons for their selection.
Assessment information used to identify the student’s academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs.
Two measurable goals and objectives for the student.
Three different evidenced-based strategies to help the student reach the two goals and explain the purpose behind those selected.
A description of the collaborative process you would use to develop and implement the plan. List those persons (stakeholders) involved by role.