Using the Competing Behavior Pathway to Identify Interventions- Module 1, Queens RPC

5/18/2023

2:00 PM-3:30 PM


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Registration open through 5/17/2023 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Details
In the “Introduction to the Behavior Pathway: The Basis for Understanding Behavior and Behavior Supports” training, participants learned how to accurately observe and understand a child’s challenging behavior, what environmental factors are triggering, maintaining and/or reinforcing it, and why the child is engaging in the behavior. This professional learning series will build upon that content to enable you to complete the Competing Behavior Pathway tool which helps educators and school providers to then identify and develop Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) intervention strategies for children in need of Tier-3 intensive behavioral support interventions. We further discuss the importance of the contextual fit of these interventions because it takes a team approach to develop and implement a PTR plan and to ensure that it will be implemented with fidelity.
Participants will learn how to select function-based behavioral strategies, how to implement the strategies to fidelity and how to progress monitor PTR behavioral strategies to determine student learning and growth.

Continuing Education
CTLE: Hours - 1.5

Location

Virtual

 

Access Link to Training will be sent after completion of registration.




Contact


NYC Department of Education - Special Education Office

 

Zachary Miller - ZMiller@schools.nyc.gov