Behavior Intervention Plan
The Behavior Intervention Plan is a detailed plan for implementation of the changes in antecedents, consequences, and replacement behaviors which have been identified to help the student learn more appropriate behavior.
The Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) usually includes baseline data on the frequency and/or severity of the target behavior. The target behavior is defined, the behavioral goal for the student, and specific steps to be implemented leading to an improved result are outlined. The plan also includes a method of collecting data on the student's progress, and dates for follow-up and review of the plan.
Sample Forms for District Use - Sample forms for the FBA process and for BIPs are included in this Resources section. The forms provided are samples which districts may choose to use. Many districts have created or selected their own process and forms for their teachers to use. Each blank form in this section is followed by a completed copy of the same form as an example of its application to a specific student's behavior.
Links/Publications - The following list contains sample resources for more information on positive behavioral supports, Functional Behavior Assessment, Behavior Intervention Plans, and working with students who have behavioral or emotional challenges.
(These resources are examples of materials which may be utilized, but are not a mandatory part of the LRBI Rule. Web sites and publications are also included for information purposes only. This is not an exhaustive list of the resources available)