High Need Students:
Individual systems refer to specific supports for students who engage
in chronic problem behavior.
- a process exists for teachers to request assistance with a student
- a student support team exists to receive referrals, identify and
assess problems, collect data for use in decision making, identify
steps, communicate with family members
- the student support team includes at least one individual skilled at
conducting functional behavioral assessment
- procedures and structures exist for integrating community-based resources
in action planning and service delivery when necessary
- behavior is monitored and feedback provided regularly to the student
services team, relevant staff, and family members
- formal opportunities exist for family members to receive training on
behavioral support and positive parenting strategies
Examine the procedures in your school for helping students
who have, or at risk for, emotional and behavioral problems.
- How do teachers at your school request
there a formal structure for how assistance is provided?
does the student support team function?
- How are community-based
resources integrated into the planning process and
- Who on your school staff coordinates these efforts?
- How are family members integrated into the planning
and service delivery process?
- What recommendations would you
make for improving the individual systems within
- Identify next steps for moving from recommendations
Video Field Trip - Meet with a Student Support Team that include family
and community representatives.
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