Some students with disabilities may show behaviors which are challenging for parents and teachers to handle at home and at school.  Often, the behaviors rise from a difficulty related to the child's disability-  such as the ability to communicate what they need, the abIlity to regulate their emotional state, the ability to tolerate changes to the environment, or sensory sensitivities to light, touch or sounds. For students in Special Education, the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team will address any behavioral issues which are getting in the way of the student participating in the classroom and interacting with peers.  




Worksheet/Form  Instructions Sample
Behavior Continuum Chart    
Positive Behavior Intervention Plan PBIP PBIP Sample - Paul.pdf 
Comprehensive Behavior Intervention Plan CBIP CBIP Sample.pdf 
Positive Behavior Classroom Implementation Plan PBCIP PBCIP Samples