Behavior Intervention


 According to this week's Web Resource, LD Online, a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) is "…a plan that includes positive strategies, program modifications, and supplementary aids and supports that address a student's disruptive behaviors and allows the child to be educated in the least restrictive environment (LRE)."


Source: "Glossary" (2010): LD Online. Retrieved from


Refer to this week's readings and explore LD online in order to prepare for this week's Seminar. Come prepared to discuss:


1.        What are three (3) strategies for reducing and preventing behavior problems in the preschool classroom?


2.        Share an experience you have had with a behavior problem you have witnessed either as a student or teacher and describe the problem as well as the resolution. Do you think the action taken was effective and appropriate? What would you have done differently?


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