Wash. Admin. Code § 392-172A-01031 - Behavioral intervention plan
A behavioral intervention plan is a plan incorporated into a student's IEP if determined necessary by the IEP team for the student to receive FAPE. The behavioral intervention plan, at a minimum, describes:
(1) The pattern of behavior(s) that impedes the student's learning or the learning of others;
(2) The instructional and/or environmental conditions or circumstances that contribute to the pattern of behavior(s) being addressed by the IEP team;
(3) The positive behavioral interventions and supports to:
(a) Reduce the pattern of behavior(s) that impedes the student's learning or the learning of others and increases the desired prosocial behaviors;
(b) Ensure the consistency of the implementation of the positive behavioral interventions across the student's school-sponsored instruction or activities;
(4) The skills that will be taught and monitored as alternatives to challenging behavior(s) for a specific pattern of behavior of the student.
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