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June 26, 2023

Building a Behavior Intervention Plan

By refining IEP skills, you can better identify and utilize students’ strengths to create goals and objectives that will ensure they reach their full potential. In Course 5254: Mastering the Art of Better IEPs, you’ll learn how to enhance your skills in writing Individual Education Plans (IEPs), whether you are new to the profession or a seasoned veteran looking to refresh your knowledge of due process.

If a student’s behavior is interfering with their ability to learn and perform, they may need the addition of a behavior intervention plan, also known as a BIP. Try out this template from the course to create a Behavior Intervention Plan!

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