Positive Intervention Plan
Following an Applied Behavioral Assessment and the function causing disruptive behavior is identified, a Positive Behavioral Intervention Plan (PBIP) is developed for each student.
A PBIP is a very detailed plan that is based on information gathered during the Functional Assessment. It provides support and strategies that can be used to reduce the problematic behavior and replace it with something else that is more socially acceptable. The Positive Behavior Intervention Plan lists many recommendations and strategies to be used, many of which are described under Specialized Classroom Management (Boys Town Educational Model).