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FBA Step 4

Consider relevant background information and setting events

TIPS

  • Describe background information about the student that would be helpful to understand the problem behavior.

  • Describe any known, documented, and relevant background information about the student (don't guess or make assumptions about these items)

  • Indicate either no Setting Events could be clearly identified from data collected.                                            

OR

  • If at least one Setting Event was identified:

    • Identify the Setting Event(s) and describe how they relate to the Problem Behavior

    • Include identified Setting Event(s) in the Functional Hypothesis

 

BIP TIP!

Strategies to address identified Setting Event(s) and/or Background Information will be included in Step 2 of the BIP, Antecedent/Setting Event Strategies

RESOURCES

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