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Action Plan: School Setting for a Behavior Analyst 1Action Plan: School Setting for a Behavior Analyst Jessica L. Twigden Dr. Boyd National University ABA 610 May 26, 2020 Author Note:Jessica L. Twigden, Department of Educational Administration and School Counseling/ Psychology National University. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Dr. Boyd, Department of Educational Administration and School Counseling. Psychology, San Diego, Ca, 92123
2ACTION PLAN: School SettingAction Plan: School Setting for a Behavior Analyst It is important to understand how to utilize advanced knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis but it is equally important how to integrate this into a school setting. I have examined how to how to work in a school environment consisting of k-13th graders including special education. I have determined how culture is important within a school setting. I also analyzed how to develop a working relationship with teachers, peers, and school authority. I have personal experiences with stakeholders and implementing an Individualize Educational Plan. In this paper, I will discuss a plan of how I will enter a new school as a Behavior Analyst, maintain relationships with the school, and how I can be part of an IEP when needed. How you will enter a new school?When it comes to entering a new school, I should prepare myself the best ways I can implement my job as a behavior analyst. I feel there would be 3-steps I should take: 1. School Goals/