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1 Action Plan Action Plan: Working in a School and Developing an IEP Zachary Dib National University ABA 610 May 1, 2021
2 Action Plan Action Plan Use of an Applied Behavior Analysis approach to working in the schools necessitate characteristics and traits such as learning readiness, leadership abilities, communicating and listening skills, and teamwork. While having these values, it is critical to be open and interactive in every working environment. When an ABA therapist agrees to practice in a school setting, we must be mindful of the many procedures and individuals we will be working with in order to ensure a child's progress. An ABA therapist should have a strategy in place for entering the school system and establishing and determining the reciprocal work relationships that are required to support children. I'll talk about how I'd go into a new school, learn about the community, form interpersonal partnerships, and collaborate with others on an Individual Education Program (IEP). Examine How the School Works Those who want to serve in schools must consider how the education system operates, including decision-making procedures, various levels of the school system, and school officials. When I first start at a new school, my first priority is to learn about the roles and processes of the school system, such as the organization, administrators, and goals. While schools may be a complicated and multilayered structure, a simple understanding is required. As mentioned in the publication "How Schools Work," there are several sectors within the educational system that must be discussed and considered (Carr and Modzeleski, 2014). To deepen my understanding, I will do research on the individual school and its district in order to get a better understanding of the school's past, interests, and events. I'd like to know who are the decision-makers in the school's basic goals and values, such as school activities, rules, and preferences. As a school employee, knowing who has the authority to make decisions, such as the district, state, or educators, may assist me in determining who to contact for support and concerns. My goal in doing so is to learn more, participate, and encourage these projects and events. “Working in the
3 Action Plan education sector requires a certain level of give and take, much like any other relationship” (Carr and Modzeleski, 2014, p.29). I can approach others inside the school after doing study on the school and being acquainted with the school leaders. “These initial interactions will also aid in the formation of a network of partnerships with your school partner, as well as the identification of a “champion”... Athletes have the drive and determination to assist you in navigating very treacherous seas and advancing change” (Carr and Modzeleski, 2014, p. 30). I should make initial contact with those with whom I will

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