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important to know the titles of each staff and who to communicate with when an intervention is placed.I would also explore and observe classrooms and parts of the school and see what is available in terms of places students with challenging behavior can go. Settings that provides as a good place to cope or a place that is safe for students can help in reducing behaviors.Building a relationship and understanding a client before an IEP is very important. Chances are that the only person in the IEP that really knows the students behavior is the teacher, who sees the student on a daily basis. Not knowing what the student behavior is and going off on data alone does not help in fully understanding or reiterating to other staffs the students behavior.
Conclusion:Based on the interview the teachers are very well educated in PBIS, and focuses on the well being of their students. Being able to work well with other staffs is also important in that consistency is the key to improving behaviors. The teachers are very supported when it comes to working with assistants and interventionist and focuses on building strong bonds. This not only allows for a positive climate, but also helps when staffs and teachers implement strategies.
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