What can participants expect to change in their knowledge, implementation, and ability to improve FBA/BIP practices in their schools?
Data below is from the fall sessions of Enhancing FBAs & BIPs
Participant knowledge of the four interventions (see above) increased from only 50% or more of participants being at least "mostly knowledgeable" to 100% feeling "very knowledgeable" for three of the interventions and "mostly knowledgeable" for the fourth!
The same rate of change showed when asked about their perceived level of comfort in their ability to implement each of the interventions.
After participation, 100% of respondents indicated having a "strong understanding" of the connection of how implementing class-wide/universal strategies can help improve the FBA/BIP practices in their school.
Lastly, 100% of respondents also indicated they were "mostly comfortable" (67%) or "very comfortable" (33%) in their ability to analyze the impact of implementing classiwde behavior supports in their schools after attending the sessions.