Sample behavior plans

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A good behavior intervention plan (BIP) can make a big difference in how a student with special needs acts and reacts in a school setting. Seeing behavior plans that others have put together can help you be an active participant in the planning process. Here are some examples of successful behavior plans — and blank forms that some school districts use to make them. (posted May 3, 2012)
http://specialchildren.about.com/od/specialeducation/qt/behaviorplan.htm?nl=1

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