Strategies for Preventing Problem Behavior


Session Abstract

The role of paraeducators within the school structure has evolved (Douglas, Chapin, & Nolan, 2016), with paraeducators providing both academic and behavioral support to students with disabilities (Tews & Lupart, 2008). In many situations, paraeducators serve as the primary behavior interventionist (Fisher & Pleasants, 2012). In this session, participants will learn 10 easily implemented antecedent behavior strategies to help prevent challenging behavior across all environments. Participants will also learn steps to execute the strategies effectively.


Emily Sobeck