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Deanne A. Crone, PhD, is Research Associate at the Center on Teaching and Learning at the University of Oregon. She has directed several research and training grants addressing behavior disorders, positive behavior support, and functional behavioral assessment. Dr. Crone has presented her work on function-based support locally, regionally, and nationally, and has conducted workshops with a variety of professionals, including school psychologists, administrators, teachers, and paraprofessionals. With Leanne S. Hawken and Robert H. Horner, she is coauthor of Responding to Problem Behavior in Schools, Second Edition.
Leanne S. Hawken, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Utah. She has over 15 years of experience helping schools implement positive behavior interventions and supports. Her research focuses on Check-in, Check-Out (CICO), a Tier 2 behavior intervention for students at risk. Dr. Hawken has consulted nationally and internationally to support implementation of CICO and to combine functional behavioral assessment procedures with CICO to improve its effectiveness.
Robert H. Horner, PhD, is Professor of Special Education at the University of Oregon and Director of Educational Community Supports, a research unit within the College of Education that develops and implements practices that result in positive, durable, and scientifically validated change in the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families. Dr. Horner’s 35-year history of research has focused on applied behavior analysis, stimulus control, instructional technology, positive behavior support, and large-scale system change.
Table of Contents
I. Using Functional Behavioral Assessment in Schools: Context and Framework 1. Functional Behavioral Assessment in Schools: Historical Background and the Current Context, Robert E. O'Neill & Kaitlin Bundock 2. Functional Behavioral Assessment in Schools: Thinking Functionally across All Tiers of Behavior Support II. Embedding Functional Behavioral Assessment within School Systems: Case Examples 3. Conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessment 4. Designing a Behavior Support Plan 5. Evaluating and Modifying the Behavior Support Plan III. Using Functional Behavioral Assessment within School Systems: Building School-Based and District-Based Capacity 6. Who Will Be Involved in the Behavior Support Team and How Do You Get the Behavior Support Team to Work Together as a Team? 7. How Do You Generate within-Building Capacity for Functional Behavior Assessment on the Behavior Support Team? 8. Improving District Capacity to Deliver Basic FBA-BSP Support, M. Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Sheldon L. Loman, & Robert H. Horner IV. Functional Behavioral Assessment as Applied to Specific Problems or Specific Populations 9. Functional Behavioral Assessment for Academic Concerns, Courtenay A. Barrett & Donna M. Gilbertson 10. Functional Behavioral Assessment with Preschool-Age Children 11. Technology Trends in Functional Behavioral Assessment and Intervention, J. Matt Jameson, Allison L. Bruhn, & Leanne S. Hawken Appendix A Request for Assistance Form Appendix B Functional Behavioral Assessment–Behavior Support Plan Protocol (F-BSP Protocol) Appendix C Functional Assessment Checklist for Teachers and Staff (FACTS) Appendix D Student-Guided Functional Assessment Interview (Primary) Appendix E Assessing Activity Routines Form Appendix F Brief Functional Assessment Interview Form Appendix G Functional Assessment Observation Form Appendix H A Checklist for Assessing the Quality of Behavior Support Planning: Does the Plan (or Planning Process) Have These Features?