This worksheet includes the same discussion prompts found in the Indiana IEP electronic system. Case Conference Committees use the prompts to review and discuss the information. This allows the team to add new or updated information and to reconfirm information they may have already had regarding the student.

This team analysis of the functional behavior assessment results in the development of the Hypothesis of the Function of the student’s behavior.

This worksheet includes the same discussion prompts found in the Indiana IEP electronic system.  Case Conference Committees use the prompts to discuss and determine the supports and skills to be taught as behavioral interventions. The subsequent behavior goal, specially designed instruction for skill development, and plan for progress monitoring, are also documented.

These slides are currently used in “Developing Behavior Intervention Plans” trainings offered by Indiana IEP Resource Center.

This FAQ document answers common questions about the recent changes to the Behavioral Concerns section of Indiana IEP.

To Support Children and Adolescents with ADHD: Established, Innovative and Promising Practices

At the 2013 Research to Practice Conference, Dr. Gary Stoner provides information on interventions to support students with ADHD.

This session will provide an overview of effective instructional practices with an eye toward students with challening behaviors.  The focus will be on research-based simple teacher strategies that fit into instructional routines.

This document provides guidance for Discipline and Manifestation Determinations