Student and Classroom Support
School District Services
RBT and BCBA Support for Students
A Behavior Specialist or Board Certified Behavior Analyst will be assigned to provide Technical Assistance and ensure we provide behavior support that elicits socially significant change in student behavior, including social or adaptive skills. This includes conducting Functional Behavior Assessments, creating Behavior Intervention plans, choosing evidence-based interventions, training Connections Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT’s) to implement all plans and interventions, providing ongoing supervision and support to Connections RBT’s, and engaging in ongoing collaboration with the school team.
A trained RBT will support a classroom through interventions discussed by the Behavior Specialist and the teacher. The BS will collaborate with the teacher to develop interventions that will work for their classroom and can be done by the staff. The RBT will model how to implement the selected interventions with fidelity to others in the classroom and help support the teacher and paraeducators with the students in the classroom. At times, specific behavior intervention plans may be developed for some students. The RBT will utilize tablet technology to collect daily data on the impact of interventions on the classroom and student behavior. Meetings will be held with the teacher as needed and the data will be shared monthly through reports documenting the effectiveness of current programming.