Monitoring student progress is an essential component of any behavior plan. Progress monitoring provides crucial information as to whether the student is making adequate response to the intervention. This information is used by teams to make decisions regarding whether to persist with an intervention, to modify an intervention, or to begin fading an intervention. The resources on this page are intended to supplement standard MO SW-PBS training provided by a regional Tier 3 consultant.
- Determine method to be used to monitor individual students progress in the BIP (permanent products, Daily Progress Report/self-monitoring, observational data).
- Collect baseline data to determine approximate rate or severity of behavior.
- Use data for decision making.