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SPCL 7915 Behavioral Assessment and Intervention: Session 10 - Module 5: BIP Evaluation

Open Educational Resource (OER) created for Professor Elizalde-Utnick's SPCL 7915 course.

TASK LIST TO PREPARE FOR ZOOM SESSION

Please complete the following PRIOR to our Zoom session on April 15:

1. Readings

Riley-Tillman & Burns

Note: Riley-Tillman and Burns refer to MB graphs. MB = multiple baseline

Scruggs & Mastropieri

2. Prepare for Blackboard Quiz (RAT)

The 5-question multiple-choice quiz will be on the assigned readings. 

3. Take Blackboard RAT#7 on Blackboard at 1:00/4:30 p.m.

4. Join Zoom session at 1:30/5:00 p.m.

You will need the following handout during class:

Graphing Your Data Handout

SUMMARY

In this session we will focus on how to evaluate the BIP. How do we know if our behavioral interventions are effective? We will explore visual analysis: level; trend; variability; immediacy of effect; and consistency of data in similar phases. We will also look at how we can determine effect size. Specifically, we will go over how to compute a PND (Percent of Non-overlapping Data) score by analyzing non-overlapping data across baseline and intervention phases.

SESSION SLIDES

PRACTICE EVALUATING INTERVENTION DATA

YOUR FBA-BIP PROJECT

1. Graph your pre-post target behavior data. Conduct a visual analysis of the graphed data. Compute the PND score. How effective is the treatment?

>90 = very effective treatment; 70 – 90 = effective treatment; 50 – 70 = questionable treatment; <50 = ineffective treatment
 

 2. Graph your replacement behavior data. Conduct a visual analysis of the graphed data.