A Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP)

A behavioral intervention plan (BIP) is a strategy used to provide behavioral support to children who show several incidences of misbehavior. For a BIP to be successful, its goal is not just to punish the child, but also to stop the wrong behavior and replace it with good behavior. A BIP is divided into three parts. Firstly, it describes what the problem is; secondly, it describes why the misbehavior occurs and thirdly, provides the appropriate intervention strategies to address the problem. 

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