Literature Review: Behavioral Intervention Plan

A Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP) is a structured and individualized strategy designed to address challenging behaviors in individuals, typically used in the context of special education or other settings where behavior management is important. A BIP is typically developed by a team of professionals, which may include teachers, special education personnel, behavior specialists, psychologists, and other relevant stakeholders. The purpose of a BIP is to identify specific behaviors that are interfering with the individual's ability to learn, participate in activities, or function in their environment, and to develop strategies to modify or replace those behaviors with more appropriate ones.

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