DESCRIPTION: The Technical Adequacy Tool for Evaluation (TATE) was developed to measure the technical adequacy (quality) of completed FBA/BIPs. The TATE can provide scores and patterns that help. Identify specific FBA/BIP areas needing improvement. Essential components of adequate FBA/BIPs are presented along with the rationale for including each. This session is intended for educators who are responsible for implementing FBA/BIPs or who are supervising educators who implement FBA/BIPs.
1. Measure quality of completed FBA/BIPs
2. Identify specific areas for FBA/BIP improvement
DELIVERY: This series will be delivered virtually. Attendees will be expected to view recorded content PRIOR to attending the live training session on September 20, 2022.
PRESENTER: Mallory Klatte, Ed.S.
AUDIENCE: Behavior Specialists; Lead Teachers; Special Educators; Behavioral Consultants.
CREDIT: 3 hours may be applied toward Cafeteria Credit through Valley City State University.
Recording must be viewed on your own prior to live session on September 20, 2022. Recording will be available to you upon registering.