Definitions for "Behavior Intervention Plan"
A behavior intervention plan is comprised of practical and specific strategies designed to increase or reduce a definable set or pattern of behaviors. These strategies address preventive techniques, teaching replacement behaviors, and how to react to the behavior of concern. The BIP is often developed in conjunction with a functional behavioral assessment (FBA).
is a positive behavior intervention plan (also called BIP) created by the IEP team to modify a child's behavior to enable the child to gain educational benefit.
A term used for a part of a student's IEP for correction of certain behavioral problems.