Take a proactive approach to curbing negative student behaviors for identified at-risk 31a
students that could impede the student’s ability to receive classroom instruction. In one-on-
one and small-group settings, deliver appropriate, collaboratively designed behavior
interventions. Monitor progress to determine effectiveness of intervention strategies.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.
- In concert with teachers, administrators, and other personnel, develop appropriate behavior intervention plans.
- Establish clear behavior objectives for at-risk 31a students, either independently or in conjunction with classroom teachers or teaching teams
- Work with small groups or individual students to teach and coach the effective implementation of positive behavior strategies
- Observe students in settings in which problem behaviors often occur to identify possible triggers that might be removed or minimized for that student.
- Review behavior data to determine if behavior intervention is having the desired impact
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Ability to identify and implement appropriate behavior interventions for eligible students, as acquired through a combination of education and experience
- Ability to analyze and use data
- Demonstrated commitment to young people’s learning success and achievement
- Evidence of ability to plan own activity and to work cooperatively with other staff members for planning purposes; able to frequently adjust the location, setting and pace of work.