Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Direct behavior rating: Linking assessment, communication, and intervention
Direct behavior rating: Linking assessment, communication, and intervention is 306 pages of guidance on using Direct Behavior Rating (DBR) as a tool for behavior support. The authors are all three prolific writers and researchers interested in the field of educational evaluation and assessment.
Educators in grades K-12 can learn the benefit of linking assessment to communication and intervention to support their students while working on positive behaviors and self-management. Strategies are offered to help provide educators with ways of using DBR in conjunction with multi-tiered systems of support. It is easy to use and can make a difference in informing intervention decisions school-wide. Step-by-step guides, worksheets, checklists, and forms all work together to help make this accessible tool useful for all types of administrators and teachers.
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