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What is a BIC sheet and how is used?

The Behavior Intervention Chart is a record of your child's behavior every minute of every day during school time.

The Behavior Intervention Chart is a record of your child's behavior every minute of every day during school time. When a child is enrolled in our program we observe and record the classroom behaviors needing improvement. These observations are shared and discussed with the child and agreement is reached to target the six most prevalent behaviors every classroom period. When we observe the number of incidents diminishing it is an indication of success.

Target behaviors are identified and printed on the front of the BIC sheet. The students are made aware of the specific problems they are having in the classroom or during unstructured activities. They are then taught alternative ways of controlling the frequency and intensity of these behaviors during the day. The BIC also makes provision for recording the teacher's assessment of the work effort in each period giving ratings of "not satisfactory," "satisfactory," or "good." Each student earns points for both work/effort and improvement in reducing the frequency and intensity of their target behaviors. Rewards can be earned at the end of each week for improvement and achievement in both work/ effort and in reducing the frequency of inappropriate behavior. The weekly results are graphed with the students. A more detailed explanation of the mechanics of the BIC may be obtained upon request.

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