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Everything you always wanted to

know but were too afraid to ask!


What is B.A.S.E. ?

Behavioral Assistance through Support and
Education

Proactive intervention strategy for special education students
experiencing emotional/behavioral difficulties.
Short-term, intermittent strategy
Provides
Safe environment to process emotional issues
Problem solving instruction
Social skills instruction
Consideration as an option to an office referral

BMC (Behavior Mastery Center): more
restrictive
Long-term (class period or day)
Time-out
Disciplinary consequence/punishment
ISS
Indicated in IEP
Schedule of Services Page
Deliberations
Annual Goals and Objectives
(accommodations)

If the student experiences immediate,
significant behavior concerns, support may
occur in a specialized setting.
Whats the difference
between Pointsheets and the
PLAAFP?
PLAAFP FBA
BIP
GOALS
IEP
Pointsheets
collect data to
show
progress!
Picture of the
student
Student presents BASE ID card to teacher
Teacher fills out BASE pass (found on I: drive-> Staff -
> BASE -> BASE passes)

Concerns include, but not limited to
Unresolved emotional concerns that are causing frustration
Unresolved conflict with peers or adults
Any other problem that results in an emotional situation that is
intense enough to interrupt the instructional process.

*use your best judgement: call for an escort when needed
Student is exhibiting emotional/behavioral
concerns that are disruptive to the learning
environment of other students
Student has not responded to classroom
interventions (as noted in BIPbe sure to
document interventions used)
Student is in a crisis situation * call for escort

*proactive intervention strategy prior to an office
referral*
DO NOT SEND WORK WITH STUDENTS
For childs safety or safety of others,
please call ext 3146 for an escort. If no
answer, call appropriate Code for
Administrator
Do not chase students
If a child leaves without permission, note
the time and call for someone
Refrain from following student into BASE
What reasons should
students NOT be sent to
BASE?
Sleeping in class
Not having materials
Refusal to do work by shutting down
Tardies
Dress code violations
Gum/candy
Missing assignments or incomplete homework
unless it is due to an emotional concern

IEPs contain confidential information
access to BASE should be confidential
Maintain confidentiality when advising a
student to visit BASE
Student signs in
Process Sheet: reflect, generate options
Transition to Guided Interventions: verbally
processes with teacher
Transition back to class: BASE teachers
determine when student is able to return to
their regularly scheduled classes
If student accesses BASE 3 days per week in
any one class, staffing will be initiated.
Review sample point sheet
Information taken straight from IEP
Strategies tip sheets in folders
Green folders
Review actual pointsheets
Review at ARD meetings
Track progress/regression
Determine if change of placement is
needed
Determine if strategies are working or not

*Data is entered daily: all incidents and
pointsheets are entered into Review 360
and reviewed daily by Behavior
Specialists


Classroom rules: observable,
measurable, positive, only 5, no
questions
Visible, explicitly taught, reviewed,
reinforced
Create a relationship
Nine Principles for consequence
implementation
Positive Reinforcers