EliteBehaviorMedia provides an amazing overview of how exactly Behavior Intervention Plans are used to change disruptive and socially inappropriate behaviors. This video is great for gaining a basic understanding of why a BIP is being used, how to use it, and what to expect from it.
This video does an outstanding job walking through the Behavior Intervention Plan process, including the prerequisite Functional Behavior Assessment. Concrete examples are given, along with specific strategies for successfully creating and implementing an effective BIP.
This research-based article by Kim Killu is a great resource for any teacher wanting to dig a bit deeper into the evidence behind Behavior Intervention Plans as well as the keys to successful implementation. Comprehensive, organized, and full of excellent strategies and suggestions, I highly suggest printing this article for review and reference.
Intervention Central has compiled an extensive page of behavioral interventions for the classroom. This resource is great for planning the Behavior Intervention Plan, with each link leading to detailed and insightful strategies for addressing disruptive classroom behaviors.
This resource from the Center for Parent Information and Resources is outstanding! I like that the discussion of Behavior Intervention Plans are situated within the wider context of the student's behavior, environment, and support systems. Well-organized, packed with useful terminology and other information, this site is one I highly recommend saving.
This resource is well worth the cost for any teacher developing their own Behavior Intervention Plan. The toolkit is appropriate for all grades and includes detailed and easy-to-follow forms, timelines, checklists, and more.
PBIS World does an excellent of introducing Behavior Intervention Plans, their purpose, and their intended outcome. This article explains when a BIP may be needed, why it should be done, and also includes tips, resources and support for implementing Behavior Intervention Plans.
This article on the Special Education Guide website is a great place to start for teachers with little previous experience with Behavior Intervention Plans and their related documents, as well as for teachers that may simply need a refresher. With terms like FBA, IEP, and more explained, I highly recommend bookmarking this page for future reference.