When a child is having difficult behavioural issues and all other means have been exhausted, you will need to develop a behaviour management plan. Before developing the plan, evidence is required on the individual child. Once this information is collected, this can be used to formulate the plan.
The behaviour management plan template should be positive and objective. It includes:
- Name of Child
- Child Background
- Behavioural Indicators
- Antecedent Events
- Prioritize Behaviour
- Monitoring Behaviour
- Dates Records Were Taken
- Signature of Lead Educator, Director and Parent
An effective behaviour management plan needs to be put into place in order to sufficiently deal with this concern.