Behavior Intervention Plan. A behavior intervention plan is comprised of practical and specific strategies designed to increase or reduce a definable set or pattern of behaviors. These strategies address preventive techniques, teaching replacement behaviors, and how to react to the behavior of concern. The BIP is often developed in conjunction with a functional behavioral assessment (FBA).
Behavior Improvement Plan – strategies, including positive behavioral interventions, to address and support the child's behavior in the school environment
Behavioral Intervention Plan (sometimes referred to as a Behavior Management Plan or a Behavior Support Plan). A BIP includes practical and specific strategies and positive supports designed to increase or reduce certain behaviors.
Basic infertile pattern. A positive sensation of dryness with an absence of mucus or the presence of unchanging mucus, (recognised as unchanging for at least two weeks initially). The BIP indicates relative inactivity of the ovaries and low oestrogen levels and may be recognised during very long cycles, or during long periods of anovulation, such as during breast feeding or pre-menopausally. Billings method - See Ovulation method
Behavioral Intervention Plan. A plan that is based on a functional behavioral assessment (FBA) to promote positive behavior for a student who's behavior impedes his or her ability to learn or is disruptive to others.
Behavior Intervention Plan. A plan that includes positive strategies, program modifications, and supplementary aids and supports that address a student's distruptive behaviors and allows the child to be educated in the least restrictive environment (LRE)
Behavior Intervention Plan: A plan, required by IDEA whenever an IDEA-eligible student has behaviors which impede his or her own learning or that of others. The BIP must identify the targeted behavior, describe the behavior precisely, and detail the procedures and consequences to be used whenever the student engages in the targeted behavior.