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Web Based Student Behavior Interverntion Now Offered

Mckenzie Taylor Company has announced the completion of its electronic Functional Behavior Assessment program (FBA) along with its Behavior Banking Game for the Alternative Behavior Educator program that is electronic and driven by an iPad or laptop.

PRLog - Jan. 6, 2013 - READING, Pa. -- Mckenzie Taylor Company a leader in Behavior Interventions in schools nationwide has developed its FBA and Behavior Banking Game for use by schools beginning Jan of 2013.  Administrators are excited about the iPad capability of the FBA which provides accurate data for developing quality Behavior Improvement Plans.  Data can be collected by multiple observers and funneled to one central location for viewing.

In addition classroom teachers are able to introduce Behavior as a “classroom  intervention” by way of the Behavior Banking Game on a daily basis with the electronic capability of  a white board.  

Mckenzie Taylor Company has also just completed 12 new grades 4-6 modules such as Bullying / Bus Safety / Hygiene and more.  All of these new programs are rolled out via a complete data management system that works seamlessly with the ABE program.

The ABE program provides:

1.      Reduction in mal-adaptive behaviors

2.      Increase in time on task.

3.      Methods to track, control, alleviate and progress monitor behavior issues.

4.      A complete Data Driven Behavior Management program K-12

In other company news, it was announced that by early spring, an interface will be ready to transfer seamlessly behavior data to with Pearson’s  Power School a complete student information system.

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