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|Title:||Reliability and validity of Skills and Needs Inventories in Functional Behavior Assessments and Interventions for school personnel|
|Citation:||The Journal of Special Education, 2016; 49(4):233-242|
|Anuradha S. Dutt, Iris Chen and Rahul Nair|
|Abstract:||The Skills and Needs Inventories in Functional Behavior Assessments and Intervention (SNI-FBAI) was developed and administered to 338 special educators and 28 teaching support staff across seven special education schools in Singapore. The SNI-FBAI was evaluated in terms of its content, face, and construct validity. Internal consistency was also established. Results of the study indicate that the SNI-FBAI is a reliable and valid measure. With the psychometric properties of the SNI-FBAI established, schools are encouraged to use this scale to assist with meeting professional development needs of their special educators and teaching support staff in functional behavior assessments and interventions.|
|Keywords:||Functional behavior assessment; professional development; teacher education; scale validation|
|Rights:||© Hammill Institute on Disabilities 2015 Reprints and permissions: sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.nav|
|Appears in Collections:||Education publications|
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