SNAP-B author, Dr Rob Long, recently appeared on the School Behaviour Secrets Podcast to share how SNAP-B can be used to measure the impact of behaviour interventions.
The episode covers everything from how to select the right behaviour intervention strategies and using a triangulated approach to how you can use SNAP-B to objectively measure whether selected interventions are effective to address the underlying problems driving pupils' behaviour.
"The problem is the problem, not the child. What SNAP-B is trying to say is how do we help a child develop the skills to be able to cope better with the difficulty that we've identified and be more successfully included?
Listen to the podcast here.
What is SNAP-B?
SNAP-B is an award-winning online diagnostic assessment that profiles 17 social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. SNAP-B allows schools to work collaboratively with both parents/ carers and individual pupils by using 3 online questionnaires assess the SEBDs that may be affecting a child.
SNAP-B has an easy-to-use design, following the Assess – Plan – Do – Review model, as set out in the SEND Code of Practice (2015), so pupil assessments can be administered by any member of staff without the need for additional training.
Learn more about SNAP-B