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The IRIS Center (Open Access) is a national center dedicated to improving education outcomes for all children, especially those with disabilities birth through age twenty-one, through the use of effective evidence-based practices and interventions. As Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) often include behavioral goals generated from assessment data collected on student behavior, you will complete one IRIS Center Case Study Unit called “Measuring Behavior.” This case study unit addresses how to collect observational data on student behavior.


Using the resources provided in the case study (i.e., STAR Sheets) and the corresponding case study template, answer each item in each case study in the unit in full. The case study unit will be evaluated based on your ability to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the concepts and information presented in the STAR Sheets, as well as on grammar, spelling, and formatting. Access the case study unit here.

Submission Instructions:

For each Case Study:

  1. Access the case study unit via the link above.
    1. If you have issues accessing the case study unit through the link above go the IRIS Center Resource Center (see and enter the name of the Case Study using the search function.
  2. Use the Measuring Behavior Case Study Unit Template to complete this assignment.
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