In some instances, behavioral challenges pose a major impediment to educational success. Behavioral issues negatively impact attendance, suspensions/expulsions, engagement, equitable outcomes, and school climate and culture. Students with challenging behaviors or intensive social-emotional needs may require the support of a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) to function successfully in the school setting. The Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) process allows special educators to implement individualized intensive behavior interventions crafted to replace or reduce challenging behaviors. This webmodule provides step-by-step guidance on how to use the data collected during a Function Behavioral Assessment (FBA) to compose a positive and proactive BIP.