This course in the third in a three-part series on Functional Behavioral Assessment, and explores the process of developing, implementing, and monitoring Functional Behavioral Assessments. Today, educators at all grade levels face a growing number of students whose behavior challenges the success of daily classroom instruction. Fortunately, teachers are usually able to rely on standard strategies for addressing classroom misbehavior, such as solid teaching practices, clear rules and expectations, being physically close to their students, and praising and encouraging positive behaviors. Either independently or with the support of colleagues, they are able to find a successful solution to the problem. However, for some students -- both with and without disabilities -- these tactics fail to produce the desired outcome and may actually worsen an already difficult situation.