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Hawkins PBIS

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Transcript of Hawkins PBIS

COMMANDO PRIDE!!
WHAT IS PBIS?????????
POSITIVE!!
BEHAVIOR
INTERVENTION
SUPPORT
?
THE COMMANDOS' VISION/EXPECTATIONS
Respectful
Responsible
Safe
TIMELINE
IMPLEMENTATION
OTHER
WHY?
WHO?
WHEN?
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
TERTIARY
WHAT IS OUR VISION FOR HMS?
COrE TEaM EXPecTatIOns
Meet at least once/month during school year
Review and present data to middle school staff
Create and distribute lesson plans to staff
Celebrate Success...HOORAY!!
?
Have you ever felt you are spending more time correcting inappropriate behavior instead of teaching?

Has class time been interrupted repeatedly by inappropriate behavior?

Do you feel frustrated that a small group of students take most of your time?

Do you worry that the students who are doing the "right things" are being ignored?
TYPICAL CLASSROOM
"If a child doesn't know how to read, we teach."
"If a child doesn't know how to swim, we teach."
"If a child doesn't know how to multiply, we teach."
"If a child doesn't know how to drive, we teach."
"If a child doesn't know how to behave, we
......teach? ......punish?"
"Why can't we finish the last sentence as automatically as we do the others?" Tom Herner (Counterpoint 1998)
consider:
WHAT DO TEACHERS WANT MOST?
MORE
INSTRUCTIONAL
TIME!
GREAT NEWS!

THERE IS A WAY TO GET
MORE CLASS TIME AND LESS
CLASSROOM DISTURBANCES USING...
PBIS
PBIS...
HAWKINS MIDDLE SCHOOL DATA
2012-2013
PBIS
WILL HELP COMMANDOS WITH THEIR VISION
TRAINING
INCENTIVES
STUDENTS
TEACHERS
TRAINING
All staff and faculty will be trained during the summer
This includes: janitors, administration, cafeteria workers, office staff, teachers, and assistants
Core Teams will help guide staff and school
July- PBIS TEAM attends Module 1 Training
August- PBIS Introduction to Faculty.
September-
Classroom
portion of matrix constructed during
faculty meeting and
Hallway/Cafeteria
matrix
constructed during department meetings.
October-
Hallway/Cafeteria
matrix presented at faculty meeting
and
bus/restroom matrix
created during department
meetings. Lesson plans distributed for first three
matrix areas.
November- Before/After School and Special events matrix
created and submitted in department meetings.
December- PBIS HMS matrix approved at faculty meeting and lesson plans distributed for final ares of the matrix.
January- Begin implementation of PBIS in all classrooms/areas.
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ALL INCENTIVES NEED TO BE GREAT AND NOT CHEAP or INSIGNIFICANT ITEMS FOR BOTH STUDENTS AND TEACHERS!
CONS
To be effective, at least 80% of the faculty and staff need to be on board.
Class time and time preparation on the front end can be time consuming.
When the program is not implemented properly, the program will likely fail.
INCENTIVES
CONS
TEACHER
BUY-IN
Angie Cabler
Heather Finn
Kat White
THANK YOU!
Introducing, modeling, and reinforcing positive social behavior is an important step of a student's educational experience.


The purpose of school-wide PBIS is to establish a climate in which appropriate behavior is the norm.
PBIS is an interactive approach that includes opportunities to correct and improve four key elements used school-wide. PBIS focus is on:
- Outcomes
- Practices
- Data
- Systems
WHY USE PBIS?
Need to recognize and promote positive student behavior
Creates a uniform system for behavior management
Improve academic achievement, student attendance,
engagement, and leadership
Provide early interventions and create alternative settings
for students with chronic misbehavior
Be able to see data that shows improvement that can be shared with the community
WHO BENEFITS FROM PBIS?
ALL STAFF MEMBERS
STUDENTS
PARENTS
Unite together to promote change
Increased motivation for expected behaviors
Enhanced positive social interactions
Understanding of school-wide expectations
Shows the community the school is committed to reinforcing positive behavior and fostering academic success
Prepare students for positive interactions in other settings
512 Students
95 ISS
8 OSS
43 Counseled
TRAINING A CORE TEAM
A Core TEAM is put together
Training Module 1 is during the summer and is very intensive
The Core Team then determines the main specific behaviors that HMS will focus on
Core Team will start developing matrix of behaviors.
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READY, SET, GO!
Positive Behaviors will be taught to
replace negative behaviors during class meetings
once a week
Students will be given tickets,
dollars, etc. for showing positive behavior
Students will be able to turn in tickets for
rewards
There is a celebration every
semester/nine weeks for those students
who have earned privileges.
(Students who do not qualify, are retaught
the Vision for the school and positive
behaviors)
THE BUY IN
STUDENTS:

TEACHERS:
Incentives
Positive Response

Teacher Incentives
More Instructional Time
Less write-ups
EXAMPLES
End of term activity
Passes, candy,
concessions, etc.
Prize Giveaways
Items for Classrooms
Day off
Lunch
Gift Cards/Cash
pbis.org
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