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PBIS

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Transcript of PBIS

PBIS Positive Behavior and
Intervention Supports
The purpose of PBIS is to assist schools
and school districts in establishing and maintaining school environments where the social culture and behavioral supports needed to be an effective learning environment is in place for all students. Mission Statement: SYSTEMS PRACTICES DATA Supporting
Staff Behavior Supporting
Decision
Making Supporting
Student Behavior Positive
Behavior
Support OUTCOMES Social Competence &
Academic Achievement PBIS is proven to significantly reduce the occurrence of problem behaviors in schools and supported by a three-tiered model. Where are we in Ozark? West Elementary North Elementary East Elementary South Elementary Upper Elementary School wide common expectations Tier One Touch Football Expectations
Respectful:
Compliment the players on both team
Don’t criticize or laugh at the other team or bad play
Listen and obey adults

Responsible:
Make sure everyone on the team gets to play
Be honest if you are touched

Safe:
TOUCH football only – no tackling
Only pass the ball to teammates who are looking Four Square Expectations Respectful:
Respect skill differences
Use polite words
Listen and obey adults

Responsible:
Be honest when you make a mistake.
Leave the court when you are called out
Play by Coach Boyd’s Rules

Safe:
Keep hands and feet to yourself
Walk to get in line
Respectful:
Respect skill differences
Listen and obey adults

Responsible:
When the game is over go to the end of the line
Go out when you break a rule

Safe:
Leave the tetherball alone when you walk by
Stay 3 steps away from the circle when it is not your turn
Try not to hit people with the ball Expectations Playground Expectations Ozark North – Tiger Pride Ozark West Voice Levels 0- Silence (No Voice)

1- To A Partner (Whisper)

2- Shoulder Partner

3- Table Talk (Small Group)

4- Outside (Playground Level) Ozark North – Tiger Pride Classroom Expectations Hallways Expectations Ozark North– Tiger Pride

Ozark North – Tiger Pride All Settings Expectations All Settings Expectations Kick Ball Respectful:
Use polite words
Listen and obey adults

Responsible:
Be honest.
Leave the field when you are called out

Safe:
Watch where you are going
Keep feet below waist Expectations Respectful:
Compliment the players on both team
Don’t criticize or laugh at the other team or bad play

Responsible:
Be honest and call your own fouls
Make sure everyone on the team gets to play

Safe:
Don’t bump into other players
Keep hands to yourself
Only pass the ball to teammates who are looking Expectations Cafeteria Expectations Ozark North – Tiger Pride Restroom Expectations We Are … Respectful Safe Responsible Ozark North Tiger Pride Bus Expectations Cheerleading Expectations Respectful:
Don’t criticize or laugh at the other people

Responsible:
Listen and obey adults

Safe:
No stunts (hand stands, tumbling, or cartwheels) or lifts Behavior Assessment Questions When working to understand chronic behavior patterns, PBIS and teams
following the PBIS approach ask three key questions:


(1) What happens before the behavior occurs? – What is the trigger?

(2) What is the behavior?

(3) What happens after the behavior occurs? Pros Cons Highly intensive, focused, and individualized interventions typically delivered on an individual basis. Tier 3 Apply to a smaller number of students who do not respond to tier 2 interventions. A custom made and unique behavior plan specifically made to address the exact triggers and behaviors the student is demonstrating Employs the use of an extensive functional assessment to help form and shape interventions as well as other scales and assessments In Conclusion: PBIS addresses behaviors through the use of prevention -oriented and research based interventions and supports. It is a three tiered model of increasingly intensive and individualized behavior interventions and supports. This model requires data collection and analysis. * Consistant school-wide expectations
* Clear common language
* Positive approach, celebrating good behavior
* Has system for regular review of school-wide behavior data to guide action planning and implementation decision making - Difficult to implement
district wide K-12
- Whole building has to
buy-in 100%
- Money for incentives $$$
- Lack of teacher's
personal management
choices Soures: http://www.proteacher.net/discussions/showthread.php?t=179883; http://www.ernweb.com/public/1064.cfm; “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 Students are taught expectations in each setting. Tier 2 Closely monitors students that are struggling behaviorally.

Look at student's think sheets,office referrals (ODR) absences & tardies.

Implement an intervention to increase positive feedback for students in hopes of improvement.(i.e., Check In, Check Out or small groups). Think Sheets Use when students need to be removed from a situation.
Move to a safe seat in classroom or a buddy classroom.
Can be sent home to parents as a communication tool. Rewards Reward students and whole classes when they exhibit expected behavior
North-Tiger Paws
East-GRRS
Upper- Top Tiger, Tiger Tickets

Goals are set and rewarded school wide. DATA The Big 5 Resources The compilation of a school’s office discipline referral (ODR) data which includes:
1) average referrals
per day per month
2) referral location
3) behavior
4) time
5) by student
Leads to specific problem identification and action planning. Also used to monitor progress on efforts. The PBIS team at Ozark West works to promote student achievement and responsibility by providing a safe and caring environment where students are a part of a family with teachers and staff serving as positive role models.

Ozark West Vision Statement:

We at West
Expect Responsibility
Strive for Safety and
Treat each other with Respect Ozark West Mission Statement TIGER PROUD PAW REWARDS INDIVIDUAL

Incentive/Reward Tiger Proud Paw Amount

Lunch with a friend in the pod 40
Teacher for the Day 40
Homework pass 50
Special drink for the day 30
Chew gum for the day 30
Treasure Chest Visit 20
Piece of Candy 5
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