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PBIS Introduction

This prezi will be used to introduce the MMS staff to the PBIS model

Kelly Nelson

on 22 August 2010

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PBIS Introduction
August 23, 2010 What is PBIS? What PBIS is NOT... Our PBIS Team Team leaders/facilitators: Mrs. Gloster & Mr. Fulton
In-School Coach: Mr. Taylor
Recorder: Mrs. Hildebran
Communication Coordinators: Mrs. Ketchie & Mrs. Elwell
Data Manager: Mrs. Nelson
Time Keeper: Mr. Dunagan Implementing PBIS:
Timeline September:
Classroom portion of matrix constructed during 9/8 Faculty meeting.
Hallway/cafeteria portion of matrix created/submitted during 9/22 dept. meeting
Completed matrix for hallway/cafeteria presented at 10/13 faculty meeting.
Bus/restroom portion of matrix created/submitted during 10/20 dept. meetings.
Lesson plans distributed for first three areas of matrix.

Before/After school & Special Events portion of matrix created and submitted during 11/3 dept. meetings.
MMS PBIS matrix approved at 12/15 faculty meeting.
Lesson plans distributed for final areas of matrix. Lesson Plans
A Word from Carrie July:
PBIS Team attend Module 1 training at UNC-G July 29-30, 2010 August:
PBIS Introduction to Faculty- August 23, 2010 January:
Begin implementation of PBIS in all classrooms. Address each component of H.E.A.R.T. for each setting
Stated objectives for lesson plans
Describe desired outcomes/behaviors Who's Counting? 927 Why is PBIS necessary at Mooresville Middle School? What do teachers want the most? More instructional time! Consider this! During the 2009-2010 school year, MMS acquired 927 discipline referrals.
Classroom incidents: 580
Hallway: 99
Bus: 64
Cafeteria: 50 23,175 minutes
386.25 hours
7.5 hrs. in a school day
51.5 school days
28.61% of the school year
over 2.5 months of instruction were lost during the 2009-2010 academic school year! Shelby Middle School Discipline Comparison Instructional Time Lost Due to Office Referrals Solution? Use the PBIS model as a guide to support a school-wide discipline initiative. Schools implementing comprehensive PBIS see long term changes: Reduction of ODR
Reduction of suspension
Increased staff morale and retention
Positive school climate Replaces undesired behavior with a new behavior or skill. Alters environments, teaches appropriate skills, and rewards appropriate behavior. Positive Behavior Intervention Support: MMS had 927 Referrals 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 Consider....

“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) Surprise!
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