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Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

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lori vandeborne

on 5 May 2015

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Transcript of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS):
"A school-wide systematic approach to embed evidence-based practices and data driven decision making to improve school climate and culture in order to achieve improved academic and social outcomes, and increase learning for all students, and
Encompasses a wide range of systemic and individualized positive strategies to reinforce desired behaviors, diminish reoccurrences of challenging behaviors and teach appropriate behavior to student" (Ohio Department of Education, 2013).
So...What is PBIS?
and what's it have to do with us?
PBIS team formed
Condensing 7 Habits into 5
Identifying areas & designing Lesson plans with specific expectations for all areas in building
Posters to highlight main expectation reminders
Defining rewards & consequences (sustainability too)
Benjamin Harrison @LVandeborne
Benjamin Harrison Begins with the End in Mind and plans PBIS...
"When people focus on things they can influence, they expand their
knowledge and experience, and they build trustworthiness. As a result, their Cirlcle of Control Grows" (The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, 2005)
Reactive Discipline vs. Proactive Planning

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports
Helps BHE live NORTH of the LINE
Not Important
Not Urgent
For Staff:
Grade level teams had input on lesson plans and rewards/consequences
All staff was given our PBIS manual ahead of time
Before school began, we walked around to each of the identified areas and staff “taught” lesson plans to each other. Included bus drivers, cooks, custodian.

Implementation of the our plan
Relationship building
Values clarification
Living in Quadrant Two takes:
Which is Students Effectively Utilizing
The 7 Habits to be healthy and productive:

Habit 1: Be Proactive
Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind
Habit 3: Put First things First
Habit 4: Think Win-Win
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood
Habit 6: Synergize
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw
Begin with the END in MIND!!!
As a group use the post-its at your table and define

as historically used in schools.
Sending a strong signal to students of behavioral expectations for successful acedemic and social outcomes!
1 2 3 4 5
Can our Students hear us NOW?

Do we communicate our behavioral expecations clearly?


Do we spend our time reacting to the
LOST SIGNAL?.......................................................
By using Proactive Planning:
A safe, positive culture is created to minimize and prevent the use of restraint or seclusion to disipline students. PBIS and The Leader in Me's use of the 7 Habits, both promote a positive learning environment and enhance academic and social behavioral outcomes for all students.

ODE established the policy on January 13, 2013 that requires all districts to use PBIS.
All student personnel shall be trained annually on the requirements of this policy, Ohio Adm. Code 3301-35-15, and the district's policies and procedures regarding restraint and seclusion.
The district shall have a plan regarding training student personnel as necessary to implement PBIS on a system-wide basis, recognizing that this may be a multi-year process for a district that is not currently implementing PBIS on a system wide basis. (Ohio Department of Education, 2014)
The Legal Answer:
The Leader in Me Answer:
Planning a Positive Behavior Intervention and Support system models for students the importance of beginning with the end in mind and being proactive.
Let's Get to Work!!!

Using the scissors and one piece of the paper on your table cut a circle big enough for all of the people at your table to stand in or better yet walk through.
Expanding your Cirlcle.

1. Fold the paper hotdog style
2. Cut along the fold leaving a 1/2 inch
at each end.
3. Then cut from the fold to the outer
edge stopping a 1/2 in to the edge.
4. Then cut from the open edge in
stopping a 1/2 in from the fold.
5. Unfold the paper and walk through
your expanded circle.
For Visual Learners:

How we headed North of the
1. Be Proactive

2. Begin With the End
in Mind

3. Put First things First

4. Think Win-Win

5. Seek First to Understand,
Then to be Understood
Time to Implement through
Synergistic methods to
take Proactive action!
For Students:
First two weeks, teachers took time to go to each area and practice in that specific area. Students modeled the good and negative behaviors.

Staying North of the Line:
Re-teaching at key points
Redesigned detention slip to capture data
Data Documentation & Review:
Behavior referrals and detentions have significantly reduced
Our Plan for next year:
PBIS team meeting to modify the plan according to recognized needs during implementation.
Video of the lessons for new students
Made by students, for students
Post to schools website for parents and students to easily access student

Contact Information:
PLUS DELTA feedback slip





Reading Alley:
Students get to Read
in a cool location as a Reward!!!!
Clipping up and Clipping Down!
Recognition by
in a book!
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