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Applying Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports

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XIMENA ROJAS

on 7 November 2015

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Transcript of Applying Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports

The PBIS Discipline System Reduces Negative Reinforcement
Why should you use the reward system?
The rewards help students remember the classroom rules and good manners.
Using Rewards within School-Wide PBIS
School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports is a positive discipline plan for the entire school where the approach is to proactively prevent or reduce challenging behaviors and produce positive outcomes.
PBIS framework
A PBIS framework helps to “improve behavioral and academic outcomes by improving school climate, preventing problem behavior, increasing learning time, promoting positive social skills, and delivering effective behavioral interventions and supports” (2013, 4000-01-U, DFDA 84.326S, p. 4)
Discovering schoolwide Pbis
We can effectively teach appropriate behavior to all children.
Intervene early.
Use of a multi-tier model of service delivery.
Use research-based, scientifically validated interventions to the extent available.
Monitor student progress to inform interventions.
Use data to make decisions.
Use assessment for different purposes.

PBIS in primary school
PBIS Classroom Expectations
Applying Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports
Ximena Rojas Armstrong

PBIS in the Library
PBIS Bathroom Expectations
PBIS - in the bus
Before PBIS
Discipline strategies vary across classrooms
School safety is based on reacting to
behavior problems
Administrators react to student problems
Behavior is controlled
School concentrates time on punishing
challenging behavior
Parents are not part of the school team
and think that schools rely too heavily on punishment to stop misbehaviors
After Pbis
Discipline strategies are consistent school wide and across classrooms
School safety is based on preventing behavior problems
Teams proactively anticipate and plan for student problems
Behavior skills are taught
School concentrates time on
reinforcing positive behaviors
Parents are part of a PBIS team and help support a positive approach to
behavior
Students succeding!
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