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Creating PBIS Videos: Wayne RESA Presentation

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Jenna Waters

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Jenna Marie Waters
PBIS Coach
Wilson Middle School
Wyandotte School District watersj@wy.k12.mi.us Kids are constantly exposed to visuals and film can be a powerful tool for teaching. Over 2 Million Hits! Why Make Videos? Film Examples
Wilson has created: Characteristics of a GOOD FILM Humor original
ideas capture the fun of PBIS appeal to adults and students THANK YOU! Incorporating Film Making Into
Your School's PBIS Program https://vimeo.com/groups/pbisvideos/videos/38387470 Reasons to Create Films/Ways to Use Them:

*To teach a specific area of the matrix
*To do a mini lesson on a specific behavior
*To teach a topic: bully prevention, attendance,etc. PBIS Film Festival Judging Criteria
and Basic Framework for Creating Films Positive wording / language:
–Prescribed specific behaviors
–Avoided “No”, “Don’t”
Rules described in the context of school expectations and location
–Respect in the Café…
–Safety in the hallway… Messages targeted “problem areas”
–Trash in the halls
–On time to class
Examples and non-examples provided
Inclusion of students in the writing and production
Production Quality
Videos had one specific purpose Easy to follow
–Smooth transitions, including titles
–Logical story line
In focus and steady camera work
Audible, clear dialogue
Music/sound effects are subtle, yet effective Some great examples from other schools:
HOMEGROWN PBIS through Vimeo https://vimeo.com/groups/pbisvideos/videos/38387470 https://vimeo.com/groups/pbisvideos/videos/35531919 Some additional ideas:

Create a film club where the students make the videos- they do a lot of the work to create the films Use film to teach staff: https://vimeo.com/groups/pbisvideos/videos/35272436 https://vimeo.com/groups/pbisvideos/videos/27590047 Things I learned from film making:
*You need a tripod
*You need to have a quality script
*Kids have to understand the focus is on the good behaviors
*Have teachers do the bad behaviors
*Films should be short Here is a current project our PBIS Film Club is working on: Tips on Creating a PBIS Film Club Get a "techie" teacher to run the club! Advertise for students who are interested
in creating films and being part of the film
making process to join. You'll want to make sure they know it's not an "acting" club. PBIS Film Club Continued.... You'll need equipment Sometimes you have to coach the creativity Windows Movie Maker Program
or
i-Movie Software Program
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