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Kimberley Crutcher

on 11 December 2012

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Transcript of PBIS

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Kimberley Crutcher, MAT Why is PBIS needed? What is PBIS? According to Savage, Lewis, and Colless (2011), PBIS is a framework to design and and implement an approach which focuses on:
teaching appropriate behaviors
communicating clear expectations
creating a school culture which emphasizes responsibility for behaviors Elements of PBIS PBIS consists of 4 integrated elements Data
Systems Why implement PBIS? According to The OSEP Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (2009), schools that implement PBIS with integrity and durability can expect: increased academic achievement
less reactive behavior management
a more engaging and productive environment
effective classroom management & discipline
improved support for students with more severe behavior issues How the 4 Elements Work Together Tools for Changing the Culture through PBIS Expectations
Reinforcement Guidelines for Expectations within PBIS Expectations must: reflect the values of the community
be clearly stated and understandable Guidelines for Reinforcement within PBIS Consequences within PBIS should:
be consistent among all staff for all students
focus on rewarding appropriate student behavior
redirect students in instances of misbehavior Implementing PBIS Prior to implementing PBIS: School readiness assessment
Forming of the PBIS leadership team
Development of the framework Employing Consistent: Summary Thank you for your attention! Are there any questions? Five Take-Aways The five things I would like you to remember: PBIS is a framework
PBIS can be school-wide or class-wide
PBIS is data-driven
PBIS must have 80% teacher buy-in
PBIS depends on consistency
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