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BI Tigers…. R espect yourself and others O wn your actions A ccept guidance R eady yourself for success. School-Wide positive behavior, Interventions, and supports. Bradwell Institute Team Members:

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BI

Tigers…

Respect yourself and others

Own your actions

Accept guidance

Ready yourself for success

school wide positive behavior interventions and supports

School-Wide positive behavior, Interventions, and supports

Bradwell Institute Team Members:

Ms. Bailey, Ms. Bufford, Mr. Granger, SgtFord, Mr. Mock, Ms. Reyna, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Scharnagl, Ms. VanBelkum, Ms. Woodard

what is pbis
WHAT IS PBIS?
  • POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION AND SUPPORTS
school wide components
SCHOOL WIDE COMPONENTS

Rules

Discipline procedures

Rewards

Routines

School-wide Data

pbis big ideas
PBIS “Big Ideas”
  • Framework for systems to identify needs, develop strategies, and evaluate practice towards success.
  • Focuses on prevention before reaction.
  • Individualized.
  • Grounded in “teaching.”
  • Goal setting and monitoring.
what pbis is not
What PBIS is NOT
  • Not Curriculum
  • Not about letting students “get away” with sub-standard behavior.
  • Not a “fix all”
  • Not all about being “positive”

and focusing on “praise”

pbis team task
PBIS Team Task
  • Create Effective School-Wide Expectations that are…
  • Stated positively
  • Visually displayed
  • Enforceable/able to be rewarded
  • Smaller number (generally 3-5)
  • Explicitly defined
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BI

Tigers…

Respect yourself and others

Own your actions

Accept guidance

Ready yourself for success

explicitly defining
Explicitly defining
  • School-wide expectations have been defined for each location.
  • What does it mean to “respect yourself and others” in the hallway? In the restroom?
  • Create a teaching matrix defining behavior for each part of ROAR.
tell me i ll forget show me i ll remember involve me i ll understand
"Tell me, I\'ll forget. Show me, I\'ll remember. Involve me, I\'ll understand"
  • Homeroom teachers will instruct students on ROAR and the various rules for the different common areas and the classroom.
  • Try to involve the students (possibly acting out the dos and don’ts.) If you have a group who does a good job, let us know and we will video tape them to be used in re-teaching.
  • Make it interesting, but make sure the students understand that this is serious stuff!!
level 1 examples
Level 1 Examples
  • Eating/Drinking in Class
  • Talking Without Permission
  • Lack of Immediate Compliance
  • Chewing Gum
  • Not Following Classroom ROAR
  • Simple Name Calling
  • Horseplay (No Injury)
  • Public Display of Affection
  • Off Task Behavior
  • Littering
  • Locker Use at Wrong Time
level 1 offense
Level 1 Offense
  • Verbal Warning
  • Gives the Student an Opportunity to Correct
  • No Documentation/No Report for 1st Offense
  • Multiple Offenses Push to Level 2 at Teacher’s Discretion
level 2 examples
Level 2 Examples
  • Cheating
  • Verbal Conflict
  • Disrespect
  • Leaving Class Without Permission
level 2 offense
Level 2 Offense
  • Trigger
    • Multiple Same Level 1 Offense
    • One Level 2 Offense
  • Procedure
    • Minor Offense Record (MIR) entered into DRS
    • Contact the Guardian or Parent
    • Conference with Student
level 3 examples
Level 3 Examples
  • Direct Refusal (“No”)
  • Cellphone\Electronic Devices (Student Surrenders)
  • Leaving Classroom with out Permission and does not Return
  • Skipping
  • False Report
  • Unauthorized Sales
  • Gambling
  • Failure to Report to Detention
  • Instigating/Interfering
  • Internet Misuse
  • Unauthorized Items
  • Suspected Harassment
  • Unwanted Contact
level 3 with room call
Level 3 with Room Call
  • Profanity (Excessive or Directed to Staff Member)
  • Fighting
  • Drugs
  • Weapons
  • Vandalism
  • Written Threat
  • Theft/Stealing
  • Hitting/Kicking
  • Disturbance/Disrespect to the point the class can not continue.
  • Failure to Surrender Cell Phone
level 3 offenses
Level 3 Offenses
  • Trigger
    • Multiple Same Level 2 Offenses
    • One Level 3 Offense
  • Procedure
    • If the issue prevents you from continuing to teach or requires an immediate investigation, call for an administrator.
    • Enter Referral in DRS
    • Contact the Parent or Guardian
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