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Reflection Questions. Answer these questions about your SW-PBS team: About what percent of your staff have bought into PBS? What did or did not work to get faculty buy-in? What does your team need to do to get more faculty input on the critical elements?

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Reflection questions

Reflection Questions

  • Answer these questions about your SW-PBS team:

  • About what percent of your staff have bought into PBS?

  • What did or did not work to get faculty buy-in?

  • What does your team need to do to get more faculty input on the critical elements?

  • How does your team share data with the faculty?

  • What strategies might help you get greater faculty buy-in?


Reflection questions definitions

Reflection Questions definitions

  • Answer these questions about your PBIS team:

  • Are all terms on your discipline referral defined? 

  • Did you get faculty input on the definitions?

  • Do you need to review and revise any definitions of problem behavior? If yes, which ones?

  • Do the faculty know and consistently use the definitions?  If no, how can your team review the definitions with the faculty?


Reflection questions minor major crisis

Reflection Questions Minor, Major, Crisis

Answer these questions about your PBIS team:

  • Are all your discipline incidents categorized as major, minor or crisis?

  • Do you need to review and revise which items are categorized as major, minor or crisis?

  • Do the faculty at your school know which behaviors are major, minor or crisis? If no, how can your team review the major, minor and crisis incidents?


Reflection questions referral forms

Reflection Questions Referral Forms

  • Answer these questions about your PBIS team:

  • Does your referral form have the following?

    • Student's Name; Student's Ethnicity; Grade Level; Date; Time; Referring Staff; Incident Type; Location; Motivation; Others Involved; Administrative Decision 

  • Does the staff at your school consistently fill out the form correctly?

    • If “No”, provide some suggestions for ways to retrain the staff

  • Does your school use a minor or classroom behavior tracking form?

    • If "Yes":

      • are staff consistently using the form?

      • are staff correctly using the form?

    • If you answered “No":

      • What are some suggestions for retraining your staff on using the minor form?  


Reflection questions referral process

Reflection Questions Referral Process

Answer these questions about your PBIS team:

  • Has your PBIS team developed a coherent discipline referral process that includes procedures for handling minor, major and crisis situations?

  • Has the discipline referral process been reviewed with all faculty this school year?

  • Are all faculty following the current discipline referral process? Explain why or why not.

  • If faculty are not following the process what do you think needs to be done so that all faculty are following it? Do you think the team needs to review and possible revise the process? If yes, what suggestions do you have to make it better?


Reflection questions data decision

Reflection QuestionsData Decision

Answer these questions about your PBIS team:

  • Has your PBIS team been reviewing other sources of data on a regular basis?

    • If “yes”, what types of decisions have the data informed?

    • If “no”, how might the data inform decision-making?

  • What trends are apparent in your data (both strengths and weaknesses)?

  • What objective and measurable goals could be set for school improvement based on these data?

    - Example, increase percentage of students feeling safe from 72% to 80% by 2007/2008 school year

  • What additional information could be used or collected to better understand these data?

  • How are you (or could you) sharing these data with school staff, parents, and students?


Reflection questions acknowledgement program

Reflection QuestionsAcknowledgement Program

Answer these questions about your SW-PBS team:

  • Has your PBS team developed a Reward System for recognizing desired student outcome?

  • 2. Is the current Reward System: (Answer either "Yes" or "No" to each part)

  •   a. easy to incorporate into daily activities? 

  • b. portable enough so teachers can recognize students who are not in their classes?

  • c. only allowing for rewards to be delivered contingent on desired behaviors?

  • d. refraining from threatening the loss of rewards?

  • e. allowing for all students to eligible to earn rewards throughout the day everyday?

  • f. using an array of rewards to maintain student interest?


Reflection questions1

Reflection Questions

  • Answer these questions about your SW-PBS team:

  • 3. What are the strengths of the Reward System? What areas need to be improved? What are some suggestions that you have to improve the Reward System?

  • 4. Does the current Reward System have an opportunity for teachers and staff to earn rewards? What is your personal philosophy on providing rewards to students for the display of appropriate behavior?


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