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What We’ve Learned About PBIS. What is PBIS?. Positive Behavior Interventions & Support is a broad range of systemic and individualized strategies for achieving important social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior with all students Systems support the adult behaviors

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What is pbis
What is PBIS?

  • Positive Behavior Interventions & Support is a broad range of systemic and individualized strategies for achieving important social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior with all students

    • Systems support the adult behaviors

    • Data supports the decision-making

    • Practices support the student behaviors


What makes up a pbis approach
What makes up aPBIS approach?

  • Encourage (preventative, proactive, positive)

  • Data-based Decision Making & Evaluation

  • Discourage Problem Behavior


What makes up our encouragement
What Makes Up Our Encouragement?

  • Encouragement is what we do to prevent behavior issues. It’s proactive.

    • School-wide Expectations and Teach-To’s

      • Classroom teacher spends 1st week on teach-to’s

      • Recess orientation with duties during 1st week

      • Teach-to’s during trimester assemblies

      • Review of teach-to’s and recess orientation after spring break


Encouragement continued
Encouragement Continued

  • Praise (5 positives to 1 negative)

    • Staff trading cards

    • Monthly awards for Attitude, Excellence, and Improvement

    • Wall of Fame bulletin board for monthly award winners

    • Prizes for award winners at trimester assemblies

    • Monthly class awards from Specialists

    • Word of the Week character trait awards


What makes up our data based decision making
What Makes Up OurData Based Decision Making?

  • Track performance progress with continuous monitoring & modification for maximum efficiency and effectiveness

    • Data & graphs provided at monthly PBIS committees and then shared with grade level teams

    • Data & graphs shared & discussed at trimester faculty meetings

    • Staff Surveys


How do we discourage problem behaviors
How Do WeDiscourage Problem Behaviors?

  • Clearly define problem and context

    • School-wide and classroom Teach-To’s

  • Anticipate problem behavior and provide pre-correction as a preventative strategy

    • Situational Teach-To’s

  • Implement consistent procedures

    • Routines, schedules, expectations


Discouraging problem behaviors continued
Discouraging Problem Behaviors Continued

  • Infrequent behavior errors

    • Signal, state rule and expected behavior, have student correct behavior, give positive feedback (Time to Teach model)

  • Chronic behavior errors

    • Pre-correct, go to situation, get attention of students, give reminder, have students practice, acknowledge demonstration, provide positive feedback (Time to Teach model)


Still discouraging problem behaviors
Still Discouraging Problem Behaviors

  • Once the student has been given the opportunity to self-correct the behavior, if they still are not following expectations:

    • Get student attention and re-teach

    • Provide choice between expected behavior and staff-managed consequence (Refocus)

    • Deliver staff managed consequence (Refocus)

    • Deliver office-managed consequence (Office Refocus) with referral form


Office discipline referrals
Office Discipline Referrals

  • Minor (Staff Managed) – Teacher refocuses student, determines consequences, notifies parents, and then turns in referral for office data entry

  • Major (Office Managed) – Teacher sends student and completed referral to office and office refocuses student, determines consequences, notifies parents, and completes data entry


What about johnny
What About Johnny?

  • Secondary Interventions

    • Would have been through Tier 1 interventions (Classroom Refocus, Office Refocus, Friday Academy, etc.)

    • Referral to RtI Team (see Mike)

      • Behavior Contract with rewards

      • Social skills instruction

      • Check In Check Out (CICO)

  • Students identified for extra positive support (see handout)


Our recent data
Our Recent Data…

  • The Big 5 reports from SWIS

  • What do we need to do next year to get to the next level?


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