Small steps = Big Rewards North East Education Center PBIS Summit January 23, 2014. Kristi Bonter , Principal Lisa Cobb, LMSW Angie Jerome, Teacher. North East Education Center. Center Based Program for students with Severe Emotional Impairments Students
Small steps = Big Rewards North East Education CenterPBIS SummitJanuary 23, 2014
Kristi Bonter, Principal
Lisa Cobb, LMSWAngie Jerome, Teacher
Severe Emotional Impairments
The mission of the NEEC is to promote optimism, trust, forgiveness, and character development through setting the clear expectations of Respect, Responsibility, having a Good Attitude and being Safe in a therapeutic environment; ultimately increasing academic achievement.
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
Tertiary: Seclusion, Restraint, Police calls, Probation, Juvenile Court
Secondary: In school suspension, out of school suspension, SSW individual and group therapy. Community supports (CMH, Catholic Charities, Webster House, Health Department, Child Abuse Council, DHS etc.), Parenting Class.
Primary: SSW Group therapy, Functional Behavior Assessments, Behavior Intervention Plans, Level System, LSCI, PBIS, Sit-Out, Time-Out, Friday Fun, Store Points, Teacher Caught-Being-Good, Daily/Weekly Parent communication.
Caught Being Good
Respect Good Attitude
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The “problems” that kids cause are not the cause of their problems.
Paying attention in a particular way
In the present moment
RESOURCES:The Shadow Effectby Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford, Marianne WilliamsonThe Angry Smile: The Psychology of Passive-Aggressive Behavior in Families, Schools and Workplacesby Nicholas James Long, Jody E. Long, Signe WhitsonLost at Schoolby Dr. Ross GreeneThe Explosive Childby Dr. Ross GreeneLife Space Crisis Intervention: Talking With Students in Conflictby Nicholas James Long, Mary M. Wood, Frank A. FecserPositive Peer Culture (Modern Applications of Social Work)by Larry K. Brendto, Harry H. Vorrath