Navigating Your Way to Student Success with SWPBS

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Objectives . Review each SWPBS Essential ComponentExamine Artifact(s) for each ComponentUse the reflection questions to determine if you're navigating in the correct direction.. Reflection Questions. Have we done it?Did we do it well?Is it in our action plan?How will we communicate/teach it?. Essential Components.

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1. Navigating Your Way to Student Success with SWPBS Emerging Teams

2. Objectives Review each SWPBS Essential Component Examine Artifact(s) for each Component Use the reflection questions to determine if you’re navigating in the correct direction.

3. Reflection Questions Have we done it? Did we do it well? Is it in our action plan? How will we communicate/teach it? Reflective questions that you will be hearing over and over again today.Reflective questions that you will be hearing over and over again today.

4. Essential Components 1. Administrative Support, Participation and Leadership 2. Common purpose and approach to discipline. 3. Clear set of positive expectations and behaviors. 4. Procedures for teaching expected behavior 5. Continuum of procedures for encouraging expected behavior. 6. Continuum of procedures for discouraging inappropriate behavior. 7. Procedures for ongoing monitoring. Bring Poster with the 7 componentsBring Poster with the 7 components

5. Essential Component 6: Continuum of Procedures for Discouraging Inappropriate Behavior Researchers have concluded that when a principal is not solidly behind a school improvement plan it is likely to stumble or dissipate(Colvin,Sugai, Kameenui, frase, Fullan, Sprick, Wise, Marcum, Haykim, and Howard)Researchers have concluded that when a principal is not solidly behind a school improvement plan it is likely to stumble or dissipate(Colvin,Sugai, Kameenui, frase, Fullan, Sprick, Wise, Marcum, Haykim, and Howard)

6. Have We Done “it”? Define Rule Violations Corrective Response Define (classroom vs. office managed) Communicate Teach Implement with Fidelity SCHOOLWIDE Feedback Office Disciplinary Referral Form

7. Did We Do “it” Well? Artifacts Problem Behavior Definitions Corrective Response Continuum Narrative (e.g., in ALL Handbooks) Flow Chart Professional Development Plan Handbooks, newsletters, etc in your communication plan Office Disciplinary Referral Form PROMPT REDIRECT RE-TEACH PROVIDE CHOICES CONFERENCE SHORT REMOVALPROMPT REDIRECT RE-TEACH PROVIDE CHOICES CONFERENCE SHORT REMOVAL

8. Is “it” in our Action Plan? Rule Violations Defined

9. Corrective Response

10. Corrective Response …continued

11. How Will We Communicate “it” to Our Stakeholders? Check the Communication Plan and consider the process for communicating: Definitions Continuum of Corrective Response and Corrective Feedback Office Disciplinary Referral (ODR) Form Completion and Submission

12. Essential Component 7: Procedures for Ongoing Monitoring

13. Have we done “it”? Data Collection Processes Data Analysis Processes

14. Did we do “it” well? Data Collection Processes

15. Is “it” in our action plan? How will we communicate “it” to our stakeholders?

16. Have we done “it”? Data Analysis Processes #5 Data-based Decision Making Have we created a team that is representative of the whole staff . Has everyone been assigned a role. Have we established an agenda and meeting log format? How are we communicating the meeting notes to everyone and the regional consultant?Have we created a team that is representative of the whole staff . Has everyone been assigned a role. Have we established an agenda and meeting log format? How are we communicating the meeting notes to everyone and the regional consultant?

17. Big 5 Data Review Guide Used With Big 5 Data Report Identify Problem Context Select Replacement from Matrix Develop Schoolwide Intervention Plan Essential Component Survey Item Analysis Used With PBS Surveys Results Review of Perceptual and Observation Data by Essential Feature Guides Intervention and Action Planning These relate to Question 6 on the ET Checklist We will practice using the Big 5 Data Review Guide There will be Practice with the Essential Feature Survey Item Analysis during Regional Team TimeThese relate to Question 6 on the ET Checklist We will practice using the Big 5 Data Review Guide There will be Practice with the Essential Feature Survey Item Analysis during Regional Team Time

18. Did we do “it” well? The Big 5 Data Review Guide The Essential Component Survey Item Analysis

19. Data Collection and Analysis Processes

20. Survey Item Analysis Are the perceptions of stakeholders who took the survey (faculty, staff, parents, students, and/or community members) generally positive in that they indicate a feature is in place, or that there is work toward establishing the component in question? Are the perceptions of stakeholders who took the survey (faculty, staff, parents, students, and/or community members) generally negative in that they indicate a feature is not in place, or that there is not work toward establishing the component in question? Are there factors that are helping to drive implementation of the feature in question? Or are the factors that are barriers that are hindering the implementation of the component? Does your faculty need training or professional learning focused on this feature?

21. Consider whether results of each survey confirm or conflict with results from other schoolwide survey results or with external observation (SET). Are the results of surveys consistent, and do they provide adequate guidance for actionable steps? If so consider the following: Are there specific actionable steps that your team needs to maintain on the Action Plan related to this component? Are there specific actionable steps that your team needs tweak or change on the Action Plan related to this component?

22. Is “it” in our action plan? Are there specific actionable steps that our team needs to add to our Action Plan related to these components? Specify: timeline for implementation, method to assess fidelity of implementation, method and measure to assess outcome, responsible party for each action step.

23. Self-Assessment Survey Schoolwide Portion of the SAS

24. Writing an Actionable Step SAS Schoolwide Results indicate that staff have a mixed perception of the purpose for SW-PBS. What can your SW-PBS Team do as an Actionable Step to address this? Include: Goal Steps Resources Timeline Implementation Fidelity Measure Outcome Measure

25. How will we communicate “it” to our stakeholders?

26. Have we done “it”? Data Collection and Analysis Processes # 8 School Data Profile Have we created a team that is representative of the whole staff . Has everyone been assigned a role. Have we established an agenda and meeting log format? How are we communicating the meeting notes to everyone and the regional consultant?Have we created a team that is representative of the whole staff . Has everyone been assigned a role. Have we established an agenda and meeting log format? How are we communicating the meeting notes to everyone and the regional consultant?

27. Online Collection of Factors outlined by the PBIS Blueprint DESE Data (MAP, MSIP, Attendance, Graduation) PBS Surveys School Submitted Data (submitted in November) Schoolwide Staffing New Staff Assistance Referrals Office Discipline Referrals by Grade Levels Referrals by Students Future Plans for School, District and State Analysis

28. Is “it” in our action plan?

29. How will we communicate “it” to our stakeholders? School Data Profile DescriptorSchool Data Profile Descriptor

30. Essential Components 1. Administrative Support, Participation and Leadership 2. Common purpose and approach to discipline. 3. Clear set of positive expectations and behaviors. 4. Procedures for teaching expected behavior 5. Continuum of procedures for encouraging expected behavior. 6. Continuum of procedures for discouraging inappropriate behavior. 7. Procedures for ongoing monitoring. Bring Poster with the 7 componentsBring Poster with the 7 components

31. This has been one of the many steps in your SW-PBS journey. The next leg of your adventure will be to navigate your way through schoolwide implementation with ALL students! Your work today should help you set a successful course for the coming school year.

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