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Nonpublic Special Education Programs Annual Conference:Teaching, Acknowledging, and Redirecting

Dr. Hank Bohanon

Loyola University of Chicago

[email protected]

http://www.luc.edu/cseit

Center for School Evaluation, Intervention, & Training, Loyola University of Chicago

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Welcome

  • Greetings and Key Elements

    • Principles

    • Teaching and Acknowledging

    • Redirection

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Powerpoint

  • Participants will have an increased upstanding of approaches to creating a supportive environment for all students.

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General Theme

  • Systems, Practices, Data

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Thank you!

  • ISBE

  • Chicago Public Schools

  • IL-PBIS

  • University of Kansas

  • Loyola University and CSEIT

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Thank you

  • Staff and Leadership of CPS Schools

  • Research Team from Loyola

    • Dr. Pamela Fenning – [email protected]

      • Contact about policy and group level supports

      • See article

  • Journal of School Violence (2004), Vol. 3, (1)

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Gina Bartucci [email protected]

Alissa Briggs [email protected]

Dr. Pamela Fenning, [email protected]

Kira Hicks

[email protected]

Lisa Lewis

[email protected]

Lauren McArdle [email protected]

Jennifer Mills

[email protected]

Dr. Diane Morrison [email protected]

Steve Ramano (IL-PBIS)[email protected]

Jennifer Rose

[email protected]

Dr. Lynda Stone [email protected]

Stacey Weber

[email protected]

Colleagues

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Thank you!

  • “Systematic Analysis and Model Development for High School Positive Behavior Support” Institute for Education Science, U.S. Department of Education, Submitted with the University of Oregon. Awarded 2007.”

  • “Character Education: Application of Positive Behavior Supports” to U.S. Department of Education, Safe and Drug Free Schools. Awarded 2007.”

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Ideas

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What IDEA says about PBS

  • Consider if Impedes

  • School-wide

  • General education

  • Incidental benefit

  • Service not a place

  • School-improvement

  • FBA/BIP

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Principles

  • Behavior

  • Reinforcement

  • Punishment

  • Setting events

  • Discipline

  • Shaping

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Principles

  • Behavior = Purposive & Communitive

  • Reinforcement = Add or take away something, behavior goes up

  • Punishment = You do something behavior does not occur again

  • Setting events = before behavior

  • Discipline = to teach

  • Shaping = baby steps

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Punishment

  • What things have you stopped doing professionally?

  • What are some the reasons people stop a practice?

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Shaping

  • Not acknowledging the problem behaviors

  • Prompting what you want to see

  • Reinforcing behaviors close to the goal

  • What About Bob?

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Shaping

  • How are new skills of staff supported?

  • Think of a skill that you learned as a child.

    • How did you learn the skill?

    • Who taught you?

    • How were you supported?

    • What did you have to do to grow?

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Teaching

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Teaching Expectations

Examples

  • Staff orientation meetings

  • Assemblies

  • Lesson plans for homerooms

  • Posters

  • Booster weeks

Key Elements

  • Rationale

  • Negative examples

  • Positive examples

  • Practice

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Teaching

  • Identify areas of need

  • Develop plans and post

  • Lesson

    • - Identify expectation

    • - Rationale

    • - Non-example/example

    • - Practice/Feedback (Set limits and pre-teach stop prompt)

    • - Evaluation

  • Booster Sessions as necessary

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Acknowledgement

  • Frequent (Daily)

  • Intermediate (Weekly/Monthly)

  • Large (Quarterly/Bi-Annually)

  • Includes staff and students

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Acknowledging Students and Staff

Examples

  • Buzzy Bucks/School Store

  • Monthly raffles for students teachers, and support staff

  • Best Homeroom Challenge

  • Gold and Silver ID cards

  • Honors Dinner

  • Birthday Cards

  • School-Wide Celebrations

  • Key Elements

  • Variety of reinforcers

  • Specific/Immediate

  • Training

  • Rationale

  • Developmentally appropriate

  • Don’t forget the big people

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Buzzy Buck

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Gold and Silver ID Cards

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Birthday Cards and Pencils

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Policies

  • Clear on office v.s. class

    • Classroom management

  • Communicated with staff

    • Teach, post, remind

  • Support what you train/expect

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Teacher-Managed

Excessive talking

Tardy: Inform Parents

Off Task

Drinks/Food/Headphones (as posted)

Missing Homework

Not Prepared for Class

Inappropriate Language

Dishonesty

PDA

Hallway Disruption

Passing Notes

Cheating/Plagiarism

Office-Managed

Attendance & Tardy

Insubordination

Fighting

Vandalism

Verbal/Physical Intimidation

Weapons

Gang Representation

Cutting Class/School/Teacher Detention

Theft

Drug Violations

Directed Profanity

Arson

Harassment (including sexual)

Controlled Substances

Threats

Security Threat/Breach

Repeated/Severe Offenses

Dress Code Violations

Hallway Disruption – Non Compliance

IL Public School

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Redirecting

  • Equip teachers to handle minors

  • Hallway issues

  • Saving face

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Scheduling and communication

Creation and use of an agenda

Meeting begins and ends on-time

Keeping the meeting on track

Action plan/delegating tasks

Meeting Participation

Dissemination of meeting notes

Effective Meetings

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School 1 Office Referrals By Month By Year

4

3.5

3

2.5

02-03

Per Day Per Month Per 100 Students Per Average Daily Enrollment

03-04

2

04-05

05-06

1.5

1

0.5

0

September October November December Jan

uary February March April May

June

Months

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17.9%

decrease

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  • Great article on professional development

  • http://www.ku-crl.org/archives/pd/partnership.html

  • High Schools and PBS

    • http://www.pbis.org/highschool.htm

  • Maryland PBIS

    • http://www.pbismaryland.org/

  • Tennessee Examples

    • http://web.utk.edu/~swpbs/examples.htm

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Share with the group

Road Map to Secondary Supports (Vol 22, # 1)

http://www.internationalsped.com/documents/4%20Raver.doc

New Hampshire

http://www.seresc.net/ed_nhcebis.php

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