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PBIS Regional Meeting for Team Leaders and Coaches. November 27, 2006 Sheppard Pratt Conference Center. Regional Meeting Baltimore County Margaret Kidder Joey Parr Harford County Sharon Grose Dan Mitchell Baltimore City Manuel Raposo. State Level Representatives MSDE

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pbis regional meeting for team leaders and coaches

PBIS Regional Meeting for Team Leaders and Coaches

November 27, 2006

Sheppard Pratt Conference Center

welcome and introductions
Regional Meeting

Baltimore County

Margaret Kidder

Joey Parr

Harford County

Sharon Grose

Dan Mitchell

Baltimore City

Manuel Raposo

State Level Representatives

MSDE

Andrea Alexander

Milt McKenna

Sheppard Pratt Health System

Susan Barrett

Jerry Bloom

Johns Hopkins University

Phil Leaf

Catherine Bradshaw

Katrina Debnam

Welcome and Introductions
three tiered model for prevention and intervention behavior supports academics

Academic Systems

Behavioral Systems

  • Tier 3:
  • Intensive Interventions
  • Small groups/individual students
  • Reduce complexity and severity
  • of academic problems
  • Tier 3:
  • Intensive Interventions
  • Small groups/individual students
  • Reduce complexity and severity
  • of behavior problems
  • Tier 2:
  • Targeted Interventions
  • Groups of students/at risk
  • Reduce academic problems
  • Tier 2:
  • Targeted Interventions
  • Groups of students/at risk
  • Reduce behavior problems
  • Tier 1:
  • Universal Interventions
  • All settings, all students
  • Prevent academic problems
  • Tier 1:
  • Universal Interventions
  • All settings, all students
  • Prevent behavior problems
Three-Tiered Model for Prevention and Intervention: Behavior Supports Academics

1-5%

1-5%

5-10%

5-10%

80-90%

80-90%

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Process for Supporting Social Competence and

Academic Achievement

OUTCOMES

Supporting

Staff

Behavior

Supporting

Decision

Making

DATA

School-wide

Classroom

Non-classroom

Individual

SYSTEMS

Office Discipline Referrals

Staff Input

Academic Progress

Attendance

PRACTICES

Define behavior expectations

Specify routines

Teach

Acknowledge

Correct

Follow up and feedback

Reinforcement

Generalization

Supporting

Student Behavior

congratulations
Congratulations!

All data was submitted on time for all BCPS schools!!!!

percentage of baltimore county pbis schools and length of time implementing pbis
Percentage of Baltimore County PBIS Schools and Length of Time Implementing PBIS

6th+ Year

6 schools

1st Year

15 schools

5th Year

11 schools

4th Year

9 schools

2nd Year

16 schools

3rd Year

6 schools

63 PBIS Schools

how well are schools implementing the concepts of pbis
How Well are Schools Implementing the Concepts of PBIS?
  • Team Implementation Checklist (Form A)
    • School self-report
    • Completed monthly
    • Measures the number of critical features in place
  • Implementation Phases Inventory (IPI)
    • Completed semi-annually
    • Measures 4 levels of implementation
    • Measures 36 critical elements
self report data from form a mean percentage of features in place reported by elementary schools
Self-Report Data from Form A– Mean Percentage of Features in Place Reported by Elementary Schools

n = 28 schools

n = 10 schools

n = 38 schools

self report data from form a mean percentage of features in place reported by middle schools
Self-Report Data from Form A– Mean Percentage of Features in Place Reported by Middle Schools

n = 14 schools

n = 3 schools

n = 17 schools

self report data from form a mean percentage of features in place reported by high schools
Self-Report Data from Form A– Mean Percentage of Features in Place Reported by High Schools

n = 6 schools

n = 2 schools

n = 8 schools

self report data from form a mean percentage of features in place for pbis schools
Self-Report Data from Form A—Mean Percentage of Features in Place for PBIS Schools

n = 38 schools

n = 17 schools

n = 8 schools

implementation phases inventory ipi
Implementation Phases Inventory (IPI)
  • Features of PBIS listed, defined, and scored to obtain scores in the following categories:
    • Preparation Phase
    • Initiation Phase
    • Implementation Phase
    • Maintenance Phase
  • Percentage of the 36 Critical Elements also obtained
implementation phases inventory percentage of schools in each phase by elementary middle and high
Implementation Phases Inventory—Percentage of Schools in each Phaseby Elementary, Middle, and High

Middle Schools

(17)

High Schools

(8)

Elementary Schools

(38)

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Implementation Phases Inventory—Percentage of Critical Features in Place by Elementary, Middle, and High

(38)

(18)

(7)

pbis school binders1
PBIS School Binders
  • Activity Log and Contacts Page
  • PBIS Overview and Key Concepts
  • Action Planning
  • Your School PBIS Committee
    • Information
    • Schedule of Meetings
    • Agendas of Meetings
    • Minutes from Meetings
pbis school binders con t
PBIS School Binders (con’t.)
  • Forms
    • Forms and when due
    • Codes for online submission
    • Copies of your forms
  • Data Decision Making
    • Guidelines
    • SWIS data
  • Your School’s Products
    • Rules, matrix, classroom vs. office managed behaviors, gotcha’s, certificates, etc.
pbis school binders con t1
PBIS School Binders (con’t.)
  • Training Materials
    • Manual for your school, lesson plans, information for substitutes
  • Positive Reinforcement System
    • Incentives
  • Discipline Practices
    • Office discipline form, reflection forms, buddy rooms
  • PBIS and Family Involvement
  • PBIS Recognition Awards
pbis school recognition awards1
PBIS School Recognition Awards
  • Three levels of awards:
    • PBIS Maryland Green Ribbon School
    • PBIS Maryland Banner School
    • PBIS Maryland Exemplar School
  • Application process
    • Submit to Maryland State Leadership Team with copy to local leadership
pbis maryland green ribbon school
Active administration

PBIS team is in place

PBIS team meets monthly

All required forms submitted on time

Data is collected and reviewed

SET 80% or above

Ribbon is awarded

PBIS Maryland Green Ribbon School
pbis maryland banner school
Team uses data to make decisions

Team shares data with staff at least monthly

Team considers multiple data elements and documents improvement (e.g., office referrals, suspensions, attendance, etc.)

SET 90% or above

Banner is awarded

PBIS Banner School

2007

PBIS Maryland Banner School
pbis maryland exemplar school
Multiple data elements are aggregated, reviewed, and reported and improvement in behavior positively affects achievement

PBIS activities are part of the school culture

SET 95% or above

BOQ 75% or above

Banner and plaque are awarded

PBIS Maryland Exemplar School

PBIS Exemplar School2007

pbis maryland school recognition awards
PBIS Maryland School Recognition Awards
  • Application is submitted by the PBIS school
  • Guide questions are answered—for example:
    • How does the team use data to make decisions?
    • How do you share information with the faculty?
    • What are the strengths of your program?
    • In what areas of PBIS does your school excel?
    • Discuss the changes you have noticed since PBIS
    • Are you willing to present at the Summer Institute or make a poster display for the Summer Training?
evaluation tools

Evaluation Tools

SET—School-wide Evaluation Tool

BOQ—Benchmarks of Quality

set school wide evaluation tool
SET—School-wide Evaluation Tool
  • Interview with the administrator
  • Interview with staff
    • What are the school rules?
    • Have you given any gotcha’s recently?
  • Interview with students
    • What are the school rules?
    • Have you received a gotcha recently?
  • Observation of the building
    • Are rules and expectations posted?
    • Is the documented crisis plan posted?
set school wide evaluation tool1
SET—School-wide Evaluation Tool
  • Seven critical features of PBIS are assessed:
    • Expectations Defined
    • Behavioral Expectations Taught
    • On-going system of rewarding behavioral expectations
    • System for responding to behavioral violations
    • Monitoring and decision-making
    • Management
    • District level support
boq benchmarks of quality
BOQ—Benchmarks of Quality
  • Every member of the PBIS team completes the BOQ
    • Using scale of In place, Needs improvement, or Not in place
  • Coach completes the BOQ using a rubric
    • Points are awarded based on specifically defined criteria
  • The team members results are compared with the points from the rubric to identify areas of discrepancy and/or need; these results can be used for next year’s action planning
    • The final score is based on how the school’s implementation matches the criteria of the rubric
boq benchmarks of quality1
BOQ—Benchmarks of Quality
  • Critical elements assessed:
    • PBIS team
    • Faculty commitment
    • Effective procedures for dealing with discipline
    • Data entry and analysis plan established
    • Expectations and rules developed
    • Reward and recognition program established
    • Lesson plans for teaching expectations and rules
    • Implementation plan
    • Crisis plan
    • Evaluation
shady spring elementary school

Shady Spring Elementary School

Marilyn Audlin, Principal

Nancy Klein, Assistant Principal

Nancy Umberger, PBIS Chairperson

Leslie Naimaster, PBIS Coach

old court middle school

Old Court Middle School

Lynette Woodley, Principal

Delores Tedeschi-Butler, Assistant Principal

Rhonda McKinney, PBIS Chairperson

Taneshia McKeemer, PBIS Coach

stemmers run middle school

Stemmers Run Middle School

John Ward, Principal

Wade Kerns, Assistant Principal

Brian Muffoletto, PBIS Chairperson

Andrew Pariser, PBIS Coach

chase elementary school

Chase Elementary School

Sharon Whitlock, Principal

Patricia Blair, Assistant Principal

Nancy Waters, PBIS Chairperson

Trish Baynes, PBIS Coach

general john stricker middle school

General John Stricker Middle School

Deborah Klaus, Principal

Mike McWilliams, Assistant Principal

and PBIS Chairperson

Jennifer Jackson, PBIS Coach

lansdowne high school

Lansdowne High School

Lynda Whitlock, Principal

Chris Wilde, Assistant Principal

Brian Mangiafico, PBIS Chairperson

Phil Brach, PBIS Coach

questions and concluding remarks

Questions and Concluding Remarks

Please complete your

Evaluation Form

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Thank you for your support

as we continue to

REACH FOR THE STARS

and help students believe in

themselves and achieve in

our Maryland Schools

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