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"This \'telephone\' has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us." -- Western Union internal memo, 1876.

"You ain\'t goin\' nowhere, son. You ought to go back to drivin\' a truck." -- Jimmy Denny, manager of the Grand Ole Opry, to Elvis Presley in 1954.

"I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." -- Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943.

"There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home." -- Ken Olson, president, chairman, founder of Digital Equipment Corp, 1977.

"He has a shot at winning (the Giants\') 4th receiver role." -- The 2011 ESPN Fantasy Football profile of Victor Cruz.

"Don\'t quit show business. Who could ever make a living at fantasy football?" -- Pretty much everyone I talked to in 2005.

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Date this Quote:

“The children of today now love luxury. They have bad manners. They show disrespect to adults, and love to talk, rather than work or exercise.  They contradict their parents, chatter in front of company, gobble down their food at the table, and intimidate their teachers.”

Socrates (469-399 B.C.)

There has always been the need to problem-solve and teach behavior!!!!

Plato:

“A boy is, of all wild beasts, the most difficult to manage.”

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skills for the 21 st century
Skills for the 21st Century

Michigan DLEG/RS. 2008. Your Keys to Job Success: Skills Michigan employers have said they\'re looking for.

Dependable

Responsible

Honest

Respects others

Good listener

Follows directions

On time for work

Good attendance

Free from substance abuse

Shows initiative

Accurate in one’s work

Works with minimum supervision

Pride in one’s work

Willing to learn

Works well with co-workers

Cooperates as a part of a team

Flexible

Completes tasks on time

Enthusiasm for work

Follows work rules

Treats customers well

Uses common sense

Problem-solving skills

Basic writing, math and computer skills

how do we teach behavior
How do we teach Behavior?

If a student does not know how to read….we teach.

If a student does not know how to multiply….we teach.

If a student does not know how to swim….we teach.

If a student does not know how to behave….

WE PUNISH???????

reactive

proactive

why misbehavior
Why Misbehavior?

When students lack the necessary skills for the demands of the environment, misbehavior results…….

Demands of School

Student Skills

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Need for Problem-Solving Processes to identify to true source of the problem for each student

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Need for Problem-Solving Processes to identify to true source of the problem for each student

comments on punishment
COMMENTS ON PUNISHMENT

Punishment has been shown to be ineffective in the long term and does not frequently generalize into other settings.

Punishment does not work because it does not teach!

Effective behavioral strategies are teaching strategies.

we need to teach behavior the same way we teach reading math science etc
We need to teach behavior the same way we teach reading, math, science, etc.

Teach

Model

Practice

Praise

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In a small town, a group of teachers gathered down at the river. Not long after they got there, a child came floating down the rapids calling for help. One of the teachers on the shore quickly dove in and pulled the child out.

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Minutes later another child came, then another, and then many more children were coming down the river. Soon everyone was diving in and dragging children to the shore,

then jumping back in to save as many as they could.

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In the midst of all this frenzy, one of the group was seen walking away. Her colleagues were irate. How could she leave when there were so many children to save? After long hours, to everyone’s relief, the flow of children stopped, and the group could finally catch their breath.

At that moment, their colleague came back. They turned on her and angrily shouted:

“HOW COULD YOU WALK

OFF WHEN WE NEEDED

EVERYONE HERE TO SAVE

THE CHILDREN?”

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The teacher replied, “It occurred to me that someone ought to go upstream and find out why so many kids were falling into the river. What I found is that the old wooden bridge had several planks missing, and when some children tried to jump over the gap, they couldn’t make it and fell through into the river. So I got someone to fix the bridge.”

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what now
What Now?

RTI – Mandated at Federal & State Levels

FPS created a group to develop a definition and framework for RTI

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We tend to wait for the next fad in education to pass us by or fall down the drain because they always do!

defending what you do
Defending what you do!

Michigan Public School teachers are blamed for the Michigan economy, Hurricane Katrina and world hunger.

two approaches to take when we are faced with adversity fight or flight
TWO APPROACHES TO TAKE WHEN WE ARE FACED WITH ADVERSITY: FIGHT OR FLIGHT

FLIGHT - If you define cowardice as running away at the first sign of danger, screaming and tripping and begging for mercy, then yes, Mr. Brave man, I guess I\'m a coward.

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Visual Impairments

Intellectual disabilities

Hard of Hearing

Emotional behavior disorders

SLI

AD/HD

Autism

SLD

OHI

So why do we teach to these two?

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PBIS is the broccoli of education. Everyone knows they are good for you but no one likes it!

  • PBIS is not rocket science……but they are science!
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Questions?

But if you have difficult questions…..

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