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Getting to Best Behavior- Using Response to Intervention for Behavioral Concerns
Betty White, Former President, TSCA
PBS integrates 4 elements:
Specialized Group Systems for students with At-Risk Behaviors-15%
Specialized Individualized Systems for students with At-Risk Behaviors-5%
5% of students-Specialized Individual Plans for Students with High Risk Behaviors
15% of students-Specialized Group Systems for Students with At-Risk Behaviors
80% of students-Primary Prevention-School/Classroom Systems for all students, staff, and settings
Team Meets Regularly-Based on Needs- Usually Starts Weekly and moves to Bi-weekly and Monthly
Data is used to guide decision making
Team shares plan and gets input from faculty and staff
(Assumption: Students misbehave in large part because they do not know/remember the rules or the expectations or they cannot perform the expected action-20+ repetitions needed for mastery.)
(Form 3) . The 80% staff rule applies here.