Family/Community Partnerships & PBIS. Kimberli Breen, IL-PBIS Network Technical Assistance Director Joane Scholefield, IL-PBIS Network Family Support Facilitator. FAMILY. SCHOOL. COMMUNITY. Overlapping Spheres of Influence. OUTCOMES. Guiding Principles.
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Kimberli Breen, IL-PBIS Network
Technical Assistance Director
Joane Scholefield, IL-PBIS Network
Family Support Facilitator
1) Human Behavior is functional, understandable, and predictable
2) Human Behavior is malleable (can change)
3) Human behavior occurs within an environmental context, not in a vacuum
4) Human behavior is learned and can be taught/affected by changing aspects of the environmental context
Social Competence &
Percent of students whose parents had personal contact with students' teachers.
Teachers include: all certified staff, such as student counselors and administrators.
Exclude form letters or notices; parental letters/calls relating to student absences; regular notification of grades; student progress report cards; school report cards; attendance at school athletic, music, drama events, and other co-curricular activities.
Reported on State X “School Report Card Data Collection Form”
Is the data useful/accurate?
Do you review this data in Universal team & staff meetings?
What are some other indicators?
1) Set & define clear expectations
2) Teach expectations to S/F/C
3) For effective teaching, you should allow adults to practice new behaviors (make it fun, use small work groups, individually, etc.)
4) PBIS should reinforce adults for support adults offers to PBIS:
1) State behavioral expectations (O-A-T)
2) Specify observable adult behaviors
3) Model appropriate behaviors
4) Adults practice appropriate behaviors
5) Reinforce appropriate behaviors