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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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family community partnerships pbis

Family/Community Partnerships & PBIS

Kimberli Breen, IL-PBIS Network

Technical Assistance Director

Joane Scholefield, IL-PBIS Network

Family Support Facilitator

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Guiding Principles

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

objectives of presentation
Objectives of Presentation
  • Provide opportunity to reflect on currentstatus of school/family/community partnerships
  • Discuss the larger systems context for this work from the state and district levels, focusing on training and technical assistance models
  • Review of systems, data and practices which enhance these valuable partnerships between school, family and community
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Example: Reflection:What do you see as the benefits of School, Family & Community Partnerships (or Family Involvement)

benefits of family involvement parents pta
Benefits of Family Involvement: Parents (PTA)
  • Communication/relations with children and teachers improves
  • Self-esteem goes up
  • Education level/skills increase
  • Decision-making skills become stronger
  • Attitude toward school and school personnel improves
benefits of family involvement students pta
Benefits of Family Involvement:Students (PTA)
  • Higher grades, test scores, and graduation rates
  • Better school attendance
  • Increased motivation, better self-esteem
  • Lower rates of suspension
  • Decreased use of drugs and alcohol
  • Fewer instances of violent behavior
  • Greater enrollment in postsecondary education
benefits of family involvement teachers pta
Benefits of Family Involvement:Teachers (PTA)
  • Greater morale (and self-esteem)
  • Teaching effectiveness (proficiency) increases
  • Job satisfaction goes up
  • Communication/relations with students, parents, families, and communities improves
  • Community support of schools increases
example reflection what do you see as the costs of schools not partnering with family community

Example:Reflection:What do you see as the costs ofschools not partnering with Family & Community

s f c partnerships action plan
S/F/C Partnerships Action Plan
  • Strengths, Needs, Challenges & Opportunities
    • School Building
    • School District
    • Family Partnerships
    • Community Partnerships
    • County, Regional &/or State Partnerships
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Social Competence &

Academic Achievement

Positive

Behavior

Support

OUTCOMES

Supporting

Decision

Making

Supporting

Staff Behavior

DATA

SYSTEMS

PRACTICES

Supporting

Student Behavior

systems to support school family community partnerships state district building levels
Systems to Support School, Family, Community PartnershipsState, District & Building levels
  • Training
    • Who trains, who’s invited to attend, when are trainings/meetings offered, are costs waived??
  • Provision of Technical Assistance
    • Who provides TA, what’s the content/focus of TA, how often (dosage) ??
  • Resource allocation
    • How is money spent, how are people used, who has access to materials??
  • Data: Collection, Use, Priority?
data to support school family community partnerships state district building levels
Data to Support School, Family, Community PartnershipsState, District & Building levels
  • Collection
    • What is collected, when and why??
  • Use
    • Is this data useful, is it accurate, who sees it (when and how often)??
  • Prioritization
    • Is data on partnerships valued, is it collected and used in same way as other data??
state x family involvement data source

State X: Family Involvement Data Source

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”

assess what does your data say about how well you involve families

Assess:What does your data say about how well you involve families?

Is the data useful/accurate?

Do you review this data in Universal team & staff meetings?

What are some other indicators?

practices to support school family community partnerships state district building levels
Practices to Support School, Family, Community PartnershipsState, District & Building levels
  • Creativity
    • Use of community partners & places in non-traditional ways, meeting at unique times of day/locations, providing tutoring as “child care”
  • Perseverance
    • Application of RtI model for family & community involvement
  • Flexibility
    • Who’s on teams, how are roadblocks addressed, when do teams meet??
designing school wide systems for student success through family involvement

Tertiary Interventions

  • Few families
  • Family voice
  • High Intensity
  • Tertiary Interventions
  • Few families
  • Family voice
  • Intense, durable procedures
  • Secondary Interventions
  • Some families (at-risk)
  • High efficiency
  • Rapid response
  • Planned Interventions
  • Some Individualizing
  • Secondary Interventions
  • Some families (at-risk)
  • High efficiency
  • Rapid response
  • Planned Interventions
  • Some Individualizing
  • Universal Interventions
  • All families
  • Preventive, proactive
  • Universal Interventions
  • All families
  • Preventive, proactive
Designing School-Wide Systems for Student Success through Family Involvement

Academic Systems

Behavioral Systems

1-5%

1-5%

5-10%

5-10%

80-90%

80-90%

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Behavioral Expectations and Matrix…each family can align school expectations with family expectations…

increase buy in apply pbis to adults
Increase Buy-in: Apply PBIS to Adults

1) Set & define clear expectations

  • Let staff/families/communities know your expectations of them (their role, what they may be asked to do, etc)
  • Make sure your PBIS team’s objectives are clear so partners have clear expectations of your team

2) Teach expectations to S/F/C

  • If want teachers to contact families etc., team should model for staff, teach how & hand out materials to use, etc
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Increase Buy-in: Apply PBIS to Adults

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:

  • Group or individual reinforcers
  • Social reinforcers (thank you)
  • Tangible (gift certificates, candy, parkin)
  • Public (newspaper,radio..)
teach behavioral expectations
Teach Behavioral Expectations

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

suggestions for implementers
Suggestions for Implementers
  • Find your local family/community agencies
  • Focus on building S/F/C leaders/coaches
  • Include info on S/F/C partnerships in all PBIS trainings/TA
  • Make S/F/C partnering an expectation of all schools/agencies
  • Invite all groups to all trainings (waive fees)
  • Provide skill training & incentives for partnering
  • Arrange for joint action planning meetings
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S/F/C Partnerships Action Plan
  • Strengths, Needs, Challenges & Opportunities
    • School Building
    • School District
    • Family Partnerships
    • Community Partnerships
    • County, Regional &/or State Partnerships