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Module 6: Developing Behavior Tracking Forms. Data System. Definitions. Establishing a Data-based Decision-making System. Referral Form. Referral Process. Characteristics of a SWIS III Compatible Referral Form.

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Data System


Establishing a Data-based

Decision-making System

Referral Form

Referral Process

characteristics of a swis iii compatible referral form
Characteristics of a SWIS IIICompatible Referral Form
  • A clear distinction must exist between problem behaviors that are staff-managed (minor) versus problem behaviors that are office-managed or crisis (major)
major discipline incidents
Major Discipline Incidents
  • Defined
    • Discipline incidents that must be handled by the administration. These may include but are not limited to: physical fights, property damage, drugs, weapons, tobacco, etc.
  • Purpose
    • Once problem behaviors are operationally defined, it is essential that the team distinguish the major discipline incidents from the minor to determine the appropriate consequence
minor discipline incidents
Minor Discipline Incidents
  • Defined
    • Discipline incidents that can be handled by the classroom teacher and usually do not warrant a discipline referral to the office*. These may include but are not limited to: tardiness to class, lack of classroom material, incomplete classroom assignments, gum chewing, etc.
  • Purpose
    • To determine appropriate consequence and where the consequence should be delivered
  • * These incidences are still tracked but the consequence is delivered in the classroom
emergency or crisis incidents
Emergency or Crisis Incidents
  • Defined*
    • Discipline incidents that require immediate response from administration and/or crisis response team. These incidences may cause short-term change to a school’s Positive Behavior Support Plan and may include, but are not limited to: Bomb Threats, Weapons Alerts, Intruder, Fire Evacuations, etc.
    • *These incidents do not necessarily result in an ODR
  • Purpose
    • Maintain order and safety during emergency situations

* Each school is urged to consult their district and school policies for emergency/crisis incidents

reflection questions
Reflection Questions
  • Answer these questions about your SW-PBS team:
  • Do you have all your discipline incidents categorized as major, minor or crisis?
  • Do you need to review and revise which items are categorized as major, minor or crisis?
  • Do the faculty at your school know which behaviors are major, minor or crisis? If no, how can your team review the major, minor and crisis incidents?
  • You have completed Florida's PBS Project School-wide Positive Behavior Support Module 6: Developing a Behavior Tracking Form.
  • If you would like a certificate of completion please print this page.
  • We hope that you enjoyed the training module!