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Welcome!. January VTPBiS Regional Coordinators Meeting. Agenda. Welcome and Introductions Topic Presentation and Discussion: Implementation Dips and Strategies Interactive Practice Using Data for Decision Making Information, Resources and Plan for Future Meetings. Introductions.

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welcome
Welcome!

January VTPBiS

Regional Coordinators Meeting

agenda
Agenda
  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Topic Presentation and Discussion: Implementation Dips and Strategies
  • Interactive Practice Using Data for Decision Making
  • Information, Resources and Plan for Future Meetings
introductions
Introductions

Pair Share:

  • Introduce yourself to your neighbor and comment on one thing that you are particularly proud of.

As a large group:

  • Introduce yourself, your school or district/SU, and tell the group how long your school has been implementing PBIS
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Implementation Dips and Strategieshttp://youtu.be/oRBchZLkQR0
common implementation dips
Common Implementation Dips
  • Implementation too loosely defined
  • Implementation not managed well
  • Results are poor or are not known
  • The implementation has lost momentum after some period of initial enthusiasm.
  • Other?
1 implementation too loosely defined
#1: Implementation too loosely defined

Strategies:

  • Define and design all efforts within a multi-tiered framework
    • Organize your system using this logic
  • Use the same prevention and intervention procedures for both behavior and academic
  • Create consistent “decision rules” for problem solving and solution finding
  • Define PBIS within your cultural context and in a way that everyone can understand.
2 implementation not managed well
#2 Implementation not managed well

Strategies:

  • Administrator and leadership are key!!!
  • Create an environment where people feel safe
  • Use data tools and provide data information to others regularly
  • Use Team meeting process (TIPS!!!)
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Demonstrate

Mutual Respect for people and ideas

Transparency with dataProtected time to work with facultyProtected team planning time Shared participation

Assume best intentions

Schedule PBIS Time on School Calendar

Honor agreements for meeting

Each person has equal voice

Seek first to understand…then to be understood

3 results are poor or are not known
#3 Results are poor or are not known

Strategies:

  • Create effective and efficient data systems and reporting mechanisms!
  • Understand your data so you can use it for change and explain it to others
  • Share your data with others!

Market it!!!

group cost benefit
Group Cost Benefit

Office Referral Reduction

Across 12 PBIS Schools =5,606

If students miss 45 minutes of instruction for each Office Referral, 5,606 X 45=

252,270 minutes

4204.50 hours or

700 days

of instructional time recovered!!!!!

the vermont story how are we doing
The Vermont Story How are we doing?
  • In 2010, 78% of schools implemented with fidelity over two years.
  • In 2011, 80% of schools implemented with fidelity over two years.
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The Vermont Story

How are we doing?

our challenge
Our Challenge!

Support all Vermont PBIS schools and supervisory unions/districts to:

  • implement PBIS with fidelity over time
  • experience a decrease in problem behaviors and an increase in instructional time
4 the implementation has lost momentum after some period of initial enthusiasm
#4 The implementation has lost momentum after some period of initial enthusiasm

Strategies:

  • Use data -
    • To survey staff perceptions (SAS)
    • To reward staff and student performance
    • To celebrate success
    • To narrow scope of focus (hallways, cafeteria)
  • Take a break between “roll-outs”
  • Acknowledge incremental successes along the way
activity
Activity
  • Break into small groups
  • Review the list of implementation dips
  • Discuss how you can recognize that they are occurring and what you can do to repair or prevent them from happening.
  • Share one dip and strategy with the large group
using data for problem solving
Using data for problem solving
  • Our goal is to help you practice using data to identify problems to help you support your Leadership Teams to create plans for change.
  • To do this, we need to establish an environment where all feel safe to share with each other.
  • What norms do we need to create for this purpose?
common questions for identifying problems and finding solutions
Common Questions for Identifying Problems and Finding Solutions
  • Do we have a problem?(identify)
  • What is the precise nature of our problem? (define, clarify, confirm/disconfirm inferences) 
  • Why does the problem exist, & what can we do about it? (hypothesis & solution)
  • What are the actual elements of our plan? (Action Plan)
  • Is our plan being implemented, & is it working? (evaluate & revise plan)
do we have a problem
Do we have a problem?
  • A problem is a gap between the desired outcome or objective and current status.
  • Data assists in defining the problem.
problem statements
Problem Statements
  • Ultimately, you want to write a “problem statement” that precisely specifies the problem you identified
  • The more Ws (what, when, where, who… why) you incorporate into the problem statement, the more precise the problem statement will be
  • The more precise the problem statement, the easier it will be to generate a solution that “fits” the problem
activity1
Activity

Interactive Practice:

Creating Precise Problem Statements Using SWIS

wrap up logistics
Wrap-up-Logistics
  • Monthly Newsletters
  • PBIS Science of Implementation Leadership Launch
  • TA & Coach availability to Schools
  • Topic-Based Trainings
  • Update Contacts List
  • Future Meetings