Positive Behavior Support Technical Assistance Day. Louisiana Positive Behavior Support Project. Expectations. Be Respectful. Positive Behavior Support. Be an active listener. Be Responsible. Manage time wisely during activities & breaks (silence cell phones). Be Positive.
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Louisiana Positive Behavior Support Project
Positive Behavior Support
Be an active listener
Manage time wisely during activities & breaks (silence cell phones)
Work smarter, not harder
No agenda is prepared
People get off task
No one shows for meetings
“homework” before they leave a meeting
Teachers aren’t motivated
(tickets/bucks, attendance, lessons, parking, gift cards, duty free, faculty luncheon, etc.)
Some teachers still scream at kids & escalate behavior
Consistency with how to teach expectations and rules
Adults aren’t consistent when using
-“Zip and Flip”: quiet & fold arms
-“HOT”: here on time
- “SALAMI”: stop and look at me
- “CLAYGO”: clean as you go
- “Hips, Lips, Ears”: hands by your side, quiet, ears open for instruction
Critical Elements 1-4 on Action Plan
PBS Team (1-4),
Faculty Commitment (5-7),
Expectations & Rules Developed (20-24)
Team Process Survey
are getting bucks/cash/tickets
How do I fit it in to the schedule?
Who determines what the lessons are and for how long?
Faculty are giving out too easily (or not at all) and for the wrong reasons
“Better/quiet” students are complaining because they never get a buck/cash/ticket
Students have no idea why they are getting bucks/cash/tickets
have staff bring in non-used items from
Our system’s data system is too difficult to use!
No one brings the data
We don’t have time to look at the data during the meetings
*Time of Day *Referrals/Student
*By Teacher *By incident
*Location *Total # of Referrals/Day/Month
Critical Elements 5-8 on Action Plan
Lesson Plans for Teaching (33-38)
DATA ENTRY (15-19)
Lesson Plan Template
Faculty doesn’t follow flow chart/interventions/minor infraction forms
Faculty is inconsistent when applying consequences
what is being done about it?
How do we organize all of this?
How are you evaluating this process?
Critical Elements 9-12 on Action Plan
*DISCUSS REPORT CARDS
Effective Procedures for Discipline (8-14)
Implementation Plan (39-45)
Crisis Plan (46-48)
Staff Satisfaction Survey Sample Implementation Plan
Benchmarks of Quality Book of Products
Minor Infraction Forms Example School Climate Survey
Schoolsby Crone, Horner, & Hawken
PBS at your school is determined by you and your efforts
PBS is a process
PBS is best practice
PBS is data-driven
Embed all other initiatives into PBS
We can’t pick and choose which portions of PBS we like—then it is no longer PBS
We can’t “fix a kid” until we first “fix our