PAX GBG Tune Up Webinar
 

PAX GBG Tune Up Webinar

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This presentation contains slides used for the webinar Tune Up for PAX GBG grantees in April 2012

This presentation contains slides used for the webinar Tune Up for PAX GBG grantees in April 2012

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    PAX GBG Tune Up Webinar PAX GBG Tune Up Webinar Presentation Transcript

    • PAX GBG Tune-Up Webinar • April, 2012Monday, April 23, 12
    • I am over the top with the stress of testing and more problem behaviors now! I need more PAX.Monday, April 23, 12
    • What happens in some Title 1 schools… Classrooms with No or Weak PAX GBG Classrooms with Strong PAX GBG 450 424 450 Disruptions Per Hour Disruptions Per Hour 350 360 360 325 313 270 270 175 180 180 150 90 90 0 0 Time of Year Time of Year Start of School Winter Spring Start of School Winter SpringMonday, April 23, 12
    • Leveraging more PAX at the end of the year Let’s discuss examples of tools sites have used for turning around classrooms that have been stuck or on the decline. What was done? What was the effect of the strategy? Why did the strategy work?Monday, April 23, 12
    • Leveraging more PAX at the end of the year Example #1 from recent visit to South Carolina of coaching visit to have students Tootle teachers. Why did this work?Monday, April 23, 12
    • Leveraging more PAX at the end of the year Your examples? What was done? What was the effect of the strategy? Why did the strategy work?Monday, April 23, 12
    • Other examples from the past… • Oodles of Tootles by Students • PAX Home Note Blitz • Soft competitions for PAX Points between classrooms • New Granny’s Wacky Prizes • PAX Visit from community members, and each classroom demos some PAXMonday, April 23, 12
    • Brain-storming solutions to issues facing your siteMonday, April 23, 12
    • Average Distractions Per Hour "Spleems" 120 100 108 Using your data for 81.5 96 Baseline No Intervention promoting PAX 84 After Learning Concepts 72 After Intervention 60 42.6 But Not Playing Games Feedback on change is one 39 48 After Intervention While Playing of the most powerful Game behavioral strategies for 36 21 20.5 reinforcing teachers and 24 students in creating more 12 11 9.5 PAX? 0 1st Grade 2nd GradeMonday, April 23, 12
    • Full Data Set !Monday, April 23, 12
    • Choose your chart type, Line or Area work well. !Monday, April 23, 12
    • Highlight and delete all unnecessary data !Monday, April 23, 12
    • This becomes your condensed data set (which I usually send you as well) !Monday, April 23, 12
    • Create your graph worksheet Three columns: Teacher, Date, DisruptionsMonday, April 23, 12
    • Copy and paste an individual teacher’s information into the worksheet !Monday, April 23, 12
    • Highlight the date and spleems columns, click on the Chart Wizard Then click “Next” !Monday, April 23, 12
    • Click through next steps ! ! Click “Next” Change chart title to teacher name and title X and Y axesMonday, April 23, 12
    • Choose location of graph, new worksheet or in an existing one. ! ! Change name (suggestion, use teacher name) Resize and move legend if necessaryMonday, April 23, 12
    • Follow up Claire Richardson for strategy support: 520-907-5240, claire@paxis.org Miriam Willmann for data support: 608-772-0289, miriam@simplegifts.com Bea Ramirez for supplies, materials, etc: 520-299-6770, bea@paxis.org Dennis Embry for science, policy and special issues: 520-299-6770, dde@paxis.orgMonday, April 23, 12