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The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
The positive behavior support plan
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The positive behavior support plan


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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Advantages
      • Clarity – “Official” version of policies and procedures to which staff can reference.
      • Consistency – Having procedures in writing increases the probability that everyone will know what is expected and how to meet the expectations.
      • Continuity – Procedures that are not written down have a greater likelihood of getting “lost”.
  • 3.
    • Phase 1 – Review
      • Collecting and evaluating information about the adequacy of what is currently in place, stakeholder awareness, implementation, and effectiveness.
    • Phase 2 – Revise
      • Add, delete, and/or modify to make improvements.
    • Phase 3 – Adopt
      • Staff formally adopts suggested improvements.
    • Phase 4 – Implement & Maintain
      • Activities to insure successful implementation.
  • 4.
    • Guiding Principles – Goal should be to create a safe and productive school environment in which all students behave responsibly and exhibit high levels of motivation while actively engaged in meaningful activities.
  • 5.
    • “ At Garden Spot Middle School, we believe that every child will achieve minimally one year’s academic growth in one year’s time in a developmentally appropriate learning environment.”
    • Key Characteristics
      • Short and Simple
      • Positive
      • Academic and Social Focus
      • Inclusive
  • 6.
    • A school’s adults must assume ultimate responsibility for managing student behavior.
    • The responsibility for managing student behavior must be shared by all staff members, with classroom teachers taking the lead role.
    • One major goal should be to create a “productive” school environment for students and staff.
    • Behavior management practices should be proactive, positive, and instructional.
  • 7.
    • Staff members actively work to see that every child regardless of gender, academic ability, or level of maturity…
      • Engages in meaningful activities.
      • Experiences success with those activities.
      • Receives constructive feedback about his/her social, behavioral, and academic progress.
  • 8.
    • Administrators and teachers communicate high expectations to students and recognize excellent performance on a school-wide basis by…
      • Communicating caring and warmth to all students by learning their name and something about them.
      • Communicating the student’s importance.
      • Recognizing and rewarding excellence in achievement and behavior.
      • Providing opportunities for all students to excel in their strengths.
      • Match incentives and rewards to student developmental levels.
    • Research from NWREL and Kathleen Cotton
  • 9.
    • The Need for Recognition
    • The Need for Acknowledgment
    • The Need for Attention
    • The Need for Belonging
    • The Need for Competence
    • The Need for Nurturing
    • The Need for Purpose
    • The Need for Stimulation/Change
  • 10.
    • Reward the presence of positive behavior rather than the absence of negative behavior.
    • Not require students to work overly long periods of time in order to earn a reward.
    • Avoid an all or nothing incentive structure.
    • Use reinforcers that are as close to intrinsic rewards as possible but still motivate.
    • Incorporate strategies that ensure staff and students maintain their levels of excitement and interest.
  • 11.
    • Adult-Student Interactions
    • Positive Reports to Parents
    • Mentorship
    • Homework Room
    • Golden Tickets
    • CARE – Careful Commuting; Awesome Attitude; Responsible Leadership; Exceptional Empathy
    • Student of the Week
    • Lunch with the Principal
    • RSB System – Responsible Student Behavior
    • Principal’s Award
  • 12.