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Review of Research. School Wide Positive Behavior Support System

Review of Research. School Wide Positive Behavior Support System

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    • Tim IrishElementary Curriculum CoordinatorAssistant PrincipalUniversal American School, KuwaitPlease find an appointment sheet andschedule your first four meetings.
    • 1. Identify (and accept) the various perspectives that must be considered in developing a successful school-based plan to support children with ADHD.2. Establish the basis for a School-wide Positive Behavior Support System.3. Summarize the research base on the most successful approaches to ADHD in schools (Wrap- Around).4. Use a rubric to assess the strengths and weaknesses of an individual student’s support system.
    • 1. Introduce yourselves, share a compliment, ask a polite question about your partner’s family.2. Consider the classroom scene from the perspective of a teacher, parent, administrator, and student. 1. What does each perspective want? 2. What does each perspective need? 3. What must each perspective do to gain the support of the other perspectives?
    • That child is out to lunch. He has absolutely no clue. He doesn’t belong in a classroom.There is no way that child can succeed in 5th grade.Get that boy on meds. If that child is allowed to stay in this school, I quit.The only way to get him to sit still is tie him to his chair.
    • Rosen (2011) observed students’ homestudy habits in 15 minute intervals.• Average length of time on task was 3-5 minutes.• Interruptions included television, iPods, cell phones, textmessages, music, and Facebook alerts.• There was a strong correlation between longer on-tasktimes and grade point average.•The students with the lowest grade point averages werethe ones who attempted to “multi-task” by keeping threeor more activities going at the same time.•75% of teens and young adults checked devices (phones,laptops) every 15 minutes or less.
    • Thomas Edison Jim Carey Alexander Graham-Bell Albert Einstein Benjamin FranklinMark Twain Robin Williams Elvis Presley Robert Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Ted Turner Will Smith Stephen Spielberg Michael Phelps
    • Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness Dr. Ned Hallowell, Driven to DistractionStep 1 is to connect…to family, schooland friends.Step 2 is to play.Step 3 is to practiceand work.Step 4 is to make progress and achievemastery.Step 5 is to receive recognition.
    • What will it look like?What are the essential elements?Who must be included in this community?What are the barriers that need to be overcome?
    • Four component parts for creatingPositive Behavior Support System1. Teach, prompt and celebrate essential social skills.2. Clarify consequences for positive and negative behavior.3. Follow through with consistency in all areas of the school4. Plan for special situations
    • Find your 1:30 appointment1. Introduce yourselves, share a compliment, ask a polite question about your partner’s family.2. Review the Sample Behavior Matrix.3. Reach consensus on consequences and rewards for the various levels.4. Brain Break!
    • Math Game Break ÷ + x
    • Research base for creating positiveschool and classroom climates• Effective instructional grouping• Effective academic (differentiated) instruction• Student instruction in their “Zones of Success”• Well-designed and implemented progress monitoringand authentic assessment systems• Effective classroom management• Social skills instruction and use• Effective student motivation and behavioralaccountability approaches• Consistency• Modifications, remediation, accommodations
    • Problematic behavior can be replaced with more positive alternatives through multi-modal intervention programs including academic training, behavior modification, family training and counseling, and effective instruction.What behaviors impede learning? (Individually and school-wide, among students AND adults) Why do they occur? What can we do to replace those behaviors with more positive behaviors? What works?
    • Find your 1:45 appointment1. Introduce yourselves, share a compliment, ask a polite question about your partner’s family.2. Share personal experience with the research base.3. Describe how the elements of a positive school climate are essential for the success of an ADHD child.
    • Four component parts for creatingPositive Behavior Support System1. Teach, prompt and celebrate essential social skills.2. Clarify consequences for positive and negative behavior.3. Follow through with consistency in all areas of the school4. Plan for special situations
    • Planning for “Special Situations”Multi-modal intervention programsFunctional Behavior Analysis (FBA)Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) Academic Training Family Training Behavior Contract Counseling Social Skill Training Coaching After School Program MedicationIs your school prepared?
    • Research base for creating positiveschool and classroom climates• Effective instructional grouping• Effective academic (differentiated) instruction• Student instruction in their “Zones of Success”• Well-designed and implemented progress monitoringand authentic assessment systems• Effective classroom management• Social skills instruction and use• Effective student motivation and behavioral accountability approaches• Consistency• Modifications, remediation, accommodations
    • Find your 2:00 appointment1. Introduce yourselves, share a compliment, ask a polite question about your partner’s family.2. Review System Analysis Rubric3. Discuss personal experience, strengths, challenges and areas for growth.
    • Documents available at:http://www.slideshare.net/tdirish2012