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  • Also about changing ADULT behaviors
  • Examples: STAR matrix, handbook guidelines, classroom expectations
  • Targeted groups (grief groups),
  • FBAs, BIPs
  • Chat about it. Punishment does not teach the replacement behavior, kids learn how to act by being in school. Severe consequences may break the bond between home and school. Consequences are needed, but they need to be specific and effective. Suspending a student for not showing up to class?
  • Chat about it. Punishment does not teach the replacement behavior, kids learn how to act by being in school. Severe consequences may break the bond between home and school. Consequences are needed, but they need to be specific and effective. Suspending a student for not showing up to class?
  • Chat about it. Punishment does not teach the replacement behavior, kids learn how to act by being in school. Severe consequences may break the bond between home and school. Consequences are needed, but they need to be specific and effective. Suspending a student for not showing up to class?
  • Talk specifically about how these expectations are chosen. How it effects the culture of the school (not just the students). Highlight the line “who you are” and stress that it means the culture and climate of the school.
  • Talk specifically about how these expectations are chosen. How it effects the culture of the school (not just the students). Highlight the line “who you are” and stress that it means the culture and climate of the school.
  • Talk specifically about how these expectations are chosen. How it effects the culture of the school (not just the students). Highlight the line “who you are” and stress that it means the culture and climate of the school.
  • Talk specifically about how these expectations are chosen. How it effects the culture of the school (not just the students). Highlight the line “who you are” and stress that it means the culture and climate of the school.
  • Take some time to talk about these specifics- The Star matrix is displayed EVERYWHERE in the schoolThe matrix helps determine who we are as a school and what we expect from everyone in it.
  • Describe what Cool Tools are- give examples of what we have developed
  • Prevention, pre-teaching, proactive approach- does not say that we don’t consequence for behaviors
  • Followed by change in OUR behaviors and structures too, when students return to the classroom
  • Pbis541revised

    1. 1. Basic Components ofPositive Behavior Interventionand Supports (PBIS)Presented to Grayslake Central StaffOctober 6, 2011
    2. 2. What is PBIS?PBIS is a proactive systems approach to establishing the behavioralsupports and social culture needed for all students in a school to achievesocial, emotional, and academic success.¹In basic terms: PBIS helps establish school wide behavioralexpectations, reinforces students for meeting those expectations, andcreates specific support for those students who are not. ¹www.pbisillinois.org/what.html
    3. 3. Question for the audience…
    4. 4. Simply put:We get as good of a school socialclimate as we demand…
    5. 5. Tier 1• Universal/ Primary Level 80%  GOAL: To reduce new cases of problem behavior and/or academic failure Tier 1 allows us to work SMARTER not harder with our students! Universal expectations allow us to quickly identify students who may not know the rules versus those students who may need more attention.
    6. 6. Tier 1 Examples Teacher classroom behavior/managementAll students in the school are exposedto Tier 1 interventions
    7. 7. Tier 1 Examples Guidance CounselorAll students in the school are exposed toTier 1 interventions
    8. 8. Tier 1 Examples Link CrewAll students in the school are exposedto Tier 1 interventions
    9. 9. Tier 2• Secondary Level 15%  GOAL: To reduce current cases of problem behavior and/or academic failureTier 2 weeds out the students who are “one and done” discipline issuesand allows for the PPS staff and faculty to offer support to those groupsof students who may have deeper concerns/issues in school
    10. 10. Tier 2 Examples Support Groups Change in school schedule (class order) Work Study ESL RAMS Reading Specialist Peer Mediation
    11. 11. Tier 2 Examples  Behavior Contract  Self-Evaluation  Mentoring  Check in/Check out  Attendance Contract  Project Pass  SRO Home Visit  SAPhttp://jerrygarciasbrokendownpalaces.blogspot.com  Social Work
    12. 12. Tier 3• Tertiary Level 5%  GOAL: To reduce complications, intensity, severity of students with chronic problem behavior and/or academic failure Tier 3 allows PPS and faculty to focus specifically on individual students (not groups as in Tier 2) who need additional support to be successful
    13. 13. Tier 3 Behavior Intervention Plan Skills for Life Strategic Study Skills Modified schedule (Late start/early release) 504 plan
    14. 14. PBIS in the SchoolHigh Schools vs. Elementary Schools High Schools are different ◦ Size ◦ Expectations ◦ Departmentalized staff ◦ Teams can be layered ◦ Implementation comes more slowly However, we need the same components
    15. 15. Elementary or High SchoolThe fact remains that students are stillstudents, and they need positive adultsin their lives…
    16. 16. Trends in Discipline Practices Least Effective ◦ Punishment when used too often or without change ◦ Exclusion
    17. 17. Trends in Discipline Practices Most Effective ◦ Proactive school wide discipline systems ◦ Social skills instruction
    18. 18. Trends in Discipline Practices Most Effective ◦ Early screening and identification of behavioral patterns (data driven) ◦ Change of school wide culture/climate
    19. 19. How it works…The basis of what PBIS will look like in yourbuilding is partially dependent upon…
    20. 20. Central Matrix Respectful
    21. 21. Central Matrix Accountable http://www.zazzle.com
    22. 22. Central Matrix Mature
    23. 23. Central Matrix Safe
    24. 24. How Do We Use It?1) State behavioral expectations2) Specify student behaviors (define behavioral expectations)3) Model appropriate student behaviors4) Students practice appropriate behaviors5) Acknowledge and reinforce appropriate behaviors
    25. 25. RAMS Mural
    26. 26. The RAMS Way! ◦ Mural will be located front entry way ◦ Teachers distribute RAM Bucks ◦ Teacher thanks student ex. “Thank you for being respectful” ◦ Student drops RAM buck in nearest wooden box located throughout school
    27. 27. The RAMS Way! Monthly Drawings 4 students per month (one for each attribute) The student with the most Ram Bucks in each category will be recognized ◦
    28. 28. The RAMS Way! Monthly Drawings 2 Teachers per month will be recognized Teacher names will be pulled from the Ram Bucks turned in by students The more you give out, the better chance you have of winning.
    29. 29. The RAMS Way! Weekly Drawings 5 students will be recognize weekly (Student name drawn from RAM bucks) 2 teachers will be recognized weekly (Teacher name drawn from RAM bucks)
    30. 30. RAM Bucks
    31. 31. How will the students know? All staff will have a link to Rams Way video
    32. 32. How will the students know? Then there will be another video giving examples of the RAMS way:
    33. 33. Ok…quick quiz time…
    34. 34. Let’s Review In PBIS we DEFINE appropriate behaviors In PBIS we MODEL appropriate behaviors In PBIS we TEACH appropriate behaviors In PBIS we REINFORCE appropriate behaviors
    35. 35. No Worries… In PBIS we STILL have consequences for problematic behaviors
    36. 36. Where are we now? Continue ODR usage- WE COUNT ON THIS DATA! Continue focus on decreasing tardies Continue focus on hallway supervision
    37. 37. Where are we now? Implementing the RAM Bucks Implementing consistent reward system Increasing student awareness
    38. 38. Where are we now? Preparing for FULL launch next fall
    39. 39. If you are interested in becoming a part of the Universal PBIS Team, please see Shari Engberg or Amy Johnson
    40. 40. Questions?

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