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  1. Bayshore ElementaryPositive Behavior Support2007-2008

  2. PBS Core Team • Leslie Dangerfield • Ana Rodriguez • Guidance- Cynthia Heighton • Psychologist- Gary Golbesky • K- Jodi deGraaff • 1- Marge Cuellar • 2- Garth Gitten • 3- Kerry Milligan • 4- Gina Marinello • 5- Janet Baraniak • ESE- Sharon Dudash • Resource-Pam Garrity

  3. If child doesn’t know how to read, we teach. If a child doesn’t know how to swim, we teach. If a child doesn’t know how to multiply, we teach. If a child doesn’t know how to drive, we teach. If a child doesn’t know how to behave, we…

  4. teach? punish? Why can’t we finish the last sentence as automatically as we do the others? - Herner, 1998

  5. Why do we need a system for teaching behavior? We can no longer assume students know expectations, rules, and appropriate ways to behave We must assume we need to teach expectations, rules, and appropriate ways to behave as effectively as we teach academics

  6. Traditional Discipline Focus: Student’s negative behavior Goal: To stop undesirable behavior PBS Discipline Focus: Students demonstrating the desirable behavior Goal: To teach appropriate skills and reward appropriate behavior A closer look…

  7. are disruptive? talk out? are unprepared? use inappropriate language are tardy? are defiant? refuse to work? have difficulty taking turns? refuse to share? move about the classroom? are aggressive? may have low academic achievement? Do you know students who:

  8. Children and Behavior • Some children use behavior to communicate needs • Undesirable behaviors interfere with learning • PBS helps us understand the PURPOSE of the behaviors and teaches children the necessary skills to replace undesirable behaviors

  9. Possible Strategies • Student conference • Peer mediation • Re-teach expectation • Role playing • Seating change • Note to parent • Phone parent • Parent conference • Curricular Accommodation • Refer to guidance • Classroom intervention

  10. Positive Behavior Support • a research-based proactive approach for handling classroom and school campus behaviors • proven to increase academic achievement and attendance • a means for providing a more effective learning environment and keeping each student engaged • requires reflection as it is always in development

  11. Why should I do PBS? • Decrease in negative behaviors = increase in academic time • Increase in academic time = increase in academic success

  12. What does PBS look like at Bayshore? • Introductory Events • August 29: Pre-K, K, & 1 • August 30: 2 & 3 • August 31: 4 & 5 • On-going direct instruction • Embedded instruction • Booster trainings • Modeling • Consistency • School-wide activities

  13. School ExpectationsSPOTS • S • P • O • T • S afe olite n-task reat others with respect how how to be responsible

  14. School RulesSite-Specific Hallway • W • A • L • K • S alk quietly llow for personal space ook forward eep hands and feet to self how how to be responsible

  15. School RulesSite-Specific Cafeteria • T • A • B • L • E ake your food politely llow for personal space e sure to use table manners eave your area clean nter and exit in a quiet line

  16. School RulesSite-Specific Classroom • W • O • R • K • S ork quietly bey directions aise your hand eep hands and feet to self olve your problems peacefully

  17. School RulesSite-Specific Bus • R • I • D • E emain seated nside voice o obey the driver nter/exit safely

  18. Why develop a reward system? Jazzy Cash • Focuses on desired behavior • Increases the likelihood that the desired behavior will be repeated • Fosters a positive school climate

  19. Jazzy Cash for StudentsGuidelines • Reward frequently in beginning • Distribute at least 15 per day (5 students in another class) • Target all students • ALWAYS explain which SPOT was observed • NEVER take Jazzy Cash away once earned • NEVER give Jazzy Cash to the whole class • Bank procedures

  20. Name different ways students can earn Jazzy Cash

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