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  1. School-wide Positive Behavior Support Lovell Elementary 8-19-2013

  2. What is School-wide Positive Behavior Support? • The application of evidence-based strategies and systems to assist schools • to increase academic performance • increase safety • decrease problem behavior • and establish positive school cultures

  3. PBIS Big Ideas • Positive Behavior Support is a process for teaching children appropriate behavior and providing the supports necessary to sustain that behavior. • PBIS is not a curriculum - it is a framework for systems to identify needs, develop strategies, and evaluate practice toward success

  4. Why a School-wide Approach? It reduces challenging student behavior through a proactive, positive, and consistent manner across all school settings and Improves academic achievement and social competence

  5. Consistency Matters Common Vision School Community Common Practices Common Language

  6. Work Smarter, Not Harder • Use the information you have • Identify your goal • Determine what to do to reach your goal • Monitor for effectiveness

  7. Expectations & behavioral skills are taught & recognized in natural context

  8. Discipline is…. The actions parents and teachers take to increase student success (Charles, 1980). Prevention Rules, Routines, Arrangements ReactionConsequences

  9. Recognize Appropriate Behaviors Once appropriate behaviors have been introduced and taught, they need to be recognized on a regular basis.

  10. Acknowledgements • Natural success • “thanks” • Public acknowledgement • Privileges • Tangibles • Small to large

  11. Acknowledge & Recognize Respecting All Self Yields Others SuccessProperty ……………………………………………….. Student __________________ Staff _____________________ Location __________________

  12. Consistent Consequences • Responding to negative behavior • Immediate and consistent • Try to keep with natural consequences • Use the least amount necessary to get desired behavior • Pre-plan and teach • Correction and re-teaching • Use only with reinforcement for replacement behavior • Should defeat function of problem behavior

  13. Corrective Consequences: Maintaining Desired/Expected Student Behavior • Redirection • Planned ignoring • Restitution • Re-teaching • Time-out • Behavior Contracts • Crisis Planning • Proximity & Movement • Modeling • Eye Contact • Cueing (verbal & nonverbal)

  14. Sustain and Maintain Progress • Identify trends or areas of problem behaviors AND successes • Identify needed interventions • Provide clarity for staff in how to respond to behaviors

  15. PBIS involves the entire staff • you decide what your focus will be • you decide how you will monitor and evaluate progress • you decide what your goals are • you decide what you’ll do to get there • you decide whether to keep going or change

  16. Creating a Positive Climate for Success with School-wide PBIS