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Coaches Training Introduction Data Systems and Fidelity

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  1. Coaches TrainingIntroduction Data Systems and Fidelity

  2. Michael Lombardo Director Interagency Facilitation Rainbow Crane Behavior RtI Coordinator Ashley Reichardt Student Service Practitioner

  3. Goals for this Training Get to know each other and define our roles and responsibilities 2. Discuss implementation science and fidelity 2. Review PBIS assessments and assessment calendars 3. Gain knowledge regarding what's working and how we can support each other.

  4. Roles and Responsibilities Introducing PCOE Coordinators and Coaches Mike Rainbow Ashley Your team should have? Admin At least 3 certificated staff Behaviorist/ Counselor/ School Psy. Classified Staff Parent

  5. Roles of your Team members Lead Coach Data Analyst Recorder Time Keeper Family member

  6. Training and Coaching Joyce and Showers, 2002

  7. Decision Support Data Systems Purposes: • To improve student outcomes through data-based decisions • Provide information to assess effectiveness of intervention and prevention practices • Analyze the relationship of fidelity to outcomes • To guide further program development • Detect discrete issues as well as systemic issues • Engage in continuous quality improvement • Interaction with Core Implementation Components • Celebrate success • Be accountable to consumers and funders

  8. Decision Support Data Systems Includes intermediate and longer-term outcome measures Includes process measures (fidelity)  Measures are “socially important” (e.g. academic achievement, school safety) Data are recent, reliable, relevant Reliable (standardized protocols, trained data gatherers)  Reported frequently (e.g. weekly, quarterly) 

  9. Decision Support Data Systems Built into practice routines Collected at and available to actionable units (e.g. grade level, classroom, student “unit”)  Widely shared with school and District personnel Shared with family members and community Used to make decisions (e.g. curricula, training needed, coaching improvements)

  10. Placer County Office Of Education PBIS Website Access: Overview of PBIS and Tier I, II, and III supports Training Schedules PBIS Assessments Lists of Schools and Coaches Recognition of schools implementing PBIS Helpful resources and links

  11. PBIS Assessments School Safety Survey (SSS) School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) Self Assessment Survey (SAS) Team Implementation Checklist (TIC)

  12. School Safety Survey (SSS) • annual survey • Determines risk and protection factors for the school. • Completed by a minimum of five staff. • administrator • custodial staff member • certified staff member • office staff member. • Provides information determining training and support needs related to school safety and violence prevention. • Safety Survey

  13. School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) • Research tool • Assess and evaluate the critical features of school-wide PBIS. • Expectations Defined • Behavior Expectations Taught • Rewarding Expectations • System for Responding to Behavioral Violations • Decision Making • Management and District Making • Management and District-Level Supports • Annual assessment completed by trained SET evaluators. • School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET)

  14. What will we need? Behavior expectation lesson plans and teaching schedule Acknowledgement system Progressive discipline matrix/flowchart Discipline referral form Copy of your school improvement plan Yearly PBIS action plan

  15. Self Assessment Survey (SAS) • annual assessment • Used by schools to identify the staff perception of the status and priority for improvement for the following systems: • School-wide • Classroom • Non Classroom • Individual Student Systems • Identifies the staff priorities for Action Planning. • Self-Assessment Survey (Paper completion directions)

  16. Team Implementation Checklist (TIC) Completed by the PBIS Team and Coach. Progress monitoring tool Submitted three to four times per year. Team Checklist 3.1

  17. PBIS Matrix of Implementation PBIS Assessments (Handout 5)

  18. Group Discussion • What is working…. • Has your team had a meeting • 3-5 rules in place • Behavior expectations defined per area • Lesson plans completed • What are some areas for improvement…..