Presentation on theme: "Putting Student Voice in School-wide PBIS at the Secondary Level Laura A. Riffel, Ph.D. Hoon Choi, Ph.D. Heather Haynes, Ph.D. Fellow."— Presentation transcript:
Putting Student Voice in School-wide PBIS at the Secondary Level Laura A. Riffel, Ph.D. Hoon Choi, Ph.D. Heather Haynes, Ph.D. Fellow
Eight Suburban Junior Highs (7-9) Olathe, Kansas 4 th largest city in Kansas 118,034 population (2007 census) 24 th fastest growing city in Nation
Getting the students on board… Two pre-trainings Overview of PBIS 4-6 p.m. Team building activities Survey Monkey contest Survey student leaders Discuss perfect school Specifics of PBIS 48 p.m. Go over survey results Discuss in depth student rewards Discuss expectations Prepare skit for staff on teaching expectations
Voting After explaining the 3-5 behavioral expectations and talking about switching from telling students what not to do into telling students what to do….we gave them four examples and asked them to vote on which display they liked best.
What is it like to be part of the process at school now?
What was it like to be part of the big training? Two Day Training
Survey Said: We asked the students to take a survey and then have a contest to see who could get the most students from their schools to answer the survey we designed on:
Heres what the surveys said: BehaviorPercentage of students who say its a problem Inappropriate Language78% Cheating72% Disrespect to Peers72% Tardy72% Bullying71% Disrespect to Adults70% Disruptions in the Classroom70% Abusive Language69% Dress Code Violations65% Fighting53% Inappropriate Gestures51% Skipping Classes47% Non-compliance44% Vandalism35% Drugs and Truancy28%
Heres what the surveys said: Inappropriate behaviorPercentAppropriate behavior Inappropriate Language78%Respect Others or Respect Relationships Disrespect to Peers72% Bullying71% Disrespect to Adults70% Disruptions in the Classroom70% Abusive Language69% Fighting53% Inappropriate Gestures51% Non-compliance44% Dress Code Violations65%Respect Self or Respect Responsibilities Skipping Classes47% Drugs and Truancy28% Vandalism35%Respect Property
Whats a problem at your school?
We shared this information with the teams during team training
California Trail Junior High CHILL C are about your surroundings H ave respect for all I nteract positively L isten to and follow directions L ead by example Lets hear how they came up with that idea….
How would you like to be taught the expectations? Assemblies where the adults act like students and teach appropriate behaviors? Assemblies where students teach behaviors? Closed-circuit television teaching the behaviors? Videos made by students to teach behaviors? Videos made by teachers to teach behaviors?
This school really put student voice in their kick-off
What would you like the gotchas to look like? Slips of paper that the staff members write on Business cards Punch tickets Sticker tickets Other ideas
ACTIVITY Percent of Students saying it…. homework free night 100 getting to duct tape the principal to the wall 71 designing theme for school dance, ice cream social, game night 57 opportunity to eat lunch outdoors at a special table 57 opportunity to take care of lab animals in Science class 57 sitting in the teacher's chair for a class period 57 all school party on the weekend with different venues 43 chance to go to grade school and teach students about a topic of interest 43 free entrance to a school dance 43 getting a postcard in the mail telling parents what teachers student 43 getting to buzz cut a design in an adult's hair (with preapproval) 43 graffiti wall- piece of sheetrock painted white with markers of various colors 43 principal grills hot dogs for students who have 0 tardies 43 special visitor pass to another class 43 student plans spirit week activity for one of the days (hat day, sunglasses etc.) 43
Rewards students prefer….
Areas to Consider for Student Voice… What are the real issues? How will you get your students involved in the process? Are gotchas too elementary for MS students? What do you think your students will respond to for gotchas? For rewards? For teaching and reteaching?
What do parents think?
How do you address the teachers?
Students giving back to teachers….
Send out newsletters with a link to the survey you created. Give a deadline Have a contest Put a secret word in the survey Have students mail in a 3 by 5 card with the secret word and their return address. Draw name and give a prize for people who take the time to do the survey Set up the survey so you can only enter once from each computer.
Invite students to 2 day training
Lesson Plans for teaching behaviors at the Middle School Level School Primary User Resources Students