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2 Positive Behavior Supports Student Presentation Fall 2008 Positive Behavior Support Team Candy Burger Chelle Busse Nancy Berte Jan Ketchum Stacey Origer Tamela Johnson Ron Bollmeyer External Coaches: Carol Jensen & Linda Harms

3 Be Ready 1-Arrive on time 2-Enter quickly & sit quietly in your designated seats

4 Be Respectful 1-Be silent during performance 2-Enter/exit during applause 3-Be courteous

5 Be Responsible 1-Use appropriate language/ volume during audience participation

6 Be Proud 1-Leave no trace 2-Observe Flag etiquette 3-Respect performers/ participants/ officials

7 C:\Documents and Settings\tjohnson\Desktop\ \PBS\Thunder Power Song 2.doc

8 Why Do We Need to Do Something Different?

9 “If a 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… …teach? …punish?” (Herner, 1998)

10 Academic SystemsBehavioral Systems 1-5% 5-10% 80-90% Intensive, Individual Interventions Individual Students Assessment-based High Intensity Intensive, Individual Interventions Individual Students Assessment-based Intense, durable procedures Targeted Group Interventions Some students (at-risk) High efficiency Rapid response Targeted Group Interventions Some students (at-risk) High efficiency Rapid response Universal Interventions All students Preventive, proactive Universal Interventions All settings, all students Preventive, proactive Designing School-Wide Systems for Student Success

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

12 What is Positive Behavior Support?

13 “PBS encourage positive behavior And discourages problem behaviors.

14 Leading to a safer environment where students achieve academically and build positive relationships with each other and with adults.”

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16 EXPECTATIONS MATRIX Classroom Restrooms/locker rooms Recess/Breaktime Hallway Lunchroom Assemblies/Activities Bus

17 Classroom Restrooms/ Locker Rooms Recess/BreaktimeHallwayLunchroom/ SnacktimeAssemblies/ ActivitiesBus RespectfulTeachers' Generate 1-Be Thoughtful of space/property 2-Use supplies correctly 1-Be Thoughtful of space/property 2-Be Kind -with words/actions 3-Take turns/play cooperatively 1-Keep feet/hands/ words to yourself 2-Close lockers/doors quietly 3-Wait in line appropriately 1-Be Thoughtful of space/property 2-Use table manners 1-Be silent during performance 2-Enter/exit during applause 3-Be courteous 1-Be thoughtful of space/property 2-Be Kind -with words/actions 3-Listen/follow bus driver directions ResponsibleTeachers' Generate 1-Use appropriate language/volume 2-Flush & Wash hands 3-Use time wisely 1-Use appropriate language/volume 2-Follow the rules 3-Care for, appropriate use & return equipment 1-Use appropriate language & volume 2-Walk at all times & stay to their right 3-Follow directions when given 1-Use appropriate language/volume 2-Take only what you will eat of self-selected foods 3-Clean up after yourself 1-Use appropriate language/volume during audience participation 1-Use appropriate language/volume 2-Follow the rules 3-Stay in your seat ReadyTeachers' Generate 1-Use bathrooms at scheduled breaks 2-Tell adult if restroom needs attention 3-Help keep bathroom clean 1-Bring/wear appropriate clothing for the weather 2-Stop activity immediately when directed 3. Be on time 1-Remember your purpose 2-Have all needed materials with you 1-Come in, stay in line & wait your turn 2-Pick up necessary supplies before you get your tray 1-Arrive on time 2-Enter quickly & sit quietly in your designated seats ProudTeachers' Generate 1-Help keep bathroom clean 1-Leave no trace 2-Sportsmanship 3-Include everyone in activities 1-Leave no trace 2-Enjoy the posters & artwork on display with your eyes only 3-Keep hallways/lockers clean & clear 1-Leave no trace 2-Keep your hands & feet to yourself 3-Walk at all times 1-Leave no trace 2-Observe Flag etiquette 3-Respect performers/ participants/ officials 1-Leave no trace 2-Keep your hands & feet to yourself 3-Walk at all times

18 EXPECTATIONS POSTERS C:\Documents and Settings\tjohnson\Des ktop\ \PBS\GBC47198 PBS_posters.pdf

19 C:\Documents and Settings\tjohnson\Desktop\ \PBS\Thunder Power Points Coupon.xls Thunder Power Points

20 Keeping track of problem behaviors C:\Documents and Settings\tjohnson\Desktop\ \PBS\H_E_A_R_T_ Add Student Referral.mht Referral Form C:\Documents and Settings\tjohnson\Desktop\ \PBS\Referral form.xls

21 5 positives = 1 negative Voice Smile and Wave Cool Tools

22 Guiding Principles: All students are valuable and deserve respect. All students can be taught to demonstrate appropriate behavior. Punishment does not work to change behavior. School climate is a shared responsibility among administrators, teachers, staff, students and families.

23 Features of PBS Clearly defined expectations Teaching component for behavior Reinforcing appropriate behavior Correcting problem behavior Interventions for challenging behaviors

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