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Computer Applications for Monitoring Student Outcomes: Behavior Rob Horner University of Oregon www.pbis.org.

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1 Computer Applications for Monitoring Student Outcomes: Behavior Rob Horner University of Oregon

2 Goals Define dual function of monitoring systems o Assist schools and community personnel in effective decision-making o Provide the data summaries needed for assessing student outcomes. Propose features of a multi-tiered system for monitoring student behavior. Describe features of SWIS Suite as one example

3 Dual Function Collecting and Using Data for Evaluation Collecting and Using Data for Problem Solving

4 Features of a Functional Decision System Multiple Tiers: Three Tiers----Three levels of Data Precision o Intensity of data system matches intensity of intervention support. Useful for Problem Solving o Universal Screening, Progress Monitoring o Problem Identification o Problem Solving Useful for District, State, Federal Reporting Can be Integrated: with Educational SIS; Community and Justice databases. Efficient: Requires less than 35 sec to enter an Office Discipline Referral Use A Common Set of Behavioral Categories that are Operational, Mutually Exclusive, and Exhaustive

5 Measures of Student Behavior Measures for All Students Measures for Some Students Measures for a Few Students

6 Tier I School-wide ODR Patterns

7 The Basics How often, Who, What, When, Where

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9 The Basics for Decision - Making How often, Who, What, When, Where

10 Why? Disruption in Cafeteria Disruption in Classroom Obtain Peer Attention Avoid Tasks

11 Additional Key Indicators

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13 Multi-Year Data Summaries

14 Tier II Behavior Patterns for Targeted Groups

15 CICO-SWIS

16 CICO-SWIS

17 CICO-SWIS

18 CICO-SWIS

19 2 nd Period 3 rd Period

20 Tier III Individual Student Support

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23 Fidelity of Implementation

24 Possible Measures of Student Behavior Measures (www.swis.org) Individual Student Information System (ISIS-SWIS) 1.Monitor team, assessment, selected outcomes 2.Completely individualized 3.Includes assessment of plan implementation fidelity Check-in/ Check-out SWIS (CICO SWIS) 1.Monitors daily report data 2.Monitors by student, by period, by goal School-wide Information System (SWIS) Office Discipline Referrals 1.ODR per day per month 2.ODR per location 3.ODR per time of day 4.ODR per student 5.ODR per problem behavior 6.ODR per ethnicity 7.Drill Down Function to assess with precision 1.Aggression in Cafeteria by certain students. License Fee $300/school/year first application $100 for each additional application

25 Main Messages Establish school-level data systems that fit the Multi-tiered approach. o More specific information as intensity of support increases Establish school-level ODR data systems that BOTH facilitate problem solving AND provide the data needed for performance reports Include fidelity of behavior support implementation as part of the individual student support system

26 Questions Breakout Plan


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