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© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Title © 2008 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc Kirby Drive, Suite 950 Houston, Texas 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc Montrose Blvd., 5 th Floor Houston, TX Psychological Software Solutions Review 360 for General Education Presenter: Andre Banks Roland Espericueta Doug Maraffa
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Welcome Meet the Trainers What is Review360 (Brief history) Participants’ Guidelines (Take care of your needs, cell phones to vibrate, breaks, parking lot questions) Agenda
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Agenda Overview –Behavior Matters –A Mandate for Change PBIS / RTI Framework –Continuum of Interventions and Support –Components Review360 - Gen Ed Product –Dashboard, Modules, Special Topics, Tools, Reports
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. What is your Philosophy of Discipline? Beliefs Attitudes
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The child ___ a problem (Is / Has)
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. belief “Something believed or accepted as true, especially a particular tenet or a body of tenets accepted by a group of persons” Dictionary.com
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Behavior ____________of individuals (Management / Support)
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. attitude “a state of readiness to respond in a characteristic way to a stimulus (as an object, concept, or situation)” Dictionary.com
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. What do students want from their teachers? Positive attitude Preparedness Personal touch Sense of humor Creativity Willingness to admit mistakes Forgiving Respect High expectations Compassion Sense of belonging “University of Memphis Study”
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. A Native American boy was talking with his grandfather. “What do think about the world situation?” he asked. The grandfather replied, “I feel like wolves are fighting in my heart. One is full of anger and hatred; the other is full of love, forgiveness, and peace.” “Which one will win?” asked the boy. To which the grandfather replied, “the one I feed.”
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc.. Approximately one third of students have emotional problems that act as a barrier to their benefiting fully from instruction, resulting in poor academic progress. Teachers are forced to expend time and resources on behavioral issues that take away from classroom effectiveness and the academic instruction of all students. Recent updates to state and federal special education guidelines are changing the way schools are expected to support students with problem behavior and the scope of interventions are expanding to meet behavioral needs. Behavior Matters
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Multiple Initiatives Compete for Time School Systems Not Designed to Address Behavior Frequency and Severity of Behavior Problems Can Overwhelm Schools Public Demand High for Academic Accountability Why are Behavior Systems Overlooked ?
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Obstacles to Implementing Behavioral Systems Belief: “Why do good things for bad kids?” Emphasis on Academics Failure to make the behavior and academic connection The blame game
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. A Mandate for Change – RTI and PBIS Legislative mandates to Implement RTI and PBIS (NCLB/IDEA) Most states have adopted RTI and PBIS as best practices for early intervention Federal grants and entitlements now requiring evidence of implementation
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. What is Positive Behavior Support? Addresses the behavioral needs of all students through a tiered intervention model Develops a foundation of prevention practices so interventions/interactions with students become more effective Changes the behavior of adults in order to change the behavior of students Teaches, encourages, and rewards desirable student behaviors Assists in creating a positive school climate Uses Data to Create a Systems Approach to Behavior Management
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. What is Response To Intervention Addresses the academic and behavioral needs of all students through a tiered intervention model Uses research based, scientifically validated instructional and behavioral interventions Uses data to make decisions about interventions Monitors student progress to inform instructional and behavioral decisions Uses assessment to 1) screen children 2) determine what children can and cannot do in specific skill areas 3) monitor progress to determine if academic or behavioral interventions are working.
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. © 2009 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Tier 1 Tier 1 Implementing intensive services and progress monitoring for individual students Developing interventions and progress monitoring individual and/or groups of students at risk Developing interventions and progress monitoring individual and/or groups of students at risk Developing proactive school-wide and classroom management practices and screening to identify students at risk Review360 Gen Ed– Braiding RTI and PBIS Tier % of Students Tier 3 1-5% 80-90% of Students
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. The Importance of Tier 1 Provides a foundation of proactive and preventative best practices at the classroom and schoolwide level Builds capacity for ongoing school improvement Aligns behavioral and instructional expectations When implemented with fidelity, reduces the likelihood of students requiring tier 2 and 3 interventions. Improves the quality of teaching and learning
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. For Discussion…. What are your existing district or school practices in aligning your behavioral expectations and behavioral interventions for students? What are the commonly held beliefs about student behavior in your school or district (spoken or unspoken)?
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. A Shift in Thinking Shifting from the problem is within the child to the problem is due to a breakdown in the system or the teaching and learning interaction. Shifting away from categorical or exclusionary thinking to solving the problems of individual students. Shifting from a placement or punishment orientation to a teaching and supporting orientation. Shifting from determining punishment, pathology or disability to determining what needs to be done for the student.
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. PBIS vs. Traditional Approach Traditional Discipline: Focuses on the student’s problem behavior Stops undesirable behavior through the use of punishment Positive Behavior Support: Replaces undesired behavior with a new behavior or skill Alters environments Teaches appropriate skills Rewards appropriate behavior
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Reasons to Implement A Behavior Support System 1. Academic and behavioral goals are not being met. 2. There are high rates of problem behaviors, leading to a loss of instructional time. 3. Problem behaviors are not handled consistently at the school level. 4. Families and the community are dissatisfied with the school’s current behavior policies. 5. Teachers are concerned about student behavior.
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Review360™ Gen Ed: An Integrated Approach Expert Behavioral Coach Delivers web-based instructional support and professional development to implement and sustain best practices Provides research-based behavioral interventions and strategies Creates individualized student behavioral plans aligned with district processes Behavioral Data System Facilitates the collection and analysis of student behavioral data Screens to identify struggling students Tracks student progress Aggregates behavior progress Produces useful reports for communicating progress Guides and Sustains Systemic Implementation Aligns behavioral practices Monitors, assesses, and communicates implementation effort Informs data based decision making
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Emphasize the creation of systems that support the adoption and sustained implementation of evidence-based practices and procedures Align with and support on-going school reform efforts Provide positive and effective alternatives to traditional methods of discipline Involve staff, students, and parents in a collaborative process for supporting and maintaining positive student behaviors Include tools and templates designed to facilitate, assess, and monitor implementation Provide staff development that creates a continuum of tiered interventions and a foundation of evidenced-based practices to improve behavioral and learning outcomes for students Tier 1 Components: Classroom and Schoolwide
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Classroom Component – School-wide Component Six Instructional Modules – Evidence Based Practices Teaching behavioral expectations Developing procedures and routines Using reinforcement and acknowledgement Improving student teacher relationships and interactions Structuring the learning environment Developing effective correction procedures and strategies Provides teachers with screening instruments and rating scales to identify students struggling with behavior Provides teachers behavioral data as well as interventions to assist in managing behaviors when they occur Allows administrators to monitor implementation, identify areas for additional training,and assess strengths and areas of concern for staff and students Each module has action items to complete that result in the development of the Classroom Management Plan Instructional Modules for PBIS Implementation Developing a school-wide behavior support team Using school and student data to develop systems and practices to more effectively support student behavior Creating behavioral expectations that are taught and reinforce with all students Developing procedures and practices for the common areas and systematic supervision of the school environment Developing positive reinforcement and more positive engagement with students Establishing school-wide procedures for redirection and correction Each module has action items to complete that result in the development of the School-wide Behavior Support Plan
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Individual Student Interventions: Tiers 2 and 3 Creates a behavior support plan for students requiring more intensive services Recommends research based strategies aligned to specific behaviors for teachers Monitors student progress Communicates progress to parents and RTI team
© 2010 Psychological Software Solutions, Inc. Review360 - It’s All About the Data Dashboard (Spotlight, Classroom and School-wide Plan, Office Referral History) Modules (Expectations, Procedures, Acknowledgment, Structure, Interactions, Correction, Templates) Special Topics (Behaviors of Concern) Tools (Spot check, Incident Reporting, RTI Referral, School and Classroom Walkthrough, etc.) Reports (incident history, month, time of day, etc.)
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