Missouri Policy Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (MO DESE) Supports MO SW-PBS by: –Financing 32 positions –Relying on initiative as State Performance Plan (SPP) improvement activity for numerous SPP indicators –Commitment of human and financial resources to support School Data Profile (SDP) online data collection system for MO SW-PBS schools/districts –Promotion of SW-PBS through Department assistant commissioners (letters to superintendents, presentations to stakeholders, collaboration with Missouri Department of Mental Health to promote 3-tiered models across agencies –Dedicating funds and personnel to plan, prepare and conduct summer regional trainings and statewide institute.
MO SW-PBS Action Plan Aligns with Implementer Blueprint –Attention to accuracy, fluency and relevance of state initiative –Emphasize prevention –Ensure success & progress is positively reinforced –Integrate academic and behavioral success –Collaborate with other stakeholders and agencies –Expand district, regional and state connectivity –Plan for sustainability
MO SW-PBS State Action Plan Scaling Up Factors Consultant Capacity Scope & Sequence Standardized Curriculum Recognition System Ongoing Monitoring
Scope & Sequence Development Scope & Sequence aligns standardized curriculum content with phases of implementation: –Exploration & Adoption –Preparation (building schoolwide and data systems) –Emerging 1 (first year implementing with students) –Emerging 2 (increase DOK and classroom strategies) –Tier 2 (build Tier 2 teams, data systems, interventions) –Tier 3(under development across 3 levels) Specialized information related to cultural diversity, family involvement, mental health, administrator skills and RtI embedded throughout
Recognition System Designed to reinforce Scope & Sequence, standardized curriculum fluency, and attention to results from standardized instruments Bronze = Tier 1 fidelity Silver = Tiers 1 & 2 fidelity Gold = Tiers 1,2 and 3 fidelity
Dissemination Examples Participation in state dissemination: – 3-tiered initiatives collaboration through MO DESE working group –School Mental Health Advisory Panel –RtI workshops held in regional centers –Data Team Training Presentations at national and state conferences: –MO principals, superintendents, school board and guidance counselors’ conferences; Character Education, Professional Learning Communities –National Staff Development Council, APBS Collaboration with Missouri Children's Psychiatric Services and Developmental Disabilities & Kansas Institute of Positive Behavior Supports (KIPBS) to develop multi-level Tier 3 training modules
Ongoing Monitoring Standardized Instruments Committee: –Reviewed national instruments –Created chart of what to be used & why Missouri SW-PBS School Data Profile –Online data collection and analysis system –Will be able to link to national survey site –15 indicators: 10 already collected by MO DESE 5 collected by schools/districts
Sustainability Monthly training for consultants Standardized Curriculum Alignment with national recommendations and guidelines Regional and state-level consultants model Collaboration with other state and national stakeholders Accurate multi-year data analysis
Summary Growth is Exhilarating and Intimidating State Plan is flexible Documents can be found on our website: http://pbismissouri.org/ http://pbismissouri.org/ –See Missouri SW-PBS 2010 Annual Report for more detail
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