Presentation on theme: "School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports: New Team Training PBIS Team Day 1."— Presentation transcript:
School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports: New Team Training PBIS Team Day 1
Critical Elements 1.PBIS Team 2.Faculty/Staff Commitment 3.Expectations and Rules Developed 4.Plans for Teaching expectations/rules 5.Reward/Recognition Program Established 6.Effective Procedures for Dealing with Problem Behaviors 7.Data Entry and Analysis Plan Established 8.Classroom Systems 9.Evaluation 10.Implementation Plan
Critical Element PBIS TEAM
Do you have a vision that compels new ways of thinking and acting? Working with your staff or team, discuss your vision of your school: If you could create the school of your dreams, what would it look like and sound like with a positive, proactive, and instructional approach to discipline?
Thinking about Vision Looks like … What will we see? Sounds like … What will we hear? How will this align with your School Improvement Plan, your Mission & Vision Statements?
Aligning Teaming Structures = Working Smarter, Not Harder Identify the multiple committees/teams within their school Identify purposes, outcomes, targets, and staff Address, evaluate, and restructure committees and/or teams to address your SIP and PBIS in your school 7
Initiative/ Committee/ Team Purpose and Strategic Goal Supported Measureable Outcome Target GroupStaff InvolvedOverlap? Modify? Attendance Committee Increase attendance, Goal #2 Increase % of students attending daily All studentsEric, Ellen, Marlee Yes-fold to SW PBS/PBIS School Climate Committee Improve Climate, Goal #3 Improve ClimateAll students and staffMarlee, J.S., Ellen, Eric Yes-fold into SW PBS Safety Committee Improve safety, Goal #3 Predictable response to threat/crisis Dangerous studentsHas not metYes-fold into SW PBS School Spirit Committee Enhance school spirit Improve moraleAll students and staffHas not metYes-fold into SW PBS Discipline Committee Improve behavior, Goal #3 Decrease office referrals Bullies, antisocial students, repeat offenders Ellen, Eric, Marlee, Otis Yes-fold into SW PBS Student Support Team/Problem Solving Team Goal #1# of referrals to SPED or other services Some and a few students Marlee, Tom, Darlene Discipline, DIBELS, FACTS… PBIS TeamImplement 3-tier framework to support behavior, Goals #2 and #3 Decrease office referrals, increase attendance, enhance academic engagement, improve grades All students and staffEric, Ellen, Marlee, Otis, Emma Yes- continue Working Effectively and Efficiently ??? 8
Initiative/ Committee/ Team Purpose and Strategic Goal Supported Measureable Outcome Target GroupStaff InvolvedOverlap? Modify? 9 Step 1: Identify Current Teams Step 2: Complete the Working Smarter document Step 3: Based on your results, what teams can you combine or eliminate?
Working Agreements = Norms Reflect on the professional behaviors that characterize efficient and effective meetings you have attended. What working agreements will support your team’s work and heighten your productivity?
Creating Norms for your Team Meetings Sample norms … Start on time, end on time Listen to understand not reply Use the team meeting process Actively participate Assume best intentions
Define roles for effective meetings Core roles – Facilitator – Recorder, Minute taker – Time Keeper – Reporter, Communicator – Data analyst/manager – Active team members 15 Typically NOT the administrator
AGENDA TEMPLATE SAMPLE
BoQ Action Planner The 10 Critical Elements BENCHMARKS OF QUALITY A, IP, N Notes PBIS TeamProgress Monitoring 1. Team has administrative support 2. Team runs efficient and effective regular meetings (at least monthly) 3. Team has established a clear mission/purpose *Additional feature for successful team implementation *Team has broad representation of school: different grade/content levels, specialty classes, behavior specialist, data person
MAKE IT HAPPEN TIME What needs to be completed?WHOWHEN A. B. C. D.