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2 2 Training Administrators Prior to and During Tier 1 Training Prior to and During Tier 2 Training Prior to and During Tier 3 Training/TA

3 3 Preparation Training Who are we? What is PBS? Doesn’t the “traditional” approach to discipline work? Why should my school want to do PBS? How many school shave been trained in Florida? But will this work in my type of school? Can you show me some specific examples from schools like mine? What kinds of outcomes are schools experiencing with PBS?

4 Illinois PBIS Schools to Surpass 1,000 Milestone in 2009 25% of all Illinois Schools to implement PBIS, which equates to 1 out of every 4 in the state 30% of all Illinois School Districts

5 PBIS Schools Over Eleven Years: Trained and Partially or Fully Implementing * *Excluding CPS data

6 6 Preparation Training Is there a difference in schools that implement with fidelity and those that do not? How can we afford to spend time on behavior when we have so many academic demands? But where can I find the time to do this PBS process? What has to be established at the district level to make this process work? What will be required of me and my staff if we do PBS? What does the Florida PBS: RtI Behavior training include? Questions? Next Steps?

7 7 Administrator Letter 1.Show the Discovering School-wide PBS: Moving Towards a Positive Future DVD to your entire staff 2.Recruit individuals from your staff who would like to be part of a PBS Team. 3.Contact your PBS District Coordinator to identify your PBS Coach. 4.Once members of the PBS Leadership Team have been identified, they need to meet for 30-60 minutes to complete and submit the following : –School Readiness Checklist with Principal’s signature –School Commitment Form –New School Profile –Potential funding sources to support SWPBS efforts 5.Once above steps # 1-4 have been completed, make 2 copies of the completed Readiness Checklist….

8 IL Getting Started Process Administrators attend AS50 or AA540 Overview Training Commitment for Success Application submitted TAC assigned from IL PBIS Network Complete IL PBIS Cost Estimator (optional) District meeting & completion of District Readiness Checklist School meeting & completion of School Readiness Checklist U50 Overview scheduled at school (TAC) Internal and External coach attend C100 & C200 training Universal Team attends U100 & U200 training Universal Team attends UTA300 training

9 The District Commitment.2 FTE External Coach for every five schools @ universal level.4 FTE Secondary/Tertiary coach for three implementing schools in year 1, 6 schools in year 2, and 9 schools in year 3 District Leadership Team formed & quarterly meetings PBIS is one of top district school improvement goals Complete District Data Audit Identify school-based discipline data tracking system (SWIS) District Summit commitment External Coaches training Network Meetings quarterly

10 The School Commitment at Universal Level SIP addresses PBS as among top 3 goals Identified a U-Team Principal commits to 3-5 years Complete the Data Audit Tool U50 Overview Staff complete the SAS Identify funding source U Team commits to meeting twice a month Internal Coach commits to training sequence Identify data system to produce the Big 5 (SWIS) Schools develops a 3-5 year strategic PBIS Action Plan

11 11 After Tier 1 Training “Refresher Course” –New and returning administrators Review each component of Tier 1 PBS Review the administrator’s responsibilities at each step in the process May be tailored to meet unique needs of school via the web –Administrator selects areas of need based on BoQ scores and

12 After Tier 1 Training UTA 300 training– for Universal Team Team Implementation Checklist to identify action plan items Phases of Implementation in November & April Each schools has Technical Assistance Coordinator from IL PBIS Network plus District External Coach for ongoing support

13 13 Critical Questions: Before Considering Tier II 1. Are our Tier 1 supports impacting 80% of our students? –Look at your data and BoQ scores 2. Has this student contacted the Tier 1 system (teaching, rewards, etc.)? –Survey teachers to determine whether training and recognition activities occurred as planned

14 14 Critical Questions: Before Considering Tier II 3. Is the Tier 1 process being implemented in the classroom? –Utilize Classroom Consultation Guide 4. Is the issue with this student a specific teacher/classroom issue? –Utilize Classroom Consultation Guide

15 School Commitment at Secondary Level Administrators attend AA696 Academy Within 12-24 months school forms S Team and is trained Team attends S Series Training Team agrees to meet twice monthly School commits to use Secondary Systems Tools (STT) Within 12-24 months Tertiary Team is formed and trained T Team attends Tertiary Training Series T Team commits to use SIMEO to track student progress & will assign a SIMEO facilitator(s) to be trained for Readiness Checklist

16 16 Preparing for Tier 2 1. Do we have groups of students that might benefit from Tier 2 interventions? –Look at ODR, teacher referrals, etc. 2. Are there students in need of support that the school discipline data may not capture? (i.e. those with internalizing factors) –Consider additional ways to identify students

17 17 Preparing for Tier 2 3. Do the types or causes of their problem behaviors match a targeted group intervention? –Review any information about the possible function of the student’s behavior (get or avoid attention, activities, etc.) 4. What can we implement to have the biggest impact for the least cost/effort? –Consider the cost effectiveness of planned interventions

18 18 Preparing for Tier 2 5. How are we progress monitoring? –Develop a simple, consistent approach across multiple interventions

19 Tier 1/Universal School-Wide Assessment School-Wide Prevention Systems SIMEO Tools: HSC-T, RD-T, EI-T Check-in/ Check-out Individualized Check- In/Check-Out, Groups & Mentoring (ex. CnC) Brief Functional Behavioral Assessment/ Behavior Intervention Planning (FBA/BIP) Complex FBA/BIP Wraparound ODRs, Attendance, Tardies, Grades, DIBELS, etc. Daily Progress Report (DPR) (Behavior and Academic Goals) Competing Behavior Pathway, Functional Assessment Interview, Scatter Plots, etc. Social/Academic Instructional Groups Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports: A Response to Intervention (RtI) Model Illinois PBIS Network, Revised Aug.,2009 Adapted from T. Scott, 2004 Tier 2/ Secondary Tier 3/ Tertiary Intervention Assessment

20 3-Tiered System of Support Necessary Conversations (Teams) CICO SAIG Mentoring /CnC Complex FBA/BIP Universal Support Problem Solving Team Tertiary Systems Team Brief FBA/ BIP Brief FBA/BIP Universal Team WRAP Secondary Systems Team Plans SW & Class-wide supports Uses Process data; determines overall intervention effectiveness Standing team; uses FBA/BIP process for one youth at a time Uses Process data; determines overall intervention effectiveness

21 21 Tier 2 Tasks Providing targeted classroom support Identifying students for Tier 2 Progress monitoring at Tier 2 Selecting Tier 2 interventions Measuring the fidelity of Tier 2 implementation

22 Secondary Team Tasks Developing a system of secondary behavior support for students Student identification process/rules -ODRs screening process -Universal Screener -Parent Referral -Staff Referral Tier 2 intervention selection is automatic (see triangle) Monitor the fidelity of interventions Communicate with Intervention Coordinator on individual student RTI Issue a Reverse Request for Assistance or send student name/data to Problem Solving Team

23 23 Tier 3 and Administrators Tier 3 processes start at the district level Changes must occur in district policies, products and processes District administrators are initially involved School administrators are involved at the training and application phase

24 Tier 3 IL Plan Starts at District Level with External Coaching Commitment though Primary TAC AA696 for Administrators & Behavioral Staff (SW, Psychs) IL PBIS Network provides higher level of TA & Training at S & T levels for committed districts (Demos & Rep sites) Training in complex FBA/BIP and WRAP Targeted building assistance during tertiary systems development Quarterly S/T District Leadership Team meetings (data-focus)

25 25 Tier 3 Technical Assistance Technical assistance can include one or more of the following: Evaluation of district’s Tier 3 process and products Facilitation in developing targeted action plan Consultation in building improved products and processes (e.g., data-tracking system, cohesive process) Training in efficacious Tier 3 process

26 26 Tier 3 TA Process Tier 3 district leadership team identified Current Tier 3 process and products evaluated Interview conducted to determine implementation of essential process components Completed FBAs and BIPs (up to 10) submitted for evaluation of adherence to essential product components Evaluation summary prepared identifying strengths and areas for improvement

27 27 Tier 3 Technical Assistance District Action Planning Meeting Develop vision/goal (long-range) for Tier 3 based on evaluation Prioritize areas for action Brainstorming and consensus building processes Build action plan describing activities to be completed Status of plan reviewed on consistent basis Infrastructure must be in place prior to training in specific Tier 3 process (e.g., PTR)

28 28 Florida’s Positive Behavior Support Project Phone: (813) 974-7684 Fax: (813) 974-6115 Email: State Website: http://flpbs.fmhi.usf.edu National Website:

29 IL PBIS Network a component of the IL Statewide TA Center (IS-TAC) Address: 335 N. LaGrange Rd. LaGrange Park, IL 60526 Phone: (708) 482-4860 Fax: (708) 482-4875 IL Website: National Center:

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