Agenda Introductions Review Morning and Answer Questions Define Coordinator responsibilities and competencies Define Team Member responsibilities Identify Coaching and Other Supports Available Using your School Data: SET & EBS Answer remaining Questions
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Leadership Team Funding Visibility Political Support TrainingCoachingEvaluation Active Coordination Behavioral Expertise
Why have a PBIS Coordinator? Support Team with Team action planning and implementation Help with Team sustainability and accountability Team reinforcement (positive nag) Facilitate the use of data in decision making Public relations and communications Network with other schools Feedback to statewide PBS Team
PBIS Coordinator Pre-requisites: Attendance at introductory trainings Role endorsed by school principal Flexibility to complete tasks during the day Positive rapport with other school staff and professional credibility Interest in performing responsibilities of coordinator
PBIS Coordinator Responsibilities: Ensure Team is scheduled to meet at least monthly and facilitation occurs Help with Team organization and task completion Organize and report data to Team and to State Attend regional coordinator meetings (bi- monthly) Attend training events
PBIS Coordinator Competencies: Fluency with PBIS features – systems, data and practices Effectively communicates with school leadership team and community stakeholders (e.g., faculty, students, staff, parents, community members) Positively reports, promotes, shapes, and reinforces school team progress and products
PBIS Leadership Team Member Responsibilities: Share team roles Promote PBIS Implementation Plan to representative group in school Attend monthly team meetings Volunteer for team tasks Act as PBIS cheerleader!
Activity! Complete the PBIS Coordinator self- assessment Identify three priorities for your own professional development Review your learning priorities with your Team and return completed self- assessment to your coach
Supports Available to You: Presenters and coaches Optional PBIS Coordinator Check-in at end of each day Other PBIS schools Web sites
Effective Behavior Support (EBS) Self-Assessment Survey Purpose:Assess staff perceptions of PBIS practices in place and priority for changes Design annual action plan Format:Survey Completed by:All staff Manual or on-line scoring, graphing When?Annually, preferably in the spring
Two main questions 1.What systems are in place now? 2.What systems are most in need of improvement?
School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) Purpose:Assess school-wide implementation of PBIS practices Format:Interviews with staff, students; observations; review of discipline related documents Completed by: Coaches Manual scoring, graphing When?Before SW implementation, 6-12 weeks after SW implementation, Annually
SET Components Section A: Expectations Defined Section B: Behavioral Expectations Taught Section C: On-Going System for Rewarding Behavioral Expectations Section D System for Responding to Behavioral Violations Section E: Monitoring and Evaluation Section F: Leadership
Tasks for facilitated discussion In your PBIS School Leadership Team, your School Coordinator leads discussion on: – PBIS School Coordinator and team member roles and responsibilities – PBIS School Coordinator’s learning priorities and how the team can help – Review results of SET & EBS with team. Establish priorities for implementation