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Coming June 30, 2011.  Purpose of PBIS Assessment  Implications of the move from PBIS Surveys  Overview of available Tools and Surveys  Criteria for.

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1 Coming June 30, 2011

2  Purpose of PBIS Assessment  Implications of the move from PBIS Surveys  Overview of available Tools and Surveys  Criteria for new Tools and Surveys  Walk through current Test site  Upcoming Training Opportunities

3 PBIS Assessment is a web-based application designed to assist in high-fidelity, sustained implementation of school-wide positive behavior support (SWPBS). The goal of the website is to improve the efficiency and accuracy with which tool/instrument can be used to complete three functions: A. Initial Assessment of discipline practices to determine if and how SWPBS should be adopted. B. Implementation Assessment of the fidelity with which SWPBS procedures are being used, and the design of “action plans” to improve implementation fidelity. C. Sustained Assessment of the implementation of SWPBS at all three tiers to facilitator on-going use of core SWPBS features.

4 1. Improvement of the application structure: Research Only Assessment of Implementation 2. Inclusion of Other Surveys & Instruments : Evidence & research based tools Research, Annual Assessments & Progress Monitoring

5 3. Evaluation Template: PBIS Assessment will have the capacity to include an evaluation template for schools/districts in developing evaluation plans. 4. Action Planning: PBIS Assessment will incorporate an Action Plan that will combine information from all the surveys a school enters into PBIS Assessment. The data entered will be used to create one Action Plan that schools can use for Annual Action Planning.

6 The following will ALL transfer from PBIS Surveys to PBIS Assessment: Login Information Survey Data Open Survey Windows All Previous Data

7 Research Tools Annual Assessment Tool Progress Monitoring Tool Universal System (Tier 1) SET *PreSET BoQ 2.0 SAS TIC 3.0 *PIC Secondary & Tertiary Systems (Tier 2 & 3) *ISSET SAS *BAT *MATT *PIC Outcome Tool/instrument: School Safety Survey * Tool to be included in future version

8  The School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET), an interview and observation protocol through which an external expert can evaluate the status of critical PBIS features both before and after implementation, data entry is available for coordinators only.  The SET is a research instrument for determining the extent to which a school is implementing school-wide positive behavior support.  The SET results provide a summary score that is used (a) to determine annual goals for school-wide effective behavior support, (b) to evaluate on-going efforts toward school-wide behavior support, (c) to design and revise procedures as needed, and (d) to compare annual accomplishments toward school-wide effective behavior support. Feature Areas of SETData Sources a)expectations defined, b)behavioral expectations taught, c)acknowledgement procedures, d)correction procedures, e)monitoring and evaluation, f)management, and g)district level support. Permanent Products (e.g. discipline handbook, school improvement plan for safety related goal, instructional materials, meeting minutes) Observations Staff Interviews Student Interviews

9  The BoQ is an expedient, effective assessment tool that measures the degree to which a school is implementing the universal level of school-wide positive behavior support (SWPBS). Data entry is available for coordinators only.  The process typically includes the following:  The coach (facilitator) first completes the Coach Scoring Form using the Scoring Guide that provides operational definitions of the scores for each item.  The team members then individually complete the Team Member Rating Form, a simplified version of the Coach’s Scoring Form that does not require the Scoring Guide.  The BoQ has a total possible score of 100. This score is derived from the 3-8 items in each of the 10 subscales. Each item has a maximum value between one and three points, and points for the items are summed to obtain a Total Score.

10  The Self-Assessment Survey is used by school staff to evaluate the implementation of PBIS systems.  The survey examines the current status and need for improvement of four behavior support systems: a) school-wide discipline systems, b) non-classroom management systems (e.g., cafeteria, hallway, playground), c) classroom management systems, and d) systems for individual students engaging in chronic problem behaviors.  The Self-Assessment Survey is typically completed when a school first begins adoption of School-wide Behavior Support systems, and then annually (preferably in the Spring) thereafter as part of the team’s action planning process.

11  The Team Checklist is used to guide PBIS implementation team activities throughout the year.  The checklist is used as a status report quarterly or monthly. Teams can use the results of the checklist to complete or revise an action plan for the year.

12  The School Safety Survey is designed to assess risk factors and response plans for school safety and violence.  The Safety Survey is completed annually by a minimum of five school staff, including the custodian.  This information is useful in determining training and support needs related to school safety and violence prevention.

13  Reliable & evidence-based  Consistent across states  Meets need(s) not duplicated by tool/instrument currently in user.

14 (Please remember that we’re not quite finished.)

15 PBIS Assessment Go To Webinars: DateTime July 68:00 AM July 148:00 AM July 201:00 PM July 281:00 PM August 38:00 AM August 118:00 AM August 171:00 PM August 251:00 PM Register at

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