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Presentation on theme: "FAMILY GUIDE TO PBIS POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTIONS AND SUPPORTS 1."— Presentation transcript:


2 Developed by: In Cooperation With: 2

3  What do we do? Problem Behavior 3

4 MOST OFTEN WE:  Get Angry  Punish  Does That Work? 4

5  1. I know a lot about PBIS and could explain it to someone else.  2. I know what PBIS stands for and some of the basic parts of it.  3. I know what PBIS stands for but that’s about it.  4. I have no idea what you’re talking about. 5 POLL QUESTION

6 What is Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports? (PBIS) 6


8 PBIS: A School-Wide System Teaches Positive Behavior Helps Keep Kids and Schools Safe 8

9 PBIS: Recognizes Students Who Show Good Behavior Provides Support and Re- Teaching for Students Who Don’t Show Good Behavior Provides Fair Consequences for Students Who Don’t Show Good Behavior 9


11  Demonstrate the behavior that is expected  Have students practice the behavior  Watch them do it  Give positive feedback  Recognize good behavior HOW? 11

12 Prevention Works Better Than Punishment Teachers Spend More Time Teaching and Less Time Dealing with Behavior Students Learn More WHY? 12

13 What Does it Look Like? A School Using PBIS: 13

14 Teachers Administrators Support Staff Parents The School Creates a PBIS Team 14

15  Posted  Taught  Demonstrated  Practiced 3 to 5 Expectations 15

16  Talk About the Good Behavior that You Want to See  Recognize and Give Attention to Good Behavior When You See It Teaching Behaviors Using PBIS 16

17  Teaching is not enough to change behavior  Planning a program for recognizing positive behavior is very important.  A program of planned consequences for negative behavior is very important. Changing Behavior 17

18  Tickets to spend at a school store  Lunch with the principal  Picking two friends and eating lunch in a special place  Getting picture on a positive poster in the hallway Examples of Planned Positive Recognition and Incentives 18

19  Rule reminders  Changing seats  Time‐out in class  Timeout-out of class  Phone call home  Lunch detention  Office referral Examples of Planned Negative Consequences 19

20 Three Important Parts of PBIS Teach the Good Behavior you Expect to See Provide Recognition and Incentives for Good Behavior Provide Planned Consequences for Negative Behavior and Re-Teach Good Behavior 20

21 PBIS at HOME  Set ROUTINES and EXPECTATIONS  Regularly TALK about them with your child, DEMONSTRATE and PRACTICE  Be firm about following the expected behavior  Recognize when your child is showing good behavior with verbal praise  Plan positive incentives for showing good behavior  Have a PLAN for fair consequences if negative behavior happens  Be a good role model 21

22 You can use a chart to tell your children what you expect of them. 22 Home Expectations Expectations MorningAfter SchoolSupper TimeEveningBedtime Be Safe Be Respectful Be Responsible

23 Step or Tier 1 – Universal Level  What the school is doing for ALL students  What about the students that still don’t “get it”? 23

24  Some kids need more  Interventions – the more, the extra  Extra supports for kids who are still struggling to show the good behavior we expect Step or Tier 2 – Targeted Level 24

25 Who Needs It?  Use Data (Information) office referrals minor incidents attendance being late 25

26  Check in/Check out (CICO)  Daily Home/School Communication  Extra Support in the Classroom  Social/Academic Intervention Group (SAIG) Targeted Level - Interventions

27  The intervention that is most-often used at Tier 2  Student “checks in” with a trusted adult each morning  Trusted adult works to build a strong relationship with the student  Adult makes sure the student is physically and mentally ready for class  Student may also “check in” with the classroom teacher or other adults during the day to talk about behavior  Student “checks out” with trusted adult at the end of the day to review the day and make sure he/she is ready to go home Check In/Check Out (CICO) 27

28  Review Data Regularly  Slowly Take Away Support if Student is Responding to Intervention  Recommend Student for Next Step (Tier) What Happens Next? 28

29  Few students  Students who are still struggling even with extra support  Tier 3 can include students receiving Special Education Step or Tier 3 - Intensive Level 29

30  Students who are not Changing Their Negative Behavior, even with Extra Support  When the Data Shows that More Intensive Interventions are Needed Who Needs It? When? 30

31  Even More Support  Functional Behavioral Assessment  Behavior Intervention Plan Intensive Level 31

32  Put Together a Team (Include Parent)  Define the Problem Behavior (Stick to One or Two)  Observe and Record Data  Meet Together to Discuss Observations and Data  Make Your Best Guess as to Why the Behavior is Happening  Come up With a Plan to Reduce the Negative Behavior and Teach Replacement Behaviors  Review the Plan Steps to Functional Behavioral Assessment 32

33  State the Problem Behavior in a Way Everyone Can Understand  Change the Environment and Put Supports in Place to Keep the Behavior From Happening  Teach Positive Replacement Behaviors  Give Student Opportunities to Practice the Replacement Behaviors  Review the Plan Behavior Intervention Plan 33

34  Parents can Request a Special Education Evaluation at any Time  PBIS is for ALL Students, those without IEPs, and those with IEPs  Parent Involvement is a MUST PBIS and Special Education 34

35  What are the school-wide and classroom behavioral expectations in my child’s school?  How will I be notified and involved if my child needs a behavioral intervention?  What can I do to help my child who is showing at-risk behavior? Ask Questions

36  Learn About PBIS  Offer to Help  Use PBIS at Home  Ask Questions if Your Child has been Recommended for an Intervention  Insist on Being Involved with any Meeting Regarding Your Child Get Involved 36

37 NEED MORE IDEAS? Visit the web @  Contact your child’s teacher  Contact someone from your school’s PBIS Team 37

38 PBIS is Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports Questions??? 38


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