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					AIMSweb Behavior
Pearson Clinical Assessments Group
May, 2010
Agenda

     Pearson Overview
     AIMSweb Overview
     AIMSweb Behavior Overview
      – Benchmark
      – Action Plans
         • Progress Monitoring
         • Interventions
      – Reporting
     Why AIMSweb for Behavior?
     Q&A
Pearson Overview

                 Pearson is the world’s leading
                 education company.
                 From pre-school to high school, early learning to
                 professional certification, our curriculum
                 materials, multimedia learning tools and testing
                 programs help to educate more than 100 million
                 people worldwide - more than any other private
                 enterprise.

       Pearson   Our mission is to improve teaching and
    Assessment   life-long learning.
 & Information   We help students, families, and educators use
                 assessment, information, research and innovation
                 to promote learning, advance academic
                 achievement, improve instructional productivity,
                 and transform educational communities.
AIMSweb Overview


    AIMSweb is the assessment and data management
    foundation for Response to Intervention (RTI)
    programs.
     – Designed specifically to universally screen and progress
       monitor
     – Uses brief, valid, and reliable measures of reading and
       math performance for grades 1-8
     – Generates real-time reports at the student, class, grade,
       district and state levels


    Beginning Fall 2010, AIMSweb will also support
    behavior management for RTI and PBS.
How AIMSweb Works - Academics
            Assessment and Data Management
Benchmark   Progress        Write individualized annual
             Monitor         goals and monitor more frequently
                               those who need intensive instructional
                                services.


                                    Monitor at-risk students
                                     monthly and evaluate
                                      the effectiveness of
                                         instructional changes.



                                              Screen all students three
                                                times per year for early
                                                  identification, general
                                                    education progress
                                                      monitoring, and
                                                        AYP accountability.
AIMSweb Behavior Overview

     AIMSweb Behavior is a comprehensive, flexible
     behavior management toolkit that provides the
     framework, resources and data for RTI and
     Positive Behavior programs.
     AIMSweb Behavior includes
     –   Valid, reliable, teacher-friendly universal screeners for both
         behavior and social skills
     –   Fully customizable, online or printable progress monitor forms
     –   Research-based behavior and social skills interventions for
         teachers and parents that are proven effective
     –   Reporting at the student, class, grade, school, or district level
         that includes both behavior and academics
AIMSweb Behavior Overview

     AIMSweb Behavior Features
     –   Web-based, no local software installations required
     –   Screening and progress monitoring available in online and
         paper formats
     –   For grades K-12
     –   Includes an online library of printable behavior and social
         skills interventions, many with video examples
     –   Online tools help create custom progress monitoring forms
         and select interventions based on screening results
     –   Flexibility to use all or some of the components, depending on
         the structure of your behavior management program
AIMSweb Behavior Overview

      Okay, but can we...
      –   Track students with a daily behavior report card?
      –   Track progress on positive behaviors?
      –   Track compliance with our School-wide Expectations?
      –   Use this system for Check-in Check-out, or Check and
          Connect?
      –   Compare progress by special populations?
      –   Compare behavior issues by teacher, or look at summaries by
          school for the district?


   Yes!
AIMSweb Behavior - Components


     Benchmark                    Action Plan                       Monitor


     Social Skills                                                Schoolwide
                                 Set up progress
     Prosocial behavior                                          expectations
                                   monitoring
     Motivation to learn                                                    or
          and / or                       and / or                Replacement
                                          Select                  behaviors
    Behavior Teacher
                                      interventions                         or
    rating Student rating
                                                                    Negative
                                                                    behaviors


         Reporting          student     class   grade   school   district    state
AIMSweb Behavior - Benchmark

   Benchmark
     – Universally screen to identify students at risk for behavior
       or social skill problems that interfere with academic
       success
     – Intervene early—before students rack up ODRs
     – Identify students who may otherwise slip through the
       cracks—i.e., internalizing problems
     – Two types of screening
         • Behavior and Emotional Screening System (BESS), for social
           emotional problems
         • Social skills – Prosocial Behavior and Motivation to learn

     – Ideally given 3x per academic year: fall, winter, spring
         • In fall, after 4-6 weeks experience with students
From the
AIMSweb
home page,
click on the
Behavior
tab.
  This is
We’re onthe
          the
  Behavior Tab
Benchmark
tab.             This is the teacher’s
                 home page for
                 AIMSweb Behavior.
      This will show a list of all the
This page is the
teacher’s students. This data can be
      Behavior Tab
imported into the system during set-up;
teachers don’t have to input student
information manually.

        However, if they want to add student
        information manually, they would do so
        by clicking here.
This is the
Behavior Tab


         There are two valid, reliable behavior
         screening instruments included with
         AIMSweb Behavior: the BESS and the SSIS.
AIMSweb Behavior – Benchmark

  BESS (Behavior and Emotional Screening System)
     – A quick, reliable and systematic way to screen for behavioral and
       emotional issues in children and adolescents
     – NOT a clinical or diagnostic assessment
     – Teacher form
         • Rates students from K-12
         • 27 items, around 5 minutes to complete
     – Student form for grades 3 and higher
         • Identifies internalizing issues teacher form may miss
         • Printable forms, already populated with student information
         • Spanish forms available
     – Scoring results in one of three risk levels for behavior or emotional
       issues:
         • Normal
         • Elevated
         • Extremely elevated
     – Norm-referenced screener: normed on a national sample that
       closely approximates U. S. population
AIMSweb Behavior – Benchmark

  BESS (Behavior and Emotional Screening System)
     – Items are relevant to a school setting
     –   Teachers rate student behavior
     –   Students rate how they think, feel or act
     –   The response choices are Never, Sometimes, Often, or Always
     –   Examples from the teacher form:
                  Pays attention.
                  Disrupts other children’s activities.
                  Is well organized.

     – Examples from the student form:
                  I am good at making decisions.
                  My school feels good to me.
                  Even when I try hard, I fail.
This is the
Behavior Tab


The BESS teacher form can be
completed online.
To complete the assessment,
click on Assess Now.
Which will take you
to this screen.
        Completing
        the form is
        quick and
        easy—just
        click on the
        response…

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          This is the
Once completed, the score,
          Behavior Tab
the date completed and a
color code will appear. Color
coding helps the teacher
understand what they should
do based on that result.




                          This student is in
                          need of a behavioral
                          action plan.
AIMSweb Behavior – Benchmark
  Prosocial Behavior & Motivation to Learn
     Measures student skills against grade level expectations in two
      skill areas: Prosocial Behavior and Motivation to Learn
     Items taken from Social Skills Improvement System (SSIS)
      Performance Screening Guide
     Teachers rate students on performance descriptor levels from 1
      to 5, that best represents the student’s current level of
      functioning
     Teachers compare each student to the behavioral criteria as
      opposed to comparing students to each other as commonly done
      with norm-referenced assessments
     Each area is measured against age- or grade-level expectations
     Definitions reflect developmental differences and age-or grade-
      appropriate performance expectations
AIMSweb Behavior – Benchmark

  Prosocial Behavior Definition
    Behavior directed toward other people that involves
    effective communication skills, cooperative acts, self-
    control in difficult situations, and empathic or
    supportive responses to others who experience a
    problem. For example, children who consistently act
    in a prosocial manner compromise in conflict
    situations, invite others to join activities, volunteer to
    help others, and listen when others are speaking.
AIMSweb Behavior – Benchmark

  Motivation to Learn Definition
    A state of excitement or activity directed toward
    learning and completing classroom tasks or activities.
    For example, children who exhibit motivation to learn
    show interest, active engagement, and persistence
    with academic tasks or social interactions. They
    express satisfaction when learning is successful and
    renewed effort when it is not as successful as
    expected.
With the SSIS, teachers give
all students a single rating in
either Prosocial Behavior,
Motivation to Learn—or both.
Click on Rate Now
And the teacher can
quickly rate all
students in the
class.
        And the teacher can
        quickly rate all
        students in the
        class.




●   3
            And the teacher can
            quickly rate all
            students in the
            class.




●       3

    ●   5
                And the teacher can
                quickly rate all
                students in the
                class.




    ●       3

        ●   5

●           2
                And the teacher can
                quickly rate all
                students in the
                class.




    ●       3

        ●   5

●           2

●           2
                    And the teacher can
                    quickly rate all
                    students in the
                    class.




    ●           3

            ●   5

●               2

●               2

        ●       4
                    And the teacher can
                    quickly rate all
                    students in the
                    class.




    ●           3                ●    4

            ●   5

●               2

●               2

        ●       4
                    And the teacher can
                    quickly rate all
                    students in the
                    class.




    ●           3                ●       4

            ●   5                    ●   5

●               2

●               2

        ●       4
                    And the teacher can
                    quickly rate all
                    students in the
                    class.




    ●           3                ●       4

            ●   5                    ●   5

●               2                    ●   5

●               2

        ●       4
                    And the teacher can
                    quickly rate all
                    students in the
                    class.




    ●           3                  ●       4

            ●   5                      ●   5

●               2                      ●   5

●               2              ●           3

        ●       4
                    And the teacher can
                    quickly rate all
                    students in the
                    class.




    ●           3                  ●       4

            ●   5                      ●   5

●               2                      ●   5

●               2              ●           3

        ●       4         ●                1
Once saved, the scores appear on
the summary screen, with the
administration date, and
recommended action.
Students with
scores that are at
the red or yellow
level will be
automatically
checked as Add to
Action Plan.
Teachers can
deselect students, or
select other students
for an Action Plan—
even if they have not
been screened.
Clicking on Save &
Next will bring the
teacher to the Action
Plan tab. You can
also click directly on
the Action Plan tab.
This is the Action Plan
homepage. From here
teachers can set-up
progress monitoring       Only the students
and/or select             selected for Action Plans
interventions.            will appear on this page.
AIMSweb Behavior – Action Plans

      The Action Plan Tab is a central point from which teachers
       can set up individualized behavior intervention and/or
       progress monitoring plans for selected students
      The tools for setting up progress monitoring are very
       flexible:
       – For programs concerned with identification and
         remediation of problem behaviors, use AIMSWeb Behavior
         to easily develop customized behavior action and
         monitoring plans that are tailored to the needs of each
         student
       – For programs concerned with evaluating a group-wide
         behavior program, use AIMSweb Behavior to create
         customized rating forms to track a student’s performance
         over time on school-wide expectations
AIMSweb Behavior – Progress Monitor
Progress monitoring options
   –   What to monitor? You choose:
       •   Maladaptive behavior               AIMSweb Behavior can create
       •   Prosocial behavior                 variations of daily behavior monitoring
       •   School-wide expectations
       •   Custom behavior                    forms consistent with common Tier 2
   –   How to monitor? You choose:            interventions, such as Check In Check
       •   Intervals                          Out (CICO) and Check and Connect.
       •   Frequencies
       •   Rating scales
   –   Which rating form response options? You choose:
       •   Never, Sometimes, Often, Almost always (0, 1, 2, 3)
       •   Rarely, Sometimes, Often, Most of the time (0, 1, 2, 3)
       •   Strongly Disagree, Disagree, Agree, Strongly agree (0, 1, 2, 3)
       •   Below average, Average, Above average (0, 1, 2)
       •   Rarely, Often, Most of the time (0, 1, 2)
       •   Yes, No (1, 0)
   –   Who does the rating? You choose:
       •   Teachers
       •   Interventionists
       •   Student
AIMSweb Behavior – Progress Monitor


Here’s an
example of a
frequency
progress
monitoring
form, which
would track
the total
number of
occurrences
of a behavior.
AIMSweb Behavior – Progress Monitor




   Here’s an
   example of a
   rating scale
   progress
   monitoring form.
AIMSweb Behavior – Progress Monitor




                                 Here’s an example of
                                 an interval progress
                                 monitoring form,
                                 which would track
                                 the percent of time
                                 engaged in a task.
To set up progress
monitoring, the system
will guide you through
these steps.
Start here.
Choose whether to monitor
behavior or School-wide
expectations.
If the student has benchmark results,
you’ll see a list of screening items that
resulted in elevated risk, and its
associated behavior category. You can
select from these items to help
determine which behavior(s) to monitor.
Next,
select the
type of
progress
monitoring
form.
Then, identify the
                      You can choose
target behaviors
                      additional items to
associated with the
                      consider, as well.
screener items.
For every item you          Then select the response
selected, a list of         type for the form, and
observable behaviors        whether the behavior is
associated with that item   positive or maladaptive.
is presented. Select the
behaviors to monitor, or
enter custom behaviors.
       Finally, set up the
       rating form.


Describe the
goal and
replacement
behavior
Identify the
rater and the
target goal.
And set the time
period and
frequency.
Frequency and
interval forms can
have multiple
ratings per day.
Students who do not have
screening results can’t be
                                So to create a monitoring
flagged with areas of concern
                                form for these students,
or automatically added to
                                the teacher would have to
Action Plan caseload.
                                select them to add to the
                                Action Plan caseload.
Because the
student has no            To create a behavior rating
screening results,        form for this student, select
no items appear in        one or more categories to see
the behavior table.       a list of related behaviors.




                                         In either case, you
                      Or check here
                                         will also have the
                      to see a list of
                                         option to create
                      School-wide
                                         custom behaviors or
                      Expectations.
                                         expectations.
AIMSweb Behavior
also lets you select
interventions.
Similar to the process for selecting
behaviors to monitor, the system will
either help you select interventions
based on the screener results, or
based on your selection of behavior
categories.
AIMSweb Behavior – Interventions

    AIMSweb Behavior includes two comprehensive
    sources of interventions
    – BASC-2 Classroom Intervention Guides
        • Evidence-based
        • Provides strategies, steps and tools
    – Social Skills Intervention System (SSIS) Intervention
      Guide
        • Prescriptive in nature
        • Provides Support Resources (e.g. Social Skill Cue
          Cards, Charts)
        • Video clips that model positive and negative behaviors
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AIMSweb Behavior – Documentation

   AIMSweb Behavior includes features for documenting the
   behavior action plans
    – The system allows teachers to add comments at every step
       • Reasons for overriding screening recommendations
       • Notes, observations on every rating form
       • Notes to document interventions
    – Student Action Plan summary
       •   All benchmark results
       •   Summary of Action Plan
       •   Summary of progress monitoring
       •   Documentation of interventions
       •   All notes associated with the student
AIMSweb Behavior - Reports

     AIMSweb Behavior includes extensive
     reporting and data management features
      – Benchmark reports
         • Individual
         • Class roster or group
         • Aggregate
      – Behavior only
      – Behavior and academics
AIMSweb Behavior - Reports




Individual
BESS Report
AIMSweb Behavior – Reports




 Individual
 SSIS
 Prosocial
 Behavior
 Report
AIMSweb Behavior – Reports




 Group Level
 SSIS
 Prosocial
 Behavior
 Report
AIMSweb Behavior – Reports




Group
Benchmark
Behavior
Score
Distribution
by
Service
Code
Why AIMSweb Behavior?



    AIMSweb for Behavior is the most
    comprehensive system available that
    includes universal screening, progress
    monitoring and research-based interventions
    for a best practice, multi-level early
    identification and intervention program.
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