Behavior Matrices June 24, 2009 Beth Woody Expectations Defined Once policies are developed, can use a format called Student and Staff Matrices to assist with teaching, implementing and reinforcing policies. Matrices allow you to highlight Parts 2&3 of your Common Area Policies and your SW Expectations–aids in teaching and implementing. All other parts of the policy are still in place and still need to be implemented. Matrices are Universal level practices for teaching behavioral expectations in non-classroom settings. Supporting Social Competence & Academic Achievement OUTCOMES Supporting Supporting Decision Staff Behavior Making PRACTICES Supporting Student Behavior Big Idea #1 INTENSIVE ~1-3% of students TARGETED Tertiary Prevention: ~3 - 7% of students Specialized Individual Secondary Prev.: Systems for Students Specialized Group with High-Risk Behavior Systems for Students Behaviors with At-Risk Behavior Matrices UNIVERSAL ~80 – 95% of students Primary Prevention: School – wide systems for all students, staff and settings. Classroom system designed by the individual teacher (classroom management plan). 4 Adapted from www.pbis.org Student Behavior Matrix SW Expectations SETTING Library/ All Settings Hallways Playgrounds Cafeteria Computer Assembly Bus Lab Be on task. Eat all your Respect Give your food. Study, read, Watch for best Walk. Have a plan. Select healthy compute. Sit in one spot. your stop. Ourselves effort. foods. Be prepared. Be kind. Use normal Hands/fee voice Use a quiet Respect t to self. volume. Play safe. Include others. Practice good Whisper. Listen/watch. Use appropriate voice. Help/shar Walk to table manners Return books. Stay in Others e with right. Share equipment. applause. your seat. others. Pick up Wipe your litter. Use equipment Replace trays Respect Recycle. Clean up Maintain properly. & utensils. Push in chairs. Treat books Pick up. Treat chairs feet. Sit Put litter in Clean up eating Property after self. physical garbage can. area. carefully. appropriately. appropriate ly. space. flashdrive Student Behavior Matrix-rubrics/examples Elementary-blue; Secondary-yellow SW Hallway Cafeteria Arrival & Bathrooms Expectations Dismissal Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxx xxxxx SW Expectations are left hand column. Common Areas across top. Specific rules for each common area are listed based on the written policy for that area. Suggestion: If possible, separate rules from procedural requirements and only put rules on the matrix. Ex: Use X door to enter the cafeteria is a procedural item. Ex: Clean up after yourself is a rule. Should include both procedural items and rules when teaching policies and matrices even if both are not on the matrix. May have to shorten statements on matrix— address with students when teaching. Can add a Classroom column and teachers can insert their own class rules, but they must be specific and observable, not character traits.. Once student matrix is completed, must do single area matrices to put in that common area (Hallway example on white). Take a minute to look at these. flashdrive Rubrics/examples for Staff Expectations Matrices for Elementary (lilac) and Secondary (gray). SW Expectations not listed. Common Areas listed across top. Specific staff expectations as delineated in policies are listed for each area. Note: Some staff expectations may not necessarily be specific to a common area policy but may be a part of the general expectations or procedures for staff at that school; ok to include those or refer to them on your matrix. Should refer staff to attached duty rosters or any other appropriate documents that specify staff supervision expectations. Ideas for Use Student Matrices are used for teaching, monitoring, and reinforcing student behavior. Tip: Do not laminate these! Single Area Student Matrices should be developed for each common area, laminated, and placed in that common area. Useful as a quick reminder for staff and students. Student Matrix can be given to parents as part of your PBS blitz. Staff Matrix should be taught to and given to staff as part of their PBS Orientation. Useful as a quick reminder of procedures and expectations for staff throughout the school. Staff and Student Matrices Cafeteria Hallways Bathrooms Commons Effective Leadership flashdrive Have blank rubrics and our examples in folder called Matrices; single area example is noted as Hallway. Have examples developed by GCS schools on goldenrod in this section. Can add additional columns and rows if needed. On Student Behavior Matrix, can add Classroom as a column and let teachers insert their classroom rules. Goal: Complete your own behavior matrices for both staff and student expectations for written and completed policies after you have completed SWExp and Parts 1-3 of Policies. Order of completion: 1. One complete Common Area Policy (Parts 1-5) 2. Parts 1, 2 & 3 for at least 3 more common areas 3. Student Behavior Matrix 4. Staff Expectations Matrix 5. Single area Matrices, such as Hallway, Cafeteria, Bathroom for each common area policy you’ve developed. 6. Sections 4 & 5 of polices if not already completed. Tip: Must complete #1 & 2 above before dividing into smaller groups to complete 3-6 simultaneously; if you do so, you must share and agree as a group on final wording!! Remember: You will have to complete all sections (Parts 1-5) for each Common Area Policy you partially develop now before you begin implementing.
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