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					What is “PBIS?”
           PBIS Goals
•   Increase systems (schools, districts,
    states, regions) capacity to organize
    school environments that maximize
    academic & social behavior outcomes
    for all students
•   Enhance individualized student
    behavior support by establishing host
    environments or school climates that
    are effective, efficient, relevant, &
    durable
                  Supporting Social Competence &
                      Academic Achievement
4 Defining
   PBS
                          OUTCOMES
Elements

                                               Supporting
  Supporting                                    Decision
 Staff Behavior                                 Making



                          PRACTICES



                           Supporting
                        Student Behavior
 Defining PBIS Features

1. Leadership teaming
2. Administrator participation
3. Data-based decision making
4. Continuum of support for all
   students, staff, family members,
   community members
5. Collection of evidenced based
   practices along continuum
6. 3-tiered approach to prevention
                                            Tertiary Prevention:
  CONTINUUM OF                                  Specialized
   SCHOOL-WIDE                                 Individualized
 INSTRUCTIONAL &                           Systems for Students
POSITIVE BEHAVIOR           ~5%           with High-Risk Behavior
     SUPPORT
                                          Secondary Prevention:
                            ~15%
                                            Specialized Group
                                          Systems for Students
                                          with At-Risk Behavior
 Primary Prevention:
 School-/Classroom-
  Wide Systems for
    All Students,
  Staff, & Settings




                       ~80% of Students
                  School-wide Positive
                   Behavior Support
                       Systems
  Classroom
Setting Systems




 School-wide
  Systems
                              SW PBS Practices
                   SCHOOLWIDE                                             CLASSROOM-WIDE
1    Common purpose & approach to discipline           •   Classroom-wide positive expectations taught &
                                                           encouraged
2.   Clear set of positive expectations & behaviors
                                                       •   Teaching classroom routines & cues taught &
3.   Procedures for teaching expected behavior             encouraged
4.   Continuum of procedures for encouraging           •   Ratio of 6-8 positive to 1 negative adult-student
     expected behavior                                     interaction
5.   Continuum of procedures for discouraging          •   Active supervision
     inappropriate behavior                            •   Redirections for minor, infrequent behavior errors
6.   Procedures for on-going monitoring & evaluation   •   Frequent precorrections for chronic errors
                                                       •   Effective academic instruction & curriculum




           NONCLASSROOM SETTINGS                               SECONDARY/TERTIARY INDIVIDUAL
•    Positive expectations & routines taught &         •   Behavioral competence at school & district levels
     encouraged                                        •   Function-based behavior support planning
•    Active supervision by all staff                   •   Team- & data-based decision making
      –    Scan, move, interact                        •   Comprehensive person-centered planning &
•    Precorrections & reminders                            wraparound processes
•    Positive reinforcement                            •   Targeted social skills & self-management instruction
                                                       •   Individualized instructional & curricular
                                                           accommodations
7. Teaching prosocial skills
8. Local behavioral capacity
9. Linkage to effective academic
   programming
       Designing School-Wide Systems
            for Student Success
       Academic Systems                                                 Behavioral Systems

 Intensive, Individual Interventions                                      Intensive, Individual Interventions
 •Individual Students                               1-5%   1-5%           •Individual Students
 •Assessment-based                                                        •Assessment-based
 •High Intensity                                                          •Intense, durable procedures

 Targeted Group Interventions                   5-10%        5-10%                Targeted Group Interventions
 •Some students (at-risk)                                                         •Some students (at-risk)
 •High efficiency                                                                 •High efficiency
 •Rapid response                                                                  •Rapid response




Universal Interventions                80-90%                                              Universal Interventions
                                                                     80-90%
•All students                                                                              •All settings, all students
•Preventive, proactive                                                                     •Preventive, proactive
                             Mean ODRs per 100 students per school day
                           Illinois and Hawaii Elementary Schools 2003-04 (No Minors)
                         Schools using SW-PBS report a 25% lower rate of ODRs
                    1
Mean ODR/100/Day




                   0.8

                   0.6                                                      .85


                   0.4                 .64


                   0.2

                    0
                                       N = 87                              N = 53

                                  Met SET 80/80                     Did Not Meet SET
                                  Proportion of 3rd Graders who meet or exceed state
                                    reading standards (ISAT) in Illinois schools 02-03
                                                t = 9.20; df = 27 p < .0001
                                  1
Proportion of Students Meeting




                                 0.8
     Reading Standards




                                 0.6

                                 0.4

                                 0.2
                                                N =23                       N=8
                                                                            N=8
                                                N = 23
                                  0
                                           Not Meeting SET                Meeting SET
                           Central Illinois Elem, Middle Schools
                                Triangle Summary 03-04

                      1              05%
                                                           20%
                                     11%
Mean Proportion of




                     0.8
                                                           22%
    Students




                     0.6                                            6+ ODR
                                       84%                 58%
                                                                    2-5 ODR
                     0.4
                                                                    0-1 ODR

                     0.2

                      0
                           Met SET (N = 23)   Not Met SET (N =12)
10. Continuum of implementation
   support
  – Teaming
  – Coaching
  – Training
  – Evaluation
 New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports (NH CEBIS)

                        Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS-NH)
                     105 Participating Preschools and Schools, 2004-05 School Year
                                                                                                                   Lakes Region (15)
        North Country Region (10)                                                                                  Belmont ES (P-4) - Belmont
            Lakeway ES (K-6) — Littleton                                                                          Winnisquam MS (6-8) - Tilton
         Whitefield ES MS (1-8) — Whitefield                    Central Region (35)                                Franklin MS (5-8) - Franklin
           Linwood School (K-5) —Lincoln                    Thorntons Ferry ES (R-5) – Merrimack                  Franklin HS (9-12) - Franklin
             Profile (7-12) — Bethlehem                       Mastricola ES (R-5) — Merrimack                   Valley View ES (K-3) -Farmington
            Littleton HS (9-12) - Littleton                     Central HS (9-12) — Manchester                 Union Sanborn (P-3) - Winnisquam
          Daisy Bronson JH (7-8) - Littleton                     Underhill ES (K-2) — Hooksett                 Southwick ES (3-5) – Winnisquam
           Lisbon Regional (K-8) - Lisbon              Southern NH Svcs. Head Start –Nashua (4 sites)      Kingswood Regional HS (9-12) - Wolfeboro
          Milan Village School (K-6) - Milan                 Armand Dupont (K-4) – Allenstown                    Brett School (K-8) – Tamworth
         Pine Tree ES (K-6) - Center Conway                      Moore School (1-8) – Candia                   Spaulding Youth Ctr. (1-12) – Tilton
              Lin-Wood (6-12) - Lincoln                  Hooksett Memorial School (3-5) – Hooksett         Franklin Career Academy (7-12) – Franklin
                                                            Jolicoeur School (K-12) – Manchester            Henry Wilson School (4-6) – Farmington
                                                                Litchfield MS (5-8) – Litchfield                 Andover ES/MS (K-8) - Andover
                                                               Rivier Early Childhood – Nashua                    Pittsfield ES (K-6) - Pittsfield
                                                              RSEC Academy (6-12) – Amherst                  Sanbornton Central (K-5) - Sanbornton
        Southwest Region (19)                                  Summit School (912) -- Amhesrt
                                                          South Londonderry ES (1-5) – Londonderry
              Cutler (4-6) — Swanzey
                                                    Belknap-Merrimack Head Start – Manchester (5 sites)
    South Meadow MS (5-8) — Peterborough                                                                          Southeast Region (26)
                                                                  VNA Childcare - Manchester
       Maple Avenue ES (K-5) – Claremont
                                                                 Bartlett ES (P-4) - Goffstown                       Garrison ES (K-4) – Dover
           Disnard ES (K-5) – Claremont
                                                             Sandown North ES (1-3) - Sandown                      Horne Street ES (K-4) – Dover
             Bluff ES (P-5) — Claremont
                                                         Southside Middle School (6-8) – Manchester              Woodman Park ES (P-4) – Dover
         Claremont MS (6-8) - Claremont
                                                                 Mt. Pleasant (K-6) – Nashua                           Dover MS (5-8) – Dover
                 Unity (1-8) - Unity
                                                          Mastricola Upper Elementary – Merrimack                     Dover HS (9-12) — Dover
          Florence Rideout (K-6) - Wilton
                                                              Chester Academy (1-8) – Chester                     Hilltop ES (1-4) - Somersworth
           Newport MS (6-8) – Newport
                                                     Southern NH Svcs. Head Start – Manchester (5 sites)      Somersworth MS (5-8) — Somersworth
        Dublin Consolidated (K-5) - Dublin
                                                      Creative Years Child Dev & Learning Ctr. - Nashua       RCA Head Start - Portsmouth (9 sites)
Southwestern Comm. Svcs. Head Start – Keene (7
                        sites)                                                                                 Maplewood ES (P-4) - Somersworth
    Hillsboro-Deering ES (P-5) – Hillsborough                                                                       Ellis School (1-8) – Fremont
             Canaan ES (K-4) - Canaan                                                                        Chamberlain St. School (K-5)– Rochester
                                                                                                            Newmarket Jr/Sr High (6-12) – Newmarket
                                                                                                              Strafford County Head Start – (6 sites)




    Bold = Cohort 1 Schools                      Italics = Cohort 2 Schools                    Underline = Cohort 3 Schools                9/29/2011
Organizational Features

              Common
               Vision



         ORGANIZATION
           MEMBERS

  Common                Common
 Experience             Language
                              Team
    GENERAL
IMPLEMENTATION
    PROCESS:
  “Getting Started”        Agreements



                           Data-based
                           Action Plan



              Evaluation                 Implementation
                Behavioral
                 Capacity
 Priority &
                               Representation
  Status
                  Team
Data-based
 Decision                       Administrator
  Making
              Communications
                  3-4 Year
                Commitment
Top 3 School-                   3-Tiered
    Wide                       Prevention
  Initiatives                     Logic
                Agreements &
                  Supports
Coaching &                     Administrative
Facilitation                    Participation
                 Dedicated
                 Resources
                  & Time
                  Self-Assessment
    Efficient                        Existing
Systems of Data                     Discipline
 Management                           Data
                   Data-based
Team-based         Action Plan
                                     Multiple
  Decision
                                     Systems
  Making            Evidence-
                      Based
                    Practices
                   Team Managed

      Staff                           Effective
Acknowledgements                      Practices

                   Implementation
   Continuous                        Administrator
   Monitoring                        Participation
                    Staff Training
                     & Support
                    Relevant &
                    Measurable
                    Indicators
  Team-based                         Efficient
Decision Making &                Input, Storage, &
     Planning                        Retrieval
                    Evaluation
   Continuous                         Effective
   Monitoring                      Visual Displays
                     Regular
                     Review
 *Response class
                              Behavior Support Elements
 *Routine analysis
 *Hypothesis statement
 *Function                 *Alternative behaviors
                           *Competing behavior analysis
Problem
                           *Contextual fit
Behavior                   *Strengths, preferences, & lifestyle outcomes
                           *Evidence-based interventions
           Functional
           Assessment
                                          *Implementation support
                                          *Data plan
                         Intervention
                         & Support
                                                        *Continuous improvement
                         Plan
                                                        *Sustainability plan
                                         Fidelity of
                                         Implementation
      • Team-based
                                                              Impact on
      • Behavior competence                                   Behavior &
                                                              Lifestyle

				
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