Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS AND SUPPORTS [your (PBIS) campus name here] Arlington Independent School District Office of Student Behavioral Supports Systems August 2017 LEARNING TARGETS Describe AISDs Achieve Today Excel Tomorrow strategy and required action to implement a plan that ensures positive student character and behavior Have working knowledge of our schools discipline data and how it

impacts our culture and climate Explain the framework of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Describe PBIS in the Classroom professional learning and the development of a staff expectations matrix. (optional) ARLINGTON ISD 2016-2021 STRATEGIC PLAN Goal: 100% of AISD students will graduate exceptionally prepared for college, career and citizenship. Four Performance Objectives: Academic Achievement College Readiness Workforce Readiness

ARLINGTON ISD 2016-2021 STRATEGIC PLAN Strategy 4.3: Enhance an emotionally and physically safe learning environment that fosters cultural awareness, wellness, and a culture of respect, integrity and responsibility among students. WHAT IS PBIS? Acronym stands for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Decision making framework that guides selection, integration, and implementation of the best evidence-based academic and behavioral practices for improving important academic and behavior outcomes for all students.

NOT a curriculum, intervention, or practice Outcomes based http://www.pbis.org/school/what_is_swpbs.aspx CHARACTERISTICS OF PBIS Continuum of evidence-based behavioral interventions and supports (school-wide, non-classroom, classroom, individual student) Data used in decision-making Environment arranged to prevent problem behavior Pro-social skills and behaviors are taught and encouraged Behavioral practices are implemented with fidelity and accountability Screening and monitoring occurs continuously OUR APPROACH MUST Fulfill the expectations of the Strategic Plan

Be student-centered Embrace collective responsibility for all students progress Create a sustainable, positive school culture and climate OUR APPROACH MUST Be supported by professional learning Be applicable to all classrooms Promote engagement and student ownership Teach replacement behaviors PBIS IMPLEMENTATION IN AISD 2015-2016 Campus Discipline System

Internal and External Fidelity Measures PBIS and Popcorn PBIS in the Classroom Big 6 Coaching PBIS in the Classroom ysl exi a 50 4, D Sec tio n uca

tio n, Adoption of Tier 2 System l Ed ts en tud fS Reinforcement PBIS in the System Classroom Booster Sessions PBIS Playbook

cia Behavior Expectations Matrix 2016-2017 Sp e o 80% 2014-2015 OUR CAMPUS BEHAVIOR Insert a copy of your campus behavior EXPECTATIONS

MATRIX expectations matrix. Review expectations Review settings Post portions of matrix in specific areas TEACHING OUR BEHAVIOR Insert details of how teachers willMATRIX teach the EXPECTATIONS matrix to all students. Review lesson plans including method of instruction Review timeline REINFORCING OUR STUDENTS Insert details of how teachers will reinforce

expected behaviors of students. Describe the system your campus will use. What materials/supplies are needed? How are they delivered? What reinforcers will be delivered? How often will recognition/exchanges/celebrations be provided? Time Cost of a Discipline Referral at [add campus name here] (based on 30 minutes per referral) [add # of 2016-2017 referrals] Referrals/yr Administrator Time (20 minutes) Teacher Time

(10 minutes) Student Time (30 minutes) Totals [# of referrals x 20/420 minutes] xxx Days [# of referrals x 10/420 minutes] xxx Days [Admin Days + Teacher Days] xxx Days [Admin Days + Teacher Days + Students Days] xxx Days PBIS CAN IMPACT Culture

CAMPUS CULTURE Climate Campus and Classroom Discipline Systems Tier 1 Expectations and Lesson Plans Behavior Reinforcement Systems Curriculum Evaluation Systems PBIS IMPLEMENTATION IN AISD 2015-2016 Campus Discipline System

Internal and External Fidelity Measures PBIS and Popcorn PBIS in the Classroom Big 6 Coaching PBIS in the Classroom ysl exi a 50 4, D Sec tio n

uca tio n, Adoption of Tier 2 System l Ed ts en tud fS Reinforcement PBIS in the System Classroom Booster Sessions PBIS Playbook

cia Behavior Expectations Matrix 2016-2017 Sp e o 80% 2014-2015 WHAT DO THE STUDENTS SAY? STAFF RESPECT Overall percent of students who agree that each item is mostly or always true.

Grade 6 Grade 8 Grade 10 Grade 12 The teachers here respect me. 86% 80% 85% 80%

School staff listen to what the students have to say. 72% 59% 62% 61% School staff believe that every student can be a success. 91% 81% 74% 67%

Teachers treat all students fairly in the classroom. 66% 54% 57% 55% 2015-2016 School Year WHAT DO THE STUDENTS SAY? STAFF RESPECT Insert your campus most recent Gibson results Overall percent of students who agree that each item is mostly or always true. Grade 6 Grade

8 Grade 10 Grade 12 The teachers here respect me. X X X X School staff listen to what the students have to say. X

X X X School staff believe that every student can be a success. X X X X Teachers treat all students fairly in the classroom. X

X X X 2015-2016 School Year THINK - PAIR - SHARE At (insert campus name) Do students consider school a good place to be? Do they feel at least a few adults are interested in their success and well-being? Do they feel recognized as individuals? -Raymond McNulty and Russell Quaglia (International Center for Leadership in Education, Inc.) DOES THIS STUDENT EXPERIENCE ALIGN WITH YOUR VISION OF POSITIVE

COMMUNITY THE RESPECT AGREEMENT Mutually agreed upon respect commitment created by stakeholders in the classroom community (students, teacher, paras) Includes four areas: Student Respecting Student Student Respecting Teacher Teacher Respecting Student Students Respecting Classroom or Facilities Courtesy of Kevin Curtis and RD360 Consultants HOW TO ACCESS PBIS SUPPORT Campus PBIS Team Internal support

Function is to develop PBIS framework on campus Office of Student Behavioral Support Systems External support For additional information for PBIS, please visit: Click Here QUESTIONS? SUMMER TECHNICAL SUPPORT BEGINNING OF YEAR START-UP SUPPORT

New PBIS Campus Contact Training (new to their role) August 8th at Adams ES 8:30 12:30 am New team training or teams with 50+% turnover August 9th at Adams ES 8:30 11:30 am Tier 1 PBIS Teams action plan support for 2017-2018 August 9th at Adams ES 1:00 4:00 pm NEW TEACHER & LATE HIRE PROFESSIONAL PBIS in the Classroom Modules

LEARNING Classroom Management Training Module is a Canvas Course provided by the Human Resources Department Ongoing PBIS in the Classroom Big 6 practices now integrated into

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