Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

PBIS is a wonderful program that proactively addresses behavioral and cultural needs of students in order to achieve social and emotional wellness and academic success. We work with students to set clear and easily followed and well-understood guidelines intended for leading students down the path of advancement.


PBIS TIER I:


1. Clear Expectations:


Matrix for Schools - Blank Form


2. Explicit Teaching:


Lesson Plan Master (Revised 5-1-2012)

Queen Anne Rule Song


3.  Acknowledgment System:


Incentives - Elementary

Incentives - Middle School

Self Manager Evaluation


4. Correction System:


Responding to Behavior Flowchart

Problem Solving Worksheet

Behavior Contract

Buddy Classroom Protocol, Lafayette

Behavior Scenarios for Calibration

Rules School Protocol

 

5. Data System


Data - Questions & Information

Team Implementation Checklist v. 3.1

Using Discipline Referral Data for Decision Making


Fort Bragg Middle School Tracking Form

Completing the Behavior Tracking Form - Scenarios


CICO-SWIS Readiness Checklist

Working Smarter Matrix


6.  Classroom System


Setting Up Classroom Expectations - 2015

PBIS TIER II:




 


Other PBIS Forms:


PBIS Pre-Implementation Task Checklist


End-of-Year Checklist, PBIS Tier 1


PBIS Hand Out for Staff

Assessment Intervention Pyramid Worksheet

Relationship-Building Strategies


Team Notebook Contents 2013


Team Action Planning Form example


PBIS Team Annual Calendar w/examples


PBIS Staff Kick-Off Agenda


Generic PBIS Team Meeting Agenda


Sample PBIS Staff Handbook


Interview Questions - Hiring New Employees


PBIS Handout for Families Sample from Truman School


PBIS Handout for Families Sample from Curtis Strange



 


Other Resources:


Dr. Dale's website


Technical Assistance Center on PBIS


PBISapps & SWIS



Research Articles


Pediatrics - Out-of-School Suspension and Expulsion


Zero Tolerance: The School Woodshed from Education Weekly Commentary - June 11, 2008


Zero Tolerance Task Force Report - Are Zero Tolerance Policies Effective in the Schools?


Personal Best - The New Yorker


Rewarded by Punishment: Reflections on the Disuse of Positive Reinforcement in Schools


Translating Research into Effective Practice: The Effects of a Universal Staff and Student Intervention on Indicators of Discipline and School Safety


The Dark Side of Zero Tolerance: Can Punishment Lead to Safe Schools?


Zero Tolerance and Alternative Strategies: A Fact Sheet for Educators and Policymakers


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