School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Integrated Systems for All Students

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2008 National Forum for Implementers of School-wide PBS. School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Integrated Systems for All Students. October 30-31, 2008 Hyatt Regency OHare Rosemont, Illinois. sponsored by the OSEP Center on PBIS with support from the Illinois PBIS Network. Welcome. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


<ul><li><p>School-wide Positive Behavior Support: </p><p>Integrated Systems for All StudentsOctober 30-31, 2008</p><p>Hyatt Regency OHareRosemont, Illinoissponsored by the OSEP Center on PBIS with support from the Illinois PBIS Network</p></li><li><p>WelcomeSchool-wide PBS Implementers!</p></li><li><p>This Years Forum930 Participants coming from:43 States4 Countries (Australia, Canada, Norway, United States)</p></li><li><p>SWPBS Implementers Forum History</p><p>Chart1</p><p>397</p><p>321</p><p>520</p><p>724</p><p>865</p><p>930</p><p>Forum History</p><p>ForumDatesParticipants% IncreaseState ParticipationUS Territory ParticipationCountry Participation</p><p>October 200210/3-4397-43Virgin IslandsUS, Canada,</p><p>October 200410/7-8321-19.14%39US</p><p>October 200510/20-2152061.99%40US, Australia, Canada</p><p>October 200610/12-1372439.23%42US, Bermuda, Canada</p><p>October 200710/11-1286519.48%42GuamUS, Australia, Canada, UK</p><p>October 200810/30-319307.51%43US, Australia, Canada, Norway</p><p>Note: No forum was held in 2003</p><p>Forum History</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>0</p><p>SWPBS Implementers Forum Participation History</p><p>Sheet2</p><p>Naperville</p><p>Naperville</p><p>Rosemont</p><p>Rosemont</p><p>Rosemont</p><p> 19%</p><p> 62%</p><p> 39%</p><p> 19%</p><p>Rosemont: Projected</p><p>Sheet3</p></li><li><p>Overview 3 Different StrandsSchool-wide PBS BasicSpecific Skill FluencySystems Implementation</p></li><li><p>Dont ForgetHandouts from our presentations are on the web at</p><p>On the left side of the home page, look for the link just under this graphic:</p></li><li><p>Dont ForgetQ&amp;A Session with Presenters 3:45 4:30 pm, Grand Ballroom Breakouts</p><p>Presenters grouped in rooms by topicGreat opportunity to ask questions &amp; engage in situation-specific discussionsFeel free to move about the rooms and talk to all of our presenters</p></li><li><p>Dont ForgetNetworking Reception with Poster Presentations</p><p> 3:45 4:30 pm, Grand Ballroom Foyer</p><p>Mingle/Network with colleagues from the forum and the RtI Summit across the streetLearn about/discuss detailed examples of success!Posters from 10 states highlighting what they have done and learned!</p></li><li><p>Dont Forget Food ProvidedBox lunches will only be outside of Grand Ballroom PM cookie break today on both levelsAM healthy break tomorrow on both levels</p><p> Early Start Tomorrow7:30 am Continental Breakfast8 am Plenary</p></li><li><p>IntroducingPlease give a warm welcome to Scott Alfes!</p></li><li><p> By Scott Alfes October 2008</p></li><li><p>I am Scott, an 8th graderIve been to schools that use PBS and schools that dontI have Bipolar Disorder and Tourettes syndromeI am 13 years oldI love to cook, and I love animals</p></li><li><p>To inspire you to use PBSTo tell you how great it was for meSo other kids dont have to suffer So I can be famous</p></li><li><p>Up to 5th grade, I went to schools that didnt use PBSFor 6th grade, I went to a great PBS school</p></li><li><p>Easily depressedEasily frustrated by schoolworkNeeded extra affectionEasily annoyed by other kidsEasily upset during games and competitive activitiesFunny (not always in a good way)</p></li><li><p>Teachers thought I was a bratPeople thought I was doing it on purposeI didnt deserve to be in the schoolI got kicked out of class for things I didnt mean to doI was a nincompoop</p></li><li><p>A new meTeachers understood me betterI was happier [I was never blue when I was with Mr. Green]I was learning I made friendsI bonded with the teachersI wanted to try harder</p></li><li><p>BeforeGrades: Cs, Ds, &amp; Fs (Zs if they had themI felt AfterGrades: A Honor RollI felt </p></li><li><p>BeforeReading: 4th grade level in 5th grade I felt AfterReading: almost 8th grade level in 6th grade (3 grade levels!)I felt </p></li><li><p>BeforeTrouble communicating with teachersI felt AfterVery easy communicating with teachers (Dodgeball story)I felt </p></li><li><p>BeforeBehaviors: 2 suspensions &amp; sent to the office 5 times/weekI felt AfterPhone calls home (Dodgeball Story Part 2)I felt </p></li><li><p>Before I started at my new school, we had a meeting.At the meetingI did the talkingI made a plan with the teamI met other kidsI agreed to go to school the next day</p></li><li><p>Mr. Green and his Red Hand (Being blue never happened)Even if I did something wrong, I felt the adults were trying to help, not get me into troubleI felt supported everywhere so I had a better moodA better mood meant </p></li><li><p>Group Fall ActivityWithout PBS I felt like I would just fall with nobody standing there or maybe just 1 person to catch meWith PBS it feels like there are 5 or 6 people there to catch you</p></li><li><p>FORUM PURPOSEOpportunity for implementers of SWPBS to exchange data, practices, &amp; systems that can increase academic &amp; social behavior outcomes for ALL students.My job to give an organizer to maximize your experience.</p></li><li><p>Forum Capacity BuildingStudent</p><p>Classroom</p><p>School</p><p>State</p><p>District</p></li><li><p>Forum Phases o LearningAcquisition New skill w/ accuracyFluency Accuracy w/ consistencyMaintenance Sustained accurate useGeneralization Accurate use in new situationsAdaptation Modified accurate use in changed situations</p></li><li><p></p></li><li><p>Status ReportDoingPBIS I &amp; II (1998-2008)Center &gt;7500 schools40 StatesDemonstration &amp; SustainabilityThree-tiered Prevention LogicTechnical AssistancePositive Host Environments for AllEvaluation &amp; TrainingContinuingPBIS III (2008-2013)100,000 public schoolsRegional CoordinationContinuous Regeneration &amp; ScalingResponsiveness to InterventionCapacity BuildingEnhanced Outcomes for IndividualsUpgrades &amp; Refinements</p></li><li><p>REVIEW OFBIG IDEAS</p></li><li><p>SYSTEMSPRACTICESDATASupportingStaff BehaviorSupportingStudent BehaviorOUTCOMESSupporting Social Competence &amp;Academic AchievementSupportingDecisionMakingIntegratedElements</p></li><li><p>Primary Prevention:School-/Classroom-Wide Systems forAll Students,Staff, &amp; SettingsSecondary Prevention:Specialized GroupSystems for Students with At-Risk BehaviorTertiary Prevention:Specialized IndividualizedSystems for Students with High-Risk Behavior~80% of Students~15% ~5% CONTINUUM OFSCHOOL-WIDE INSTRUCTIONAL &amp; POSITIVE BEHAVIORSUPPORTALLSOMEFEW</p></li><li><p>1-5%1-5%5-10%5-10%80-90%80-90%Designing School-Wide Systems for Student Success</p></li><li><p>Responsiveness to Intervention</p><p>Academic+ Social Behavior</p></li><li><p>RtIResponse to Intervention</p></li><li><p>AllSomeFewRTIContinuum of Support for ALLDec 7, 2007</p></li><li><p>~80% of Students~15% ~5% ESTABLISHING A CONTINUUM of SWPBSSECONDARY PREVENTION Check in/out Targeted social skills instruction Peer-based supports Social skills club TERTIARY PREVENTION Function-based support Wraparound/PCP Specialized, individualized intervention Cognitive-behavioral supports PRIMARY PREVENTION Teach &amp; encourage positive SW expectations Proactive SW discipline Effective instruction Parent engagement AuditIdentify existing practices by tierSpecify outcome for each effortEvaluate implementation accuracy &amp; outcome effectivenessEliminate/integrate based on outcomesEstablish decision rules (RtI)Practice SelectionEvidence-basedMeasurable outcome aligned with need &amp; studentRules for data-based decisionsIntegrated with related practices based on outcomes, need, studentImplementation fidelityContinuous monitoring</p></li><li><p>IMPLEMENTATIONPHASESNeed,Agreements, Adoption, &amp;OutcomesLocalDemonstration w/ FidelitySustained Capacity,Elaboration, &amp;Replication4. SystemsAdoption, Scaling,&amp; ContinuousRegeneration2. 3. 1. </p></li><li><p>Leadership Team</p><p>Active CoordinationFundingVisibilityPoliticalSupportTrainingCoachingEvaluationLocal School Teams/DemonstrationsPBS Systems Implementation Logic</p></li><li><p>ValuedOutcomesContinuousSelf-AssessmentPractice ImplementationEffectivePracticesRelevancePriority EfficacyFidelityCONTINUOUS REGNERATION FOR SUSTAINABLE IMPLEMENTATION &amp; DURABLE RESULTS</p></li><li><p>Leadership Team Action Planning Worksheets: StepsSelf-Assessment: Accomplishments &amp; PrioritiesSession Assignments &amp; Notes: High PrioritiesAction Planning: Enhancements &amp; Improvements Leadership Team Action Planning WorksheetTeam Member Note-Taking WorksheetLeadership Team Action Planning WorksheetTEAM PLANNING TIME</p><p>Thursday: 9:40-9:55 &amp; 1:30-2:00</p><p>Friday: 10:30-10:55</p></li><li><p>Action Planning: SuggestionsWork as teamInvest in self-assessmentUse data continuously for decision makingBe outcome orientedContextualize for your community/cultureSustain w/ efficiencymake it easyGive priority to doableEstablish local capacities.own it</p><p>*************************************NOTICE GREEN GOES IS FOR ALL**Aurora, CO, EBD, all schoolsTwo messages:1. high rates of problem behaviors &amp; reactive get tough management2. teaching to the corner******</p></li></ul>