Family Guide to Pbis - Wi Facets

Family Guide to Pbis - Wi Facets

Family Guide to PBIS Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Developed by: In Cooperation With:

2 POLL QUESTION: How much do you know about PBIS already? 1. I know a lot about PBIS and could explain it to someone else. 2. I know what PBIS stands for and some of the basic parts of it.

3. I know what PBIS stands for but thats about it. 4. I have no idea what youre talking about. 3 Problem Behavior What do we do? 4

MOST OFTEN WE: Get Angry Punish Does That Work? 5 What is Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports?

(PBIS) 6 PBIS IS RTI FOR BEHAVIOR 7 PBIS is: A SchoolWide System Teaches

Positive Behavior Helps Keep Kids and Schools Safe 8 PBIS does: Recognize Students Who Show Good Behavior

Provide Support and Re-Teaching for Students Who Dont Show Good Behavior Provide Fair Consequences for Students Who Dont Show Good Behavior 9 How Do We Teach Good Behavior?

Demonstrate the behavior that is expected Have students practice the behavior Watch them do it Give positive feedback Recognize good behavior 10 BEHAVIOR IS LIKE READING AND MATH IT HAS TO BE

TAUGHT 11 WHY? Prevention Works Better Than Punishment Teachers Spend More Time Teaching and Less Time Dealing with Behavior Students Learn More 12

The School Creates a PBIS Team Teachers Administrators Support Staff Family Members 13 A

School Using PBIS: What Does it Look Like? 14 3 to 5 Expectations Posted Taught Demonstrate d

Practiced 15 Changing Behavior You need a plan for: Recognizing Good Behavior Consequences for negative behavior Teaching a replacement behavior

16 Teaching Behaviors Using PBIS Talk About the Good Behavior that You Want to See Recognize and Give Attention to Good Behavior When You See It 17

Examples of Planned Positive Recognition and Incentives Tickets to spend at a school store Lunch with the principal Picking two friends and eating lunch in a special place Getting picture on a

positive poster in the hallway 18 Examples of Planned Negative Consequences Rule reminders Changing seats Timeout in class Timeout-out of class

Phone call home Lunch detention Office referral 19 PBIS at HOME Set ROUTINES and EXPECTATIONS Regularly TALK about them with your child, DEMONSTRATE and PRACTICE Be

firm with the routines that youve set Recognize good behavior with verbal praise 20 PBIS at HOME Plan

positive incentives for showing good behavior Have a PLAN for fair consequences Be a good role model 21 Home Expectations Expectations Be Safe

Be Respectful Be Responsibl e Morning After School Supper

Time Evening Bedtime You can use a chart to tell your children what you

expect of them. Three Important Parts of PBIS Teach the Good Behavior you Expect to See Provide Recognition and Incentives for Good Behavior

Provide Planned Consequences for Negative Behavior and Re-Teach Good Behavior 23 Tier 1 Universal Level What the school is doing for ALL students

What about the students that still dont get it? 24 Tier 2 Targeted Level Some kids need more Interventions the more, the extra

Extra supports for kids who are still struggling to show the good behavior we expect 25 Targeted Level Interventions Check in/Check out

(CICO) Daily Home/School Communication Extra Support in the Classroom Social/Academic Intervention Group (SAIG) Who Needs It? Use Data

(Information) Office referrals Minor incidents Attendance Being late 27 Check In/Check Out (CICO) Most used Tier 2 intervention Student checks in with a trusted adult each

morning Trusted adult works to build a strong relationship with the student Adult makes sure the student is physically and mentally ready for class Student may also check in during the day Student checks out with at the end of the day 28 What Happens Next? Review

Data Regularly Slowly Take Away Support if Student is Responding to Intervention Recommend Student for Next Tier 29 Tier 3 - Intensive Level

Few students Students who are still struggling even with extra support Tier 3 can include students receiving Special Education 30 Who Needs It? When?

Students who are not Changing Their Negative Behavior, even with Extra Support When the Data Shows that More Intensive Interventions are Needed 31

Intensive Level Even More Support Functional Behavioral Assessment Behavior Intervention Plan Behavior Assessment/ Intervention Plan or BAIP 32

Steps to Functional Behavioral Assessment Put Together a Team (Include Parent) Define the Problem Behavior (Stick to One or Two) Observe and Record Data Meet Together to Discuss Observations and Data Make Your Best Guess as to Why the Behavior is Happening Come up With a Plan to Reduce the Negative

Behavior and Teach Replacement Behaviors Review the Plan 33 Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) State the Problem Behavior in a Way Everyone Can Understand Change

the Environment and Put Supports in Place to Keep the Behavior From Happening 34 Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) Teach Positive Replacement Behaviors Give Student Opportunities to Practice

the Replacement Behaviors Review the Plan 35 PBIS and Special Education Parents can Request a Special Education Evaluation at any Time

PBIS is for ALL Students, with and without IEPs Family Involvement is a MUST 36 Ask Questions What are the school-wide and classroom behavioral expectations in my childs school?

How will I be notified and involved if my child needs a behavioral intervention? What can I do to help my child who is showing at-risk behavior? Get Involved Learn About PBIS Offer to Help Use PBIS at Home Ask Questions if Your Child

has been Recommended for an Intervention Insist on Being Involved with any Meeting Regarding Your Child 38 NEED MORE IDEAS? Contact your childs teacher Contact someone

from your schools PBIS Team Learn more on the web at: http:// ources/parents 39 PBIS is Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

Questions??? 40 NEED MORE IDEAS? Contact your childs teacher Contact someone from your schools PBIS Team Learn more on the web at:

http:// 41

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