Universal Booster Training

Report
Why acknowledge desired behavior?
Turn the behavior into a
habit!!
What are some ways we get acknowledged
or rewarded?
• Frequent buyers (and flyers )
• Bonuses/raises for productivity
• Awards/certificates
•Reinforce/encourage behavior
•Students who are showing expected behaviors
may encourage others
•Strengthen positive behaviors that compete with
problem behavior
•Prompt for adults to recognize expected
behavior
• School-wide reinforcements are for every student in
the building
• Move from
 highly frequent to less frequent
 predictable to unpredictable
 tangible to social
• Individualize for students needing greater support
systems
Step 1: Acknowledge specific behavior
Step 2: Tie back to school-wide expectations
Example: “Nice job sitting in your seat when the
bell rang! Way to be there, be ready.”
•Classroom challenges (e.g., principal can give a class a
ticket for all students being quiet in the hallway, with a
prize when the class receives 10)
•School-wide challenges for entire school (e.g., if students
have 25% less office referrals this month than last month,
teachers/staff will put on a show or a basketball game, etc.,
with popcorn and a drink)
•Look at the following examples for some low and no-cost
ideas for students
• ALL students get what the collective group earns
 Example
• If more than 80% of students have perfect attendance,
whole school gets special assembly.
• Some kids get extra for exceptional performance
 Examples:
• If Steve attends school 70% of days, he can also sit with
friends of his choice.
• Students with 100% can get some additional
acknowledgement beyond what whole group gets.
Hat Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzHMt0xa2O4
http://mrlund.edublogs.org/2010/03/12/pbis-celebration/
 Establish Expectations
 Teach Expectations
 Acknowledge Expectations
 Celebrate
What do you do when a student doesn’t behave
appropriately?
As with any curriculum, there will be a small
percentage (5 – 15%) that don’t respond well
to the Universal level of instruction.
How do you deal with problem behaviors?
Classroom Managed vs. Office Managed??
Have a plan!
Example
- Example from Maryland
There are 2 sample
templates in your
folders.
Start by asking questions:
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What problem behavior(s) do we have?
How often is it happening?
Where is it happening?
When is it happening?
Who is involved?
Why is the problem sustaining?
Example:
There are more ODRs for aggression on the
playground than last year. These are most likely to
occur during first recess, with a large number of
students, and the aggression is related to getting
access to the new playground equipment.
(Handout - example)
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Prevention
Recognition
Extinction
Consequences
Data Collection
Who is responsible for each action?
When will action be completed?
What is the (measurable) goal?
When will we review and revise?
(handout)
Example - Problem Solving Action Plan
Precise Problem
Statement
Solution Actions
Who?
When?
Goal, Timeline, Rule
& Updates
Many students from all
grade levels are engaging
in disruption,
inappropriate language
and harassment in
cafeteria and hallway
during lunch, and the
behavior is maintained by
peer attention
Prevention: Teach behavioral
expectations in cafeteria
Teachers will take class to
cafeteria; Cafeteria staff will
teach the expectations
Rotating schedule on
November 15
Goal: Reduce cafeteria ODR’s
by 50% per month (Currently
24 per month average)
A smaller number of
students engage in
skipping and
noncompliance/defiance
in classes, (mostly in
rooms 13, 14 and 18), and
these behaviors appear to
be maintained by escape.
Recognition: Establish “Friday
Five”: Extra 5 min of lunch on
Friday for five good days
Maintain current lunch schedule,
but shift classes to balance
numbers
Principal to adjust schedule and
send to staff
Changes begin on
Monday
School Counselor and Principal
will create chart & staff extra
recess
Principal to give
announcement on
intercom on Monday
Corrective ConsequenceActive supervision and continued
early consequence (minor/major
ODR’s)
Hall and Cafeteria Supervisors
Ongoing
Data Collection – Maintain ODR
record & supervisor weekly report
SWIS data entry person &
Principal shares report with
supervisors
Weekly
Extinction: Encourage all
students to work for “Friday
Five”… make reward for problem
behavior less likely
Timeline: Review Data &
Update Monthly
• Groups: Use data to create precise
problem statement – 5 minutes
• Share!
• Create Action Plan (handout) – 10
minutes
• Share!
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 Efficiency
 Fidelity
 Efficacy
Look for ways to ensure success and
improve!
• Team Implementation Checklist (TIC)
• PBIS team members - quarterly
• Self-Assessment Survey (SAS)
• All staff - yearly
• Benchmarks of Quality (BoQ)
• If score on TIC is >70%, use this
• School Safety Survey (SSS)
• Diverse sampling of school population
Let’s take a few minutes and see where you are
in the implementation process.
Go to: http://cce.astate.edu/pbis/evaluationtools/ and click on the TIC
(Handout)
For those new to PBIS, these are items
that need to be in place in preparation
for implementing PBIS.
(handout)
Checklists – 10 minutes
Action Planning – 10 minutes
• On what area do you need to focus?
• What actions will you take?
• Share ideas!
How is staff buy-in?
Do staff understand PBIS and why it is important?
What would motivate staff?
Are students responding to the practices you have in
place? Are they motivated by the acknowledgements?
How does everyone feel about the climate of the school?
Survey on our website at:
cce.astate.edu/pbis/training-materials
(under heading December 6, 2012
Staff Involvement)
- source: PBIS Illinois Network
- source: PBIS Illinois Network
Team
Meeting
Dates
AUGUST
SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
JANUARY
FEBRUARY
MARCH
APRIL
MAY
JUNE
JULY
KickOff
Report
SelfAssessment
Survey Results
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Checklist
Completed
Faculty
Updates
Activities/
Data
Boosters
Updated
School
Profile
Completed
Safety
Survey
Completed
Celebrations/
Intermittent
Acknowledge
Multi-tiered Action Plan
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What tier or topic needs addressing?
What actions need to take place?
Who will carry out each action item?
When will each item be completed?
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Multicomponent Interventions
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Macroanalytic Assessment
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Beyond Implementation Checklists and ODRs
Collaborative Training
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Wraparound
Parents
Future of PBIS in Arkansas
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Evaluation and Assessment
State Forum or Conference
Additional Trainers Across State
Topic Suggestions for ½ day workshops?
What day of the week is best?
Will you attend Universal or Tier 2 training this
summer?
What dates are best?
Comments??
Questions??
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