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Title: School-Wide Positive Behaviour Intervention


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School-Wide Positive Behaviour Intervention
Support
Systematic Implementation
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3 Questions
  • Why use a School-Wide System that includes PBIS
    and RtI?
  • What are the core principles of a
  • School-Wide PBIS/RtI framework?
  • How do schools get started implementing a
    School-Wide PBIS framework?

3
Your School-Wide Behaviour Support
SystemSchool________________
  • 3 Successes
  • 1. We teach school-wide expectations at
    gathering.
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • 3 Questions
  • 1. How do you teach rules to challenging
    students?
  • 2.
  • 3.

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History of School-Wide Behaviour Supports in
British Columbia
  • 1990 - EBS, Effective Behaviour Support
  • Dr. George Sugai _at_ University of Oregon and
    team
  • 1996 - PBS, Positive Behaviour Support
  • Dr. Rob Horner _at_ University of Oregon and
    team
  • 2000 - PBIS, Positive Behaviour Intervention and
    Supports
  • Dr. Rob Horner _at_ University of Oregon and
  • Dr. George Sugai _at_ University of Connecticut
  • 2004 RtI, Response to Intervention No Child
    Left Behind
  • Dr. Frank Gresham - _at_ Louisiana State
    University and team
  • In the late 1990s British Columbia Council of
    Administrators of Special Education (BC CASE)
    approached Ministry of Education to form a
    partnership and introduce EBS.
  • The Nanaimo-Ladysmith School District started EBS
    training with schools in 2000.

5
Keeping Kids Safe - K to 12
  • BC SAFE SCHOOLS ACT states - the central focus
    and purpose of the school system in BC is to
    enable all students to
  • develop their individual potential
  • acquire the knowledge skills and attitudes needed
    to contribute to society
  • benefit academically socially from a safe,
    caring and orderly learning environment
  • BILL M 204 -- 2006 - SAFE SCHOOLS ACT
  • BC STUDENT VOICE on HARASSMENT advises educators
    to
  • enforce school rules consistently
  • provide examples of acceptance
  • recognize students for their achievements
  • develop positive school cultures and focus on
    prevention intervention
  • BC Student Voice, a BC Principals' and Vice
    Principals' Association program Started in 2003

Safe, Caring and Orderly Schools Guide 2008
Revised Links to PBIS and Virtues Project
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Prevent Youth Violence Gangs
  • Some RISK FACTORS are
  • History of early aggressive behaviour
  • Violence in the family
  • Parental drug/alcohol abuse
  • Poor social-emotional attachment to parents and
    caregivers
  • Social-cognitive deficits
  • Peer engaged in high risk behaviours gangs,
    bullying, date violence
  • Beliefs supportive of violence
  • Low commitment to school
  • Academic failure
  • RECOMMENDATIONS are
  • Change social context to break up antisocial
    networks
  • Improve parent effectiveness
  • Increase academic success through interventions
    and support
  • Create positive, respectful, predictable,
    trusting school environment/climate is important
    for all students
  • Create a system that reduces gangs, bullying and
    violence
  • Teach encourage individual skills competence

TASK Force BC Ministry of Public Safety,
Solicitor General Ministry of Education
Recommend implementing a School-Wide Behaviour
Support System
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Why use a School-Wide System that includes PBIS
and RtI?
Common Language
PBIS / RtI Effective Social AcademicSchool
Culture
Common Experience
Common Vision/Values
8
PBIS is NOT
  • newit is based on long history of
  • behavioural practices effective
  • instructional strategies
  • a specific practice or curriculumit
  • is a systems approach that develops a framework
    to prevent problem behaviours
  • limited to any particular group of
  • studentsit is for all students

9
Positive Behaviour Interventions and Supports
(PBIS) is
  • a proactive systems approach to discipline that
    emphasizes early intervention, prevention and
    instruction of social skills.
  • a multi-tier framework that helps create a better
    climate for the entire school.
  • a school-based intervention for reducing
    disruptive and aggressive behaviours.
  • research based interventions and implementation
    of strategies.
  • progress monitoring to determine if the
    behavioral interventions are producing the
    desired effects.
  • a data based decision making system to reduce
    problem behaviours and increase academic
    performance
  • THINK UNIVERSAL INTERVENTION

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Response to Intervention (RtI) uses
  • a systematic and data-based method for
    identifying, defining, and resolving students
    academic and/or behavioural difficulties.
  • a well-integrated system of interventions guided
    by student outcome data.
  • a progress monitoring of student academics and/or
    behaviours.
  • student response/outcome data to make
    important educational and/or behavioural
    decisions.
  • Think Targeted Group Interventions
  • Think Intensive Individual Interventions

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Multiple Tiers Implemented Through Progress
Monitoring and Formative Evaluation (PBIS -
Sugai, Horner, RtI Gresham)
School-Wide Systems for Student Success
Academic Systems
Behavioural Systems
1-5
1-5
5-10
5-10
80-90
80-90
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Response to Intervention
RtI
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WHAT PBIS INTERVENTIONS DO YOU HAVE IN PLACE ?
  • INTENSIVE INTERVENTIONS
  • FBA - BSP ESP - Assessment
  • Wrap-Around- Meetings
  • Referral to CYMH/MCFD/VIHA
  • Involvement of Probations
  • Restorative Justice
  • Community Forum J. Howard Society

5
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  • TARGETED INTERVENTIONS
  • Check in/out system
  • Targeted social skills instruction
  • Peer-based Volunteer supports
  • Social skills groups and clubs
  • Counselling student - parents
  • UNIVERSAL INTERVENTIONS
  • Teach encourage S-W positive expectations
  • Proactive SW discipline
  • Reinforcements - Data analysis
  • Parent engagement
  • Cyber Safety Bully Prevention

Teach to ALL 80 of Students
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  • SYSTEMS
  • Policies Procedures
  • Code of Conduct
  • Decision Making
  • Matrix Settings and Expectations
  • Continuum of Reinforcement
  • Consistent Consequences

4 Core Principles of PBIS/RtI
SYSTEMS
  • OUTCOMES
  • Endorsed and Emphasized by
  • ALL
  • Academic and Behavioural
  • Targets
  • DATA
  • Measure Outcomes
  • Guide Decision Making
  • Evaluation of Interventions and Practices
  • Portable Office Referral Form
  • District Data Collection System

DATA
PRACTICES
  • PRACTICES
  • Best Practices and Instruction
  • Cool Tools Lessons, Programs and Strategies
  • BP- PBIS and RtI

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How Does PBIS Work?Build a Culture of Competence
  • Define behaviour expectations -all students
    follow the same set of rules and expectations
    throughout all settings in and out of the entire
    school.
  • Display rules and expectations on a matrix and
    posted in all locations.
  • Teach behaviour expectations in all locations.
  • Recognize and reward students when rules and
    expectations are followed.
  • Using a minor/major portable referral form.
  • When students do not follow the rules, there are
    corrective consequences using repairing
    rebuilding relationships (Restorative Justice).
  • Use on-going data to based decision making for
    prevention and intervention.

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Getting Started
  • Form a School PBIS Leadership team
  • Get Staff Commitment
  • Rule Administrators involvement a must and 80
    of staff
  • Develop effective procedures for dealing with
    problem behaviours
  • Develop positive expectations rules matrix
  • Develop lesson plans for teaching expectations
    and rules in all areas
  • first in common areas year 1
  • next in the classroom year 2
  • Establish acknowledgement system (reinforcements)
  • Plan for implementation and continuum of
    procedures for encouraging expected behaviour
  • Develop procedures for on-going data-based
    monitoring evaluation

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Wednesday - June 8, 2011
  • PBIS School Teams Implementation Training
  • Registration Form to be sent to schools by May
    25, 2011 first 10 schools to register
  • Invitation will be sent to all schools, District
    Counsellors and CYFSW
  • Schools come as a team and encourage their
    Counsellor and CYFSW to attend as part of your
    team
  • 3 TOCs per school for the ½ day session
  • 1 TOC for TIC if needed
  • 2 TOCs for teachers that will be the school
    coaches
  • PBIS Moving Forward Working Sessions
  • Follow up working hands-on sessions for School
    Coaches
  • September Developing your School-Wide Matrix
    and Cool Tools
  • October Reinforcements and Data
    Collection
  • (You will
    receive a district data collection program)

18

PBIS at Brechin Elementary
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Action Taken __redirection __loss of
privilege __physical proximity __parent
contact __warning date______________ __time-out
in class __think sheet __Support
Room __parent conference __community (school)
service date________________ __problem
solving/discussion Administrative
Response __private conference __alternative
placement __time-out __support room __loss of
privilege __parent conference __suspension
__community (school) service __referral sent
home Date______________ Administrative
Signature__________________
Brechin Elementary School Minor ___
Portable Referral Form
Major___ Time__________ Date__________
Grade_______ Student(s) Involved
_________________________ Reporting Staff Person
______________________ Incident __hands
on __offensive language/gesture __lying __intim
idation/bullying __defiance __physical
aggression/fighting __disruptive
behaviour __non-participation __disrespect __othe
r Location __hallway __outside
dismissal/arrival __playground __restroom __class
room __library/lab __Support room __gathering __
DPA __other______________________
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PBIS at Ecole Quarterway Elementary
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Ecole Quarterway School Climate Matrix
Hallway Washroom School Yard Assembly Classroom Inside for Recess Field Trips within Community e-PBIS
R E S P E C T F U L Quiet Stay in line Walk with eyes front, hands to side, feet quiet Be quiet Stay private Take turns Share the playground Listen to Supervisor Enter quietly Listen with whole body Appropriate applause audience participation Sit properly Listen to person speaking Raise hand wait Get up at appropriate times Inside voices Quiet Take turns Share Listen to facilitator Be extra polite Raise hand wait Cell phones turned off during the day Messages are handled through office
R E S P O N S I B L E Keep right Hands to self Use correct entrance/exit Use correct washroom Go straight there and back Flush Report concerns to teacher Think before you act Use garbage cans Help those in need Line up promptly at bell Hands to self Use washroom before / after performance Be on time Be prepared Take care of belongings Neat tidy Choose a quiet activity Clean up when youve finished or when the bell rings Return permission slips on time Be a good ambassador for our school Turned off unless permitted by teacher for education-al purposes Appropriate content (song lyrics, images)
S A F E Walk Eyes forward Be polite, stay to right Practice proper hygiene by washing hands with soap Play in designated areas Report all unsafe situations Meeting place Follow teacher direction Use all 4 exit doors Walk Sit appropriately Keep hands and feet to self Follow classroom rules Stay where you are for the entire time Permission for washroom given by supervisor only Stay with the group Listen to teacher Follow rules Visit only teacher- approved internet sites Photograph and record only with prior consent
E X P E C T A T I O N S
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Summary of PBIS
1.
  • School-Wide System (How things are done)
  • Team based problem solving
  • Data-based decision making
  • Long term sustainability
  • Measurable and justifiable outcomes
  • Good Teaching Behaviour Management Student
    Achievement
  • School-Wide Practices (How staff interact with
    students)
  • Evidence based practices
  • Direct teaching of behavioural expectations
  • On-going reinforcement of expected behaviours
  • Functional Behavioural Assessment, Wrap-around
    Team Meetings
  • School-Wide Data (How decisions are made)
  • On going data collection and decision making
  • Office Discipline Referrals (number per
    day/week/month, location and problematic
    behaviour.
  • Suspension, expulsion, attendance, lates

2.
3.
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Focus for 2011 - 2012
  • District PBIS Team to work with 10 schools
  • Schools coming on board to take 2 to 4 year to
    full 3 tier Implementation
  • School Coaches coaching Coaches of 10 new schools
    implementing PBIS
  • District linking PBIS to
  • NVCI Training
  • Bully Prevention and Cyber Safety
  • Restorative Justice Volunteer Community Forum

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Bully Prevention in Positive Behaviour Support
(BP-PBIS)
Available for free at www.pbis.org
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Resources
  • Websites
  • www.pbis.org
  • Technical Assistance Center on Positive
    behavioural Intervention and Supports School-wide
    Positive behaviour Support Implementers
    Blueprint and Self-Assessment
  • http//bcpbs.wordpress.com/
  • This site is dedicated to supporting, sustaining
    and celebrating the efforts of British Columbia
    schools and districts in their School-wide
    Positive Behaviour Support efforts.
  • http//www.lostatschool.org/
  • This site includes information about the
    Collaborative Problem Solving Model by Dr. Ross
    Greene
  • www.bced.gov.bc.ca/sco/
  • Safe, Caring and Orderly Schools Guide
  • www.pssg.gov.bc.ca/crimeprevention/.../crime-prev-
    series1-youth-gangs.pdf
  • The Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor
    General, Victim Services and Crime Prevention
    Division funded the Promising Practices for
    Addressing Youth Involvement in Gangs
  • http//jhsnr.org/programsRestorativeJustice.html
  • Restorative Justice Program. Nanaimo Region
  • John Howard Society and the Nanaimo -RCMP
  • District Resource Centre
  • PBIS, Getting Started Handbook -70918-01/02
  • Understanding Response to Intervention -
    70909-01/02
  • Response to Intervention, A Practical Guide -
    70909 -01/02
  • Handbook of Response to Intervention 70979
  • Discipline with Dignity for Challenging Youth -
    70717
  • Kids Who Outwit Adults - 70718
  • The Explosive Child 70791
  • Orchestrating Positive and Practical
  • Behaviour Plans - 70972
  • WITS Program Kit 72705
  • This kit includes WITS K to 3 and WITS-LEADS 4
    to 7 The kit was developed by the Rock Solid
    Foundation to help kids develop appropriate
    social skills for handling conflicts.

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District PBIS Coaching Team
  • Rose Tull PBIS Coordinator, District Behaviour
    Resource Teacher
  • Bob Esliger Principal, SSS
  • Diane Goodman Principal, Brechin
  • Peter Hewitt Principal, Quarterway
  • Dona Billingsley District Behaviour Resource
    Teacher

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Questions
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