School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

0.25 USBE Credits
This badge focuses on tier 1 implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports, which is the behavioral component of Multi-Tiered System of Supports.

DESCRIPTION

To earn this 0.25 credit badge you will submit one of the evidence items from the list below to demonstrate your proficiency in school-wide positive behavior interventions and supports. Your evidence should demonstrate an understanding of positive behavior interventions and supports, including the four pillars of PBIS, data collection related to office discipline referrals, the evaluation of fidelity and outcomes of the problem-solving model, and data sources for school-wide problem solving.

FEES

You will be charged $20 by the badge provider. You'll be charged at the point you submit your badge for final review.

CLARIFICATIONS

This badge does not focus on special education identification or evaluation.

IMPORTANT TERMS

Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports: A framework for teaching students expectations, reinforcing appropriate pro-social behavior, and providing instruction and consequences for errors in behavior.

Multi-Tiered System of Supports: An operational framework of tiered supports for improving academic and behavioral outcomes for all students.

Office Discipline Referrals: A method for tracking students referred to the office as a discipline method.

Fidelity: Implementation of a strategy or intervention as it is intended and with all the components that have been shown to lead to the desired outcomes.

BACKGROUND SCENARIO

Pleasant Hill Elementary has been experiencing behavior problems in the cafeteria. This has required a lot of time on the part of lunch duties, teachers, and administrators, and many students have been referred to the office. For a given lunch period there are typically 2-3 students that are sent in to the office for behavior problems.
This school is being responsive to behavioral issues but they would benefit form learning how to pro-actively teach students expectations and reinforce appropriate behavior to reduce the number of behavior problems in the cafeteria.

EVIDENCE OPTIONS

Survey Results: Submit a completed Tiered Fidelity Inventory with at least Tier 1 completed. Identify at least two action items for improved implementation of positive behavior supports. With the TFI, submit a proposed plan for PBIS implementation. For example, team will establish and teach 3-5 possible school-wide expectations and implement at least 2 reinforcement strategies for their school.


Review Criteria

Must have a Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) completed for the school with tier 1 completed.Must include 3-5 simple, positively stated school-wide expectations, and at least 2 strategies for reinforcing student behavior school wide (principal's 200 club, drawing for prizes, public acknowledgment, etc.).

REFLECTION PROMPTS

  1. Describe analysis of what you learned about your school's current practices related to positive behavior interventions and supports.

  2. Describe what needs your school has to improve upon to promote positive behavior. Include a description of a plan or action items the school could take to improve your school-wide (Tier 1) positive behavior interventions and supports implementation.

Review Criteria

Analyze what you learned about your school's current practices related to positive behavior interventions and supports.Describe the areas of need the school has to improve upon to promote positive student behavior. Include a description of a plan or action items the school could take to improve their school-wide (Tier 1) positive behavior and supports implementation.

RESOURCES

Intervention Finder app
https://www.davis.k12.ut.us/departments/student-family-resources/mtss/intervention-supports
Davis School District has developed an intervention finder application that has a curated listed of evidence-based interventions. It pulls from several other sources and organizes interventions at three levels (student, classroom, school-wide) and provides overviews of behavior practices and interventions as well as links to additional resources.

PBIS.org
PBIS.org
This is the best source of information on research, practices, and resources related to positive behavior interventions and supports. It is an excellent resource for all things PBIS-related. It is also regularly curated and updated with the latest research, information, and resources available.

PBISworld.com
PBISworld.com
This site includes many excellent practices, strategies, and ideas for implementation of positive behavior interventions and supports at all 3 tiers of MTSS. Ideas can be categorized by problem behavior as well as tier of support. It also provides information and tools for data tracking.

Supporting and Responding to Behavior: Evidence-Based Classroom Strategies for Teachers
https://www.pbis.org/common/cms/files/pbisresources/Supporting%20and%20Responding%20to%20Behavior.pdf
This document from the office of special education programs outlines what research and practice say are best strategies for organizing and managing a classroom for successful student behavior. It provides elementary and secondary examples and non-examples and links to additional resources for improving classroom management.

Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI)
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BF6ZFZgipxUnT5EjO2Tuv8zvNjnbFq7L/view?usp=sharing
Use this inventory as an evidence item to earn this badge.

UMTSS Canvas Course: Behavior
https://uen.instructure.com/enroll/ER4DRR
This Canvas course is open to any participant and was created by USBE.

UMTSS Canvas Course: Effective Teaming
https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fuen.instructure.com%2fenroll%2fDDKRFH&c=E,1,tTp9PcqymrMiavvCPSqAxShCaul8TLFRLUMvrs1O95-E8Rmx73ZdUdLqye4_tf4JVhHRRmIHlgAWUsmuZ1N9QJuVfzq21RY5hFL8j1go7_1kpStoVT82yA,,&typo=1
This Canvas-based course was developed by the Utah State Board of Education MTSS Leadership team. It covers best practices for teams using the MTSS framework for problem-solving and decision-making.

UMTSS Canvas Course: Overview
https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fuen.instructure.com%2fenroll%2fCWH49L&c=E,1,qlFzslKc8ZwXBOCj9sMB1DIeovP01n9Vai5kqi_evoDuQekcJ-JTNPmSK_8vMUhtd21M3x_CdLTqyPw44OJvQVWERS3ugeZ42FE0WVxJRTAhDpxRDN8,&typo=1
This Canvas-based course was developed by the Utah State Board of Education MTSS Leadership team. It is an introduction to the MTSS framework and its uses for problem-solving and decision-making.

UMTSS Canvas Course: Special Education and MTSS
https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fuen.instructure.com%2fenroll%2fPDWPHA&c=E,1,AplK5_mUK9O8ICLnXDTAbXnpOxiSFcmNBjihvkCexBuXmPghJJuuZteEkQXyijB617mIY0e-_gNJgA5Rydd0BuTWN4GLF079z6MOQ9jUa1Un6g,,&typo=1
This Canvas-based course was developed by the Utah State Board of Education MTSS Leadership team. It focuses on using the MTSS framework to support learners who receive Special Education services.

BADGE EARNERS

Theo Anderson
Theo Anderson
Melody Andreasen
Melody Andreasen
Jill Bonsteel
Jill Bonsteel
Devin Healey
Devin Healey
Steven Loveland
Steven Loveland
Sarah Veto
Sarah Veto
Rebecca West
Rebecca West

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