Validating assessments for students with disabilities
It includes discipline & best practices, understanding behavior escalations, and action planning for the team.
The presentation describes Responsiveness-to-Intervention (Rt I) and its relationship with SWPBS.The diagram below illustrates how these key elements work together to build a sustainable system: The purpose of this technical brief is to provide an operational and applied overview of school climate that can guide decisions related to policy, professional development, and practice and systems implementation at the classroom, school, district, and state levels (by Center for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) The SET Implementation Manual was developed to provide guidance and technical assistance to those who would like to use the School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET) to assess a school’s fidelity of implementation of school-wide positive behavior support.The presentation describes how Rt I logic relates to positive behavioral interventions & supports for EVERYONE in school.The presentation describes: 1) a summary of an integrated model for behavior support systems within a school, 2) the role of function-based support, and 3) a clarification of protocol for moving from functional behavioral assessment to behavior support plan design/implementation.The presentation discusses the relationship between SW-PBS and academic gains.Instead of using a piecemeal approach of individual behavioral management plans, a continuum of positive behavior support for all students within a school is implemented in areas including the classroom and non-classroom settings (such as hallways, buses, and restrooms).
Positive behavior support is an application of a behaviorally-based systems approach to enhance the capacity of schools, families, and communities to design effective environments that improve the link between research-validated practices and the environments in which teaching and learning occurs.
The presentations include: 1) Skill Building for Small Group / Targeted Interventions, 2) Systems to Support Social and Academic Success: Positive Behavior Supports Meets Response to Intervention, and 3) Building School-based Systems to Support Small Group / Targeted Interventions for At-risk Students.
The presentation describes: 1) considerations for the emergence of “evidence-based practices”, 2) six features for taking EBP technology to scale, 3) definition of “implementation” as a unique technology, and 4) use School-wide Positive Behavior Support as one example.
An organization is a group of individuals who behave together to achieve a common goal.
Systems are needed to support the collective use of best practices by individuals within the organization.
Teaching behavioral expectations and rewarding students for following them is a much more positive approach than waiting for misbehavior to occur before responding.