Behavior - Tier 1

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Contact Luke Schaefer

Luke.Schaefer@k12.nd.us
phone:701.838.3025

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jennifer.glasheen@k12.nd.us
phone:701.446.3172

Developing Schoolwide Behavior Expectations - Tier 1


Course Description

Developing School-Wide Behavior Expectations – Tier 1Schools will plan for the identification and teaching of school-wide expectations of behavior. Further, they will develop plans for active supervision, problem behavior identification, classroom management, data collection and data systems. Upon completion, schools will have identified gaps in current practice and have an action plan for steps to improve practice in their building.

Objectives:

  1. Establish Commitment
  2. Conduct audit of current status
  3. Establish expectations
  4. Establish information systems (outcomes and process tools)5. Build capacity for function-based support

Using the Benchmarks of Quality (BOQ) schools use data to establish an action plan for implementation and identify when they are ready for PBIS - Tier 2 training.

Foundations

This work is grounded in the research related to PBIS, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, which encompasses “a range of research-based strategies used to increase the quality of life and decrease problem behavior by teaching new skills and making changes in a person's environment” (APBS, 2014). Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support combines; valued outcomes, behavioral and biomedical science, validated procedures, and systems change to enhance the quality of life and reduce problem behaviors

Who will Participate? (5-10 members/team): Team membership from each building or district should consist of some of the following individuals:

  • District administrators (Special Education Director, Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent, PD/Curriculum Coordinator)
  • Building administrator (1 required per team)
  • General education content area teachers (Grades K-6: elementary; or 6-12: secondary)
  • Special education teachers and/or unit directors (1 required per team)
  • Behavior specialists
  • Instructional coaches

Building administrators will invite team members based on their roles, expertise, leadership abilities and authority to make school and district decisions (budgeting, schedules, course offerings, PD).

Optional Credit Available

One (1)Continuing Education credit(s) per 15 hours of contact time, will be available through VCSU for those who attend all sessions and meet requirements, dependent on the length of training. The cost of the credit is the responsibility of the participant.

 

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