Presentation Title

Faculty, Community and Parental Ownership and Buy-In throughout the PBIS Process

Brief Biography

The GNETS' Mainstay Academy PBIS Team began implementing PBIS in the fall of 2013. They have worked diligently to implement with fidelity and approach all facets of their work in a positive, proactive manner. The team continues to promote, encourage and support faculty ownership and buy-in to the PBIS process. This year, Mainstay Academy's focus was to promote community and parental supports as well as continuing faculty ownership to the PBIS process.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Cristina Craft, Ed.S

Heidi Thompson, B.A., Criminal Justice and Psychology

Lauren Flanagan, A.A., Communication

Presentation Abstract

This presentation will discuss the intricacies involved in ensuring staff and community ownership during implementation through emergent and into operational status with the PBIS process. The goal of the PBIS team was for staff to implement and use PBIS with fidelity.

The PBIS team worked diligently to form a plan of implementation that would ultimately lead to positive change in faculty behavior. It was vital to the team that staff would be fully invested in PBIS and the positive culture of change it would bring to our program.

This presentation will explore the advanced planning, staff training, staff incentives, and follow up procedures used by the team to ascertain staff ownership and fidelity in implementing PBIS. This presentation will also focus on how Mainstay Academy is adding to the current action plan to include parental and community involvement in the PBIS process.

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Faculty, Community and Parental Ownership and Buy-In throughout the PBIS Process

This presentation will discuss the intricacies involved in ensuring staff and community ownership during implementation through emergent and into operational status with the PBIS process. The goal of the PBIS team was for staff to implement and use PBIS with fidelity.

The PBIS team worked diligently to form a plan of implementation that would ultimately lead to positive change in faculty behavior. It was vital to the team that staff would be fully invested in PBIS and the positive culture of change it would bring to our program.

This presentation will explore the advanced planning, staff training, staff incentives, and follow up procedures used by the team to ascertain staff ownership and fidelity in implementing PBIS. This presentation will also focus on how Mainstay Academy is adding to the current action plan to include parental and community involvement in the PBIS process.