Title

Engaging Students as Decision Makers in the Planning Process at the Universal Intervention Level

Presenters

John Vandenburgh

Location

School Climate - Bowie A/B

Focused Area

Improving School Climate for Youth-At-Risk

Relevance to Focused Area

Not Available

Primary Strand

Safety & Violence Prevention

Relevance to Primary Strand

Not Available

Brief Program Description

Research shows when addressing universal interventions, students with influence can play a critical role in the prevention of negative social behaviors on campus. In this session, Participants will learn how to utilize a diverse cross section of student leaders to gather data and facilitate a series of activities that create communication, connections, care and community among a student body. Utilizing best practice strategies, student leaders serve as the liaison between the student body and the adults on a campus. Schools implementing PBIS and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support have found Youth Participatory Action Research Programs to be a perfect fit for student involvement at a Tier 1 intervention level.

Summary

Not Available

Evidence

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Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

Not Available

Start Date

10-24-2016 1:00 PM

End Date

10-24-2016 3:30 PM

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Engaging Students as Decision Makers in the Planning Process at the Universal Intervention Level

School Climate - Bowie A/B

Research shows when addressing universal interventions, students with influence can play a critical role in the prevention of negative social behaviors on campus. In this session, Participants will learn how to utilize a diverse cross section of student leaders to gather data and facilitate a series of activities that create communication, connections, care and community among a student body. Utilizing best practice strategies, student leaders serve as the liaison between the student body and the adults on a campus. Schools implementing PBIS and Multi-Tiered Systems of Support have found Youth Participatory Action Research Programs to be a perfect fit for student involvement at a Tier 1 intervention level.