Presentation Title

PBIS Supports Using Fidelity Implementation Checklists & Coaching

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Doctorate Degree

Presentation Abstract

In order to implement a data-based PBIS coaching cycle using a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) within the North Metro GNETS program, the presenters will review the North Metro GNETS BIP implementation checklist, results of inter-rater reliability using a fidelity implementation checklist, and implement a MTSS PBIS Coaching Process to implement systems change within the North Metro GNETS Program. The presenters will review the BIP implementation checklist from the North Metro GNETS program and identify positive behavior supports throughout the checklist. Teachers and lead teachers self-assess their students’ BIPs within the first ten days of the school year (or upon student enrollment) to ensure that PBIS strategies are included in each BIP. Once they have completed the Teacher BIP implementation checklist then site coordinators, assistant site coordinators, and lead teachers complete monthly walk-throughs to check BIP implementation fidelity in the classroom setting in a coaching capacity. The North Metro GNETS district leadership team also completes classroom walk-throughs and then data are compared with on-site coordinators for inter-rater reliability. Once walk-throughs are completed the observers compare checklist observations and meet with classroom teachers to discuss implementation of the BIP strategies. This coaching discussion allows the teachers and administrators to provide feedback on consensus on ratings related to successes and areas for improvement. Using individualized data from a BIP implementation checklist directly connects a student to home, school, and his/her community through the use of PBIS supports that are generalized across environments unique to him/her.

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PBIS Supports Using Fidelity Implementation Checklists & Coaching

In order to implement a data-based PBIS coaching cycle using a multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) within the North Metro GNETS program, the presenters will review the North Metro GNETS BIP implementation checklist, results of inter-rater reliability using a fidelity implementation checklist, and implement a MTSS PBIS Coaching Process to implement systems change within the North Metro GNETS Program. The presenters will review the BIP implementation checklist from the North Metro GNETS program and identify positive behavior supports throughout the checklist. Teachers and lead teachers self-assess their students’ BIPs within the first ten days of the school year (or upon student enrollment) to ensure that PBIS strategies are included in each BIP. Once they have completed the Teacher BIP implementation checklist then site coordinators, assistant site coordinators, and lead teachers complete monthly walk-throughs to check BIP implementation fidelity in the classroom setting in a coaching capacity. The North Metro GNETS district leadership team also completes classroom walk-throughs and then data are compared with on-site coordinators for inter-rater reliability. Once walk-throughs are completed the observers compare checklist observations and meet with classroom teachers to discuss implementation of the BIP strategies. This coaching discussion allows the teachers and administrators to provide feedback on consensus on ratings related to successes and areas for improvement. Using individualized data from a BIP implementation checklist directly connects a student to home, school, and his/her community through the use of PBIS supports that are generalized across environments unique to him/her.