Presentation Title

When PBIS Implementation Fails...and What to Do about It

Highest Degree of Primary Presenter

Doctorate Degree

Presentation Abstract

PBIS Implementation does not always go as planned. In fact, sometimes it completely fails. In this session, participants will learn how one South Georgia school's PBIS Implementation almost completely failed, as well as the steps the school's PBIS Coach, administrators, and District Coordinator took to get it back on track. Participants will hear candid feedback from PBIS coaches at two different elementary schools regarding mistakes made and lessons learned during the first two years of implementation, and will learn easy to apply strategies to assist with faculty and staff buy-in, time and resource management, and shifting teacher mind-sets, as well as strategies for getting parents and community members involved. Presenters will help participants understand how to use the ten critical elements of PBIS to build and sustain a successful PBIS framework within their schools. The District PBIS Coordinator will also provide participants with strategies for supporting schools from the district level to ensure successful implementation. This information will also help parents and community members better understand the complexity of the PBIS framework and how the ten critical elements work together.

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When PBIS Implementation Fails...and What to Do about It

PBIS Implementation does not always go as planned. In fact, sometimes it completely fails. In this session, participants will learn how one South Georgia school's PBIS Implementation almost completely failed, as well as the steps the school's PBIS Coach, administrators, and District Coordinator took to get it back on track. Participants will hear candid feedback from PBIS coaches at two different elementary schools regarding mistakes made and lessons learned during the first two years of implementation, and will learn easy to apply strategies to assist with faculty and staff buy-in, time and resource management, and shifting teacher mind-sets, as well as strategies for getting parents and community members involved. Presenters will help participants understand how to use the ten critical elements of PBIS to build and sustain a successful PBIS framework within their schools. The District PBIS Coordinator will also provide participants with strategies for supporting schools from the district level to ensure successful implementation. This information will also help parents and community members better understand the complexity of the PBIS framework and how the ten critical elements work together.