Presentation Title

Readiness, Implementation, Now What? Growing PBIS Strategically and Effectively

Presentation Abstract

Presentation Description

The purpose of this presentation is to share methods and strategies of moving beyond the initial implementation of PBIS and moving into a fully functioning and effective team. The focus will be to develop an analytical and solution oriented team meeting format, as well as define and delegate specific roles within the team and school. Last, building positive relationships with all stakeholders, from students and staff to parents and the community, will be emphasized as the backbone to every decision that is made within PBIS.

Topics and Learning Outcomes

Problem solving and goal oriented team meetings

* Develop an agenda that reflects a problem/solution/goal mindset

* Determine needs of students and staff based on data

* Set a monthly plan of action based on this data

Identifying roles and responsibilities of team, staff, and students

* Roles form naturally as determined by needs

* Spread out workload and decrease chance of burnout

* Encourage and involve all stakeholders

Building and maintaining positive relationships with students, staff, and community

* Keep relationships and solutions in mind as you plan for interventions

* Keep recognitions high and varied

* Involve parents and the community

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Readiness, Implementation, Now What? Growing PBIS Strategically and Effectively

Presentation Description

The purpose of this presentation is to share methods and strategies of moving beyond the initial implementation of PBIS and moving into a fully functioning and effective team. The focus will be to develop an analytical and solution oriented team meeting format, as well as define and delegate specific roles within the team and school. Last, building positive relationships with all stakeholders, from students and staff to parents and the community, will be emphasized as the backbone to every decision that is made within PBIS.

Topics and Learning Outcomes

Problem solving and goal oriented team meetings

* Develop an agenda that reflects a problem/solution/goal mindset

* Determine needs of students and staff based on data

* Set a monthly plan of action based on this data

Identifying roles and responsibilities of team, staff, and students

* Roles form naturally as determined by needs

* Spread out workload and decrease chance of burnout

* Encourage and involve all stakeholders

Building and maintaining positive relationships with students, staff, and community

* Keep relationships and solutions in mind as you plan for interventions

* Keep recognitions high and varied

* Involve parents and the community