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Ask the ‘TASC #4: What are some ideas for no- or low-cost acknowledgements for students who are demonstrating desired behaviors?

Question: What are some ideas for no- or low-cost acknowledgements for students who are demonstrating desired behaviors?
Finding inexpensive or free acknowledgments and rewards is a very common need among our schools. A quick google search of “PBIS rewards” or “free student acknowledgement ideas” will provide you with a TON of ideas. I entered those search words and found the following websites with ideas for no- and low-cost acknowledgements:
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Ask the ‘TASC #3: How do I continue PBIS after long breaks or with new staff or students?

Question: How do I continue PBIS after long breaks or with new staff or students?
Although we all enjoy time off, it can slow momentum. A great way to get staff and students “re-energized” is through clear communication. Create and distribute a flier in staff mailboxes that reviews behavioral expectations and features an inspirational quote, and/or use the loudspeaker to make an announcement to get PBIS back on everyone’s mind.
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Ask the ‘TASC #2: Why do we need to reinforce kids for behaving the right way?

Question: A common push-back I hear from staff is “aren’t we reinforcing kids too much for behaving the right way in school? When I was a kid, I was just expected to behave! I didn’t earn a ‘buck’! Doesn’t this teach them that they will always be reinforced for everything they do? That is not real life!!!” This is a very common complaint we hear in response to setting up reinforcement systems. So here are a few thoughts about how you might respond...

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Minis will be self-guided and interactive mini-courses on topics related to positive behavioral supports and PBIS. Learn about a strategy, research finding, best practice or regulation in just two to five minutes!

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