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Proactive Positive Behavioral Supports

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Ask the ‘TASC # 6: How do we empower staff at lunch/recess to take initiative?

Question: How do we empower staff at lunch/recess to take initiative?
My advice is find a way to involve them in the process, remembering that changing adult behavior by empowering them to take the initiative is a process, not a onetime event or a check box on your implementation to do list! Ask yourself: Have you taken time to train the lunchroom staff in how to teach and reinforce positive behaviors as well as the procedures for responding to students’ behavior errors? If you have trained them, have you followed up with them to ask if they have any questions, concerns, or suggestions for how to improve behavior systems at lunch and recess? Next, have you shared data with them related to the lunch room or recess behaviors?
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Preschool Pyramid Model and PBIS: Are they the Same?

When I first began at the RSE-TASC, one of the things that was hardest to find a clear answer to was what exactly should PBIS look like with younger learners and what the differences were between the PBIS framework for school-age (K-12) programs and for preschool and early childhood programs. While it was evident that the needs of these two populations differ to some extent, it was challenging to find precise information about how these differences were reflected in the PBIS models.
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Ask the ‘TASC # 5: What are some suggestions and ways to reinvent after 5+ years of implementing PBIS? Looking for ideas for keeping things fresh, creative, and new.

Question: What are some suggestions and ways to reinvent after 5+ years of implementing PBIS? Looking for ideas of keeping things fresh, creative, and new.
I believe the best place to start a reinvention of PBIS is with the PBIS team. Not only does the research support the importance of the team but intuitively it makes sense. If we can lead by example and create a motivated, achievement-oriented team, we have a great advantage in successfully implementing a reinvention of PBIS. First off, if you don’t have a PBIS team that is meeting regularly, don’t panic! It’s a good time to build a new team from scratch.

Mini Training Presentation

See below for self-guided and interactive mini-courses on topics related to Proactive Positive Behavioral Support.  Learn about a strategy, research finding, best practice or regulation in just two to five minutes!

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Proactive Positive Behavioral Supports Mini Training Presentation

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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!

This page is maintained by Sara Fienup, Dale Langley and Erin Leskovic, Lower Hudson RSE-TASC Behavior Specialists. Click here to send them a question or comment.

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