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“Danger Will Robinson, Danger” At this point in the class, 15(30%) of the class are flunking. Why??? Missing assignments Two have missed three classes or more
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Positive Behavior Supports (PBS) Andy Welsh
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Dispositions To Remember ???????????????? ???????????????? ??????????
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The relationship between behavior and learning must not only be considered but acted upon . .. IDEA Amendments, 1997
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Prevailing Myths That Interfere With Implementing PBS Through punishment you can control behavior Role-bound authority is the bottom line Discipline always works If getting tough doesn’t work, get tougher. Randy Sprick, Ph.D., “Safe and Civil Schools”, 2004
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Life Long Challenges Equal a Poor Prognosis for Success … Statistics for Students with Disabilities 27% drop out rate for students with learning disabilities 50% drop out rate for students with emotional disturbance 70% arrest rate within three years of leaving school for students with academic and social failures. (Lechtenberger & Mullins, 2008)
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Positive Behavior Support (PBS) is… Systemic and individualized strategies based on an extensive body of research-based practices Prevention based approach for ALL students Focus on teaching academic, social and behavioral expectations Emphasis on culturally appropriate practices
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PBS Objective … To redesign & support teaching while creating learning environments that are effective, efficient, relevant, and durable Outcome based • Students demonstrate that they have learned the required skills and content Data-guided decision making Evidence-based practices Systems support for accurate and sustained implementation
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School-Wide Positive Behavior Supports (SW-PBS) Goals To reduce the incidence of problem behaviors, office discipline referrals, suspensions, and expulsions To establish a learning environment that is positive and predictive To creates an approach to discipline that is instructional and positively reinforced To increase academic instruction time and reduce class management time. To increase students’ commitment to school
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PBIS is a broad range of strategies for achieving important outcomes while preventing problem behavior with ALL students. Not limited to any particular group of students…it’s for ALL students Not specific practice or curriculum…it’s a general approach to preventing problem behavior Not new…its based on long history of effective instructional “SO”….what is PBIS?
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In other words … A school-wide or district-wide system of support that includes: Proactive strategies to define, teach, and support appropriate behaviors A positive school environment where ALL children feel safe and can learn Based on the belief that appropriate behaviors … CAN BE TAUGHT.
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3600 taught by Professor Frankmullins during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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