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Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS)

There’s not one perfect approach to eliminate bad behaviors that impede learning. Each school climate is unique; therefore, each community requires different methods and practices in safeguarding instructional time. PBIS is a school-wide system of support that involves techniques for defining, modeling, monitoring, and supporting student behaviors that will result in a positive school environment.
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Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS)
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    A site that provides six different online training modules for supporting young children with challenging behavior. The modules are simple to follow and understand and easy to apply to different settings. I found the module entitled 'Determining the Meaning of Challenging Behavior' to be very helpful.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    This organization offers research-based strategies used to elevate quality of life and deter problem behavior. Their strategies are founded on teaching new skills along with changing an individual's environment. On the home page of this site, you can select one of six buttons to choose the place or arrangement that best fits the community you are in that needs support.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    An outstanding document for teachers that summarizes research-based, proactive, and responsive behavior interventions and support strategies. The strategies are to be initiated classroom-wide, tailored during small-group instruction, and attended to further for individual students. This guide is an easy read with lots of information on PBIS. The self-assessment on p. 5 is a valuable tool where you can gauge your current classroom management practices.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    This link provides a short animated video on PBIS. It shows you the basics of PBIS is an engaging way. It would be great to show educators who are not familiar with PBIS or teachers who need a quick refresher. Either way, it's quick and entertaining.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    From lesson plans to PowerPoints, this site has all the resources you need to get started with PBIS or add to the PBIS inventory you already have. You could spend a lot of time here reviewing all of the resources. Check out the PBIS Jeopardy powerpoint available here.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Pursuing a PBIS model doesn’t mean you have to buy a ton of materials and rewards or work hard to think of creative ways to motivate and reward students. This link provides an extensive list of incentive and reward ideas that are free and easy to initiate. So, click here to view the compiled list of free PBIS incentives, and you can get started on your collection right away.
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    Kelly Flynn says:
    Here's another valuable resource to consider. It tells you all about PBIS, why it works, and describes the components of PBIS. It also has an informative video on PBIS along with a 3-Tiered PBIS Behavior Model to review. All of the materials available here are helpful and the contents isn't overwhelming as the resources are succinct and to the point.
  • Kelly Flynn says:
    Here's a helpful link for parents where they can gain information and a better understanding of the PBIS model. One of the documents entitled, 'Positive Solutions for Families', was quite impressive. Just like schools, families also struggle with challenging behavior of their children. This resource lets parents know of some of the research-based, effective strategies they can rely on in creating positive solutions for their family.
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