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How to Make PBIS Really Work For Your School

PBIS is a commonly talked about term in the educational world. It stands for "Positive Behavior Interventions and Support". Recently, more similar acronyms have surfaced that are based on the same idea. Some of them are Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS), Positive Behavior Support, and School-WIde Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS). Regardless of what you call it, it's often hard to understand what the idea looks like in practice. This collection of resources is great if you are an admin
A Collection By Meghann Urewicz
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How to Make PBIS Really Work For Your School
  • pbis.org
    pbis.org

    Bully Prevention in Positive Behavior Support

    60 minute read
    Meghann Urewicz says:
    This is a complete student curriculum that uses PBIS to teach anti-bullying. It covers gossiping, inappropriate remarks, and cyber bullying. It also has resources for the teachers, such as how to respond to reports of problem behavior. It also has resources to conduct a staff follow-up
  • pbis.org
    pbis.org

    Implementation Blueprint and Self-Assessment: Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

    30 minute read
    Meghann Urewicz says:
    This implementation blueprint packet contains over 100 pages of information on how to get a system up and running. It gives a thorough picture of what each phase of the journey should look like. It covers the overview of PBIS, planning and evaluation. This blueprint has so much valuable information. It's a great guide to get your PBIS team going.
  • friendshipcircle.org
    friendshipcircle.org

    How to implement Positive Behavior Support In School

    10 minute read
    Meghann Urewicz says:
    This article helps to give an overview to what a school-wide behavior support system looks like in practice. It explains how the system allows for customization to meet the needs of all students, and how PBIS systems need to be flexible to allow for change. PBIS systems don't always work on the first try, and it often becomes an ever-evolving system that adjusts based on experience. This is an important idea, because it acknowledges that PBIS is not black and white.
  • wisconsinpbisnetwork.org
    wisconsinpbisnetwork.org

    Free or Inexpensive Rewards for Students and Staff

    15 minute read
    Meghann Urewicz says:
    This extensive list provides lots of ideas to help you put a positive behavior incentive system into place. The list is separated by education level and group or individual incentives. All together, there are several hundred ideas. It suggests that schools award points for positive behavior, and that the students are able to choice rewards off a "menu". There are several examples of what these menus could look like at the elementary, middle, or high school level.
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    miblsi.cenmi.org
    miblsi.cenmi.org
    Meghann Urewicz says:
    This website gives a detailed explanation of what each tier of the PBIS pyramid looks like. It gives examples of what the behavior supports at each level (universal, secondary, and tertiary) should look like. The site provides lots of resources to make sure your school is thoroughly implementing the system. Under the "Evaluation" page you can even find universal screening information for the students, and effectiveness evaluation resources.