Wednesday, January 17, 2024 - Tuesday, April 16, 2024 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
When registering you will have the option to select all dates or only the dates you choose to attend.
Day 1 - Tier 1 Systems 1/17/2024
Day 2 - Classroom PBIS 2/6/24
Day 3 - PBIS Data Reports 3/8/24
Day 4 - Expect Respect Bully Prevention 4/16/24
All sessions are from 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM, ONLINE
Further description for each session date can be found in the details section of the event page or at 'View Details' on the registration form.
Registration open through 4/15/2024 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Day 1: Tier 1 PBIS Systems/Basics: This session is the 1st in the Tier 1 PBIS Series. Parts of the PBIS framework covered are administrative support/commitment, PBIS team operations, developing and teaching behavior expectations, and school-wide acknowledgment systems. Cultural responsiveness and student voice are embedded into the PBIS framework.
Day 2: Classroom PBIS: The 2nd session in the Tier 1 series focuses on classroom management. Six essential features of classroom PBIS are teaching expectations, using high rates of opportunities to respond, teaching classroom procedures, active supervision, classroom reward systems, and procedures for responding to problem behaviors, including the difference between major and minor infractions. Strategies for providing classroom management support for teachers will also be discussed.
Day 3: PBIS Data Reports: The 3rd session in the Tier 1 series focuses on creating PBIS data reports. The training will demonstrate the process of generating monthly PBIS data reports from the school's office discipline and suspension data. The session will also introduce the MiStar Classroom Module as a method for collecting classroom discipline data. The second half of the session will focus on data analysis and effectively using the school's discipline data to select targeted interventions and create action plans. The intended audience for this training are school personnel, including administrators, who are involved in their school's PBIS team and will be completing the monthly data report.
Day 4: Expect Respect Bully Prevention: The 4th session in the Tier 1 series is Expect Respect. This program provides research-based strategies for reducing student on student harassment and bullying behaviors. Expect Respect aligns perfectly with a school's Tier 1 PBIS expectations. Four simple strategies are taught to students including stop-walk-talk and be an upstander, not a bystander.
**These sessions will feature PBIS exemplar schools from Wayne County who will demonstrate how they use PBIS strategies within their daily school operations. Specific interventions related to each topic will be highlighted and participants will learn how to apply these interventions from other PBIS implementers.
Chris McEvoy; Kayrl Reynoso
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There is no cost for this event.
General SCECH: Hours - 0
Workshop Hours: 2-8