PBIS Meeting for BCPS Team Leaders and Coaches March 14, 2008 Oregon Ridge.

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  • PBIS Meeting for BCPSTeam Leaders and Coaches

    March 14, 2008Oregon Ridge

  • Welcome and Introductions

  • Maryland PBIS Partnership and Collaboration

  • Three-Tiered Model for Prevention and Intervention: Behavior Supports Academics1-5%1-5%5-10%5-10%80-90%80-90%

  • SYSTEMSPRACTICESDATASupportingStaff BehaviorSupportingDecisionMakingSupportingStudent BehaviorProcess for Supporting Social Competence and Academic AchievementOUTCOMES

    School-wideClassroomNon-classroomIndividualDefine behavior expectationsSpecify routinesTeachAcknowledgeCorrectFollow up and feedbackReinforcementGeneralizationOffice Discipline ReferralsStaff InputAcademic ProgressAttendance

  • Overview of PBIS Data for BCPS Schools

  • Baltimore County Schools Trained in PBIS72 Schools have been trained; currently 70 Schools are actively participating as PBIS schools

  • Percentage of Baltimore County PBIS Schools and Length of Time Implementing PBIS1st Year13%2nd Year21%3rd Year23%4th Year6%5th Year13%6th Year16%7th+ Year8%

  • Congratulations!

    All data was submitted on time for all BCPS schools!!!!

  • PBIS Supports Academic Achievement:PBIS Schools and Results of the Maryland School Assessments (MSA)Elementary School

    Middle School

  • Summary of MSA Results from 2003-2007 for PBIS Schools

  • Percent Change in MSA Scores from 2003-2007 for PBIS Schools vs. all BCPS Schools

  • How Does Behavior Support Academics?Improved behavior decreases office referrals and suspensions and increases instructional minutes

    Improved behavior makes instructional minutes more effective

    Improved behavior creates a climate that is calm and conducive to learning

  • Spring ActivitiesImplementation Phases Inventory (IPI)Due by April 10School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET)Scheduled in the springBenchmarks of Quality (BOQ)Due by May 15Staff SurveyCompleted online by school staffPrepare for Summer Institute

  • Implementation Phases Inventory (IPI)Features of PBIS are listed, defined, and scored to obtain scores in the following categories:Preparation Phase (10 items)Initiation Phase (15 items)Implementation Phase (12 items)Maintenance Phase ( 7 items)Percentage of the 36 Critical Elements is also calculated

  • Implementation Phases Inventory (IPI)ProceduresObtain via email your fall version of the IPIRecord spring scores on the same formPreferably work with your team to completeOtherwise team leader and coach should collaborateSend completed IPI to Joey and Jerry BloomReview the results of fall and spring scores as well as the graphed results with your PBIS team

  • Implementation Phases Inventory (IPI)Sample School

  • Percentage of Baltimore County PBIS Schools and their Implementation Phases

  • Implementation Phases InventoryPercentage of Schools in each Phase by Elementary, Middle, and High Fall 2007

  • School-Wide Evaluation Tool (SET)Research quality tool for assessing Universal/School-wide PBISExternal person spends 2 hours at school reviewing documents, interviewing staff, and interviewing studentsPBIS is in place with a score of at least 80% total Measures 7 critical features of PBIS

  • Seven Critical Features of SETSeven critical features of PBIS listed, defined, and scored within SET: Behavioral Expectations DefinedBehavioral Expectations TaughtOn-Going System for Rewarding Behavioral ExpectationsSystem for Responding to Behavioral ViolationsMonitoring and Decision-MakingManagementDistrict-Level Support

  • School-Wide Evaluation Tool (SET)Interview with AdministratorInterviews with StaffInterviews with StudentsObservations of the BuildingReview of MaterialsPBIS Action Plan and School Improvement PlanLesson plans for PBIS expectationsCopy of office discipline referral formDocumented systems for rewarding students and dealing with behavioral violations

  • Benchmarks of Quality (BOQ)BOQ reflects the team members perceptions as well as an objective measure based on standardized criteriaEach team member completes the BOQUsing the tally sheet the team determines the response most frequently givenThese responses are compared with the score obtained by the coach using a rubric for scoringThe team evaluates the schools strengths and weaknesses to prepare for action planning

  • Benchmarks of Quality (BOQ) Measures:PBIS TeamFaculty CommitmentEffective Procedures for Dealing with DisciplineData Entry & Analysis Plan EstablishedExpectations & Rules DevelopedReward/Recognition Program EstablishedLesson Plans for Teaching Expectations/RulesImplementation PlanCrisis PlanEvaluation

  • Benchmarks of Quality (BOQ)

    Due Date by May 15

    Coaches submit BOQ to Joey Parr electronically

  • Staff SurveyEach school is encouraged to conduct the staff survey annually in the springOnline version or paper versionEvery school has an access codeDirections will be providedConsider how to monitor participation and complianceOnline version allows schools to compare multiple year reports

  • Staff Survey

    Due Date by end of school year

    Use information when developing your PBIS Action Plan

  • PBIS Summer InstituteBCPS will sponsor a PBIS Summer Institute for returning teams on July 16 and July 17 at SEPHOne of these days will be for elementary schools and one of the days will be for secondary schoolsSchools are encouraged to schedule additional planning time in their schools during the summer to develop annual action plans

  • PBIS Summer Institute

    Volunteers for speakers????

  • Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in Baltimore County Schools


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