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12. PBIS: Strengthening Your Early Childhood Foundation

00:39:36 minutes
This session will focus on Tier 1 of the Teaching Pyramid, specifically on nurturing and responsive relationships at the team level. Strategies will be shared through interactive learning activities. The framework will include information on promoting a positive school culture and climate to optimize engaged learning of all students in early childhood settings.

13. A Winning Approach to Year One SWPBS Implementation

00:42:10 minutes
Members of the West Chester Area School District will discuss Year One SWPBS implementation in their elementary school. The Mary C. Howse Elementary School SWPBS Core Team devised a unique and effective timeline for Tier 1 implementation in their K-5 school. We will share how MCH students Make exCellence Happen each and every day!

15. Implementing Data Driven Universal Support Through ClassDojo

00:55:39 minutes
In this session, presenters will share how they utilize ClassDojo to implement their universal support system. ClassDojo allows the PBS team to track progress of individual students or groups on any of their essential agreements. ClassDojo also provides data on teacher usage in order to ensure fidelity throughout the school.

15. Student Leadership: The Key to a Successful High School Implementation

00:52:34 minutes
Upper Darby staff will share how their student leadership group has been the key to getting student buy-in, creating an effective acknowledgement system, and creating events to support the school and the community. Students have played a major role in the development and execution of their Tier 1 plan.

16. Tips for Running an Effective Core Team Meeting and How It Impacts Implementation Success

00:49:59 minutes
This session will focus on the journey of Barrett Elementary over the past 6 years of SWPBIS implementation with a focus on how the core team maintains momentum through effective distribution of assignments. They will review core team meeting strategies, note taking, member roles, and daily operations of a functional team. There will be a focus on how the core team uses data to make decisions and how that data has changed the culture of their building. Resources and scheduling tips will also be shared.

17. The Long and Winding Road to…Interconnected Systems Framework

00:53:11 minutes
We had questions…What do we do with our screening data? What evidence based programs should we use? Who can help us implement these programs? We will share the answers that we found to help meet the needs of our students and strive to integrate with the mental health system.

18. Using GRIT and Growth Mindset in PBIS Programming

00:53:36 minutes
How do you inspire a school of almost 1500 middle school students & over 100 staff members? GRIT! This year, Beverly Hills Middle School is igniting a fire in their staff and students using Growth Mindset (C. Dweck) and GRIT (A. Duckworth), within their PBIS programming (all Tiers & parent outreach), to be better and achieve more.

19. We Are All in the Same Framework: SAP and PBIS Integration

00:44:14 minutes
In this interactive session, participants will explore how Student Assistance Program (SAP) can serve as a vehicle for work at Tier 2 and Tier 3 within a PBIS framework. Integration of each set of practices is an important consideration for teams with fiscal and time constraints. Presenters will describe essential components to consider as teams work toward a seamless system of supports. Participants will leave with a checklist to take back to their schools to improve blending efforts.

2. Promoting Culturally Responsive Behavior Management through PBIS: The Double Check Model

00:59:34 minutes
Culturally diverse students are disproportionately represented in special education programs and receive disproportionately high rates of office disciplinary referrals and suspensions. Research suggests that teachers require additional professional development on issues related to culturally responsive education in order to manage and understand the behaviors of culturally diverse students and to engage diverse learners in the curriculum. This session provides an overview of the Double Check (Bradshaw & Rosenberg, 2016) model, which is a framework for helping teachers and school staff to reflect on, and ultimately address, the following five core components associated with culturally responsive practices: Reflective Thinking, Authentic Relationship, and Connection to Curriculum, Effective Communication, and Sensitivity to Student’s Cultural and Situational Messages. The self-reflection process is facilitated through professional development and coaching, which help to increase awareness of one’s own cultural sensitivities.

2. Systems to Support Classroom PBIS

00:57:24 minutes
This session will preview a model for developing and implementing systems to support teachers’ implementation of classroom PBIS. Specifically, Dr. Simonsen will discuss critical systems features, describe a decision-making framework to guide implementation of systems features, and share examples of what systems may look like in practice.