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31. Equitable Disciplinary Practices: How to Inform Culturally Sustaining PBIS

00:59:07 minutes
Currently engaging in year three, eight collaborating local education agencies are developing materials to encourage culturally sustaining disciplinary practices. Time will be spent sharing outcomes as well as critical issues such as bias, racial anxiety, and stereotype threat and interventions that increase proportionate disciplinary practices.

33. Recognition: The Power of Feedback in a Multi-Tiered System of Support

00:50:36 minutes
Wescosville Elementary School will share how effective feedback to change behavior is a critical component in a Multi-Tiered System of Support. Specifically, this session will provide the nuts and bolts of establishing a powerful system of recognition. The team will also share the challenges and successes of maintaining the value of their SOAR tickets and how it is one component in the overall implementation of SWPBIS.

34. Supporting Infants and Toddlers with Program-Wide PBIS

01:19:45 minutes
For infant and toddler classrooms in program-wide PBIS centers, the focus is all about what the adults are doing to support the children. This session will highlight strategies from several PBIS facilitators and coaches that bring the principles of PBIS to our youngest children.

35. Systematic Behavior Screening Tools: Taking Data-Based Decisions One Step Further

01:12:29 minutes
This session will demonstrate how to use systematic screening data in conjunction with other data collected as part of regular school practices to inform intervention efforts in schools. Specifically, the presenters will illustrate how to analyze screening data within Comprehensive, Integrated, Three-Tiered (CI3T) models of prevention to inform primary, Tier 1 intervention efforts, low-intensity, teacher-level supports, and Tier 2 and Tier 3 efforts for whom primary prevention efforts are insufficient.

35. You Rock - SWPBS Start Up

00:53:24 minutes
At Main Street Elementary School, We ROCK. Let our team share how we started from scratch developing our SWPBS program. Team members will discuss creating a dynamic core team, developing a MATRIX, and celebrating high frequency reinforcement. We will share experiences with schools who want to jump into SWPBS.

36. Urban Voice: Philadelphia PBIS Implementation

00:54:54 minutes
The School District of Philadelphia has built model schools that address barriers common in urban settings. Three model schools will showcase elements of their PBIS system, including addressing student voice through the use of PBIS student councils, building strong acknowledgements with low resources, and adopting strategies to build staff buy-in.

38. Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR) for Young Children in Real Life

01:11:12 minutes
Participants will be introduced to the process of the newly manualized Prevent-Teach-Reinforce for Young Children and listen to real life accounts of its success in a local PAPBS Network child care center.

38. Training Bus Drivers in PBIS Procedures

00:48:31 minutes
This session is designed to share the process of delivering training in PBIS to bus drivers. Discussion will include: Integrating the training with currently established PBIS methodology, securing administrative buy-in, the importance of a survey, user-friendly terminology, dealing with time constraints and scheduling, and progress monitoring.

39. Enjoy the Ride! Lancaster Head Start's Lessons Learned Along the Journey into PBIS!

00:58:49 minutes
This session will outline Lancaster Head Start’s journey in starting and maintaining fidelity to Pyramid Model and PW PBIS implementation. Topics discussed will include building the program’s Mental Health system; promoting staff buy-in and capacity building program-wide; professional development; and data collection and analysis for continued quality improvement.

4. Mapping and Action Planning at Tier 3: The Outcomes of RENEW

00:53:00 minutes
This session will focus on a Tier 3 evidence based practice for secondary age students. RENEW is an intervention built around the student strengths and self-determination. RENEW focuses on the dreams and goals of the student and developing individualized plans to stay in school and achieve those goals.