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02. Improving School-wide Outcome from a Remodeled PBIS Program with an ... | PBIS 2023

02. Improving School-wide Outcome from a Remodeled PBIS Program with an ... | PBIS 2023

01/23/2024
00:53:54 minutes
02. Improving School-wide Outcome from a Remodeled PBIS Program with an Alt. Education Program Join this fun, fast-paced, and interactive session as PBIS Team members from Community School East (AEDY Program outside of Pittsburgh, PA) expound upon their creative and innovative Tier 1 (Fun Friday; Pop Ups; Weekly Check Ins; Restorative Practices; and Sweet 16 Tickets) and Tier 2 (STAR Check-In; 20/20/20 - Reflection/Visual Learning & Connections/Character Education & Practice; and Advance to Fun Friday Passes) practices, interventions, and progress monitoring methods!

02. Integrating SWPBIS and Olweus Anti-Bullying

06/28/2013
01:06:20 minutes
This session features how McKinley Elementary School integrated PBIS and the Olweus Anti-Bullying Program. By finding the nexus between the two programs, McKinley was able to leverage the structures of PBIS and Olweus to proactively reduce bullying behaviors. Interventions provided through both frameworks provided a supportive foundation to improve school climate and culture. The strategies utilized to forge this connection will be shared during this session.
03. Equitable PBIS Practices to Support Neurodiverse Early Childhood Learners | PBIS 2023

03. Equitable PBIS Practices to Support Neurodiverse Early Childhood Learners | PBIS 2023

01/23/2024
00:56:47 minutes
An estimated 20% of the population is neurodiverse, yet most early childhood classrooms are not consistently accessible to all learners. These non-academic barriers impact school success due to delays in social-emotional learning. We will explore real-life implementation of inclusive strategies with specific examples and visuals and identify how to implement them in the classroom as well as partnering with families to increase equitable and inclusive practices and thus school success.
04. Integrating Restorative Practices in MTSS | PBIS 2023

04. Integrating Restorative Practices in MTSS | PBIS 2023

01/23/2024
00:50:27 minutes
Restorative Practices are proactive strategies that focus on building relationships and community within school settings and can be integrated into existing MTSS systems. This session will guide participants in establishing restorative practices through a coaching process. Specific case examples will be provided.
05. Doing More with Less: Increasing Incentives, Fundraising, and School Spirit | PBIS 2023

05. Doing More with Less: Increasing Incentives, Fundraising, and School Spirit | PBIS 2023

00:54:25 minutes
Are you a school who is struggling to establish a successful PBIS program due to lack of funds or staff buy-in? It’s time to do more with less. Implementing an all-encompassing program, such as PBIS, can be difficult! Don’t let that stop you from finding new ways to reach every student school-wide! Learn how to overcome common obstacles such as budget restraints, teacher/staff buy-in, incentivizing and reaching/maintaining Tier 1 status. We did more with less and so can you!
06. Check-In/Check Out & Tier 2: Ready-to-Go Resources to Increase Self-Efficacy | PBIS 2023

06. Check-In/Check Out & Tier 2: Ready-to-Go Resources to Increase Self-Efficacy | PBIS 2023

01/23/2024
00:58:15 minutes
You will be provided with tools to supplement evidence -based multi-tiered systems of support for Tier 2 students through the use of (CICO). Participants will leave with evidence-based programming knowledge, resources ready for implementation according to your needs, and a timeline for successful implementation. You will leave with copies of digital documents via Google Drive to calculate automatically and analyze student data/progress based on individual student goals.
07. PBIS Reinforce and Refresher Ideas for Students & Staff | PBIS 2023

07. PBIS Reinforce and Refresher Ideas for Students & Staff | PBIS 2023

01/23/2024
00:53:20 minutes
Session will present creative ways to refresh students on PBIS expectations and reinforce following school rules, discuss ideas on encouraging staff to feel renewed as well as ideas for fundraising ideas.
08. Better Bus Behavior: Tier 1 and 2 Solutions | PBIS 2023

08. Better Bus Behavior: Tier 1 and 2 Solutions | PBIS 2023

01/23/2024
00:40:49 minutes
How can we better manage bus behavior? Valley View Elementary has successfully tackled this question using a multi-tiered system of supports. Through an interactive presentation, attendees will learn how to decrease bus referrals and will leave with simple ideas to implement into their own community of learning right away. Discover Tier 1 initiatives to seamlessly incorporate into any existing PBS program, and a Tier 2 intervention that only requires one faculty member.
09. Their Voice - Enhancing Student Voice in PBIS | PBIS 2023

09. Their Voice - Enhancing Student Voice in PBIS | PBIS 2023

01/23/2024
00:58:48 minutes
Audition Time! Welcome to Joe Walker’s presentation of “Their Voice”. This episode takes you from blind auditions through the finale, weaving in the essentials of student voice into PBIS. The students on our team shine on stage as they dazzle you with their leadership skills. This act will make you push the button and turn your PBIS chair around! Join us to learn our framework which relies on incorporating student voice for a successful PBIS implementation.

1. Focus on the Moments! (Opening Keynote)

08/15/2017
01:13:12 minutes
Consider that there are 23,363 schools using Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. That is approximately 11,762,345 students receiving supports within a PBIS framework (pbis.org). Each student attends approximately 180 days per school year which translates to 950 hours or 57,000 minutes of instruction (www.centerforpubliceducation.org). This equates to 670,453,665,000 moments per student per year. Education is a profession with challenges and demands every minute; a high rate of decision-making every minute; and, high stakes. In each moment, we have the opportunity to improve the likelihood of our students’ and educators’ success. If we have a bad moment, we can turn that moment around and make the next moment better! Let’s make every moment count!