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3-6: Linking Up to Move On | 2023 PaPBS Coaches Day

3-6: Linking Up to Move On | 2023 PaPBS Coaches Day

00:56:56 minutes
Do you ever feel like you are on an island? Going it alone? Are you stagnant in your PBIS growth? This session will focus on leveraging connections to build networks and capacity across systems and tiers. PaPBS facilitators from IUs 8, 10, and 11 will share collaborative efforts that highlight PBIS in ACTion. This session will focus upon strategies used to increase and enhance the student voice in PBIS, team networking, and the administrator's role in the successful implementation of PBIS across the tiers.

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.

4. Mental Health Challenges and Disorders in Youth

00:55:54 minutes
This session will discuss mental health challenges and disorders including facts and statistics nationally and in Pennsylvania; typical adolescent development and risk factors; warning signs and symptoms; the impact of mental health challenges on education and Pennsylvania’s movement to address these issues.

40. Developing Capacity for Reflection: A Collaborative Approach

00:45:49 minutes
In this session, participants will learn about reflection and communication techniques - in individual and small group settings - to help delve deeper into school-wide positive behavior support data and systems. Participants will learn ways to foster these reflection strategies in their own SWPBS teams.

40. How Applied Behavior Analysis Shaped Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

01:21:49 minutes
The purpose of this session is to describe how Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has shaped and influenced PBIS practices, systems, data and outcomes. Sameness and differences will illustrate how and why PBIS and ABA should be integrative and collaborative.

43. Promoting Systems and Supports for All Students (Keynote Address)

00:29:08 minutes
Secretary Rivera will share highlights regarding work in which the PA Department of Education is engaged to promote whole-child/student success. Areas of focus will include the important role schools and community partners share in individualizing supports as well as recognizing the impact of trauma, removing barriers to accessing needed interventions, and building resilience to promote future success.

44. Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) Model: Process for Team Meetings and Data-Based Decision Making

01:05:49 minutes
This session will provide an overview of the recently updated TIPS model including strategies for effective team meetings and how to use data for decision making. Presenters will model how to use data to make decisions and facilitate practice with identifying a problem, developing a problem statement, intervention planning, and progress monitoring.