BEST: Building Effective Support For Teaching Students With Behavioral Challenges
BEST/MTSS Summer Institute 2017
VTPBiS Universal Training
VTPBiS State Trainers
School teams must have completed the following activities to be eligible to attend this training:
- Intent to Implement Application (including Readiness Checklist)
- View First Steps Module Series
- Completion of PBIS Pre-Assessment Data Tools (SAS & SET)
- PBIS Universal Level Coordinators must participate in a brief orientation webinar on April 11, 2017. Visit http://uvmcdci.adobeconnect.com/e4puz1l5v2l/event/registration.html for more information.
Eligible School Leadership Teams will be supported with content and facilitation needed to complete their PBIS School-wide Implementation Plan within a Multi-tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework. Teams will prepare for PBIS roll-out to staff, students, and family members. School Leadership Teams will:
• Finalize the school-wide system needed for PBIS implementation
• Develop 3-5 positively-stated school-wide behavioral expectations
• Establish a system for acknowledging students at the individual, classroom, and school-wide levels
• Create lessons for teaching school-wide expectations
• Develop consistent practices and procedures for responding to minor and major behavior problems
• Plan a system for collecting and reporting school-wide data for use in decision-making
Who should attend?
School leadership teams consisting of representative members from the school including a building principal or assistant principal, Supervisory Union/Supervisory District coordinator and school-based PBIS coordinator. Wondering if this strand is for you? Contact Amy Wheeler-Sutton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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