University of Vermont

The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)

BEST: Building Effective Support For Teaching Students With Behavioral Challenges

A person runningBEST/MTSS Summer Institute 2017

Strand D

Refresher in VTPBiS Features

VTPBIS State Trainers

Prerequisites:

Teams from currently implementing VTPBiS Schools are eligible to attend this training.  It is recommended that VTPBiS schools attend this strand if they are experiencing common implementation dips such as loss of momentum, low implementation fidelity, and high rates of staff and/or administrator turnover.  For schools previously trained in PBIS but are no longer implementing PBIS, please contact your State TA to determine if this strand is the best option for your school.

Description:

This strand will serve as a review of PBIS data, systems, and practices across the tiers within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS). Participants will learn about common implementation dips and the latest and greatest practical strategies for overcoming implementation fatigue. Participants will learn how to analyze their own data for increased fidelity of implementation and improved student outcomes, develop a maintenance plan for revitalization and continuance improvement, and walk away with a “tool-kit” of strategies and skills necessary to support new staff in PBIS features. This strand will differentiate activities based on individual school need and school data.     

Who should attend?

VTPBiS leadership teams including School Coordinator and Administrator or SU/SD Coordinator and representatives of other staff members. Wondering if this strand is for you? Contact Amy Wheeler-Sutton at amy.wheeler-sutton@uvm.edu.

Pre-Readings:

Check back after May 15th.

Materials:

http://www.uvm.edu/~cdci/best/?Page=AllPresentationMaterials2017.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

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