According to the National Center's Professional Development Blueprint: Internal Coaches primarily serve as the link between the district SWPBS Initiative and the school team. Internal coaches serve as resources for the school team during PBIS meetings, point person between the school team and building administrator, point person between the District/Facilitator in regards to needed additional support, provide the PBIS leadership within the school building, and assist with problem solving.
We know that schools and districts need to constantly work at building capacity around all three tiers in order to sustain and maintian the work implemented. Below are resources that will support current and new coaches, administrators, and others to build their own capacity.
The SSD PBIS values communiation, skill development, celebrations, and transparency. The SSD PBIS Newsblast is one strategy we use throughout the year to share information.
Tier 1 Getting Started 2014-2015 Additional Resources can be found on this Google Site
Braiding Initiatives: PBIS and CHARACTERplus
Overview of PBIS
PBIS Participant Overview SS 2012
PBIS for Support Staff
Discipline Referral Powerpoint Presentation
PBIS on the Bus
PBIS for Transportation Support Staff
Below are power points that reference key systems and practices to focus on throughout the year. These presentations are to support leaders in communictating, teaching, and revieiwing universal content.
Tier 1: Classroom Mini Modules
Managing Challenging Behaviors
Missouri Classroom Effective Practices
Classroom Rules and Expectations: https://vimeo.com/83862637
Classroom Procedures and Routines: https://vimeo.com/103808835
Encouraging Expected Behavior in the Classroom: https://vimeo.com/83865414
Discouraging Inappropriate Behavior in the Classroom Part 1: https://vimeo.com/86149984
Discouraging Inappropriate Behavior in the Classroom Part 2: https://vimeo.com/groups/pbisvideos/videos/86155208
MO-SW-PBS: 3rd Annual Summer Institute
Three-Tiered Models/Evidence-Based Practices - Positive Behavior Supports June 23-25, 2008
Keynote: Extending an RTI Approach to School-Wide Behavior Support
Horner Breakout Session: Transforming Complexity into Practical Action
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