The PBIS Compendium

Resources compiled by the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Facilitators of the Special School District of St. Louis County

Presentations 2015-2016

Presentations 2015-2016

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DATE TITLE/LOCATION DESCRIPTION
3/2/16 Supporting Positive Behavior Development: Behavior 101; Hazelwood Central Office In this session participants have the opportunity to explore their childs behavioral development, function of behavior, and begin to develop strategies to proactively support challenging behavior at home, school and in the community. Additional Links: https://goo.gl/BrRYbP
2/26/16 Poster Session: Designing and Comprehensive, Integrated, Three-tiered (Ci3T) Models of Prevention in St. Louis; Moving Forward! Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavioral Disorders (MSLBD) In this poster, we describe one district’s journey in designing comprehensive, integrated, three-tiered (Ci3T) models of prevention. School-site teams engaged in a year-long professional learning series, with extensive coaching to assist teams in developing a Ci3T framework to meet students’ academic, behavioral, and social needs in an integrated fashion. Learnings from the 2014-2015 series will also be presented.
2/22/16 Building Upon Classroom Supports; Wyland Elementary; Ritenour School District
This session is a follow up to a session presented in October focused on how to build classroom supports to intervene with low level problem behaviors. Information provided included understanding of function of behavior, behavior specific praise and a self-assessment using a Universal Checklist. Additional Links: https://www.tes.com/lessons/-AquY7-7_fIreQ/building-upon-classroom-supports
2/18/16 Problem-Solving with Function in Mind; Webster Groves District Leadership Team This session provides an overview of the Problem Solving with Function in Mind intervention for Tier 2/3 Supports.
2/8/2016 PBIS: Leadership in Implementing SWPBIS in Normandy Collaborative; Normandy School District Leadership is a driver for SWPBIS Implementation and is necessary to create environments that are safe, predicable, consistent and positive
1/15/16 PBIS Tier 1: Building Classroom Support Part 2; Lusher Elementary; Hazelwood School District Action plan development linked to Universal Checklist and Low Intensity Classroom Strategies
1/15/16 Self Management Strategies; Brentwood School District This one hour session provides information about Self-Management and especially the strategy of Self-Monitoring to support students K-12.
1/15/16 Culturally Responsive Classroom; Brentwood School District In this exploratory one hour session, individuals will consider behaviors and decision states that become vulnerable decision points and use this information to identify a neutralizing routine when it occurs.
1/15/16

Universal Classroom Strategies for Behavior/Social Emotional; Brentwood School District

This one hour session will share classroom strategies that can support all students in all levels (elementary/secondary). Resources and examples are embedded in the power point so individuals and teams can go back to further explore and utilize the strategies.
1/12/16 Problem Solving with Function in Mind; 5th Grade Center; Ladue School District This session provides an overview of the Ci3T and how the Problem Solving with Function in Mind process can fit within the Ci3T framework. This process is a guided, structured conversation which supports teams as they walk through the problem solving model. The interventions developed are based on the function of the student's behavior and data is used to determine their effectiveness. Additional Links: http://pbiscompendium.ssd.k12.mo.us/images/Tier2_3/ProblemSolving/FillablePSwFunc.pdf
1/4/16 PBIS: A Refreshing Look; Shenandoah Valley Elementary, Parkway School District This session was designed by the PBIS team to support the whole staff (teachers, custodians, TAs...) in reviewing PBIS and providing input on expectations and procedures.
1/4/16 Normandy:
1/4/16 Normandy Kindergarten Center and Jefferson Elementary: Respectful and Responsible Ways of Responding to
Challenging Behavior
This session focuses on respectful and responsible strategies in order to respond to challenging behavior while maintaing an instructional approach to address behavior and discipline.
1/4/16 PBIS Tier 1: Classroom Strategies;
Lucas Crossing, Normandy School District
1/4/16 Normandy:
11/9/15 PBIS Tier 1 Getting Started; Normandy KND Center
11/9/15 Implementing Effective Interventions with Student Outcomes in Mind, MSCA 15 Are your interventions effective? Do you know what data to collect to determine positive student outcomes? This session focuses on how school counselors can use data to identify students who need supports and explore tools for documenting intervention effectiveness. 
11/8/15

Cool Tech Tools for the 21st Century Comprehensive School Counselor, MSCA 2015

This session focuses on ways to integrate technology into a Comprehensive School Counseling Program. Ten tools are introduced that can be used within the direct and indirect services school counselors provide.
11/2/15 Data Collection Tools; Ferguson-Florissant, District Wide The focus of this session is to provide participants with information on ways to collect data including both ABC data and baseline/intervention data for the target and/or replacement behavior. Participants will also learn about how to determine function of behavior from the data that is collected.
11/2/15 PBIS Tier 1: Building Classroom Support; Lusher Elementary; Hazelwood School District Provides teachers with the Universal Checklist to support in developing an engaging classroom environment and allows teachers to self-assess classroom systems and practices. Low intensity interventions like Behavior Specific Praise (BSP) is provided as a means for teachers to increase the likelihood of desired behaviors occuring more often in the future.
10/30/15 PBIS: Tier 3: Problem Solving with Function in Mind Day 2; Riverview Gardens School District This session is a follow up to Day 1 of Problem Solving with Function in Mind. During this session, participants bring a process that they have facilitated since Day 1. The session goes through the process and addresses strenghts of the process and what might need continued practice.
10/16/15 PBIS Tier 1: Building Classroom Support; Wyland Elementary; Ritenour School District This session focuses on how to build classroom supports to intervene with low level problem behaviors. Information provided includes understanding of function of behavior, behavior specific praise and a self-assessment using a Universal Checklist.
10/13/15 PBIS:Tier 2/3 - Screening Data Analysis and Intervention Planning In this session, participants learn a process of analyzing screening data for the purpose of evaluating overall risk within a building or district, and for student identification for those needing additional support beyond Tier 1. Processes are based on the newly-published text, Systematic Screenings of Behavior to Support Instruction: From Preschool to High School (Lane, Menzies, Oakes, and Kalberg, The Guilford Press, 2012). Additional Links:  http://www.scoop.it/t/universal-screening
10/12/15 PBIS Tier 1: PBIS in the Classroom; Normandy School District
10/12/15 PBIS: Tiers 1, 2, & 3: School-wide PBIS Tiered Fidelity Inventory; Normandy School District This presentation provides an overview of the Tiered Fidelity Inventory, with information on how to administer with a school team and use the data for continuous systems improvement.
10/7/15 PBIS: Tier 3: Problem Solving with Function in Mind Day 1; Riverview Gardens School District This session shares with participants the Problem Solving with Function in Mind process. This process is a guided, structured conversation which supports teams as they walk through the problem solving model. The interventions developed are based on the function of the student's behavior and data is used to determine their effectiveness. The process is based on two meetings using a Plan Do Study Act model.
9/29/15 Tier 3: Preventing and Responding to Learning and Behavior Problems: A Collaborative Approach between General and Special Education Communities; MOCASE 2015 Support inclusive programming for all students. Organizing for Tier 3 Intensive Interventions (FABI, RENEW, Wraparound). Build school-site capacity to assist students for whom primary prevention efforts are insufficient, by learning how to design, implement, and evaluate rigorous functional assessment-based interventions using a systematic approach.
9/18/15 Universal Screening in a Multi-tiered System of Support; Riverview Gardens School District This session provides an overview and rationale of universal screening for behavior, an exploration of various screening tools, and strategies to connect this practice with families and community partners.  Additional Links: http://www.scoop.it/t/universal-screening
9/4/15 PBIS Tier 1; Brentwood Middle School, Brentwood School District
8/28/15 Problem Solving with Function in Mind, Nipher MS, Kirkwood School District Training on how what is Problem Solving with Function in Mind and how to conduct the process. All staff will learn the process by completing a planning conversation while working in small groups during training.
8/11/15 Normandy Schools Collaborative Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports In Partnership with SSD Planning and Development; District Wide This session will share history of PBIS in the school district and a process to start developing school wide expectations, teaching, and acknowledgement practices in order to build a collaborative culture
8/7/15 PBIS Tier 1; Brentwood Middle School, Brentwood School District The focus of this session was an overview of how to implement the essential features of PBIS within a Middle School. 
6/10/15 Comprehensive Integrated Three-Tiered Model of Prevention and Intervention- Integrating RTI and SW-PBS MO-SW PBS Summer Institute June 2015

The focus of this session is to address academic, behavioral, and social domains in tandem through a Comprehensive, Integrated Three-tiered (CI3T) Model of Prevention. As part of this integrated approach, screening and assessment systems are put in place to support early detection efforts across the pre-K through 12th grade continuum as well as accurate assessment of student performance over time. Participants will learn a systems for proactively responding to identified students needs to increase academic, behavioral, and social success.  Additional Links: https://goo.gl.NsKrf5

6/12/15 Tier 3: Preventing and Responding to Learning and Behavior Problems: A Collaborative Approach between General and Special Education Communities; MO PBS Summer Institute 2015 Support inclusive programming for all students. Organizing for Tier 3 Intensive Interventions (FABI, RENEW, Wraparound). Build school-site capacity to assist students for whom primary prevention efforts are insufficient, by learning how to design, implement, and evaluate rigorous functional assessment-based interventions using a systematic approach.

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