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An Intro to Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

An intro to PBIS and suggestions, tools, and strategies for implementing them in the classroom.

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Overview

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) can help reduce negative behaviors and promote emotional and academic well-being. These webinars provide an overview of what PBIS is along with suggestions, tools, and strategies for implementing this approach in your classroom.

Details

Subject: SimpleK12 Assignments
Categories: Classroom Management, Counseling, Learning Theories & Strategies

Contents

  • An Intro to Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS): An Intro and Overview
How frequently do negative behaviors interrupt learning in your classroom?more...
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS): Strategies and Assessments
Would you like to take a proactive approach that would help reduce negative behaviors, and contribute to the social, emotional, and academic well-being of your students?more...

Reviews (15)

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Spectacular!!
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I thought the behavioral contract that holds the student accountable was a very good idea to try.
 
Superfantastic!
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The pbisworld resource is golden.
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+5
 
We use PBIS in our school. This was an awesome assignment. This help keep me aware of some reasons students have behavior. Love some of the ideas.
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Thank you for the valuable PBIS information.
 
Great introduction. I appreciate the plethora of resources available through the PBIS website.
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I thought it was good because there is a actual site when are high school implements the program that I can go to and find answers based off of research.
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It was good to point out the difference between accommodations, interventions, and modifications.
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It really makes you think that some of those students have bad behavior because they feel that they don't socially fit in. Or maybe the schedule is off that day, or they need help getting organized.
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