8 PBIS Success Stories

8 PBIS Success Stories

Posted on 08 Apr 2013 in PBIS, School Behavior, Special Education, Student Behavior | 0 comments

PBIS is not about Effort – it’s about Outcomes! We are fortunate that eight schools in Arizona received PBIS recognition for achievement and outcomes in 2013. These schools submitted proof that they were implementing either Tier 1 or Tier 1-3 with high fidelity (as measured by nationally approved evaluations) and that their efforts resulted in […]

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7 Alternatives to Seclusion and Restraint

Posted on 26 Mar 2012 in Intervention, list, PBIS, School Behavior, Special Education | 0 comments

(Oops – written 9/26/11 and never posted due to technical errors!) Is Restraint/Secluson a Problem in School? Eight to ten students die each year due to restraints or seclusion in school. This fact was presented by Joe Ryan (Clemson University) and Michael Rozalski (Binghamton University) and backed up by research and evidence at a very […]

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Origins of PBIS and Other Myths

Posted on 19 Mar 2012 in Intervention, PBIS, School Behavior, Special Education | 0 comments

(Oops – written 9/26/11 but never posted due to technical errors) George Sugai (University of Connecticut) presented at #CCBD11 http://www.ccbd.net today and shared some very frank facts, myths, and a history of Positive Behavior Interventions and supports. Facts, by¬†George Dr. Sugai’s work in behavior supports began with students with behavioral disorders and trying to support […]

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5 Ways to Connect with Behavior Experts

Posted on 10 Aug 2011 in Classroom Behavior, Educational Technology, list, Special Education | 0 comments

My First Time I joined my first professional association as a student member (at a sweet discount rate) when I was completing my Masters degree in special education and have never ever ever regretted the decision. In fact, since that time I have joined more and currently belong to numerous professional organizations. I have also […]

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5 Ways to Connect with Behavior Experts

Posted on 10 Aug 2011 in Classroom Behavior, Educational Technology, Special Education | 0 comments

My First Time I joined my first professional association as a student member (at a sweet discount rate) when I was completing my Masters degree in special education and have never ever ever regretted the decision. In fact, since that time I have joined more and currently belong to numerous professional organizations. I have also […]

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