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Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Tutorial

High Need Students:



A system of school-wide behavioral interventions and supports may not be sufficient for managing the disruptive behavior of all students. In some instances, interventions focused on the needs of specific individuals may be necessary. In this session, you will learn how to expand the focus of your PBIS program from school-wide systems to individual systems, how to integrate student support teams with PBIS teams, and how to work collaboratively with family members and community-based specialists.


Upon completion of this module, you will be able to:

  • define what is meant by individual systems
  • understand functional behavioral assessment (FBA) as a tool to support behavior change for individual students
  • identify and access sources for information about best practice interventions for students who are at high risk for developing social-emotional and behavioral disorders or who may already exhibit at risk behaviors.
  • describe an organizational framework for creating a wrap-around service network for high need youngsters
  • describe critical features of an expanded PBIS team

Content Overview
A. Individual Systems
B. Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA)
C. Best practices for mental health prevention and treatment
D. Developing a wrap-around service model




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PBIS in Maryland
Phase I: Getting Ready
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Phase III: Sustaining
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