S E A R C H   
 
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Tutorial
 

High Need Students:


Individual Systems


Individual systems refer to specific supports for students who engage in chronic problem behavior.

Examples include:

  • a process exists for teachers to request assistance with a student
  • a student support team exists to receive referrals, identify and assess problems, collect data for use in decision making, identify action steps, communicate with family members
  • the student support team includes at least one individual skilled at conducting functional behavioral assessment
  • procedures and structures exist for integrating community-based resources in action planning and service delivery when necessary
  • behavior is monitored and feedback provided regularly to the student services team, relevant staff, and family members
  • formal opportunities exist for family members to receive training on behavioral support and positive parenting strategies

 


Activity:

Examine the procedures in your school for helping students who have, or at risk for, emotional and behavioral problems.

  • How do teachers at your school request assistance?
  • Is there a formal structure for how assistance is provided?
  • How does the student support team function?
  • How are community-based resources integrated into the planning process and service delivery?
  • Who on your school staff coordinates these efforts?
  • How are family members integrated into the planning and service delivery process?
  • What recommendations would you make for improving the individual systems within your school?
  • Identify next steps for moving from recommendations to action.

 

 

Video Field Trip - Meet with a Student Support Team that include family and community representatives.

 

 


 

 

 


Website designed and hosted by CTE, Copyright 2004

 

 

 
PBIS in Maryland
Phase I: Getting Ready
Phase II: Implementing
Phase III: Sustaining
High Need Students
What is PBIS?
Acknowledgements