This course provides information on developing a new, shared, positive and proactive discipline philosophy that focuses on discipline as teaching.
This course describes the process for establishing a viable SW-PBS Leadership Team, the vital role of administrative leadership, and strategies to ensure full staff engagement.
This course provides information necessary for the development of schoolwide expectations and specific behaviors/rules that make up the building matrix.
This course describes the process for creating lesson plans, teaching schedules, and special activities and events that guide the ongoing teaching of expected behaviors.
This course provides information on the practices needed to build a comprehensive system to encourage and motivate students, as they learn and maintain expected behaviors.
This course provides information on the practices needed to build a comprehensive system to discouraging the full range of inappropriate behaviors.
This course describes the process for developing an effective process to analyze data and use this analysis for decision-making.
This course describes the MO SW-PBS 8 Effective Classroom Practices. These practices have been shown to increase the likelihood of appropriate behavior and decrease problem.
This course describes the components of effective professional learning (PL) and the development of a systematic process to identify individual and group needs related to SW-PBS implementation.
This course describes the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI), and the MO SW-PBS protocol for completion. The TFI is an efficient tool for teams to self-assess the fidelity of SW-PBS implementation.
This course assists teams in developing a SW-PBS Action Plan with essential goals and steps to create a system of support, and to implement that system with fidelity.