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MO SW-PBS Handbook (2019-2020)
The MO SW-PBS Handbook provides the foundational knowledge required to implement SW-PBS at all three tiers.
Tier 1 Implementation Guide (2019-2020)
The Tier 1 Implementation Guide provides step by step instructions for implementing SW-PBS at Tier 1

Listed below is a comprehensive list of MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Resources. Download a full copy of the 2018-2019 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.

2018-2019 TIER 1 WORKBOOK
MO SW-PBS Schools have a positive, proactive and instructional approach to discipline. When all staff share in a proactive instructional approach, all school settings are more predictable and supportive of appropriate student behavior.

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1.0 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Workbook Ch 1 Common PhilosophyCommon Philosophy and Purpose chapter from the MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.
1.1 Essential Components Key PointsChart to summarize the key points about each MO SW-PBS Essential Component.
1.2 Antecedent or Consequence ActivityDetermining Antecedent or Consequence activity worksheet.
1.3 Tier 1 Universal Support ChecklistChecklist that includes the skills and products that are pivotal to MO SW-PBS Tier 1 implementation.
1.4 Blank Action PlanMO SW-PBS Tier 1 Action Plan template for Tier 1 Team use.
1.5 Tier 1 Artifacts RubricRubric for assessing Tier 1 systems and practices.

Successful school improvement efforts share one commonality–strong leadership. MO SW-PBS schools depend on a supportive administrator, a strong leadership team, and at least 80% of staff commitment and active engagement to successfully implement SW-PBS.

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2.0 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Workbook Ch 2 LeadershipLeadership chapter from the MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.
2.1 Blank Team AgendaSample Tier 1 Team Agenda template.
2.2 Team Roles and ResponsibilitiesDescriptions of Tier 1 Team roles and corresponding responsibilities.
2.3 Blank Communication PlanForm used to help teams develop a plan to communicate to various stakeholders.
2.4 Blank Working Smarter TemplateForm used to identify all current initiatives or improvement efforts specifically related to improved outcomes for students.

MO SW-PBS Schools identify 3-5 broad expectations and define these expectations with specific behaviors in schoolwide, non-classroom, and classroom settings. This provides staff with a common and consistent language.

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3.0 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Workbook Ch 3 Clarifying Clarifying Expected Behavior chapter from the MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.
3.1 Example Preschool MatrixExample preschool level matrix of schoolwide expectations and behaviors/rules.
3.2 Example Elementary MatrixExample elementary level matrix of schoolwide expectations and behaviors/rules.
3.3 Example High School MatrixExample high school level matrix of schoolwide expectations and behaviors/rules.
3.4 Some Valued Behaviors and AttitudesList of valued behaviors and attitudes that can be used when selecting 3-5 schoolwide expectations.
3.5 Determining Weighted VoteTool for figuring weighted vote.
3.6 Blank MatrixBlank matrix template for team use.
3.7 Discussion Notes to Engage StaffStructured format for deciding plan to engage staff in development of schoolwide expectations and behaviors/rules.
3.8 Blank Non-Classroom Procedures TemplateStructured format for deciding what non-classroom procedures need to be reviewed and who will be involved in that review.
3.9 Considerations for Classroom ProceduresStructured format for deciding what classroom procedures need to be reviewed and who will be involved in that review.

Students must be directly taught expected behaviors. MO SW-PBS Schools develop systems to effectively and efficiently teach students these behaviors on an ongoing basis.

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4.0 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Workbook Ch 4 TeachingTeaching Expected Behavior chapter from the MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.
4.1 Sample Preschool Lesson: Following DirectionsExample preschool level lesson plan on Responsibility – Following Directions.
4.2 Sample Elementary Lesson: Following DirectionsExample elementary level lesson plan on Responsibility – Following Directions.
4.3 Sample Middle School Lesson: Following Directions (Initial Teaching for Acquisition)Example middle school level acquisition lesson plan on Responsibility – Following Directions.
4.4 Sample Middle School Lesson: Following Directions (Maintenance “Booster”)Example middle school level maintenance lesson plan on Responsibility – Following Directions.
4.5 Sample High School Lesson: Following Directions (Initial Teaching for Acquisition)Example high school level acquisition lesson plan on Responsibility – Following Directions.
4.6 Sample High School Lesson: Following Directions (Maintenance “Booster”)Example middle school level maintenance lesson plan on Responsibility – Following Directions.
4.7 Sample Elementary Cafeteria Procedures Lesson PlanElementary cafeteria procedures lesson plan example.
4.8 Sample Secondary Cafeteria Procedures Lesson Plan (Initial Teaching for Acquisition)Secondary cafeteria procedures acquisition lesson plan example.
4.9 Sample Secondary Cafeteria Procedures Lesson Plan (Maintenance “Booster”)Secondary cafeteria procedures maintenance lesson plan example.
4.10 Blank Acquisition Lesson Plan TemplateBlank acquisition lesson plan template for team use.
4.11 Blank Maintenance “Booster” Lesson Plan TemplateBlank maintenance lesson plan template for team use.
4.12 Teaching ScheduleExample year-long teaching schedule that allows for decisions to be made based on data.

Students need specific positive feedback and reinforcement in order to learn and maintain appropriate behavior. MO SW-PBS Schools develop and implement systems that encourage all adults to provide all students with high rates of specific positive feedback for appropriate behavior.

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5.0 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Workbook Ch 5 EncouragingEncouraging Expected Behavior chapter from the MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.
5.1 Specific Positive Feedback Role playRole play to assist staff in gaining fluency in providing specific positive feedback.
5.2 Description of Schoolwide System for Encouraging Expected BehaviorDescription of a schoolwide continuum for encouraging expected behavior.
5.3 Example Schoolwide System to Encourage Expected Behavior in High SchoolExample of a system for encouraging expected behavior in high school.
5.4 Blank Schoolwide System to Encourage Expected Behavior BlankTemplate to assist schools in developing a continuum for encouraging expected behaviors.
5.5 Blank Frequency and Type of Student Interactions ObservationA tool for monitoring the ratio of specific positive feedback to corrective or negative interractions.

MO SW-PBS Schools develop standard procedures for responding to inappropriate student behavior. These procedures help staff avoid overreacting to inappropriate behaviors, avoid unnecessary exclusion of students from the learning environment, add an instructional component to address inappropriate behavior, and create predictable environments for students.

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6.0 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Workbook Ch 6 DiscouragingDiscouraging Inappropriate Behavior chapter from the MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.
6.1 Blank Office Managed BehaviorsBlank template for defining office managed behaviors
6.2 Preschool Office Behavioral ReportExample preschool level office behavioral report.
6.3 Elementary Office Discipline Referral FormExample elementary level office discipline referral form.
6.4 High School Office Discipline Referral FormExample high school level office discipline referral form.
6.5 Indirect and Direct Strategies to Discourage Minor Inappropriate BehaviorContinuum of strategies  for discouraging classroom  managed (minor) behaviors.
6.6 Inappropriate Behaviors Strategy Role PlayActivity to assist staff  in developing fluency in using indirect and  direct strategies  for  discouraging classroom managed behaviors.
6.7 Blank Minor Infractions LogSample template for monitoring classroom managed (minor) behaviors.
6.8 Example Schoolwide System to Discourage Inappropriate Behavior FlowchartExample flowchart describing school procedures for discouraging inappropriate behaviors.
6.9 Example Behavior Intensity Levels ChartExample table that describes school procedures for discouraging inappropriate behaviors based on the intensity of the behavior.
6.10 A-B-C Blank TemplateA-B-C chart for working through antecedents and consequences when inappropriate behavior occurs.

The efficient and effective collection and use of data to drive decision making is key to successful implementation of SW-PBS. MO SW-PBS Schools use data to make important decisions that target adult actions to address student needs. Data is used to monitor student outcomes and implementation fidelity.

Directions for the new School Climate Survey for  students.

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7.0 MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Workbook Ch 7 MonitoringOngoing Monitoring chapter from the MO SW-PBS Tier 1 Team Workbook.
7.1_Data Collection At-A-GlanceSummary of all MO SW-PBS Data Collection Tools with the purpose of each.
7.2_Tier 1–Universal Supports Data Collection, Reporting, Analysis and Action PlanningTool to action plan systems for collecting and analyzing common SW-PBS data sources.
7.3_ Blank Missouri Data Based Decision Making Model FormGuide for using office discipline referral data for making  schoolwide decisions.
7.4_Blank Solution PlanGuide used in  conjunction with Missouri Data Based Decision Making Form for selecting evidence based practices to improve student behavior, based on analysis of office discipline referral data.
7.5_Missouri Middle School Big 5 ODR ReportExample Big 5 ODR Report.
7.6_Questions to Ask After Focus Areas Are SelectedQuestions to guide analysis of focus problem.
7.7 Big 5 GeneratorExcel Spreadsheet that provides summary monthly and cumulative Big 5 Data charts. Provides information for teams to make simple problem statements.  
7.8 Per Day GeneratorExcel Spreadsheet calculator to determine median rate of ODRs by school grade configuration and building enrollment.
7.9 Data Collection ToolExcel Spreadsheet for monitoring school-wide ODR data. Includes Big 5 charts, individual student dashboard, and the capacity for drill down.