Learn how to unleash the power of student leadership to strengthen SW-PBS practices. Honoring student voice and empowering student leadership are powerful ways to teach and encourage expected behaviors, improve school climate and prevent bullying. Hear one school’s student team share their journey and describe how they develop SW-PBS lessons and videos for their middle school. Students will outline the planning process for incentives and celebrations held at school and describe their role as student ambassadors in the transfer student induction process. Receive resources and action steps to help with implementation in the fall.
Monitoring Implementation of Effective Classroom Practices
Joseph Moore, Teacher; Leanna Isaac, Counselor; North Elementary School, Jackson R-II School District; Cynthia Matthew, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, Southeast RPDC
Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application
Learn the processes used in one elementary school to monitor effective classroom practices, including the adjustments that have been made to the processes over time. Leave with a plan to monitor routine implementation of MO SW-PBS effective classroom practices.
Tiffany Hoerning, Brandi Ensor and Amanda Ohlhausen, Teachers; Dr Trish Wilson, Director; Field Early Childhood Center, Neosho R-V School District; Susanna Hill, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS
Tier 1 – Application
Receive an overview of Field Early Childhood Center’s SW-PBS program as well as their system for training new staff. Ideas for unconventional monthly training and data meetings will be shared. Learn how to use staff recognition and monthly incentives to foster a positive school climate as well as encourage staff buy-in. The ideas presented are appropriate for anyone who wants to bring new ideas to their SW-PBS program.