Promoting Positive Behavior In Schools

Promoting Positive Behavior In Schools

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PBIS Overview: Lawrence Co.

A look at district-wide PBIS system in Lawrence Co. School District

PBIS Overview: Pulaski Co.

A look at district-wide PBIS system in Pulaski Co. School District

PBIS: Overview: Washington Co.

A look at district-wide PBIS system in Washington Co. School District

Transportation

Efforts in Pulaski and Lawrence Co. to include bus drivers in PBIS training and implementation

Overview of PBIS

An overview of Positive Behavioral Supports and Interventions (PBIS) implementation in three Kentucky school districts: Lawrence, Pulaski, and Washington Counties

Teaching Expectations: Lawrence Co.

A look at how Lawrence Co. schools teach students behavior expectations

Teaching Expectations: Pulaski Co.

A look at how Pulaski Co. schools teach students behavior expectations

Teaching Expectations: Washington Co.

A look at how Washington Co. schools teach students behavior expectations

Acknowledgment & Recognition: Lawrence Co.

A look at the acknowledgment and recognition behavior systems in Lawrence Co. schools

Acknowledgment & Recognition: Pulaski Co.

A look at the acknowledgment and recognition behavior systems in Pulaski Co. schools

Acknowledgment & Recognition: Washington Co.

A look at the acknowledgment and recognition behavior systems in Washington Co. schools

Acknowledgment & Recognition

A look at the importance of acknowledging students when they are following expectations, from recognition to rewards

Building Strong Relationships

Importance of building strong adult-to-student relationships as a foundation to positive behavioral supports and interventions

Teaching Expectations

Importance of defining, teaching, and modeling behavioral expectations for students as part of a positive behavior system

General's Pride Club

A look at how Washington Co. Middle School uses a service-based model in a PBIS program

Data-Based Decisions

Using data to drive decision making as one of the major components of PBIS

PBIS and TPGES

How PBIS and PGES complement each other, particularly how a well-managed classroom is foundational to learning

De-escalation Strategy: Disruptive Behavior: Classroom

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate disruptive student behavior in a classroom setting

De-escalation Strategy: Disruptive Behavior: Cafeteria

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate disruptive student behavior in a cafeteria setting

De-Escalation Strategy: Fighting: Classroom

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate aggressive student behavior in a classroom setting

De-Escalation Strategy: Fighting: Hallway

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate aggressive student behavior in a hallway setting

De-Escalation Strategy: Non-Compliance: Classroom

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate non-compliant student behavior in a classroom setting

De-Escalation Strategy: Non-Compliance: Bus

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate non-compliant student behavior on a school bus

De-escalation Strategy: Provocative Behavior: Classroom

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate provocative student behavior in a classroom setting

De-escalation Strategy: Provocative Behavior: Hallway

Dramatization of how adult behavior can either escalate or de-escalate provocative student behavior in a hallway setting

Message from the Commissioner

Dr. Terry Holliday introduces the 2014 PBIS training.

Student Voices

Students talk about bullying at school. They share what they have personally experienced and what they have witnessed.

Principal's Perspective

Bryce Hibbard, principal of Southern High School in Louisville, Ky., talks about the challenges of preventing bullying in schools.

Addressing Cyber Bullying In Schools

Bryce Hibbard, principal of Southern High School in Louisville, Ky., talks about the increase cyber bullying incidents.

Physical Bullying I

Physical bullying scenario - student's ineffective response does not stop the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Teasing I

Teasing scenario - student's ineffective response does not stop the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Social Emotional Bullying I

Social emotional bullying scenario - student's ineffective response does not stop the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Cyber Bullying I

Cyber bullying scenario - student's ineffective response does not stop the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Proactive vs. Reactive Approaches to Bullying

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA-D, associate professor at Utah State University, is the author of the bullying prevention part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports curriculum. In this video, Dr. Ross talks about the benefits of taking a proactive approach to ending bullying behavior in schools.

Positive Results of Preventing Bullying

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA-D, associate professor at Utah State University, is the author of the bullying prevention part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports curriculum. In this video, Dr. Ross describes the positive effects of bullying prevention.

Components of Effective Bullying Prevention Strategies

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA-D, associate professor at Utah State University, is the author of the bullying prevention part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports curriculum. In this video, Dr. Ross describes the three components of effective bullying prevention.

Removing Peer Attention

A teacher uses a visual aide to illustrate the effect of peer attention on exacerbating bullying behavior. (Students roles are played by actors.)

Including Students In Bullying Prevention

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA-D, associate professor at Utah State University, is the author of the bullying prevention part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports curriculum. In this video, Dr. Ross talks about the success of student-led initiatives to stop bullying.

Student Leadership Team

A teacher guides a team of student leaders in developing strategies to recognize and reward students for stopping bullying.

Recognizing Students

An example of how students recognize other students for stand-up behavior (Student roles played by actors.)

Stop Strategy

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA-D, associate professor at Utah State University, is the author of the bullying prevention part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports curriculum. In this video, Dr. Ross describes the "Stop, Walk, Talk" strategy students can use that stops bullying behavior.

Physical Bullying II

Physical bullying scenario in which the Stop Strategy works to end the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Social Emotional Bullying II

Social emotional bullying scenario in which the Stop Strategy works to end the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Cyber Bullying II

Cyber bullying scenario in which the Stop Strategy works to end the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Teasing II

Teasing bullying scenario in which walking away works to end the bullying. (Student roles played by actors.)

Adult Intervention

Scott W. Ross, Ph.D., BCBA-D, associate professor at Utah State University, is the author of the bullying prevention part of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports curriculum. In this video, Dr. Ross talks about what adults can do to defuse bullying behavior after stopping and walking away don't work.

Physical Bullying III

Physical bullying scenario in which the Stop and Walk Strategies don't work and the next step is talking to an adult. (Student roles played by actors.)

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