Accommodating students with autism
The purpose of schoolwide PBIS is to establish a climate in which appropriate behavior is the norm.An organization is a group of individuals who behave together to achieve a common goal.
The presentation provides information on creating systems for responding to norm violating behaviors.
It includes discipline & best practices, understanding behavior escalations, and action planning for the team.
It focuses on: 1) effective behavioral interventions, 2) academic & social behavior outcomes, 3) Rt I application, and 4) SWIS summary 07-08.
The presentation describes: 1) a summary of an integrated model for behavior support systems within a school, 2) the role of function-based support, and 3) a clarification of protocol for moving from functional behavioral assessment to behavior support plan design/implementation.
Systems are needed to support the collective use of best practices by individuals within the organization.
The schoolwide PBIS process emphasizes the creation of systems that support the adoption and durable implementation of evidence-based practices and procedures, and fit within on-going school reform efforts.
This report provides the first state-by-state estimate of how much instructional time is lost for students with disabilities due to disciplinary actions such as school suspension.
The study documents the disparities between black and white students with disabilities. Department of Education’s decision in February 2018 to seek comments on its intention to delay implementation of the IDEA regulations that pertain to racial disproportionality in special education, which include disciplinary disparities.
This webinar presented an introduction to six (6) toolkits that were developed by and for RPTAC use during site visits to train Parent Center boards to help them meet their responsibilities.
Numerous products are available for school personnel, parents, and care-providers, all with the promise of erasing targeted behaviors.
The presentation includes 'Evidence Base for PBS,' 'District Wide Leadership,' and Illinois Leadership.