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The PBIS team handbook : setting expectations and building positive behavior / Beth Baker, M.S.Ed., and Char Ryan, Ph.D.

Baker, Beth.
Contributor(s): Ryan, Charlotte A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Description: x, 196 pages ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9781575424699 (paperback); 157542469X ().Subject(s): Psicología del aprendizaje -- Estados Unidos | Enseñanza -- Estados Unidos | Conducta -- Estados Unidos | School psychology -- United States | Behavior modification -- United States | School children -- United States -- Social conditions | Students -- United States -- Psychology | School management and organization -- United StatesDDC classification: 370.15
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

At last, a comprehensive, down-to-earth handbook for PBIS coaches and team members implementing schoolwide positive behavior interventions and supports. Positive school climates are not achieved through suspensions, detentions, calls to parents, or visits to the principal's office. Rather, lasting change is achieved through collective analysis and data-driven decision making. PBIS is a unique set of guidelines that help schools interpret and act on behavior data and deal with problems proactively. Over 14,000 schools in the United States have implemented schoolwide PBIS.

Along with solid, detailed implementation guidelines, this helpful guide offers engaging anecdotes, tips for encouraging staff buy-in, and suggestions for sustaining a successful program at your school.

"This book is a very accessible summary of the process of implementing and sustaining schoolwide PBIS. It addresses the best practices in PBIS from the perspective of people who have been involved with it on the ground level and who are willing to offer advice on issues that implementers often face. Teachers and others involved in implementation will find the insights of the authors helpful as they undertake their own journey to support meaningful behavioral outcomes for students. A must-have for PBIS team members in schools". - Kevin J. Filter, Ph.D., associate professor of psychology, Minnesota State University, Mankato

Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-189) and index.

Lleno de anécdotas de la participación de expertos entrenadores PBIS, este recurso integral ayuda a los equipos PBIS superar los obstáculos del personal de buy-in y ofrece soluciones para el sostenimiento de un programa exitoso en su escuela. Formas personalizables, listas de verificación, y organizadores gráficos le ayudarán gráfico, gestionar e interpretar los datos con facilidad. Climas escolares positivos no se logran a través de las suspensiones, las detenciones, las llamadas a los padres, o visitas a la oficina del director. Más bien, se consigue un cambio duradero a través de análisis colectivo y la toma de decisiones basadas en datos. Contenido digital descargable incluye una presentación en PDF y formas personalizables del libro.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Beth Baker, M.S.Ed ., is an independent behavioral consultant and an intervention specialist at Minneapolis Public Schools where she works to create positive behavioral environments for elementary students. She was formerly the lead PBIS coach for a school district in the Minneapolis metropolitan area, as well as a special educator for many years, working with students who have emotional behavioral disability (EBD) needs. Beth lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Char Ryan, Ph.D. , is a PBIS coach, evaluation specialist, and Minnesota State SWIS (Schoolwide Information Systems) trainer. She is also a licensed psychologist and consultant with the Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health. Formerly, Char was an assistant professor at Saint Cloud State University and state PBIS coordinator at the Minnesota Department of Children, Families, and Learning. She is a frequent conference presenter and has been published in numerous journals, including Psychology in the Schools. Char lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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