Principals at schools in Baltimore and Dallas believed they could transform students’ lives and improve academic performance by trying strategies that changed the way students engaged their brains.
The novel approaches worked.
Positive behavior has to be taught just like an academic subject — Educators cannot expect students to know the correct behaviors for any given situation unless they teach, model and reinforce those behaviors for their students.
As noted in PBIS 101, PBIS is very much a team sport. Students improve their behavior when everyone in the school is consistently promoting the same positive behaviors and responding in a consistent way to negative behaviors, too. How can educators build school-wide PBIS? Here are some of the main steps in the process: The […]
the PBIS team establishes a school’s general positive behavioral expectations and how they are implemented in common areas. It’s the school’s teachers, though, who decide how to implement those general expectations in their individual classrooms…
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