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January Data Day: 1.0 Introduction. WINTER 2013. Opening Activity:. Talk to your neighbor about successes and challenges you experienced when using PBIS evaluation tools or analyzing student behavior data. Take a moment to share your thoughts with your leadership team - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • January Data Day: 1.0 IntroductionWINTER 2013

  • Opening Activity:Talk to your neighbor about successes and challenges you experienced when using PBIS evaluation tools or analyzing student behavior data. Take a moment to share your thoughts with your leadership teamWrite Successes and Challenges on post-it notes and place on chart paper on the wallShare ah has with larger group and introduce your team*

  • Agenda1.0 Introduction2.0 Leadership Team3.0 Systems Review4.0 Student Outcome Data5.0 Building Internal Capacity*

  • PurposeSchool leadership teams use this time to plan PBIS improvements and student outcomes based on a review of data.Leadership teams will develop internal capacity for continuous problem-solving and planning.

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  • ObjectivesBy the end of the training, leadership teams will have:Assessed their Leadership Team strengths and challengesUsed the Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) model Used BoQ, BAT and Big 5 behavior data to identify areas of need and develop action steps for universal and targeted supportsDeveloped a plan for continuous data review and problem solving.

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  • Our Goal:

    Minimize talk, maximize team time!*

  • Logistics:

    = Were all set. No help needed.= We need help, but can continue with our work.= HELP! We cant continue with our work.

    *USB Includes:PowerPointWorkbook&www.pbisvermont.org

  • Differentiate based on your experienceFoundationsThink about how you plan to accomplish the work.Full Implementation:Think about how to make it easy, better, more effective.Sustainability:Think about how to continue the practice and ensure sustainability.

  • 2.0 Leadership TeamWINTER 2013

  • Leadership TeamShare with your neighbor a team experience that you enjoyed. What were some of the teams characteristics?As a team, summarize these attributes and record.

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  • Effective meetings extend before and after the actual meeting time.*

  • *Critical to success is the administrators active role in supporting the school-based team process. Tim LewisTHANK YOU Administrators!Complete Administrator Self-Assessment for continuous improvement!

  • As a leadership team:

    Complete the Leadership Team Meeting Self-Assessment tool

    Review and update the Team Profile and Meeting Schedule, if needed.

    Youll be invited to share with the large group the following:One strength of your leadership team based on your self-assessment.One action step that your team identified after reviewing your system supports.

    Team Time*

  • 3.0 Systems Review WINTER 2013

  • The Importance of Systems Review*What is the role/function of your Leadership Team to promote and ensure the implementation of PBIS?How does data help you in these efforts?

  • Organizing SWIS Data for Decision-makingUniversal Screening ToolProportion of students with 0-1 Office Discipline Referrals (ODRs)2-5 ODRs6+ ODRsProgress Monitoring Tool Compare data across timePrevent previous problem patterns Define Problems with precision that lead to solvable problems*

  • Quick Big 5 blends all of the Big 5 Reports together into a single report.Universal Behavior Data: School-wide Data*

  • Targeted Behavior Data: Individual & Targeted Practices Data for CICO*

  • Using the Referrals by Student report as a Universal Screening Tool*

  • Using data to determine what system to focus on*

    IF...

    FOCUS ON...

    More than 40% of students receive one or more office referrals

    More than 2.5 office referrals per student

    School Wide System

    More than 35% of office referrals come from non-classroom settings

    More than 15% of students referred from non-classroom settings

    Non-Classroom System

    More than 60% of office referrals come from the classroom

    50% or more of office referrals come from less than 10% of classrooms

    Classroom Systems

    More than 5% of students receive 5 or more office referrals

    Targeted Group Interventions / Classroom Systems

    Less than 5% students with 10 or more office referrals

    Less than 5% students continue rate of referrals after receiving targeted group settings

    Small number of students destabilizing overall functioning of school

    Individual Student Systems

  • *Where to find this information?SWIS: *End of Year Report*Custom Report*Custom Graph*Big 5 Graph

  • As a leadership team:

    Complete the ODR Data Focus Worksheet to determine area in need of improvement.

    Team Time*

  • Using the BoQ and/or BATBoQ-Universal SystemsBAT Targeted/Intensive Systems*

  • Benchmarks of Quality (BoQ):*

    Purpose:Assess leadership teams perceptions of PBIS implementation at the Universal Level Format:Survey (Electronic Scoring Form)

    Completed by:Leadership Team, School Coordinator and SU/District CoordinatorWhen?Annually, in the Spring and Fall (optional)

  • Benchmarks for Advanced Tiers (BAT)*

    Purpose:Assess leadership teams perceptions of PBIS implementation at the Targeted and Intensive Level Format:Survey (Electronic Scoring Form)

    Completed by:Leadership Team, School Coordinator and SU/District CoordinatorWhen?Annually, in the Spring (optional)

  • As a leadership team:

    Review or complete the BoQ and/or BAT to prioritize and develop action steps.

    Team Time*

  • 4.0 Student Outcome Data WINTER 2013

  • TIPS Problem-Solving MantraDo we have a problem? (identify)What is the precise nature of our problem? (define, clarify, confirm/disconfirm inferences)Why does the problem exist, & what can we do about it? (hypothesis & solution)What are the actual elements of our plan? (Action Plan)Is our plan being implemented, & is it working? (evaluate & revise plan)Innovation neutral: Use for Reading, Behavior, Math, School ImprovementREMEMBER to use..

  • Look for gaps and trends in your data*1. Do we have a problem (identify)?

  • Identifying Problems/Issues*

  • What trend do you notice?

  • What trend do you notice?

  • *Which location might need attention?

  • 2. What is the precise nature of our problem (define, clarify, confirm/disconfirm inferences)?

    *What is the data we need for a decision?

    QuestionSWIS Table/GraphWhat problem behaviors are occurring?Referrals by problem behaviorWhen are problem behaviors occurring?Referrals by timeWhere are problem behaviors occurring?Referrals by locationWho is engaging in problem behaviors?Referrals by studentWhy do problem behaviors keep happening?Referrals by motivation

  • Examples: Primary to Precise inappropriate behavior is increasing

    Inappropriate language and disruptive behavior is increasing in the cafeteria during first lunch period, is being done mostly by four 6th grade boys, and seems to be maintained by social praise from the bystander peer group.

    *Precise Problem Statements include information about the what, when, where, who, when and why

  • 3. Why does the problem exist, & what can we do about it? (hypothesis & solution)

    Problem Statement: The sixth graders are disruptive & use inappropriate language in the cafeteria between 11:30 AM and 12:00 PMHypothesis: We believe they are trying to get attention from their peers.*

  • 4. What are the actual elements of our plan?

    Prevention*Teach behavioral expectations in cafeteria

    *Maintain current lunch schedule, but shift classes to balance numbers.TeachingRewardEstablish Friday Five: Extra 5 min of lunch on Friday for five good days.ExtinctionEncourage all students to work for Friday Five make reward for problem behavior less likelyCorrective ConsequenceActive supervision, and continued early consequence (ODR)Data CollectionMaintain ODR record and supervisor weekly report

  • .including logistics:

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  • 5. Is our plan being implemented & is it working? (evaluate & revise plan)

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  • Team TimeUsing your Data:

    Based on area in need of improvement answer the following questions: Do we have a problem? What is the precise nature of our problem? Why does the problem exist & what can we do about it?What are the actual elements of our plan? Is our plan being implemented & is it working?

    Complete Action Plan and Evaluation section of the TIPS Meeting Minute Form

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  • 5.0 Building Internal Capacity for Data-based Decision-Making WINTER 2013

  • Why?*

  • So That...

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  • When? Who?

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  • How?

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  • Learn More:

    Facilitating VTPBiS Data Days Webinar for School and SU/District CoordinatorsMay 22nd, 9:00 11:00: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/817778638

    May 22nd, 1:00 3:00: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/878945694

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  • Team Time

    *As a leadership team,Identify 1-2 people to participate in the May Data Day WebinarSchedule a date and time for your Spring Data Day

  • Large Group DiscussionReview the successes and challenges on the chart paper on the wallWhat were common themes among responses?How has this Data Day helped to address the challenges?Please share one ah-ha that your team had, as a result of looking at data.

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  • Thank you!

    *15 MinutesPost-its on the table and chart paper labeled Successes and Challenges on a T chart.**.**Cups should already be on the table. You may not need to use them if there are few teams. ***Hand out self-assessment (optional for Admins to complete)*Approximately 15-20 minutes**The leadership team p