This course provides information on the practices needed to build a comprehensive system to discouraging the full range of inappropriate behaviors. In order to develop a comprehensive schoolwide system to discourage inappropriate behavior, you will need to: 1) know strategies to respond to minor or staff-managed behaviors, 2) define what constitutes major or office-managed behavior, and 3) develop related data gathering tools.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Explain the role of teaching in response to student social errors.
- Define for your school what constitutes a “major” or office-managed behavior that warrants an office
- Develop an office referral form with all essential data fields, and clarify procedures surrounding the
- Use respectful strategies for staff-managed “minor” inappropriate behavior.
- Demonstrate instructional strategies for responding to inappropriate behavior.
- Select and use additional consequences effectively.
- Develop a process to monitor minor student behavior and guide discipline decisions.
This course is for Tier 1 SW-PBS Leadership Teams that have completed the schoolwide matrix and have systems in place to teach and encourage expected behavior. For more information on these topics, please see previous Tier 1 Courses: Clarifying Expected Behavior, Teaching Expected Behavior, and Encouraging Expected Behavior.
- What happens in your building when an inappropriate behavior occurs?
- Do all staff respond in a similar way?
- Do staff view inappropriate behavior as a teaching opportunity?