Southeast Region PBIS Updates
Common themes for high school and regional networking sessions including information on sustainability, and the changes in the School of Recognition process. At networking south, Oak Creek East MS shared on how they established solid faculty buy-in and voice. The morning sessions were geared to both Tier 1 and Tier 2.
- Tier 1 and 2 PowerPoint
- High School PowerPoint
- Recognition PowerPoint
- Recognition Levels
- Action Plan to Address Barriers to Sustainability
- Integrating Initiatives
- Tier II Checklist for Culturally Responsive Practice (Family Interview)
During the Afternoon session, External Coaches and Coordinators went over the Cultrually Responsive Companion Guide to the TFI.
Our networking session took place in Wauwatosa, where we heard from Tosa east on how they invite Student Voice into their school.
We also shared resources regarding calculating risk ratios, and digging deeper into the data to ask questions that can lead to pwerful action steps.
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Big Risk Questions
Digging Deeper Guide
Digging Deeper Worksheet
Tier 1 This session was organized around the Application of Recognition process. Specific examples of using a Culturally Responsive Data Based decision making process were used to make connections between the application process and the theme of this year's networking. Resources were shared for Root Cause Analysis, Implcit Bias and Family Engagement.
External Coaching Session - We practiced using clarifying and probing questions to support each other in coaching delimas.
Tier 2: We reviewed the key components of the Tier 2 systems, and networked around areas of concern. This is the power point.
February, 2016 High School Networking Session
This session was held at Franklin High School. During this session information was shared regarding the Film Festival, Application of Recognition changes, and Tiered Fidelity Checklist. We also explored ways of encouraging student voice in PBIS systems.
Here are the handouts:
January, 2016 Session
We began our session by hearing from Dave Stanley, who has had practice implementing the Tiered Fidelity Checklist (TFI) in his district. This instrument is a good alternative for schools that have reached fidelity on the BOQ, and are trained in Tier 2. It can be used instead of the BOQ, MATT and BAT. The SAS would still be administered in the fall. Here is the YouTube link for his talk.
We continued our exploration of Culturally Responsive Data Based Decision Making by looking at how to calculate risk ratio. We used office discipline data for Tier 1.
Here are the resources from these sessions:
- Power point for Tier 1 Internal Coaches
- Risk Ratio Calculator (This can be found in the Resource section of our Website)
- Short elearning course (10 min) (This can be found by going to PBIS in Action, clicking on On Line Modules, and then scrolling down to Calculating Risk Ratio)
- Using Discipline Data within PBIS to Identify and Address Disproportionality
External Coaches looked at change, and viewed a short video on how to work with staff resistant to change.
- Power Point for External Coaches
- Coaches Check List Tier 1
- Coaches Check List Tier 2
- Link to Coaches Calendar (This can be found by going to the Coaches tab on our website, and clicking on Coaching Calendar)
At Tier 2 we compared the number of students receiving 2 - 5 referrals, and the number of students receiving interventions, to see if there were groups that were over represented, or students that may need Tier 2 services that were not receiving them.
Updates: There will be a slight change in the Application of Recognition process. Only 4 narrative questions will be asked: Family Engagement, Classroom Management, Culturally Responsive Practices, and Action planning using data.
There are on line TA's every month for Tier 1 and Tier 2.
- Tier 1 TA flyer
- Tier 2 TA flyer
There has been a change in the Tier 1 and Tier 2 Overview schedule. There are one more Tier 1 overview (Feb 19th from 9:30 - 11:30) this year, and only two Tier 2 Overviews (Jan 29th and May 20th). Please contact your TAC if you have a school in need of an overview.
- Classroom Management through a PBIS and Culturally Responsive lens: Flyer
- High School Networking session: Feb 9th at Franklin Click on the link to register
- Next Networking Sessions: North Mar 15 at CESA 1 South Mar 16th at Oak Creek Central Services
November, 2015 Session
This year, our networking sessions will be focused on Culturally Responsive Data Based Decision Making. Our themes for each session will be:
1. Cultural Awareness
2. Evaluating System's Impact
3. Digging Deeper
We will also be sharing information that we feel will support schools considering applying for Schools of Recognition.
In November's session, we also introduced the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI). The session concluded with networking. It appears that many schools are challenged with how to sustain their efforts to implement the PBIS framework over time, and in the face of many new initiatives.
Here are the handouts:
- TFI Manual (links to other resources are in the power point)
- TFI Scavenger Hunt Activity
- Cultural Proficiency article
- Classroom Management Flyer
- Tier 1 TA Webinar series Flyer
- Tier 2 TA Webinar Flyer
- Tier 1 MPS Walk Through
- Tier 2 MPS Walk Through
During our High School Networking session, Indian Trail shared the wonderful work that they are doing. Here is a link to that Power Point:
The Risk Ratio Calculator can be found on our WI PBIS Website by clicking on Resource Section found in the Educator Tab. Scroll down to find Risk Ratio Calculator.
The link to register for Academic Seminar webinars is: http://www.midwestpbis.org/events/academic-seminar This is a Tier 2 intervention that is appropriate for Middle and High Schools.
March Networking Session
At our final networking session for the year, we focused on Engaging Stakeholders and the Applications of Recognition. Also, just a reminder that schools should be completing their BOQ. There are reminders on the protocol for doing in the power point. Here are the handouts from our morning Tier 1 session:
February HS Networking Session
We had a tour of the West Allis Learning Center, and Dave Stanley from West Allis shared how they used data for decision making. Information was shared regarding School of Recognition applications and the changes in the PBIS Apps.org website. Networking focused on acknowledgements.
January 13th and 14th Coaches Networking Sessions
Topics for the Tier 1 sessuib included school presentations on how they used data (Wauwatosa and Cudahy). Also, information on the changes in the PBIS Apps.org website, which will affect any implementation survey beginnin mid December.
During the External Coaches session, we demonstrated the Consultancy Protocole. Slides explaining this process are in the power point above. Here are the handouts:
The Tier 2 Networking Session had a SAIG focus. Here is a checklist for determining fidelity of SAIG
November 18 and 19, 2014 Coaches Networking Sessions
Topics for the Tier 1 session included Family Engagement and making connections between PBIS and Educator Effectiveness. Here are the handouts:
Famiy Engagement Checklist
Gudie for Using the Checklist
Topics for the Tier 2 sessions centered around CICO. Here are those handouts:
November 14, 2014 High School Networking Session
Topics for this networking session included Oak Creek sharing on their success with staff buy-in, and an introduction to the Early Warning system for high schools Here are the handouts>
April 8th and 9th, 2014
At this meeting, we answered questions regarding the BOQ and completing the Applications for Recogntion. We also shared examples of action plans, both at the school and district levels. We discussed items on the SAS and BOQ that refer to sharing with stake holders, and shared an example of a presentation to school board members. We also shared examples of sharing with families and community members. Finally, we reviewed and networked around Acknowledgement systems. Below are the handouts used:
Problem Solving Meeting agenda
February 12, 2014
This was a PBIS dedicated session, with a focus on Family Engagement, Coaching skills, Disagregating data, SAS Action Planning, and integrating PBIS at the classroom level with the Effective Educator. Important dates:
Schools of Recognition: March 3rd to May 2nd, 2014
Deadline for Film Festival Submissions: May 1st. Note: No longer than 3 minutes, and must be in correct format.
Summer Leadership Conference: Registration opens March 3rd, 2014
Here are the documents we used:
Please see the PBIS Film Festival Banner on our home page for more information about this event. Also, go to the Resource Section, and look at the Risk Ratio Calculator tool for disaggregating data.
This was an integrated session, in which we began the work of looking at the vision and purpose of integrating academic and behavior RtI systems. Here are the handouts:
At this months networking session, we discussed upcoming events, Tier 2 readiness, coaching to various skill and will levels, and family engagement.
Coaches Forum has been postponed until after Winter Break
Classroom Management Workshop: Jan 28th or Mar 27th. Designed for teams whose schools are looking addressing classroom management and/or Effective Educator standards.
Self Assessment Surveys should be completed this fall.
Networking Sessions: RtI and PBIS Integrated Sessions: Dec 17th and May 12th from 9 to 3 at the Excellence Center. $25 fee per session. (No charge for those signed up for the 5 PBIS networking sessions.)
PBIS Dedicated Sessions: Feb 11th (CESA 1) or Feb 12th (Cudahy HS) and Apr 8th (Cudahy HS) or Apr 9th (CESA 1)
External Coaches: 9 - 3 ($50 for 5 session series); Internal Coaches Noon - 3 ($25 for 5 session series)
Family Engagement Action plan (Bring this document to each networking session)
Implementation Survey questions that relate to Family Engagement
May 21st, 2013
At Coaches Corner, we discussed time management for internal coaches, and challenges faced and ways to address them. We also discussed characteristics of a good team, and how to work with "meeting monsters". We shared some common mistakes that we saw when reviewing Applications for Distinction, such as using Tier 2 supports to address disproportionality, and listing the teaching of school-wide expectations in the class setting as classroom management. Finally, we had several coaches share resources that they found helpful in their job.
At the Tier 2 meeting we discussed time management and reviewed best practices. We discussed how to back-fill if Tier 1 pieces were not in place.
Next year, we will be integrating behavior and academic networking meetings for at least 2 sessions. In order for us to best meet your needs, we requested that 2 very brief surveys be completed. Those links, as well the documents we shared, are below:
Materials from school presentations:
Dave from West Alis presented on Live Binders. If you want access to his binder, contact him at: email@example.com
Patrick and Angie presented from Brown Deer on how to use Google Forms to create short surveys and get feedback from staff.
Emily from Wauwatosa presented on School Board Presentations. Below are her power point presentations
The snow resulted in rescheduling our CESA 1 Coaches Corner. Here are the documents that we shared at all of our networking sessions this week. With a late valentine theme, we discussed the newly released applications for distinguished schools, information on this summer's WI PBIS Network Leadership Conference (Aug 20th and 21st), the Wisconsin Film Festival, the BOQ (which schools should begin completing), and how to use outcome data with the TIPs like model. We also discussed readiness for Tier 2. Here are the document used:
At our Tier 2 session, we introduced the MATT, the equivalent of the TIPs for progress monitoring Tier 2 systems. Here are the documents we shared:
This year, the Wisconsin PBIS Network has a special focus on developing External Coaches. A strong External Coach is considered a key component to school's implementing PBIS with fidelity, and has been shown to decrease the amount of time that schools need to fully implement the PBIS framework. We encourage External Coaches to attend all of the training sessions available locally and stae-wide. H ere are the handouts from this month's Coaches Corner, Tier 1
Upcoming Coach Events: The next Coaches Corner will be on December 5th at CESA 1, and repeated at Oak Creek High School on December 6th.
There will also be on Adobe Connect Session on Oct 15th from 2-4 pm. This will connect all coaches state wide.
On October 30th and 31st, the state wide External Coaches Forum will be held at Olypia Village. Regester on the Wisconsin PBIS Network Website.
January, 1, 2012
Here is the registration and informational flyer for the upcoming New Team Member training. This sesions is schedule for Friday, January 27th. The location is: 7630 S 10th Street, Oack Creek, 53154
When the session is full, we will post a notice on this site.
As we move quickly toward the beginning of the new year, remember to get your readiness checklists in if you are planning on having a school trained. Once your TAC has the lists, you will be given the okay to register.
Important training dates: Administrative overview for the PBIS process: Jan 5th 8:30 - 11:30
Universal Training at CESA 1: January 12th, 19th, 26th and May 1st at CESA 1
High School Universal Training: January 31, Feb 9, 10 and 16, with a final Technical Assitance Day to be announced. Held at Sarah Scott, Milwaukee Public Schools (Note: The extra day of training will allow more time for teams to plan.)
One day Review Session for High Schools that have been trained: February 15th Held in Oconomowoc
At the Coaches Corner this month, we discussed Aknowledgement Systems and Data Analysis. Here are some resources from that session:
Have a great holiday season!
Lori and Marlene
We hope you found the resources provided at the last Coaches Corner useful. Here is a list of the documents related to classroom management that you can access:
Our next Coaches Corner, on December 13th, will focus on Acknowledgement Systems, Boosters and Celebrations. We will begin our session as usual, with updates, then allow some time for coaches to share things that they have used from the Nov 1st session, and answer any questions related to classroom management. We'll use most of the time to share and network and problem solve around Acknowledgement Systems, Boosters and Celebrations.
The final hour will be for External Coaches only, with topics specific related to their role.
We look forward to Please sign up for this session, so that we can plan for handouts.
Also, please take advantage of the Coaches Forum, November 29th (8:30 - 3:30). Topics will include Action Planning with the TIC and SAS, Action Planning using ODR's, and Coaching for Systems Change. The fee is $50, and will be held at the Excellence Center in Waukesha. Please see the Calendar for information on how to register.
Marlene and Lori
We were excited to meet with everyone Tuesday for the Coaches Forum. We had a request for the slides from our power point. You can download the actual power point here (large, lengthy download) or you can download the slides with notes as an Adobe file here (smaller, faster download). If you access the note section, you will see talking points and explanations for the slides.
We have a schedule of the upcoming Coaches' Corner meetings, along with tentative topics. We will be discussing classroom management at our next meeting in November. External Coaches have asked that this session be open to Internal Coaches as well, which we will do. Please register early, to make sure we have a space that can accommodate everyone if we end up with a bigger than usual turn out.
Finally, there seems to be an interest in continuing with our current format of following the general meeting with a 40 minute networking and informational session with External Coaches. External Coaches, please leave time in your calendars to attend this.
Lori and Marlene
Congratulations to CESA #1 Area Schools! We now have 82 schools that have reached fidelity! This is up from 68 schools in March. Keep up the good work!
Our last Coaches Corner Networking Meeting was held on April 19th. The Following topics were reviewed:
School Recogntion Applications are due by May 6th.
Spring is the time to complete the Benchmarks of Quality (BoQ) Survey. Please be sure to have your teams complete this important survey.
Summer Leadership Conference - watch for details soon!
Readiness requirements for Tier 2 were dicussed.
Tier 1 Universal Technical Assistance Day will be held at CESA #1 on Friday, May 6th. See the CESA website for further information.
There will be 6 Coaches Corner Networking Sessions during the 2011-12 school year. Watch for details on the CESA #1 website.
Sharing time - Coaches shared positives from their schools and there was lots of celebrating! Coaches agreed that their schools have made great strides this year in implementing PBIS. Many schools have made presentations to thier School Boards and some have had PBIS Parent Nights. You have all done a wonderful job supporting PBIS implementation!
Schools in the Southeast Region continue to make great progress implementing PBIS. In April 82 schools were at fidelity and in May 91 schools have reached fidelity! Keep up the great work!
The Coaches Corner Networking Sessions have been scheduled for the 2011-2012 school year. Two additional sessions have been added for a total of 6 networking meetings. We will continue to meet at the CESA #1 office on Tuesdsays, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. The Coaches Corner Networking dates are as follows:
September 20, 2011
November 1, 2011
December 13, 2011
February 7, 2012
March 20, 2012
May 8, 2012
Registration for Coaching Sessions is done through the CESA #1 website. Please contact me with any questions, issues or subjects you would like addressed at the Coaching meetings.
Registration for Wisconsin's Summer PBIS Leadership Conference is open! Please plan on attending with your team and register early. We are looking forward to a wonderful conference! I hope to see many of you there.