Videos

1st Place - Lincoln Elementary - 2016 Film Festival (Elementary Category)

1st Place 2016: Lincoln Elementary - "True Colors" School: Lincoln Elementary District: Wausau School District Topic: Bullying Thanks to all schools that participated in the 2016 Wisconsin RtI Center Film Festival! Your creativity and hard work are appreciated! All finalist videos can be found by copying and pasting this link: http://goo.gl/y2GHbK

2nd Place - Kewaunee Elementary - 2016 Film Festival (Elementary Category)

2nd Place 2016: Kewaunee Elementary - "PBIS Playground"

School: Kewaunee Elementary

Topic: Using PBIS on the Playground

Thanks to all schools that participated in the 2016 Wisconsin RtI Center Film Festival! Your creativity and hard work are appreciated!

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1st Place - Indian Trails High - 2016 Film Festival (Secondary Category)

1st Place 2016: Indian Trails High - "Mobile Manners" School: Indian Trails High School District: Kenosha School District Topic: Cell phone courtesy Thanks to all schools that participated in the 2016 Wisconsin RtI Center Film Festival! Your creativity and hard work are appreciated! All finalist videos can be found by copying and pasting this link: http://goo.gl/y2GHbK

2nd Place - Franklin High - 2016 Film Festival (Secondary Category)

2nd Place 2016: Franklin High - "Timeliness Rap" School: Franklin High School District: Franklin School District Topic: Tardiness Thanks to all schools that participated in the 2016 Wisconsin RtI Center Film Festival! Your creativity and hard work are appreciated! All finalist videos can be found by copying and pasting this link: http://goo.gl/y2GHbK

Tier 2 High School

Emilie O'Connor, PBIS Technical Assistance Coordinator, facilitates conversation with coaches from high schools implementing tier 2 PBIS. Participants discuss staff buy-in and capacity around CICO and logistics around who facilitates the brief FBA/BIP process. The video resource sited on the webinar is found at this link: http://implementation.fpg.unc.edu/module-4/topic-3-exploration/key-functions

Students with Disabilities within PBIS Systems

Dana McConnell, Coordinator of Instructional Services for Students with Disabilities for the WI RtI Center, discusses how students with disabilities fit into a PBIS system. Students with disabilities are regular education students first. The section was part of an hour long discussion focused on implementation of PBIS tier 2.

Strengthening the Will Through the INSIDE Out Process

This online culturally responsive technical assistance session was recorded so practitioners can learn to understand their own cultures from multiple perspectives. Presented by RtI Center Technical Assistance Coordinators Kao Moua Her and Paula Fernandez, this presentation will cover how and why people perceive the world the way they do, will help viewers gauge their own comfort level with issues of race, ethnicity, and educational and social disparities,…

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Culturally Responsive Multi-level System of Support: Using Data

This presentation discusses ways that attendees can use student outcome data to evaluate academic RtI and PBIS systems to integrate into a culturally responsive multi-level system of support. The presentation is facilitated by facilitated by Kent Smith, Heidi Erstad, and Milaney Leverson, from the Wisconsin RtI Center and PBIS Network. Materials related to this presentation can be found by following this link: http://wisconsinrticenter.org/videos

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Cultural Practices that are Relevant: The 7 Experiences

Sometimes teachers and students come from different backgrounds. Learning about cultures that are not their own enables teachers to more effectively understand students - and therefore increase instructional effectiveness. Andreal Davis, Culturally Responsive Practices Coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center, discusses seven types of experiences that can help educators understand students' worldviews.

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Collaboration in a Culturally Responsive Multi-level System of Support

This webinar begins with a review of the basic elements of a Culturally Responsive Multi-Level System of Support, Support. Then viewers will learn - from Heather Drumm and Julie Bauer - about Canterbury Elementary School's implementation journey as they worked on cultivating collaborative relationships in their building. During their discussion, viewers will learn how to involve multiple staff perspectives in determining the appropriate types and…

Freshman Success

This one-hour webinar will provide an overview to Freshman Success and how it fits within the context of a Culturally Responsive Multi-Level System of Support. The Freshmen Success model is designed to support the academic, organizational and social needs of all freshmen students. It is a universal level prevention-oriented model designed to (a) build school engagement skills in transitioning freshmen, (b) create a supportive, predictable environment,…

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Tier 2 Technical Assistance: Self Regulation

This webinar, presented by Stephanie Skolasinski and Lori Cameron of the Wisconsin PBIS Network, explores the concept of self regulation. During the course of the program, you will learn the definition of self regulation, how it fits into a school's PBIS system, and several schools will share their experiences.

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West Allis: Using the Tiered Fidelity Inventory With Dave Stanley

Dave Stanley shared his experiences using the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI). He administered this instrument to 18 schools in West Allis. He discusses walk-throughs, PBIS visibility, asking crucial questions, expectations, celebrations, and using the assessment.

PBIS Tier 2 Technical Assistance: January 19, 2016

Guided by: Lori Cameron and Stephanie Skolasinski This webinar features a panel discussion on Social/Academic Instructional Groups. Members shared: how long they have been doing SAIG, types of SAIG groups, how they staffed the groups, how they scheduled them, how they tracked progress, and general outcomes.

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Tier 1 Online Technical Assistance: Are we at Fidelity?

Presented by Amy Tranel and Milaney Leverson(Screen blank the first 2 minutes) This session examines annual evaluation of PBIS systems with the Benchmarks of Quality (BoQ) and the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI).

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First Place: Clovis Grove Elementary "Cougar Code Line Basics"

Clovis Grove Elementary, from the Menasha School District, shows us how it's done when it comes to getting and staying in line!

Second Place: Longfellow LDI Middle School "Being on Time"

Longfellow LDI Middle School teaches students what "Being on Time" looks like with this fun and informative film.

Third Place: Fox View Int. "Voyager Hallway Reminders"

BREAKING NEWS!! Voyager Hallway Reminders is a quick film to remind intermediate school students the proper way to navigate the hallways of Fox View school.

2015 Tier 2 Community of Learners

Guided by: Peg Mazeika and Stephanie Skolasinski This session provided attendees with a chance to discuss with one another their experiences while implementing tier 2 supports in their schools. Attendees shared stories about how tier 2 implementation is going in their schools, shared success stories and “ah-ha” moments, and worked through questions and concerns they may have had.

Office Discipline Referrals, Feedback, and Intent

Presented by: Kent Smith (Audio Only – Approximately 10 minutes) Kent addressed issues like: defining what being “written up” means, watching for emerging patterns, teaching expectations to fluency at the beginning of the year for different grade levels, best practices for visual flow charts and consequence menus, how to appropriately re-teach expectations by modeling wrong behavior, the necessity of re-teaching within the documentation process,…

Crandon: Integrating Academic and Behavioral Systems of Support

The School District of Crandon has adopted a culturally responsive multi-level system of support to achieve gains in academics and behavior. They began with separate behavior and academic systems; however, they were able to integrate the two, supporting student success. This video tells their story.

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Onalaska High School's Multi Level System of Support 3-11-15

Jared Shaffner, principal of Onalaska High School, shares how his school has developed an Early Warning System to drive team problem-solving, develop interventions, and communicate most effectively to PLCs throughout the building. He also describes the process used to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions.

2015 Academic Seminar Technical Assistance Session

Guided by: Michelle Polzin and Rachel Saladis Guest presenter Jessica Swain-Bradway shared a presentation on an example of tier 2 academic seminar for high school. Topics included a review, planning, data for decision making, how schools are implementing, and a Q&A session. Kristin Mashak shared data to illustrate how academic seminar is working for her school.

Tier 2 Community of Practice Implementation and Sustainability

Facilitated by: Lori Cameron and Kent Smith (1 hour, 10 minutes) Lori and Kent discussed with attendees what the specific challenges are that they face with their tier 2 changes and implementation. Topics included supporting students in an effective manner, rapidly identifying students need individual supports while looking at the whole system, the differences between tier 1 and tier 2, redesigning environments, and building behavioral fluency by…

Onalaska's Culturally Responsive Journey

Presented by: Onalaska School District Administrators and Staff (Approximately 5 minutes) In order to better serve all students at their schools, the School District of Onalaska has embraced Culturally Responsive Practices. This approach to teaching helps teachers learn about themselves, about their students’ cultures, and helps them build bridges between a student’s home culture and school culture. By learning how cultural beliefs and practices…

Culturally Responsive Practice Family Interview Tool Webinar

Guided by: Kent Smith and Milaney Leverson (Approximately 1 hour) Kent facilitated a conversation about the uses for and intention of the culturally responsive practice family interview tool. The tool can help practitioners gather additional information at the point of access to intervention, identify patterns for professional development needs, and assist in engaging families to gain their perspectives.

Tier 2 Community of Learners: SAIG

This webinar features a panel discussion on Social/Academic Instructional Groups. Members shared: how long they have been doing SAIG, types of SAIG groups, how they staffed the groups, how they scheduled them, how they tracked progress, and general outcomes.

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Setting Up Your Acknowledgement Systems

Presented by Wisconsin PBIS Technical Assistance Coordinators Michelle Polzin and Amy Tranel, this webinar discusses acknowledge systems and how they work. For schools these formal systems will include a set of written procedures outlining specific behavioral expectations that are used across settings and within classrooms.

Tier 2 Technical Assistance: High School Focus

Emilie O'Connor and Stephanie Skolasinski, PBIS Technical Assistance Coordinators, facilitate discussion around implementation of tier 2 PBIS at the high school level.

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Tier I Online Technical Assistance: Discipline vs. Punishment

This video explains the difference between discipline and punishment, while one helps build skills the other does not. Additional resources are shared for teachers to begin using immediately. Presenters: Michelle Polzin and Jennifer Grenke

Equitable Practices for Preventing and Responding to Problem Behavior

Online Tier I Technical Assistance: Equitable Practices for Preventing and Responding to Problem Behavior. This technical assistance session focuses on decision points in PBIS systems that are vulnerable to implicit bias or environmental factors. A specific strategy to address these vulnerable decision points (VDPs) is addressed.

Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) Webinar Series: Introduction

This video provides an introduction to the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI), the newest PBIS Fidelity Assessment via PBIS Apps.org.

Presenters: Jennifer Grenke and Stephanie Skolasinski, Technical Assistance Coordinators for the WI PBIS Network.

Recorded 9/15/16

For more information, visit our TFI webpage at: http://www.wisconsinpbisnetwork.org/tiered-fidelity-inventory.html



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Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) Webinar Series:
Tips from the Field

Dave Stanley of West Allis-West Milwaukee and Rebecca Gerow of Crandon Elementary School discuss "tips from the field" around use of the TFI.

Facilitated by Stephanie Skolasinski and Jennifer Grenke, Wisconsin RtI Center/PBIS Network

Recorded 10/20/16

For more information, visit our TFI webpage at: http://www.wisconsinpbisnetwork.org/tiered-fidelity-inventory.html



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Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) Webinar Series: Putting it all Together

This webinar provides insight on how teams can use the TFI to create an action plan, and to monitor progress of PBIS implementation. It also includes examples of sources PBIS teams can utilize when completing the TFI.

Facilitated by Stephanie Skolasinski and Jennifer Grenke, Wisconsin RtI Center/PBIS Network

Recorded 12/15/16

For more information, visit our TFI webpage at: http://www.wisconsinpbisnetwork.org/tiered-fidelity-inventory.html



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Tier 2 Technical Assistance for Implementing Schools: Session 1

This is a recording of a webinar done to provide schools implementing tier 2 PBIS supports and systems on-line technical assistance. The focus of this webinar was on Tier 2 systems as well as use of data.

Presented by Kent Smith and Emilie O'Connor



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Tier 2 Technical Assistance: Session 2

This session will discuss the intent of CICO, as well as other adaptive concepts. System and data aspects of the tier 2 systems will also be discussed. Presented by Kent Smith and Emilie O'Connor

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Tier 2 Technical Assistance: Session 3

This session will discuss interventions to address skill deficits (SAIG) and performance deficits (Individualized CICO).

The content moves beyond technical information covered in tier 2 training to discuss more of the adaptive concepts behind these interventions.

Presented by Kent Smith and Lori Cameron



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Identity Development and Culturally Responsive Practices

This session guides participants through understanding practitioner identity in relation to the school system and how those identities impact the success of students and families being served. Presented by Andreal Davis & Kent Smith 2/17/17

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Embedding Mental Health - PBIS

The PBIS framework can be expanded to support the mental health needs of all students through one integrated system. This session will describe how core features of the PBIS system can support school mental health and wellness at all tiers. An action planning guide for connecting mental health and PBIS, aligned with the PBIS Tiered-Fidelity Inventory (TFI), will be shared. Presenters: Elizabeth Cook, DPI and Stephanie Skolasinski, WI RtI Center.

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Majors, Minors, and Migraines

This video provides technical assistance at the tier 1 level for refining school building level discipline system at the classroom level. The presenters cover the purpose for tracking minors, how to look for patterns of behavior, and efficient ways to track minors. You will learn how to systematically respond to student behavior within a continuum that teaches desired behavior while discouraging repeated behavioral errors. Presenters: Jennifer…