DE-PBS Partners

Center for Disabilities Studies
Delaware Department of Education

All new DE-PBS schools or schools with new school teams should complete the Universal Framework trainings to establish a strong school-wide PBS system.

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Title Description
PBS   School-wide Team Training: 1-day workshop This   workshop is open to new team members joining existing PBS school teams.
The content presented will be very similar to the 2 day School-wide PBS Team   training. Since participants are coming with products already developed, the   team time will be shortened and the focus will be on product review and   tweaking, as well as expanding and maintaining PBS programs. Offered   Annually
Developing   Self-Discipline Open to   staff from PBS schools.
The primary focus is helping schools develop children’s self-discipline as a   critical component of comprehensive school discipline. Participants will   learn what constitutes self-discipline, and why it is important, the   practical strategies for using praise and reinforcers to help develop   self-discipline, the cognitions and emotions that underlie self-discipline,   and practical strategies for preventing and correcting behavior problems and   developing self-discipline. Offered Annually
DE-PBS   Celebration
Classroom   Management with Dr. Laura Riffel The   Delaware PBS Project is excited to have Dr. Laura Riffle as our guest to   present to staff from DE-PBS schools on the hot topic of classroom   management. Dr. Riffle has over 30 years of experience in educational   settings (regular and special education), and has served as a statewide   coordinator for a program serving all children in the state with behaviors   impeding their learning or that of others. Guest Speaker
2 day School-wide Representative school teams are supported to understand the Key Features of PBS in DE, and the components of a School-wide PBS program. Teams use the DE-PBS framework to develop their school’s unique program including behavioral expectations, plans for teaching and acknowledging expectations, and use of multiple data sources for decision making and action planning. Offered Annually
Powerpoints:
Program Development and Evaluation*
Prevention: Developing Schoolwide & Classroom Systems*
Buy-in StrategiesRelationship Building Activities*Please note that these presentations include information from other sources. Please reference these sources when using the materials
Correcting Problem Behaviors and Developing Self-Discipline DE-PBS Correction and Self-Discipline Powerpoint Presentation

Correcting Problem Behaviors Tools

Developing Self-discipline Tools

Additional resources mentioned:

Hank Bohanon secondary resources

Jill Kuzma’s website

IM40

Social Behavior Mapping

Who Cares about Kelsey – Mini-films

Family-School   Collaboration (2-Day) This is a 2-part workshop series focused on exploring common barriers to   understanding between parents and professionals, and presenting a model for enhanced collaboration. This material establishes a means by which everyone involved in a student’s education is part of the process of developing effective School-wide PBS programs as well as individual student supports.
Family School Collaboration-Part 1
Family School Collaboration-Part 2
Family School Collaboration-Part 3
Activities Packet
Additional Handouts
PBS   Data Analysis (1/2 day) Open to currently implementing DE-PBS School-wide Teams (at least two staff members recommended). Participants will explore deeper issues of program implementation and utilize multiple data sources (e.g., “Big Five” ODR, School Climate, and Needs Assessment summaries) for planning and evaluation.
Secondary Forum This half-day interactive forum for secondary schools within the DE-PBS Project gives secondary school personnel the chance to explore how DE-PBS might work in their school.Secondary Forum PresentationStrategy to Identify Disconnected Students

Bullying Prevention Worksheet

SEL Items School Climate Survey Report Guide

Major Versus Minor Grid

Common vs Trauma-Informed Views