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As part of the CIBRS mission, we strive to provide schools and other service providers with information, examples, and resources to support the highest level of effective intervention across all students. As such, we will continually provide updates on available resources – both those created by CIBRS and those created elsewhere and available to practitioners. The following are links to additional projects, information, handouts, and resources that may be helpful in considering high-probability practices in school settings.

PREVENTING RESTRAINT AND SECLUSION


WHAT IS PBIS - 1 INTRODUCTION

This module describes the underlying logic of PBIS as a multi-tiered system of support. The purpose is to provide a simple rationale for using the PBIS logic to establish a foundation for the basic requirements of a PBIS system.
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WHAT IS PBIS - 2 TEAMING

This module describes to role of a PBIS team, how it is developed, and considerations for running efficient and effective meetings.
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WHAT IS PBIS - 3 PREDICTING STUDENT FAILURE

This module provides an overview of effective behavior prediction strategies. An example of the hot spot mapping activity is included to assist schools with identifying where, when, and why common area problem behavior is occurring.
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WHAT IS PBIS - 4 PREVENTION

The purpose of this module is to reiterate the logic of prevention as a first level of intervention. It describes the keys to effective prevention (instruction, routines, and physical arrangement) and provides examples intended to help school staff make a connection between school’s big ideas/matrix and anchored instruction.
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WHAT IS PBIS - 5 REACTION

This module provides the purpose of school-wide positive acknowledgment and describes how it can be easily delivered.
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WHAT IS PBIS - 6 EVALUATION

This module illustrates how schools can use office reports/referrals as an index of school-wide behavior success. It describes how a PBIS team might use these data at monthly meetings to evaluate the effectiveness of the school wide behavior support system.
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WHAT IS PBIS - 7 SELF-ASSESSMENT

This module describes the process of assessing the overall fidelity of PBIS implementation as a part of a continuous improvement plan. It includes examples of various fidelity instruments (e.g., SET, ASA, TFI)
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CONSIDERING MENTAL HEALTH - 1 INTRODUCTION AND LOGIC

Mental health can be a confusing topic – especially when considered across the entire school. In this module we simply want to provide you with some information that may help you as you consider mental health as a part of educating the whole child.
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CONSIDERING MENTAL HEALTH - 2 SCREENING

Children and young adults often don’t seek help for mental health problems on their own. It is up to us to notice when something doesn’t seem right, and to reach out in a supportive way. In this unit we’ll discuss how mental illness is not always obvious – but likely involves a pattern of behavior rather than just a single incident.
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CONSIDERING MENTAL HEALTH - 3 SUPPORT

In this unit we will discuss the role that all adults play in supporting the mental wellness needs of all students. Everyone in the school setting can provide support and help ensure that school-related protective factors are in place.
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CONSIDERING MENTAL HEALTH - 4 RESOURCES

This unit discusses how to access resources and further information. Remember, you are not expected to become an expert in mental health intervention. But we all are the first line of assessment in the school so we need to be aware of the available resources.
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Effective Instruction

This set of modules provides a complete overview of the logic and research behind the foundations of effective instruction. There is a science of teaching and these modules both alert the viewer to this science and provide examples to demonstrate. Each module includes discussion questions and activities for use with group study.


LEARNING SETUP

This module describes how teacher can arrange an environment to maximize learning. The physical arrangement of the classroom, consistent rules and routines, and even the breakdown of lesson components are all under the control of the teacher and can be designed in ways to encourage success.
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OPENING A LESSON

When the teacher introduces a new lesson to students it is important that there be connections to anchor new learning to students’ real lives and their prior learning. This module provides steps for effective lesson introductions.
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DELIVERING INSTRUCTION

This module focuses on the teacher’s role in delivering instruction in the most effective manner. Success is maximized when teaching examples are relevant and logically presented and sequenced and when the teacher uses examples as opportunities to engage students in the content.
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ENGAGEMENT AND FEEDBACK

Consider that the more opportunities students have to engage during instruction, the more opportunities there will be to provide feedback. This module stresses the importance of teacher strategies that positively engage students in the curriculum, producing the success that allows for high rates of positive feedback.
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PRACTICE

Fluency is critical if we hope for students to continue using their new skills over time and when they are no longer under supervision of teachers. It is well known that repetition builds fluency – and practice is how we help students to get the necessary repetitions. This module provides examples of how practice spaces small amount of positive repetitions to maximize student success.
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FACILITATING INDEPENDENCE

This module addresses specific considerations and practices that teachers in which teachers can engage to maximize the probability of independence. The goal is for the student to master the skill, have confidence in his or her ability to use it successfully, and to use it as necessary throughout life
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Opportunities to Respond

In this video, a variety of methods or Opportunities to Respond are demonstrated to increase student engagement.
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DIRECT INSTRUCTION READING

In this video series, Dr. Regina Hirn provides an overview of explicit reading instruction
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JCPS Classroom Modules


MODULE 1: ENGAGEMENT USING OPPORTUNITIES TO RESPOND - ELEMENTARY

MODULE 1: ENGAGEMENT USING OPPORTUNITIES TO RESPOND - SECONDARY

Module 1 instructions and discussion guide Download

MODULE 2: EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL FEEDBACK - ELEMENTARY

MODULE 2: EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL FEEDBACK - SECONDARY

MODULE 2 INSTRUCTIONS AND DISCUSSION GUIDE Download