SWPBISSchool-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
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To meet this goal, we provide a brief overview of each facet of high quality research and an empirical example (demonstration/illustration) that encompasses each via a quasi-experimental study of the school-level effects of school-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (SWPBIS) on discipline outcomes in South Carolina.
While SWPBIS focuses primarily on building social and emotional skills, the Safe and Responsive Schools (SRS) project aims to reduce school violence and improve student behavior.
The advent of SWPBIS in general, special, and alternative education settings is integral to setting the foundational components of such programming.
(289) As with SWPBIS, schools that have implemented restorative justice practices have improved school safety and student discipline.
Several staff members have been undergoing intensive training on the SWPBIS program.
Because our study design randomized classrooms within school, school level variables such as SWPBIS implementation, should be equivalent across groups.
Statewide efforts to scale up the implementation of schoolwide behavior systems like SWPBIS, should be supported and encouraged at the federal level (Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates, 2009; Duncan, 2009; National Disability Rights Network, 2009).
One evidence-based, systematic school-wide approach for addressing social and behavioral concerns in schools and, distally, increasing students' access to academic instruction, is school-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (SWPBIS).
Identifying the most prevalent challenging behaviors has the potential to impact pre-service and in-service teacher training and the development of effective and focused interventions to address students' challenging behaviors (Quinn et al., 2001; SWPBIS for Beginners, 2013).
Schools that are implementing SWPBIS. Retrieved from www.pbis.org
Barriers and facilitators to integrating SWPBIS in alternative education settings with existing behavior management systems.
This study was conducted to identify and validate the components of sustainability that increase the ability of schools to sustain schoolwide PBIS (SWPBIS).