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    Topic: Positive Replacement Behaviors for Out of Control Behavior Rationale Several of the students in my classroom have disruptive, out of control behaviors. One of the paraeducators in my classroom is new to being a paraeducator and has struggled to provide positive replacement behaviors for the student she is primarily responsible for. She is constantly overwhelmed and becoming frustrated with the student, which is making the situation worse. My teacher asked to provide instruction on this for

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    Positive Behavior Support

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    school wide positive behavior support. This approach to discipline includes school-wide, targeted, and individualized strategies for achieving social and learning outcomes while preventing problem behavior with all students. It involves modifying our processes and procedures to help decrease problem behaviors. You will see that we have added reminders throughout the school (in the classrooms, hallways, lunchroom, bathrooms, etc.) as a friendly reminder of the rules to encourage good behavior. Our goal

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    Positive behavioral interventions and supports, also known as PBIS, has gone through several developments over the years. According to Sugai and Simonsen (2012), in the 1980's it was decided that there was a need for a system that would better implement and document behavioral interventions for students who have a variety of behavioral disorders (BD). In the 1990's it was added to the reauthorized Individuals with Disabilities Act. Over time it was decided that this system could also be beneficial

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    text outlines using positive behaviour supports to help these students to become successful. This can be done using visual supports and social stories. In order to help these students it is important to identify when interventions are needed and what the teacher can do to build resiliency and to remove triggers. Things that need to be taken into consideration is the classroom environment and transitions. Both are areas that can make or break a student’s ability to display positive behaviours. A way

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    (2008). Maryland state-wide PBIS initiative. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 10, 105-114. Benedict, E., Horner, R.H., & Squires, J. (2007). Assessment and implementation of Positive Behavior Support in preschools. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 27(3), 174-192. Biglan, A. (1995). Translating what we know about the context of antisocial behavior in to a lower prevalence of such behavior. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 28, 479-492. Blonigen, B., Harbaugh, W., Singell

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    Positive Behavioral Intervention & Strategies As quoted from an article by Sugai et al (2010), PBIS is a viable approach for improving school behavior and offers a framework for practices that may improve behaviors directly related to academic performances (Johnson et al, 2013). PBIS is typically organized as a multitiered model focusing on three overarching goals: (1) prevention of new cases of challenging behaviors by creating clear and predictable environments throughout a school (or facility)

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    Andrepoint Article Review Cultural responsiveness and school wide positive behavior support although total opposites in theoretical foundations, when blended together in the school system can have a positive outcome for student’s cultural equity. With the increasing clash of cultures between teachers and students, teachers today must practice being sociocultural conscious while, being culturally responsive to their students’ needs and behavior in order to be an effective teacher. These topics are important

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    Effects of Positive Unified Behavior Support on Instruction, The International Journal on Student Disaffection, 2009 Nomi Kviat, November 19, 2016 Article Critique 1 How should an educator deal with behavioral disturbances? “Effects of Positive Unified Behavior Support on Instruction,” written by Scott, White, Algozzine and Algozzine (2009) discussed this topic. The article discussed teachers use of Positive Behavior Support, PBS, as a means to help minimize behavior problems

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    There are many strategies when dealing with student behavior. However, they’re usually limited to the classroom setting and offices. When it comes to school wide management, Positive Behavior Interventions and Support or PBIS is an implementation framework that is designed to enhance academic and social behavior outcomes for all students by (a) emphasizing the use of data for informing decisions about the selection, implementation, and progress monitoring of evidence based behavioral practices;

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    Review Schoolwide positive behavioral interventions and supports is a systems approach to effectively managing student behavior. The review of literature will discuss the critical elements to a systems approach for schoolwide behavior management and the proposed implementation. I will also focus on describing the barrier and enablers for successful implementation of PBIS. Finally, I will discuss the literature on sustainability of PBIS. School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

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