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This is for PBIS Tier II coaches... Our tier II interventions include a behavior chart to help with student reflection of their day for 30 days. When the 30 days is up if they still need to be on the chart it continues until they are successful. This can be a great tool for students to become more self aware and it is a positive intervention because it serves as a way for students to get positive feedback.

BUT, what do other schools do for students who do not respond to Tier II systems? If they figure out the "System" they are successful on the chart (because they have to bel not because they want to be) but then when they are off the chart the behaviors go back to the way it was and they are back on it again. Year after year there has been a student who has been on a chart for the past 5 years. He is not responding to the chart this year, brags about his low score, doesn't care if he is on it or not. Are there any schools that modify the chart for the student to help them re...See More
Anne R I'm not on the Tier II system for our school with PBIS, but I would like to share a story about a student I struggled with last year. Last year, we had a student that was on check-in/check-out where the student was to check in with a teacher each morning before school and then at the end of the day to see how they did. Well, this student gradually ...See More
Sep 28
Samantha M I definitely think that would help this student. Unfortunately, we are a Restitution school and we do not believe in rewards. It is something I have had to come to terms with and try to understand. But I think that we should be able to make an exception for students who are constantly on Check in Check Out. It is terribly frustrating for me.
Sep 29


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