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Increasing the capacity of Florida's school districts to implement positive behavior support within a multi-tiered system.
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Center on PBIS Feb 20
We asked Dr. Ruthie Payno-Simmons, "How can coaches help school teams that are reluctant to take steps to improve equity in school discipline?" Here's what she had to say:
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Florida PBIS Feb 21
means we don't wait for problems to occur - we use data, instruction and recognition to find out what will make students successful. Here's a 1-page handout with more information:
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Karen Epstein Feb 20
Please support my WLMS Kindness Ambassadors after school club. We are selling our BEE KIND shirt until 2/24! Go to , parent portal, (you don’t have to be a parent to order) & enter in the code BEEKIND.
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Heather Peshak George, PhD Feb 20
The FLPBIS:MTSS Project has released their 2018-2019 Annual Report! Check out the latest impact occurring across Florida’s schools and districts. 20 years later & still going strong! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Project Reports - LiveBinder
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Florida PBIS Feb 20
Positive phone calls home are a low-cost, high return practice. They're self-esteem builders, relationship-builders, climate builders, and more. Thank you for showing us the power of this simple strategy!
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Florida PBIS Feb 19
Pre-corrections are one of the most effective and UNDER utilized ways to minimize situationally inappropriate behavior. This free mobile app designed by can help to support and evaluate your use of pre-corrections and positive recognition. We hope you check it out!
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Florida PBIS Feb 19
Many factors contributing to chronic absenteeism are addressed by . This new brief by explains the connections and offers strategies for using your multi-tiered behavior framework to support strong attendance.
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Florida PBIS Feb 18
Data-based decision making is how sustains positive student outcomes. Thanks for sharing your experience, ! 🌠
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Florida PBIS Feb 17
Florida's PBIS Project will be there...will you? 🌴🏖️🌴
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Florida PBIS Feb 17
Today is ! Tell us about the acts of kindness you see (and do) today, and the effect it has on others. If you need ideas, has you covered:
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Florida PBIS Feb 14
This Valentine's Day, let's all show ourselves some love by engaging in some self-care. This resource by identifies specific strategies everyone can use to support personal mental health:
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Florida PBIS Feb 13
In case you missed it: the National Technical Assistance Center for is now on Twitter! Follow for resources, technical information and more!
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Florida PBIS Feb 12
Students don't cause disproportionate discipline - people, policy & practice do. In latest blog, Dr. Payno-Simmons shows how perspective and systems-level thinking is necessary to achieve equity in schools.
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Florida PBIS Feb 11
Practicing kindness has positive effects on mental and physical health for the performer as well as the recipient. This is a great mental health practice to fold into your framework - thanks for sharing the example !
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Florida PBIS Feb 10
Ditch the clip, or flip it instead! Avoid shaming students with your clip chart by using it to acknowledge students for following expectations. This new brief by the national center breaks it down for you. Thanks, !
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PBIS PASCO Feb 5
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Heather Peshak George, PhD Feb 6
Yes! We have to change adult behavior in order to positively impact student behavior! We “seasoned adults” can do this together!
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Florida PBIS Feb 7
We hope you can join us for our next Technical Assistance Chat where we will be diving into some of the research that supports why PBIS is such a powerful behavioral framework.
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Florida PBIS Feb 7
Culturally responsive conflict resolution: this free recording provides a number of strategies to increase equity for historically underserved students - including teaching culturally valid skills for dealing with interpersonal conflict
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Heather Peshak George, PhD Feb 5
Students exposed to trauma are at increased risk of discipline. There are resources to help prevent this and get kids and teachers the help they need before it’s too late! Check out and !
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