Putting Pep and Pizzazz Into Your PBIS Program and Personnel

Want to see an example of Dr. Riffel’s humor and ability to teach about behavior? Watch this short video

Overview:
How to keep the momentum going in your PBIS school-wide program

Audience:excited teen boy

This presentation is applicable for any school who has implemented the universal level of School-wide PBIS.

Requirements:

  • A presentation time of 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. works best.
  • A link will be sent for the booklet required for this training. You will need to print a booklet for each participant
  • Dr. Riffel will link the PowerPoint presentation the day of the training for participants.
  • Classroom style setting for participants (they will be writing and participating in group discussions.)
  • If more than 50 participants, Dr. Riffel will need a lavaliere (lapel) microphone and the ability to link to a sound system for video clips that illustrate specific points. (Dr. Riffel cannot hold a microphone for an extended period of time or stand in one place as she demonstrates with actual materials and through audience interaction.)
  • An extra table up front is required for demonstration materials.

Description:

  •  It’s easy to be excited about PBIS when schools first get started; however, within a few months it is easy for the excitement to dwindle.  This presentation will focus on ways to motivate:
    1. Staff
    2. Students
    3. Parents
    4. Community members
  • The focus of this presentation is on free rewards for the school- PBIS can be implemented on a shoestring budget.
  • This presentation will show pictures from real schools across the world.
  • Staff will be motivated to give out more gotchas because of the motivation piece built into this presentation.
  • The PBIS green team will focus on catching adults being good.
  • The Community will be excited to be involved in supporting your PBIS efforts.
  • The Parents will be excited to be involved in supporting your PBIS efforts.
  • This presentation will share ideas for group contingencies and group rewards.
  • This presentation will share ideas for group vs. group contingencies and group vs. group rewards.
  • This presentation will share ideas for individual contingencies and individual rewards.

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