This module supports the District Implementation Team in developing readiness activities and making district decisions to ensure schools are ready to install school-wide PBIS. Teams also develop an initiative inventory and alignment process to be used when exploring readiness and fit of any initiative.
This highly interactive 3-day series is designed to support individuals who facilitate and/or participate on teams completing Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP). Participants will learn about the FBA/BIP process along with support tools and information on how to facilitate the process. There will be assigned work to complete between each live Zoom session.
The FBA-BIP State Trainer Network series is designed to develop local training capacity within ISDs to train individuals to facilitate and/or participate on teams completing a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and create a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP). High-quality FBAs and BIPs can lead to improved outcomes for students accessing Tier 3, individualized support.
Setting up programs and practices to be implemented with fidelity, produce positive outcomes for students, and to sustain over time requires strategic, stage-based planning. Identifying the implementation stage for a program or practice allows ISDs and Districts to improve the quality of support they provide to schools and staff. One tool that can be leveraged to support this intentional thinking is the Implementation Stages Planning Tool (ISPT). By using the ISPT to take a stage-based approach to implementation, ISDs and Districts can identify the current stage of implementation, select targeted stage-based activities to move a program or practice toward full implementation, and determine stage-based outcomes.
Selection and deselection of educational initiatives and innovations should be the result of a thorough analysis of critical factors related to successful implementation, including resources required and evidence of effectiveness. District Implementation Teams will develop a high-quality review process to be used when selecting initiatives, innovations, and assessments.
This three-part series includes readiness and installation activities to build a PBIS and mental health infrastructure to support the implementation of the Interconnected School Framework (ISF) at the district/community level.