Team Leader Training 12 11 06

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Published on July 9, 2007

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Blue Ribbon Discipline CommitteeTeam Leader Training 12/11/06:  Blue Ribbon Discipline Committee Team Leader Training 12/11/06 Welcome Please sign in and pick up today’s handouts at the registration table Please sit by area (Elementary 1, 2, 3; Middle Schools, High Schools) Please make and wear a name tag Introduction/Rationale of Session:  Introduction/Rationale of Session Needs addressed by last session’s evaluations are: Team building Team roles Faculty buy in We added: School-wide incentives Matches first sections of Team Implementation Checklist (TIC) Getting to Know You:  Getting to Know You At your tables, please share: Your name Your school One celebration (personal or professional) Group Roles:  Group Roles Rationale of using roles at a meeting Facilitator Timekeeper Recorder Task Person Encourager Draw roles for next activity Blue Ribbon Agenda Template:  Blue Ribbon Agenda Template Rationale of using agenda at all meetings (time saver, documentation, accountability) Assign roles Review agenda and add items Data review Team Implementation Checklist (Section 4) Action Items/Task List School Rules:  School Rules 3 – 5 school wide behavior expectations are defined and posted throughout the building (see TIC Section 4) Importance of Rules:  Importance of Rules Define 3-5 school-wide behavioral expectations Define each expectation (how it will look across different settings) Teach the expectations to ALL students Teach the expectations in ALL settings Allow students a chance to practice behaviors Examples of Rules of Behavior:  Examples of Rules of Behavior High 5’s Be respectful Be responsible Be there, be ready Follow directions Hands/feet to self The Respect School Respect others Respect property Respect yourself Formula 4 Success = Respect Responsibility Ready-to-learn Re-thinking The 5 Be’s Be kind Be safe Be cooperative Be respectful Be peaceful Code of Conduct I am respectful I am responsible I am safe I am prepared Respect + Responsibility = Pride Show respect Show responsibility Sample Behavior Expectation Matrix:  Sample Behavior Expectation Matrix     Matrix Activity:  Matrix Activity Use roles selected earlier Look at Sample Behavior Expectation Matrix As a group, add one positively stated Behavior Expectation to each box If you brought a matrix from your school, share with your table Behavior Expectation Matrix:  Behavior Expectation Matrix Lesson Plans:  Lesson Plans PBIS recommends intentional teaching of rules and behavioral expectations with lesson plans, role plays, practice of non-examples and examples Divide up content assignments among teachers and then have them share with each other Purpose of School Wide Incentives:  Purpose of School Wide Incentives Teach new behaviors Encourage/establish infrequent and non-fluent behaviors Strengthen replacement (new) behaviors that compete with habitual undesirable behavior Encourage frequent positive interactions Area 1 Elementary:  Area 1 Elementary Klondike Elementary Josh Acker, Team Leader/Teacher Slide15:  Slide16:  Slide17:  Area 2 Elementary:  Area 2 Elementary Georgia Avenue Elementary Raychellet Williamson, Team Leader/ Assistant Principal Area 3 Elementary:  Area 3 Elementary Evans Elementary Cynthia Alexander, Principal Middle School:  Middle School Craigmont Middle GREAT Program Cindy Saulsberry, Team Leader / Instructional Facilitator Slide21:  Slide22:  High School:  High School Booker T. Washington High Tracy Brittmon, Assistant Principal Incentives Activity:  Incentives Activity Change roles As a group, read 'Developing a School wide Reward System' handout from table (also in your handout) Using grid provided on table, fill in the first line with a plan for using high frequency reinforcers (Gotchas, tickets, bucks, etc.) Slide25:    PBIS School-Wide Reinforcement/Incentive/Acknowledgement Planning Grid   Sharing Gotcha Incentive Ideas:  Sharing Gotcha Incentive Ideas Ideas from the group Unexpected/Intermittent :  Unexpected/Intermittent Most schools do this Teachers recommend student of the week Student recognized on morning announcements Tie to rules andamp; behavioral expectations Everyone on time to class gets ticket Subs give out more Drawings Long Term Celebrations:  Long Term Celebrations With certain number of tickets earn Special event (dance, meal, talent show, etc.) Field trip Uniform reprieve Entrance to sports/theatre/extracurricular events Break & Doorprizes:  Break andamp; Doorprizes Be back in 10 minutes to be eligible for a prize Connect the Dots:  Connect the Dots Positive interactions Celebrate successes A few people can make a huge difference We All Have the Freedom and Power to Choose:  We All Have the Freedom and Power to Choose Creative Excitement Heartfelt Commitment Cheerful Cooperation Willing Compliance Malicious Obedience Rebel or Quit -Stephen Covey, The 8th Habit Collaboration and Teamwork Faculty Buy In Activity:  Faculty Buy In Activity Change roles Brainstorm 8th Habit Information What has or can work in your school? Complete top 3 ideas on Lightbulb form Characteristics of Faculty Buy In:  Characteristics of Faculty Buy In 'Previous work in urban high schools found that staff engagement does not necessarily mean that there is no conflict or concerns (Fenning andamp; Bohanon-Edmonson, 2004). Staff engagement is apparent when all key constituents have an opportunity to share their concerns and have a role in the shaping and modification of PBS strategies.' Staff Buy In & Stress:  Staff Buy In andamp; Stress Questions and Answers:  Questions and Answers The floor is open for questions Disciplinary Referral Form:  Disciplinary Referral Form Order from Inventory Control Form # 14629 320-6220 New form not ready at this time Next Steps:  Next Steps Fill in your Next Steps personal commitment form Look at the topics covered today at the top of the form to assist you Evaluation and Closing:  Evaluation and Closing Please complete your evaluation form Give us suggestions for topics for future sessions that will assist your Blue Ribbon Discipline Committee Slide39:  Coordinator, Denise Keys Johnson Research andamp; Evaluation, Tequilla Banks PBIS Coaches/Prevention Supervisors Area 1 Charlotte Baucom Area 2 Ashley Faulk Area 3 Brady Henderson Middle Ann Sharp High School Leticia Bush, Interim Emergency Management Linda Delaney Student Leadership andamp; Peer Mediation Janice Johnson ISS/Behavior Specialists Leticia Bush District Behavior Specialists:  District Behavior Specialists Zone 1 Ptorey Crutchfield Zone 2 Angeletta Giles Zone 3 Willa Broom Zone 4 Dana Gaston Zone 5 Morrice Apprey

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