Get More Outcomes - With Less Effort!
Since 2012, these PBIS Manuals have been providing school teams with the guiding principles, evidence-based practices, templates, and step-by-step process required to create a high fidelity PBIS system the first time. All the elements are here to implement a PBIS/MTSS framework that is culturally responsive for your staff, students, and community. Within the first year, schools will see measurable decreases in behaviors that interfere with learning and an improved climate and culture.
This textbook is full of interactive photo galleries, embedded videos, full page templates, and examples from schools implementing PBIS around the nation.
• Expectation matrix tips and trips, plus four essential elements of a PBIS poster
• Four part reinforcement system, it’s not just tickets
• Three things adults must say before giving students a ticket in order for it to be effective
• Pros/Cons of school stores vs raffle vs digital reinforcement
• Why a four part accountability (consequence) system is critical to avoid dirty data
• How to organize a high profile PBIS Kick Off and Roll Out’s to four stakeholder groups
• Strategies to maintain, sustain and evaluate PBIS to ensure outcomes
• Action plans and free resources are provided at the end of each chapter
See our other books: KOI PBIS Tier 2 Manual, KOI PBIS Tier 3 Manual, and Behavior Principles.
Praise for KOI PBIS Tier 1 Manual
The PBIS Tier 1 Manual and training taught us the importance of a systematic approach and the need to create leadership and ownership in the PBIS/MTSS process. - Seth Aleshire, Principal, Tucson Unified School District, Tucson, Arizona
I loved the use of multi-media, handouts, internet links, and website resources in all the KOI PBIS Manuals. It helped our team implement PBIS the right way the first time! - Angela Hernandez, Phoeinx Union High School District, Phoenix, Arizona
All the examples in our PBIS Tier 1 Manual are great resources to refer back to. The videos and Action Plans are so helpful. I also appreciate the time to work on our tasks during training. Thank you for all the useful PBIS information. - Jen Coleman, Teacher, Cave Creek Unified School District, Cave Creek, Arizona