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Minnesota PBIS Spring Training Cohort 12 Minnesota Regional Implementation Projects February-March, 2018 Minnesota Department of Education PBIS Mgt Team [email protected] education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org Takeaways Recognize your growth #1 predictor for sustaining PBIS Plan your transitions Stay connected and contribute to the effort education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 2 Build on the positives

RECOGNIZE YOUR GROWTH education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 3 MRIP Cohort 12 Progress 100% 90% Tiered Fidelity Inventory Tier 1 Average 80% 70% 69% 60% 60% 50% 49% 40%

37% 30% 20% 10% 62% 18% 0% 0% education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 0% 4 NRIP Cohort 12 Progress 100% 90% Tiered Fidelity Inventory Tier 1 Average 80% 70%

71% 60% 55% 50% 44% 40% 36% 30% 20% 61% 23% 10% 0% 0% education.state.mn.us

pbisMN.org 0% 5 SRIP Cohort 12 Progress 100% 90% Tiered Fidelity Inventory Tier 1 Average 80% 70% 73% 60% 59% 50% 46% 40% 37%

30% 20% 10% 61% 19% 0% 0% education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 0% 6 Team Use of Data #1 PREDICTOR FOR SUSTAINING PBIS education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org

7 PBIS in Minnesota Reduces Major Office Discipline Referrals Behavioral support is more efficient if the need for support beyond the universal level is minimized, typically 80-90% successful with universal, Tier 1 support alone 5-10% require the additional support of targeted interventions through Tier 2 1-5% require intensive, individualized support through Tier 3 Data indicate that Minnesotas PBIS schools are meeting or exceeding these targets State N = 204 education.state.mn.us Metro N = 97 North N = 62 pbisMN.org South N = 45

8 Decreased Use of Suspensions with PBIS Data from a few years ago showed that schools implementing PBIS represented approximately 25% of Minnesota districts, yet accounted for approximately 62.1% of the decrease in suspensions statewide over a four-year period education.state.mn.us 9 Cost of Implementing SWPBIS Relative to Benefits from Reducing Suspensions Costs of suspension and dropping out Cost to implement SWBPIS Upper end estimate of $12,400 $163,340/individual across a lifetime PLUS $527,695 in social costs A California example Reduce suspension rate by 1% Reduce dropouts due to

suspension by 4,233 individuals $691 million in fiscal benefits $2.2 billion in social benefits Existing resources and personnel reallocation Every $1 invested in SWPBIS resulted in fiscal savings of $104.90 solely from reducing dropout by way of reducing suspensions Swain-Bradway, J., Johnson, S. L., Bradshaw, C., & McIntosh, K. (November 2017). What are the economic costs of implementing SWPBIS in comparison to the benefits from reducing suspensions? Evaluation Brief, Issue 26. Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Technical Assistance Center. Economic Costs of Implementing SWPBIS education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 10 Schools DO Complete TFIs After Training PBIS Region

TOT # of % of # of PBIS % of PBIS # of PBIS % of PBIS # of nonschools schools cohort cohort cohort cohort cohort that are in that are in schools schools schools schools schools Total # of or have or have that that that that that schools completed completed completed completed completed completed completed PBIS PBIS a TFI last a TFI last a TFI this a TFI this a TFI last cohort cohort school school school school school training training

year year year year year South 491 171 34.8% 54 31.6% 49 28.7% 20 North 632 183

29.0% 92 50.3% 55 30.1% 2 Metro 896 289 32.3% 132 45.7% 92 31.8%

35 2,019 643 education.state.mn.us 278 pbisMN.org 196 57 11 TFI Scores Might Show More Growth if Fidelity Is Measured Twice in the Year TFI Tier 1 Averages of District Grantee Schools in FY 17: SCHOOLS THAT MEASURED FIDELITY IN BOTH FALL AND SPRING 100% 90% 80% 73% 70%

60% 59% 65% 63% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Non-Cohort (n = 21) Cohort (n = 84) TFI Tier 1 Averages Fall education.state.mn.us TFI Tier 1 Averages Spring pbisMN.org 12 But Schools Dont Always Share Their

Data Cohort 12 Metro North (n=15) (n=8) IMPLEMENTATION FIDELITY DATA SHARING Every other month, or more often 7% 13% Two to five times a year 40% 38% Once a year 33% 50% Cohort 13 South (n=9) Metro (n=12) North (n=8) South (n=25)

11% 0% 0% 4% 11% 8% 25% 12% 67% 17% 13% 4% Have not shared/Do not share 20%

0% 11% 75% 63% 80% OUTCOME DATA SHARING Every other month, or more often Two to five times a year 27% 25% 33% 17% 50% 12% 40%

50% 33% 17% 0% 8% Once a year 13% 25% 11% 8% 0% 4% Have not shared/Do not share 20% 0%

22% 58% 50% 76% education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 13 #1 Predictor of Sustaining PBIS Team Use of Data School team/staff skill, Regular team meetings, Data collection, Use of data for decision making, Presenting data to staff & community. Source: McIntosh, et al., 2014 education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 14

Potential of Using TFI Data for Targeted PD Informs the Tier 2 professional development of Tier 1 positive behavior supports i.e., What do most of our schools need from us? Also leads to Collective indicators of need District-wide Region-wide Statewide education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 15 Evaluation Schedule for Sustaining Schools Source: pbisMN.org/documents/dataCalendarAtAGlance_Sustaining2015_16.pdf education.state.mn.us pbisEvalMN.org 16

TFI Exchanges If you do not have a district/coop external PBIS coach or TFI exchange set up Check with your RIP Coordinator for a local connection, or Contact Wilder for support: [email protected] 651-280-2960 Source: pbisMN.org/ContactUs.html education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 17 Moving to PBIS sustainability PLAN YOUR TRANSITIONS education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 18 How Will Your School Close out PBIS strongly this school year?

Student data to celebrate? Messages to send home to families? Celebrate and encourage staff efforts? Get PBIS off to a strong start in 2018-19 (and beyond)? (Re)orienting staff during the opening week? Refreshing returning and teaching new students about behavioral expectations? education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 19 Effectively + efficiently STAY CONNECTED AND CONTRIBUTE education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 20 Multi-tiered Professional Development & Support m

Making it Happen Id ata Un ive rsa l Sc TF reen ing fro Intensive professional development Data-driven consultation Cohort Training Regions, districts & schools are accountable for developing the implementation support systems, resolving organization & system issues that arise, and achieving positive results. Helping it Happen targeted webinars,

Summer Institute, email list in-person trainings, newsletters, TFI exchanges Targeted professional development Self-management with peer or coaching supports Districts & schools solve problems that arise, and are accountable for achieving positive outcomes Letting it Happen pbisMN.org PBIS.org, archived webinars, email list & newsletter archives, social media, education.state.mn.us PBIS.org ScalingUp.org pbisMN.org Universal 24/7 professional development & technical assistance Publicly available to all Self-management Districts & schools are expected to make the translation from information to practice and are accountable for the intended outcomes

Adapted from Simonsen, MacSuga-Gage, Briere III, Freeman, Myers, Scott, Sugai, 2013, Greenhalgh, Robert, MacFarlane, Bate & Kyriakidou, 2004; Fixsen, Blase, Duda, Naoom, & Vandyke, 2010 21 D P e v i s n e t n i t s o m Our education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org

t r o p & Sup 22 Tier 3 PD & Support for Districts & Schools Making it Happen Intensive professional development Data-driven consultation SW-PBIS Cohort Training Cohort Training pbisMN.org/GSapplication.html Tier 3 Professional Development & TA Regions, districts & schools are accountable for developing the implementation support systems, resolving organization & system issues that arise, and achieving positive results.

Adapted from Fixsen, Blase, Duda, Naoom, & Vandyke, 2010 education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 23 Encourage Other Schools to Apply for Cohort Training Cohort application guides you through Exploration activities to form a team and get data system in place. Teams get the pre-requisites in place to be ready for PBIS Installation, including commitment to data collection and analysis. education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org pbisMN.org 24

24 & D P 2 r e i T e v i s n e t n i Less s t r o p

Sup education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 25 Tier 2 PD & Support for Districts & Schools Helping it Happen Summer Institute Targeted professional development Self-management w/peer or coaching supports TFI exchanges in-person & online events, info, PD, and coordination

pbisMN.org/pbisInstitute.html pbisMN.org/ContactUs.html In-person trainings Coaches meetings Sustainability events pbisMN.org/EventCalendars.html Targeted webinars Newsletters Email list mailmanlists.us/mailman/listinfo/mn.pbis Tier 2 Professional Development & TA Districts & schools solve problems that arise, and are accountable for achieving positive outcomes Adapted from Fixsen, Blase, Duda, Naoom, & Vandyke, 2010

education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 26 e l b a l i Ava education.state.mn.us s t r o p p u S 1 r

e i T 7 / 24 pbisMN.org 27 Tier 1 PD & Support for Districts & Schools pbisMN.org Letting it Happen Universal 24/7 professional development & technical assistance Publicly available to all Self-management Data Calendars pbisMN.org/EventCalendars.html

Social Media twitter.com/pbisMN facebook.com/pbisMN Archived webinars Email list archives mailmanlists.us/mailman/private/mn.pbis education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org education.state.mn.us/MDE/dse/sped/pbis Tier 1 Professional Development & TA Districts & schools are expected to make the translation from information to practice and are accountable for the intended outcomes Adapted from Fixsen, Blase, Duda, Naoom, & Vandyke, 2010

education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 28 & D P 1 r e i T f o s e l p m Exa s t r o

Supp education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 29 pbisMN.org Recommendations for Common Issues School Teams Home Content by Topic Recommendations for Common Issues Source: pbisMN.org/SchoolTeams.html education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 31 Common Issues like

Most of our PBIS team that went through training is no longer working here. We have a new principal. Whats the best way to transition? Our building needs a PBIS booster. How do we do that? We dont have current data. How do we start getting a data system back into place? Source: pbisMN.org/SchoolTeams.html education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 32 Give Back to MN PBIS We are looking for these skills & interests: Schoolwide or Tier 2/3 PBIS Trainer External Coach School-wide Information System (SWIS) Facilitator education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org

33 Share Your Matrix Send it to: [email protected] education.state.mn.us s r u o y t Pu pbisMN.org e m a ln o o ch o

o o t , n it 34 Apply to Be A Sustaining Exemplar School Identify & recognize exemplar schools that are getting positive student outcomes by: Using school-wide PBIS fidelity data to action plan, and Precision-problem solving student data to get big impact with small changes. Also, districts that are coordinating & supporting their PBIS schools can apply for district recognition Minnesota PBIS Sustaining Exemplar Schools education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 35 2018 Minnesota PBIS Institute & Film Festival June 13-14, 2018 at MDE - Roseville, MN

Request for proposals out soon Submission forms & presentations from previous institutes at Minnesota PBIS Summer Institute education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 36 PBISMN on Social Media twitter.com/pbisMN facebook.com/pbisMN education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 37 Become a Member of APBS Association for Positive Behavior Support APBS Conferences 2018 - San Diego (March 28-31) Manchester Grand Hyatt 2019 - Washington, D.C. (February 20-23) Grand Hyatt Washington

2020 - Miami (March 11-14) Hyatt Regency Miami 2021 - Minneapolis (March 17-20) Hyatt Regency Minneapolis education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 38 2017-18 APBS Webinar Series Presenter(s) Webinar Title Kathleen Ryan Angela Preston Supporting Effective Practices: An Overview of Active Implementation Frameworks and the Hexagon Tool Mitchell Yell RTI, MTSS, and PBIS: Federal Laws and Guidance Brian Gaunt Aligning RtI and PBIS: Lessons Learned and Opportunities for an Integrated MTSS

Kent McIntosh PBIS and Equity: Neutralizing Implicit Bias in School Discipline Decisions in CLASS: A Tier-2 Intervention for Young Children with Chronic Problem Maureen Conroy BEST Behavior Meme Heineman Applying Positive Behavior Support in the Context of Family Lives Greg Benner The Tacoma Whole Child Initiative: A Roadmap for Sustainable City-Wide Transformation Terry Scott Effective Responses to Student Escalation: Adult Behaviors as Predictors for Student Success Lynne DeSousa Integrating Trauma-Informed Approaches With PBIS Within an MTSS Framework education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 39

Save the Date: 2018 MNPBS Network Collaborators Forum Please mark your calendars for this FREE event 2018 Collaborators Forum Wednesday, May 9, 2018 Minnesota Department of Education, Conference Center B 1500 MN-36, Roseville, Minnesota The Collaborators Forum is an event for people interested in Positive Behavior Supports across settings and the lifespan in Minnesota. Our keynote speaker is Dr. Ashley MacSuga-Gage from the University of Florida and Florida Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Project. More information will be available soon at mnpsp.org education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 40 Closing Thoughts In addition to schools getting more efficient & effective information for action planning by using the TFI The more districts, regions and our state can support schools We have efficient ways to stay connected with each other, and look forward to future partnership opportunities ahead education.state.mn.us

Adapted from Brandi Simonson, PBIS Leadership Conference Chicago, Illinois 2016 41 North Regional MDE Contacts Mary Hunt [email protected] 651-582-8676 Ellen Nacik [email protected] 651-582-8665 Eric Kloos [email protected] 651-582-8268 education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 42 Metro Regional MDE Contacts Clay Keller [email protected] 651-582-8392

Becky Nies [email protected] 651-582-8648 Eric Kloos [email protected] 651-582-8268 education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 43 South Regional MDE Contacts Janet Christensen [email protected] 651-582-8513 Garrett Petrie [email protected] 651-582-8396 Eric Kloos [email protected] 651-582-8268 education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 44

References Simonsen, B., MacSuga Gage, A. S., Briere, D. E., Freeman, J., Myers, D., Scott, T., & Sugai, G. (2013). Multi Tiered Support Framework for Teachers Classroom Management Practices: Overview and Case Study of Building the Triangle for Teachers. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions. Fixsen, D. L., Blase, K. A., Duda, M. A., Naoom, S. F., & Van Dyke, M. (2010) Implementation of evidence-based treatments for children and adolescents: Research findings and their implications for the future. In J. R. Weisz & A. E. Kazdin (Eds.), Evidencebased psychotherapies for children and adolescents (2nd ed.; pp. 435-450). New York: Guilford Press. education.state.mn.us pbisMN.org 45

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