February 2024 Secondary Forum Materials and Handouts
- Delaware Multi-Tiered System of Support: Implementation Guide
- Delaware SEL Competencies
- Center on Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports:
- DE-PBS Project:
- Guest Speaker Resources
- Amplifying Student Voices Handout
- Colonial Universal Screening Slides
PBIS Core Implementation
- Lessons Learned on Implementation of PBIS in High Schools: Current Trends and Future Directions
- Monograph on SWPBS Implementation in High Schools: Current Practice and Future Directions
- Fidelity of SW-PBIS in High Schools
- High School PBIS Implementation: Student Voice
- 2022 PBIS Leadership Forum Presentation: Getting PBIS Started in High Schools
- High School PBIS Implementation – Staff Buy-In
- Video: High School Implementation: Supporting College and Career Readiness Through PBIS
January 2023 Secondary Forum Materials and Handouts
LEA Secondary Example of MTSS and Effective Reintegration in Action
February 2020 Secondary Forum Materials and Handouts
- Ladder of Student Involvement Handout
- Teacher Handout Trauma – Children and Families First
- Tier 1 Recognition Matrix
- Secondary Forum Presentation 2019
- Secondary Forum Presentation 2018
- Secondary Forum Presentation 2016
- Secondary Forum Presentation 2014
February 2019 Secondary Forum Materials and Handouts
Topics Covered Previously and Related Forms and Resources
PBIS Ideas from Other Secondary Schools
- Dover HS – Promoting an Aligned MTSS Presentation
- Talley MS – Advisory Lessons Presentation
- McKean HS – Secondary Forum Presentation
- Allen Park Community School (High School) 2015-16 PBS Presentation
- Allen Park Community School (High School) Newsletter 2014
- Northville High School 2015-16 PBS Presentation
- Northville High School Sample PBS Posters
- Roosevelt High School Brochure
PBIS Basics at the Secondary Level
- Top 10 Ideas for Rebooting Resource
- Action Plan
- Major Versus Minor Grid
- Office Referral Definitions
- De-Escalation Strategies
- How Do You Include Students in Your PBS Initiative
Behavior Management Strategies
SEL at the Secondary Level
- Get to Know Your Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Data
- Bullying Prevention Worksheet
- Growth Mindset-Related Interventions Research and Outcomes
- The Advisory Guide Book Review
Student Connectedness and Involvement
Extended List and Descriptions of Secondary Resources with Links
These presentations were used to guide discussions at the Fall 2014 and Winter 2016 Secondary Forum sponsored by the DE-PBS Project.
|This resource provides PBS teams with ideas and helpful websites and webinar about how to reinvigorate PBS at the secondary level.
|This half page sheet encourages professionals to think about how they include students on their team, in the PBS decision making process, and how they solicit their feedback.
|This document allows professionals to utilize their Delaware School Climate Survey data to help understand how people perceive the use of SEL techniques in their school and how students and their parents see student engagement in the school. This information can be used for baseline data for goal-setting.
|This document allows professionals to utilize their Delaware School Climate Survey data for their specific schools in order to determine what and where their bullying prevention priorities are. It also details four steps that could help your school to create or bolster a bullying prevention and response system.
|This chart will help professionals to plan activities for their school regarding bullying, major vs. minor offenses, social-emotional learning, and your SW-PBS program in general. Included in this document is space to record the activity, who is or who will be responsible, notes on the timeline, and what supports are needed, if any.
|This document provides an example from a high school to help schools differentiate between major and minor offenses for office referrals. Examples are provided for various high school offenses, and a chart is also provided with examples of how to reinforce positive behavior.
|This document lists several minor problem behaviors, major problem behaviors, locations within the school, possible motivations, others involved, and administrative decisions, and defines each in a chart.
|This document defines verbal de-escalation as a targeted intervention for use with students who are at risk for aggression. It defines several terms with which to be familiar, includes a case study, goes over discussion questions, and reviews frequently asked questions.
|All educators should know the basics of how to de-escalate the agitated student. This checklist is adapted for use by schools from research on best practices in calming individuals in medical or psychiatric settings. The strategies are indented to be used in a flexible manner to increase the odds that an educator can respond efficiently and effectively to students who present with a wide range of emotional issues.
|This document can be used to help determine to what extent a particular school policy, protocol, procedure or document is or is not trauma-informed. The contrasting views are designed to draw attention to language, both verbal and non-verbal, that does not support a trauma-sensitive school environment and may trigger students with trauma histories.
|This document outlines two SW activities that could help to schools to proactively identify students who may benefit from Tier 2 and 3 interventions. One activity can be completed at a staff meeting; the other is used a surveying tool.
|This document is an excerpt from Carol Dweck and associates’ white paper Academic Tenacity (available at https://web.stanford.edu/~gwalton/home/Welcome_files/DweckWaltonCohen_2014.pdf) This figure lists interventions related to developing students’ growth mindset that have been found to improve academic outcomes for students.
|These resources provide PBS ideas from other secondary schools.