Behavioral Websites Powerpoint

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Behavioral Resources
on the Web
Shandi Morey
Kim Meyer
Behavioral Websites
Can be divided into two types…
1) School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support
(PBIS)
2) Behavioral Interventions for specific populations
What do School-Wide PBIS
Websites Have to Offer?
 Informational
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PBIS model and philosophy
Functional behavioral assessment
Bully prevention
Social skills training
 Training Modules
 Free
 self-paced
 Data Collection/Monitoring Forms
School-Wide PBIS Websites
Website
University of KS
Online Academy
Training
Modules
URL
Pre/Post
Parent
Video
Test
Information
http://elearndesign.org/resour
ces.html
X
X
X
X
CalSTAT
http://www.calstat.org/classro
om/index.html
X
X
OSEP Center on
PBIS
http://www.pbis.org/swpbs_vid
eos/default.aspx
X
X
http://www.pacer.org/pbis/train
ingmods /index.asp
PACER Center PBIS
X
X
Social Foundations http://www.vanderbilt.edu/csef
for Early Learning el/resources/training_kits.html X
X
Kansas SchoolWide PBS
http://www.swpbs.org/schoolw
ide/index.html
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Kansas MTSS
http://www.kansasmtss.org/
X
What do Behavioral Intervention
Websites Have to Offer?
 Many examples and descriptions of interventions
 Sometimes sites are geared for specific populations
(e.g., autism), but most interventions can easily be
adapted to use with all students.
 Caution!
Research supports that an intervention
based on the outcome of a functional behavioral
assessment is more likely to be effective than one
based on best guess or trial and error.
 You must complete a functional behavioral
assessment.
National Professional
Development Center on ASD
 http://autismpdc.fpg.unc.edu/content/briefs
 Intended Population: Children and Youth with ASD and
related disorders
 Content: Lists evidence-based interventions. Each
intervention includes an overview, implementation
guide, a checklist, examples and forms that are ready
to use.
Technical Assistance Center on Social
Emotional Intervention for Young Children
(TACSEI)
 http://www.challengingbehavior.org/do/resources/teachi
ng_tools/ttyc.htm
 Intended Population: Young children with challenging
behaviors
 Content: Handouts, worksheets, techniques,
strategies, and visuals to support children in the
classroom.
The Red and Green Choices
 http://www.redandgreenchoices.com/
 Intended Population: Students with ASD and
behavioral challenges.
 Content: The resources and interventions on this
website are easily adapted to any student. The website
offers specific ideas using ‘green’ solutions, small and
sequential steps, student choice and reasonable goals.
Intervention Central
 http://www.interventioncentral.org/behavioralinterventions/
 Intended Population: Students with challenging
behaviors
 Content: Includes many ideas to motivate, reward, and
prevent problem behaviors. Ideas are also grouped by
‘school-wide classroom mgmt’, ‘challenging students’
and ‘bully prevention’.
Special Education Sites
 http://tp053.k12.sd.us/special_education_sites.htm
 Intended Population: Students with ASD and related
disorders
 Content: Examples of social stories, visual schedules,
and behavior monitoring schedules.
Sensory Processing
Disorder
 http://www.sensory-processing-disorder.com/index.html
 Intended Population: All
 Content: Ideas on how to assess a child’s sensory
deficits and activities to address those deficits.
Additional Resources
 http://kansasasd.com/ (visual supports/soc stories)
 http://www.speakingofspeech.com/Social_Skills_Pragmatics.
html (social stories, lesson plans, data sheets, message
boards)
 http://www.sekconnection.com/ (go to “resources” link)
Please help build a library of resources from our local
expertise on our website. Send your ideas, examples of
behavioral interventions, pictures, forms, favorite links to
Pamela Thompson at [email protected]
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