Defining and Teaching Expected Behaviors
Students and staff need to know what behaviors are acceptable and expected in all different contexts throughout the school. In order to support students’ academic and social success, specific school wide and classroom expected behaviors must be clearly posted and explicitly taught, and retaught. Differentiate instruction of expected behavior through a variety of resources and regularly practice with students to insure generalization across settings.
The links below provide resources for the Defining and Teaching Expected Behaviors:PBIS - Student Training Resources with the following categories andhyperlinks:Booster Shots,Gotcha Resources,Lesson Plans,Sample Behavior Expectations,Sample Introduction PowerPoints,Sample Matrices and Guidelines,Songs
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