PBIS Video Series: Tiered Fidelity Inventory, Data-based Decision Making and Supporting the Needs of the Whole Child
By: Ohio Department of Education/OCALI with State Support Team Support
(Click Photo to go to login. Must have login to SAFE account on OHID website, then access the Learning Management System, Course Catalog, Search: PBIS)
Podcast Reviewed By: Carrie McClure
"This video series provides in-depth information and resources about the important components of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) for implementation with fidelity to support continuous improvement in the areas of whole child, data, and the Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI). The whole child video modules address the needs of the whole child by introducing external factors to better understand how to support the individual needs of students through trauma informed practices and social, emotional learning. The data video modules inform how to collect and use data to inform decision-making within PBIS implementation. The TFI video modules discuss how the TFI provides a valid, reliable, and efficient measure of the extent to which teams are applying the core features of PBIS."
Why I Recommend This Podcast:
My colleague, Krista Dickens, and myself are PROUD to have many buildings with high level PBIS implementation and sustainability of practices in our region.
LMS Module: TFI - We have looked at adult implementation data (TFI) for many years, but how do we use that TFI data to inform our ACTION PLAN?
LMS Module: Data Based Decision Making - With a community increase in Social-Emotional needs, Trauma Impact, and Ohio/Regional increases in exclusionary discipline (Suspensions, ISS/OSS, and Expulsions), now is the time to dig deeper to see if our behavior support systems are working by examining STUDENT PROGRESS DATA!
LMS Module: Supporting the Needs of the Whole Child - Finally, stretch yourself to think outside of the box, utilize our community partners to support students and families. Take a peek into what some districts are doing to support THE WHOLE CHILD!