PBIS – Effective Classroom Practices

2 Points

MO SW-PBS has identified Eight Effective Classroom Practices that have been shown to increase the likelihood of appropriate behavior and decrease problem behavior while increasing academic learning time.


PBIS – Tier 1 – Discouraging Inappropriate Behavior

3 Points

This course provides information on the practices needed to build a comprehensive system to discouraging the full range of inappropriate behaviors.


PBIS – Tier 2 – Check In, Check Out

3 Points

This course provides information about the Check-In, Check-Out (CICO) Tier 2 intervention, steps for developing a CICO program, and strategies for effective implementation.


PBIS – Tier 2 – Foundational Knowledge

3 Points

This course provides foundational and readiness information for the development of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support (SW-PBS) Tier 2 behavioral interventions. SW-PBS is a framework for a continuum of evidenced-based interventions to achieve academically and behaviorally important outcomes for all students.


PBIS – Tier 2 – Student Identification Process

3 Points

This course provides information for Tier 2 teams to develop a system for identifying students who may need additional support.


PBIS Effective Strategies

2 Points

One of the proven strategies to help deter problem behaviors is active supervision. Read about the components of active supervision and an example of a teacher using it.


PBIS–Matrix Reinforcement

2 Points

Use the PBIS Matrix to reinforce positive behavior expectation in your school.


PBIS – Tier 1 – Clarifying Expected Behaviors

2 Points

This badge takes you through a course provides information necessary for the development of schoolwide expectations and specific behaviors/rules that make up the building matrix.


PBIS – Tier 1 – Encouraging Expected Behaviors

2 Points

This badge takes you through a course to learn about the practices needed to build a comprehensive system to encourage and motivate students, both as they are learning the expected behaviors and then to maintain those skills as students become more fluent with their use.