Basics of Classroom Management for PBIS

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The classroom environment is one of the many factors that contribute to student learning. With classroom PBIS practices, the goal is to utilize preventative and responsive approaches that effectively provide students with universal, targeted, and intensive supports.

While teachers have the flexibility to design specific management strategies that are responsive to their teaching style and students’ backgrounds, these strategies should be aligned to the following five evidence-based principles (Florida PBIS, 2016): 

  1. Maximize structure in the classroom with predictable routines and a safe, orderly environment
  2. Teach, monitor, and reinforce expectations and rules that are aligned to the school-wide expectations
  3. Actively engage students by providing culturally responsive instruction that includes high rates of opportunities to respond
  4. Use a continuum of culturally responsive strategies to acknowledge appropriate behavior
  5. Use a continuum of culturally responsive strategies to respond to inappropriate behavior 

Completed the ‘Classroom Management Self-Assessment’ on page 9  of the Responding to Non-Responsive Behavior document in the Resources section. 

This self-assessment contains ten items to check and measures the extent to which effective classroom management practices are in place.


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