Using Family and Student Voice to Inform Equitable PBIS Implementation

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Learning Activity

Involving students’ families in all three tiers of a PBIS implementation enhances the implementation as well as various aspects of the school and student outcomes. One element that such involvement positively influences is equity.

Problem-solving for equity involves four steps: 

  1. Problem Identification
  2. Problem Analysis
  3. Intervention Design
  4. Evaluation. 

When working towards an equitable implementation, stakeholders (i.e., staff, students, and families) produce ideas to provide culturally responsive tier supports during data-driven conversations. This stakeholder participation occurs during the Problem Analysis step during which potential answers for the question of ‘Why is this problem occurring?’ and ideas for how the problem can be solved are explored.

For this activity, watch the video linked in the Resources section. 
 


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Using Family & Student Voice to Inform Equitable PBIS Implementation

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