Resources

Resources for Educators & Parents During the Pandemic

Safety, Relationships, & Predictability are Paramount.

Introduction to SWPBIS

PBIS is an Implementation framework for maximizing the selection and use of evidence-based prevention and intervention practices along a multi-tiered continuum that supports the academic, social, emotional, and behavioral competence of all students.

Anti-Racism and Equity in SWPBIS

PBIS/MTSS can allow us to correct the systematic academic and disciplinary inequities that have persisted in our school systems. 

PBIS/MTSS as a Framework for Equity

PBIS/MTSS can allow us to correct the systematic academic and disciplinary inequities that have persisted in our school systems.

Family Engagement is Foundational

Here are some first steps a school or district can take when building the infrastructure for effective family and community collaboration

Mental Health in SWPBIS: Mental health is everyone’s responsibility

The Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF) is a structure and process to integrate Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports and School Mental Health within school systems.

Tier 1: Universal foundation of Support (All)

Tier 1 are universal or primary approaches that are preventative in nature

Tier 2: Group-Based Intervention (Some)

Tier 2, targeted, group-based interventions are designed to serve students who have not responded to Tier 1 interventions.

Tier 3: Intensive, Individualized Prevention (Few)

At Tier 3, these students receive more intensive, individualized support to improve their behavioral and academic outcomes.

Ditch the Clip! Why Clip Charts Are Not a PBIS Practice

Instead of assuming students know what to do, we can define, teach, and practice what we want to see, which is the most effective approach for improving behavior 

MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Did you know that the Northwest Mental Health Transfer Technology enter (MHTTC) provides training and technical assistance (TA) in evidence-based practices (EBPs) in SAMHSA’s Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington).

Click HERE for free resources and upcoming events.