Getting Started with ISF
New! Community of Practice
The Center on PBIS is hosting a series of monthly Community of Practice (CoP) sessions to bring people together in an effort to explore how a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) can strengthen current efforts to support increasing needs. Participants will have time for learning and processing with others in this space. Team participation is highly encouraged. Participation is provided at no cost. Registration is required.
Who: Leadership Team hiring clinicians, Leadership Teams recruiting diverse workforces, Clinicians new to working with leadership teams, Individual clinicians
What: Join others from across the country to learn and be in community with practitioners, technical assistance providers, and other educational and mental health system professionals.
How: Join virtually. No cost. Registration is required.
When: Monthly series. All CoPs from noon-1:30pm CST
January 24: Assessing Current Status: What are the needs? How can a community of practice support you? - Recording - Passcode: 6L36E!9A
February 21: How should our systems adapt to support the changing role of staff in the current context? -- Recording
March 21: Leveraging and Braiding Funding to Support Changing Role of Staff - Recording - Passcode: r?*3m#Dd
May 18 - Creating Responsive Systems through Intentional Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Mental Health Providers
*Click on date for registration. All links coming soon!
What will be different when education and mental health systems are integrated?
Advancing Education Effectiveness: Interconnecting School Mental Health and School-Wide PBIS, Volume 2: An Implementation Guide
The National ISF Leadership Team developed this Implementation Guide with resources for district and school teams to install and implement an Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF). Links to District and School Installation Guides and resources are found below.
Table of Contents:
Suggested Citation: Eber, L., Barrett, S., Perales, K., Jeffrey-Pearsall, J., Pohlman, K., Putnam, R, Splett, J., & Weist, M.D.(2019). Advancing Education Effectiveness: Interconnecting School Mental Health and School-Wide PBIS, Volume 2: An Implementation Guide. Center for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (funded by the Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education). Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon Press. https://www.pbis.org/resource/interconnecting-school-mental-health-and-pbis-volume-2
Introduction to ISF Volume 2: An Implementation Guide!
Co-locating mental health services in schools is NOT the same as integrating.
We can do much better.
ISF Monograph v1
This monograph is about improving the quality of life and outcomes for children and youth, especially those children who are at risk for or experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges.
Practitioner Guides for Installation
Measuring School Integration within an ISF
The ISF Implementation Inventory is intended to serve as an efficient and valid assessment of ISF implementation for the purposes of ongoing evaluation and action planning.
Considerations for use:
Who: PBIS/ISF Systems Planning Team
When: The ISF Implementation Inventory is completed during a PBIS/ISF team meeting as facilitated by a coach. Once data is entered, reports are generated to facilitate action planning.
Access for use:
Authors/Citations: Splett, Perales, & Weist, 2019
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