What is Tier 3 Support from the National Center on PBIS (from PBIS.ORG)?
The PBIS Triangle—The red area represents Tier 3 that supports a few students. Tiers 1 and 2 support are still used with students engaged in Tier 3 supports.
PBIS’ framework doesn’t just work with school-wide and targeted supports. It’s also an effective way to address sometimes dangerous, often highly disruptive behaviors creating barriers to learning and excluding students from social settings.
At most schools, there are 1-5% of students for whom Tier 1 and Tier 2 supports have not connected. At Tier 3, these students receive more intensive, individualized support to improve their behavioral and academic outcomes. Tier 3 strategies work for students with developmental disabilities, autism, emotional and behavioral disorders, and students with no diagnostic label at all.
Starting Tier 3
Wraparound (pre-k through 8th grade)
This training series will provide an overview of the systems, data, and practices of the wraparound process as a Tier III/Tertiary Level Intervention. The primary focus will be on increasing implementers' knowledge and fluency with the wraparound process, including the development of individual teams and plans that are strength-based and tailored to the comprehensive need of each student/family. Emphasis will be given to the intensive, comprehensive wraparound process of supporting and planning for the "whole child" & "whole family."
High School Person-Centered Planning
In the HS Person-Centered Planning training we offer at MWPBIS, we will use the foundational components of High-Fidelity Wraparound (based on ten principals and done in four phases) and add options for using the PATH and MAP models to increase engagement with high school-aged youth. This approach will provide options for the tier 3 intervention facilitator and the high school youth. Options, all the while staying true to the ten principles of Wraparound and maintaining the fidelity of the PATH and MAP processes. Ultimately, this training approach will allow facilitators to increase the individualization of the tier-three intervention process with each youth and it will help expand the continuum of Tier 3 interventions offered in a building.
Functional Behavior Assessment-Behavior Intervention Planning (FBA-BIP)
FBA/BIP training will provide an introduction to the concepts and systems necessary to utilize Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Planning (FBA-BIP) to support students with challenging behavior. These sessions will focus specifically on the processes and tools needed to assist coaches, facilitators and problem-solving teams in planning, implementing, and evaluating FBA-BIP.
We are not currently offering FBA/BIP training. If you have questions or would like to discuss other opportunities for training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . Also, we encourage you to access our materials.
Developed by the University of New Hampshire, RENEW (Rehabilitation, Empowerment, Natural Supports, Education, and Work) is a unique application of the wraparound process designed for older, transition-aged youth, who are at the greatest risk of alternative placement and school dropout. RENEW focuses specifically on increasing effective school engagement, employment, post-secondary education and high school completion. RENEW has shown success in reducing school dropout and school push out, while increasing high school participation and completion for students with emotional and behavioral challenges. (Malloy, Sundar, Hagner, Pieras, & Viet, 2010).
We are not currently offering RENEW training. If you would like more information about RENEW, RENEW Training, RENEW Trainer of Trainers program, please contact the University of New Hampshire through their website https://iod.unh.edu/renew.
FBA-BIP Follow Up
This is specifically designed for FBA/BIP facilitators who have already been trained in FBA/BIP and are currently developing individualized plans for students. We will use live student plans to dig deeper and gain a greater understanding of how to do Function Based Assessments so that the hypothesis statement is accurate and can guide the BIP development process, how to identify function-based strategies to help strengthen the BIPs, and how to continue to help our stakeholders engage in function-based thinking to make our plans as effective as possible. Please come to this session with a completed Competing Behavior Pathway and Behavior Intervention Plan completed on one student from your setting. Please make sure all identifying information is taken off of your document. These plans will be used to facilitate the learning process throughout the day.
FBA-BIP Coaching Capacity
This 1-day session will provide a refresher on the concepts and systems necessary to utilize Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior Intervention Planning (FBA-BIP) to support students with challenging behavior. The session will focus specifically on how to coach facilitators in your district and is intended to help build the capacity of your district to support the FBA-BIP process.
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