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Annual PBIS Institute - June 18-19, 2015
REGISTRATION FOR 2015 SUMMER INSTITUTE IS NOW OPEN!
Registration for the 2015 Minnesota PBIS Summer Institute is now open to MN PBIS Cohorts. If you belong to a school that is a MN PBIS graduate or are enrolled in a current MN PBIS training cohort, you are being given priority in registration this year. Please follow this link to register now: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2122380/2015-PBIS-Summer-Institute-Registration
Registration will open to the general public on May 15, 2015.
CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
The Annual PBIS Institute will be held June 18 & 19, 2015 at the Minnesota Department of Education. We are seeking presentation proposals, poster sessions an film submissions from administrators, educators, institutions of higher education, parent/advocacy organizations and related service professionals sharing information on effective strategies and practice in the field of School Wide PBIS. Presentation proposals are separated into three categories.
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2015 PBIS Sustaining Exemplar Schools Recognition
EXTENDED DEADLINE: May 15th
By popular request, we have extended our deadline for schools to apply for Sustaining Exemplar Recognition.
Cohort 8 schools can also apply if you have measured your fidelity with a SET or a BoQ this school-year!
[Please see other qualifications at pbisMN.org/schoolsRecognition.html]
The Minnesota State PBIS Leadership Team is pleased to announce that the application for the 2015 Sustaining Exemplar Recognition is open. This is a self-nominating process for Cohort 1 – 8 schools that meet eligibility requirements, as opposed to an invitation only process that has occurred in the past. The application, as well as specific qualifications and requirements for 2015 can be found at: http://www.pbismn.org/schoolsRecognition.html
Coming in 2016!
- School District Recognition
- Schools that were trained outside of the traditional Minnesota SW-PBIS Model
Please stay tuned for specific eligibility requirements coming in the winter of 2016.
PBIS Research Supports
Research generally suggests that if implemented with fidelity, the PBIS practices and systems are associated with:
- Reduced major disciplinary infractions
- Improvement in aggressive behavior, concentration, prosocial behavior, & emotional regulation
- Improvements in academic achievement
- Enhanced perception of organizational health & safety
- Reductions in teacher reported bullying behavior & peer rejection
- Improved school climate
Please click here for a list of resources.
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