Successful implementation of a PBIS initiative requires establishing and maintaining a high level of staff buy-in. This includes every member of your staff, from the teachers in the classroom to the administrative and support staff. But how do you begin?
Establishing and Maintaining Staff Buy-in for PBIS
Building trust and collaboration among your staff members is key to successful implementation. In this PBISCon20 webinar, you’ll learn about how Rialto High School in Rialto, California has established a strong PBIS initiative by beginning with staff buy-in.
Presenters for this webinar were Anne Coradaro and Lori Pevoteaux, who are part of the PBIS team at Rialto High School.
Topics covered during this webinar included:
- Establishing your “why”
- Building your team
- Using collaboration and perspective to bring everyone on board
- Being accountable to mistakes
- Using a shared/servant leadership model
- How to overcome challenges and setbacks
- Building trust and accountability by being authentic
- Being realistic about the process
- Mastering each concept before moving on to the next one
- The Excalibur Games for Teachers & Staff
Just as the COVID-19 pandemic changed plans for PBISCon20, it changed the way schools around the world functioned for the remainder of their school year. With strong staff buy-in of the PBIS initiative at Rialto High School, students and teachers alike were able to finish the school year on a positive note, with up to 92% of students participating during distance learning!
PBIScon20 Webinar Recording
One of the most difficult parts of a successful PBIS implementation is getting the adults on board and keeping them on board. This webinar will outline key factors in generating staff buy-in that is authentic, sustainable, and affordable. We will present a currently successful high school model.
The featured speakers are Anne Cordaro and Lori Pevoteaux with Rialto High School in California.
Posted by PBIS Rewards on Friday, June 26, 2020
Presentation materials and other resources used in this webinar are available here:
Additional PBIS resources from Rialto HS:
Books we read and used to help build trust, collaboration, and shared leadership model:
- The Five Dysfunctions of a Team (Building strong teams, collaboration model) by Patrick Lencioni
- The Starfish and the Spider (Shared Leadership Model) by Ori Brafman and Rod Beckstrom
- Change or Die (Facilitating Authentic Change) by Alan Deutschman
- Start With Why (Strengthening Connections and Facilitating Change) by Simon Sinek
Other PBIS Resources:
- PBIS in Distance Learning
- PBIS Incentives List
- PBIS Incentives for High School Students
- Staff Incentives List
- Workplace Rewards for Teachers
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