Planning, Building and Monitoring Data-Driven Behavior Intervention Plans

Audience

Culture Leadership Team and Behavior Intervention Team

Overview

Sometimes students with extreme behavior needs get all of our attention. Other times, students with less obvious needs fall through the cracks. During this working session, a Kickboard Coach will guide school leaders to develop automated lists for identifying students needing Tier 2 and Tier 3 behavior support based on their Kickboard data. Leaders will determine identification criteria and develop a process for systemically responding to students in need of support. The coach will share best practices for developing behavior goals based on student behavior data rather than intuition, as well as how to manage plans within Kickboard, and use intervention plan data to monitor the effectiveness of the interventions. 

Challenges Addressed

  • Reactive approach to discipline
  • High numbers of office referrals and suspensions
  • No systemic, data-driven process for identifying  students in need of extra behavior support
  • Lack of data-driven behavior interventions in place
  • “One-size-fits-all” interventions that aren’t aligned to the root cause of the behavior need
  • Misidentification of behavior needs
  • No system to effectively monitor progress of student interventions

Program Outcomes

  • Decrease in discipline instances
  • Proactive system for identifying and meeting student behavior needs
  • Auto-generated list of students who need more support
  • A set of intervention plans managed in Kickboard
  • Intervention plans based on appropriate student need

Format

Two 1-Hour Planning Meetings (Virtual) + 
Full-Day (6 hrs) in-person collaborative planning session

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