PBIS within an MTSS Framework: Tier 2 Training
We are pleased to announce a training series for PBIS within MTSS: Tier 2 Training Series. An awareness day will be held on Nov 16, 2018. By attending on Nov 16th, teams will learn what it takes to implement Tier 2.
Following the Nov 16th date, school teams and district leadership will decide if they are ready to implement Tier 2 behavior systems in schools. If readiness criteria is met, they may attend 3 days of school-level leadership training on Jan 17, Jan 18, and May 10th.Teams will learn how to install and implement Tier 2 behavior systems and interventions during these 3 days, including the implementation of Check-In/Check-Out (CICO). More details about content and requirements to attend for 3 days will be provided on Nov 16th.
Nov 16th, 2018 Awareness Day is intended for any member of school teams or district leadership district interested in implementing Tier 2 behavior systems. This day will be held at the Arvada Center (6901 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, CO 80003).
If interested, please register here for our Initial Tier 2 Awareness Day on Nov 16th. The location will be at the Arvada Center.
2018-19 PBIS within an MTSS Framework Follow-Up Series
What is it?
A training series designed to strengthen implementation for Tier 1. This series includes 2 school-level leadership team days and 4 professional learning opportunities targeting district coaches/internal team leads.
Who is it for?
This training is intended for any school-level leadership teams that attended PBIS within MTSS Universal training during the 2016/17 or 2017/18 school year. This includes the training in Pueblo, Ouray, and several in Metro. Schools must have attend one of these trainings to gain access to this follow-up training opportunity.
When is it?
The school-level days are Oct 22 and Feb 4 at ALOFT Broomfield (8300 Arista Pl, Broomfield). The meetings for the district coaches or team leads include 3 online meetings (Nov 27, March 1, April 29) and a site visit to a partnering school on Jan 10.
Requirements for Participation:
- Your school must have previously attended a PBIS within MTSS Tier 1 training either in the 2016/17 or 2017/18 school year.
- Your school must come as a team that includes an administrator who is willing to attend both of the school-level leadership team days on Oct 22 and Feb 4.
- Your school must be supported by a district-level coach or identify an internal team lead willing to attend the online meetings and site visit in between the school-level days. The online meeting dates are Nov 27, March 1, and April 29, and the site visit will be on Jan 10.
- Your school must be willing to meet data sharing requirements which includes:
- The Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) Tier 1 that teams will take during school-level Follow-up day 1 on October 22nd and February 4th.
- Discipline Referral data per day per month for the year which will be requested in May 2019.
- District coaches/internal team leads will be asked to take a pre/post self-assessment survey measuring coaches competencies related to PBIS supports
How do I register?
Registration is now closed.
Please download the Outline of Dates here.
2018-19 PBIS within an MTSS Framework Training Series
What is it?
The Office of Learning Supports at the Colorado Department of Education is pleased to announce a year-long training series for District-level Coaches and their accompanying school-based leadership teams. Using a new training model, our goal is to continue scaling up and rejuvenating Colorado PBIS!
Who is it for?
District-level Coaches and their accompanying school-based leadership teams. A District-level Coach is someone who has dedicated FTE to coaching schools with the implementation and sustainability of universal/schoolwide social/emotional/behavioral efforts. This person may or may not be based within a school. A school-based leadership team is a team whose mission it is to prioritize, develop, and implement evidence-based practices to improve the school culture and climate.
When is it?
2018-19 School Year
District-level Coaches will:
- Receive ongoing technical assistance and support from the CDE Office of Learning Supports staff through:
- 5 face-to-face contact points, such as workshops, site visits, and regional coaching meetings
- Ongoing correspondence and communication
- Network with other district-level coaches across the state
- Enhance skills in the area of technical assistance and coaching
- Have access to training materials and resources
- Identify a few number of school teams to receive 4 days of training throughout the year
School-based Leadership Teams will:
- Receive 4 high-quality days of training of PBIS within an MTSS Framework, including Tier 1 and problem solving across the tiers.
- Have ongoing support from their coach
Readiness Documents and Materials
- 2018/19 CDE, Coaches, and School Commitment Form
- 2018/19 School Readiness Form
- 2018/19 Outline of Dates
What have attendees said about our 2017/18 Training Series?
"The school-level PBIS training sessions provided strategic insights, excellent networking, and effective team-building times throughout the year. I now feel better equipped to coach teachers and administrators in system-wide implementation."
Matt Hughes, Implementation Coach, Thompson School District
"[The series] allowed us to get all staff members on the same page as we have brand new staff and people that have been here for many years. We were able to identify what is already in place and what needs to be done this next year as we move forward. The surveys allowed us to see what our staff’s highest priorities that are not currently in place, giving us the road map for our...Action Plan. We would highly recommend this training to other schools no matter where you are in your PBIS journey. Jason and Lynne can provide the support and information you need. The chance to collaborate with other schools and share ideas was also very beneficial and a rare opportunity!"
Valerie Zell, Intervention Coordinator, Poudre School District
"Through this year of training, we have seen positive outcomes and know that full implementation will bring a shift in mindset to our school. PBIS within MTSS is providing us the framework to focus on positive behaviors while managing the unwanted behaviors. It also gives us the platform to set clear expectations for students and staff. Using data, we will monitor our implementation process and be able to ensure we are implementing with fidelity."
Elizabeth Riggleman, Counselor, Wray High School
"The PBIS within an MTSS Framework yearlong training was an opportunity for schools to systematically establish or reinvigorate the essential elements of PBIS. District coaches were given the tools to support their schools with separate days to prepare beforehand and schools were given ample time to work in their teams to dig into their data and plan accordingly. For any school that is looking to strengthen or launch PBIS, and dedicated to committing to team-driven shared leadership-this series is well worth the time."
Camille Rossi, MTSS Community Partner, Aurora Public Schools
Previous Trainings and Content
- Classroom PBIS Resource
- Supplemental Packet Day 1 and 2
- PowerPoint Day 1
- Classroom Management Powerpoint (Day 1)
- PowerPoint Day 2
- CICO Handbook Example
- Day 1 slides (pdf)
- Day 1 supplemental packet (pdf)
- Day 2 slides (pdf)
- Day 2 supplemental packet (pdf)
PBIS within MTSS Universal/Tier 1 Trainings, 2017-18:
- Day 1 PowerPoint: Full-page
- Day 1 Supplemental packet (Word form)
- Day 2 PowerPoint: Full-page
- Day 2 Supplemental packet (Word form)
- Day 3 PowerPoint: Full-page
- Day 3 Supplemental packet (Word form)
- Day 4 Powerpoint: Full-page
- Day 4 Supplemental Packet (Word form)
Tier 2 Training on June 29, 2017: