The Coach training materials in this section are designed to be used with coachas as they support school teams with initial implementation and sustainability of school-wide PBIS. It is important to note that training is only one component of a comprehensive model of support for schools. This model should also include coaching, technical assistance, and data-based decision-making supports.
The role of the coach is critical in the implementation and sustainability of a school’s PBIS framework. It is critical that coaches support implementation through (1) ensuring meetings run efficiently, (2) monitoring implementation of PBIS, (3) problem solving barriers to implementation, (4) sharing responsibility and action planning across the team, (5) assisting with communication within and outside of the school leadership team, and (6) maintaining data-based decision making throughout the process.
The following materials are organized into a three year training model.
Year 1 focuses on supporting teams with exploration and installation of a PBIS framework through 10 Getting Started Steps (see image, right).
Year 2 supports team with initial implementation.
Year 3 shifts to more sharing across schools as they move towards full implementation and continuous improvement.
The accompanying Tier 1 Implementation Guide (right) can be used by school teams to guide and document their implementation overtime.
COACH TRAINING MATERIALS
Intended audience: personnel who provide school-level implementation support (e.g., trainers, district and school-level coaches)
Click on the buttons to access the presentation slide decks. The content focus for each day is listed below each button.
- Overview of Coaching
- SWPBIS Basics for Coaches
- Fidelity & Outcome Data Tools
- Prepare for Steps 1-4
- Outcomes & Precision Problem Statements
- Understanding Function of Behavior
- Prepare for Steps 5-7
- Sharing Data & Goals
- Preparing for the TFI
- Staff Engagement & PD
- Prepare for Steps 8-10
ADDITIONAL TIER 1 TRAINING MATERIALS
Intended audience: personnel who provide implementation support to school-level coaches (e.g. trainers, district/school-level coaches).
DISTRICT LEVEL TRAINING
Intended audience: personnel who lead PBIS implementation at the district level (e.g. trainers, district coordinators, district team members)