How do I know Classroom PBIS practices are being implemented consistently and equitably throughout my classroom and school?

Whether you are a classroom teacher or school leader, it is important to gather data to assess the use of Classroom PBIS and its impact on student outcomes. You can begin by exploring the Supporting and Responding to Educators’ Classroom PBIS Implementation Needs: Guide to Classroom Systems and Data.

School-wide data that monitors the fidelity of Classroom PBIS practices can be gathered through classroom observations and/or educator self- monitoring. Explore the additional resources below to enhance your understanding and tailor your data collection to match your needs.

Non-evaluative Classroom Observation Tools

Gathering non-evaluative data on educator use of Classroom PBIS practices promotes data-based decisions at both a school-wide and individual educator level. By gathering snapshots of classroom data, school leaders can use the data to determine professional development and coaching needs. Individual educators can use performance feedback to strengthen their practices and monitor their implementation.

Educator Self-monitoring Tools
Whether you are looking to gather a comprehensive understanding of your learning environment or to focus on a specific practice, these tools allow you to self-assess your implementation.

The collection of resources below can be used to strengthen educators’ skills in classroom PBIS practices. (Simonsen et al., 2017, 2020)

What do we do when Classroom PBIS practices are being used with fidelity, but some students need extra support?

How do we provide professional development and set up systems to support educators to effectively implement Classroom PBIS practices?