Teachers' perceptions of a Positive Behavior Intervention Support Program at a small rural school.
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SubjectEducation -- Activity programs.
Intervention (Administrative procedure).
School children -- Discipline.
Education -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Education -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
AbstractThis study focuses on Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) and a particular implementation at a rural school district in Western New York. This study explores teachers’ perceptions of the PBIS system being implemented in the district. It focuses on time spent on PBIS duties, teachers’ opinions of the current implementation, and teachers’ views of changes in behavior due to the PBIS system. The participants in this survey were all faculty and staff at the school district, which includes grades pre-kindergarten through grade twelve, and support staff including specialty areas area teachers. The findings show teacher buy-in to the program, and opinions of success of the PBIS system.
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