Okul Temelli Olumlu Davranış Desteği

Düzenleyen: Doç. Dr. Aydın BAL, University of Wisconsin at Madison

Çalıştay Ücreti: 250 TL
Sertifika: Katılım belgesi verilecektir.
Kontenjan: 40 kişi

In the United States, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) has become the primary means of behavioral support and early intervention services. It is the only schoolwide behavioral support model recommended in the special education law. PBIS has been implemented in over 21,000 schools with more than 10.5 million students. In this workshop, Aydin Bal will present how practitioners and researchers can implement PBIS in early childhood education settings outside of the United States using the Learning Lab methodology. Learning Lab can be used to collaborate with families and community members (e.g., families living in poverty and refugee families) in school’s decision-making activities.  Learning labs can be implemented in schools struggling to address behavioral problems with two goals: (a) to unite local stakeholders through an inclusive problem-solving process and (b) to renovate school discipline systems to be positive, effective, and culturally responsive to diverse school contexts. Learning lab members examine their school’s behavioral data (e.g., behavioral problems and office discipline referrals) and social climate. They then collectively design a new behavioral support systems over the course of 7 to 10 meetings. In the workshop, participants will learn how to form and facilitate Learning Labs and exchange ideas regarding addressing systematically behavioral problems in various early childhood settings.