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Sustained Implementation of School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports through Continuous Regeneration
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Ed.D. Capstone Project
Doctor of Educational Leadership (EdD)
School-wide Positive Behavior Supports (SWPBIS) aim to create safe and civil school environments through proactive teaching, consistent reinforcing, and appropriate response to student behavior. The literature pertaining to the implementation of SWPBIS is limited, having few longitudinal studies of school-based changes to sustain the initiative. The present case study examined the data-based adaptations in terms of effectiveness, efficiency, priority, and continuous regeneration during a five-year implementation of SWPBIS at a high needs middle school. Findings demonstrated marked improvement in fidelity of implementation, student, parent, and staff perceptions, and student behavior outcomes. Recommendations related to continual improvement that engages more staff are provided for school teams wishing to sustain their SWPBIS implementation.
Edwards, Thomas A., "Sustained Implementation of School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports through Continuous Regeneration" (2016). Ed.D. Dissertations in Practice. 8.
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