This assessment is for an action research paper on PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Supports). The results are anonymous and the data collections will only be used for the purpose of fulfilling the requirements for the paper. Please answer honestly and thoroughly. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.
What are your school's school-wide expectations? Give examples of each.
When a school expectation is not followed, what steps are taken by the teacher?
Have you ever broken a school rule? If so, what caused/triggered the behavior? Check all that apply.
things that happened/occured outside of school
a diagnosted medical condition (ADD/ADHD/BIPOLAR, LD, ETC.)
Tasks/assisgnments being too hard or too easy
Bullying or Abuse
Lack of sleep/food
Pressure to perform
Where do problem-behaviors generally occur?
Special Area (Gym, art, music, technology, library)
School-wide Events (awards day, field day, book fair, etc.)
During regualr instruction time
During intervention blocks
In small group instruction
In whole group/class instruction
Have you ever been assigned a behavior intervention plan (BIP) or some other type of intervention (FBA) to help prevent a reoccurring problem-behavior?
Yes, I have had a BIP but no other interventions
No, I have not ever been asssigned a BIP or intervention
Yes, I have had several types of interventions implemented (BIP, FBA, behavior charts/tracking sheets, cards)
Have you ever been sent to the office for your behavior while in school?
From your experience, if a problem-behavior is reoccurring--why do you think it keeps happening? What can be done to stop it?
What are the most common problem-behaviors you witness on a regular basis? Check the top THREE that apply.
disrepect to teacher/students
absenteeism/late to class
lack of organization/preparedness
arguing or talking back
blurting out answers without permission
IRRITATING BEHAVIORS (wears a hat in class, fidgety, off-task)
disruptive, lack of control
AVOIDING SCHOOL WORK (not completing or turning in assignments)
Defiance (not wanting to do what they are told)
In your opinion, what can the school do to help prevent problem-behaviors?
Are the school expectations posted in school? Are they repeated regularly? If so, is the repetition helpful?
Yes, the expectations are posted and verbally communicated regularly. The constant reminder of the school expecations helps hold studnets accountable for their actions.
No, the school expectations are not posted or communicated regularly.
How would you define your school culture/environment? Check all that apply.
Feel safe, connected, and engaged
Good relationships between teachers and students
Good parental involvement
Focus on learning and high expectations for student achievemen
Clear, appropriate, and consistent expectations and consequences to address disruptive student behaviors
Allows for creativity and problem-solving skills
Purposeful teaching of positive attitudes, values, and behaviors
None of these apply
What can the school members/leaders, students, and community do to continue to improve the school's culture?
Are you male or female?
Do you have an IEP or 504?
Yes, I have both an IEP and a 504
I have an IEP
I have a 504
No, I do not have either.
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