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Video: PBIS Lessons Learned Part 3: Transition Age
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February 16, 2023 | 4:00pm
Designed to guide all school communities whether elementary, middle, or high school, the Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework supports the transition of students across grades and buildings. This episode, the third in the four-part PBIS Lessons Learned series, will explore implementing PBIS at the high school level. Hear how teams have overcome challenges unique to the high school environment, including supports for students' wellbeing. Additionally, the episode will explore how to incorporate student voice in PBIS implementation across all grades.
Presented by: Carly McVey Senior Director, OCALI; Erica Houston, Student Wellness Consultant, Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio; Linda Blanch, Student Wellness Consultant, Educational Service Center of Northeast Ohio
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