Wednesday Morning PLC - PBIS Data

March 13, 2013

Question of the Day: Do we have Dirty Data?

To give you some background information: We're referring to Dirty Data as an inconsistency in issuing student referrals (MBI’s & SIR’s). For example:


  • Johnny gets a MBI in Mrs. Jones’ classroom for anything ranging from forgetting his pencil to acting disrespectful.
  • Johnny goes Mr. Smith’s classroom and is given a MBI for acting disrespectful BUT he could forget his pencil every day of the week and never receive a MBI for that.
  • Johnny goes to Ms. Brown’s classroom and is NEVER issued a MBI, no matter what he does.


What message is Johnny receiving, and how does he know that school-wide expectations are being applied consistently from one classroom to the next?



Now, watch this video:

School Data - A Comedy

Here's Our PBIS Data

HERE'S YOUR TASK FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING

AS A GROUP, REFLECT ON OUR DATA AND ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS:

  1. What seems to be the most common location for problem behavior?
  2. What are the problem behaviors?
  3. Where are the behaviors happening?
  4. Are we reporting behaviors as we should, using MBI's?
  5. If not, what are the barriers preventing us from reporting as we should?


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