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I-PBS Data Teaming

To maximize resources and supports for all students, schools need effective systems of support. A key feature of Tier 2 and Tier 3 School-wide PBIS is effective, efficient team processes using data-based decision making. The Individual-PBS (I-PBS) teaming process provides an effective model for teaming and data-based decision making. 

This training module will take about 2 hours to complete and you will want a strong internet connection... this interactive training incorporates training slides and viewing an I-PBS meeting and providing feedback using the I-PBS Meeting Review form  

Training Materials

I-PBS Team Objectives
  • Use data to guide decision making
  • Early identification of students requiring individual behavior supports (Tier 2 & Tier 3)
  • Matching students to interventions efficiently and effectively
  • Monitoring student progress on Tier 2 & Tier 3 interventions
  • Monitoring Tier 2 & Tier 3 interventions and systems in the school
  • The I-PBS team should meet every 2 weeks, meetings should last between 30-60 minutes
  • I-PBS Team members should include
    • Building Administrator
    • Tier 2 Intervention Coordinator(s) - often School Counselor, School Psychologist, etc.
    • Behavior Specialists - often School Psychologist, Special Education Teachers

VIDEO SERIES: I-PBS Team Meeting Demonstration Video

Video 1 - Introductions, Roles, & Reviewing Tasks from Previous Meeting

Roles & Reviewing Tasks

Video 2 - Tier 2 Progress Monitoring

Tier 2 Progress Monitoring

Video 3 - Tier 3 Progress Monitoring

Tier 3 Progress Monitoring

Video 5 - New Referrals

Reviewing Academic Interventions

Video 4 - Academic Interventions
(this video demonstrates integrating academics in, but is not represented on the meeting minutes forms above, which are focused on Behavior teaming)

YouTube Video