Early Childhood PBIS
Ohio’s Early Childhood Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) uses the same multi-tiered framework as the school-wide system while honoring the unique needs of the youngest learners, from Prekindergarten through grade 3. Young children are in the early stages of developing social emotional skills; therefore, considerations have been put into place to support them accordingly. The PBIS framework focuses on evidence-based interventions and practices
that are developmentally appropriate, systems
that efficiently and effectively support implementation, data
for decision making and continual progress monitoring to ensure outcomes
are met. Early Childhood PBIS also aligns with high quality early childhood practices that support Ohio's youngest learners so they experience a positive, predictable, safe and equitable environment. Early Childhood PBIS and Ohio's Whole Child Framework
both focus on creating safe and supportive schools where young children learn best and can thrive. The information provided below is intended to support PBIS leaders in the creation, implementation and monitoring of PBIS using tools and resources that focus on best practices for early childhood settings.
If you have questions or would like additional information about Early Childhood PBIS including Early Childhood PBIS Ohio Approved Trainings or information about the Early Childhood Demonstration Site in your region, you can contact your Regional State Support Team
or email the PBIS mailbox at: email@example.com
Ohio Early Childhood PBIS Demonstration Site Pilot Project
With the support of the Office of Early Learning and School Readiness and the Ohio PBIS Network, the Early Childhood PBIS Workgroup has created a statewide network of demonstration sites featuring PBIS within early childhood settings. The demonstration site project promotes implementation of PBIS specific to the unique context of early childhood, while aligned with Ohio’s school-age PBIS initiative. The 16 demonstration sites are listed below,
along with the State Support Team (SST) members who are providing coaching support. If you are interested in learning more, please contact the State Support Team (SST) Consultant in your region listed here.
Last Modified: 11/19/2021 12:43:19 PM