Ex CEL After School Behavior Matrix SelfGuided Module

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Ex. CEL After School Behavior Matrix Self-Guided Module and Quiz

Ex. CEL After School Behavior Matrix Self-Guided Module and Quiz

What you need to know to complete this module. . . REQUIRED MATERIAL LINKS:

What you need to know to complete this module. . . REQUIRED MATERIAL LINKS: ● Ex. CEL After School Behavior Matrix ● Behavior Matrix Quiz Detailed notes for each slide are written in the speaker notes below slide

Our Goals for Today 1. Explain what a progressive response system is. 2. Explain

Our Goals for Today 1. Explain what a progressive response system is. 2. Explain why using a progressive response system is important. 3. Focus on some keys to success when using a progressive response system. 4. Review the Ex. CEL Reactive Responses and Interventions Protocol 5. Test your recall with a brief quiz.

What is a Progressive Response? A tiered system based on the idea that providing

What is a Progressive Response? A tiered system based on the idea that providing smaller supports early on leads to better outcomes than giving higher level supports after a program participant is not being successful. Tier 3: Special interventions we use to support a small number of youth who show a need that may require collaboration with specialists. Tier 2: The special interventions we use to support a smaller number of youth who show a need. Tier 1: All of the proactive strategies we use every day to support youth in program by creating a safe and supportive environment.

An Example of Progressive Responses in a Tiered Model If a patient is having

An Example of Progressive Responses in a Tiered Model If a patient is having heart trouble, a doctor is likely to respond with interventions anyone could do such as improving diet and exercise Open heart surgery Take medication Improve diet and exercise

The Purpose of a Progressive Response System Provide youth with the supports they need

The Purpose of a Progressive Response System Provide youth with the supports they need to be successful in the moment and in the future by… 1. Helping youth build new skills through practice and repetition 2. Focusing on restoring harm to the community instead of punishing challenging behavior Giving staff the supports needed by … 1. Having a clear system 2. Providing a platform for teaching instead of a focus on punishment

How Does and Progressive Response System Help? For Youth 1. Opportunity to correct behavior

How Does and Progressive Response System Help? For Youth 1. Opportunity to correct behavior 2. Maintain relationships 3. Youth get the support they need For Staff 1. Creates alignment 2. System of communication 3. Staff consistency

What If You Already Have a “Code of Conduct”? Often times can focus on

What If You Already Have a “Code of Conduct”? Often times can focus on what happens TO the student if they violate the code of conduct The focus is on what the STAFF will do WITH the student and family. Whether you call it a “Code of Conduct” or a “Behavior Matrix” the key is having a progressive response to behavior that includes INTERVENTIONS to do WITH the student and staff.

A Progressive Response System Focuses on Two Major Components Proactive Strategies Reactive Responses Before

A Progressive Response System Focuses on Two Major Components Proactive Strategies Reactive Responses Before challenging behavior occurs Ways of immediately responding and providing ongoing support following challenging behavior.

Aligning Progressive Response with a Tiered System Reactive Responses: Interventions as a response following

Aligning Progressive Response with a Tiered System Reactive Responses: Interventions as a response following First Time, Second Time, or Third/Repeated referrals or following a Suspension Proactive Strategies: Interventions to Try Before Making an Out of Class/Activity Referral

Let’s Take a Closer Look!- Proactive Strategies Imbedded links to related resources

Let’s Take a Closer Look!- Proactive Strategies Imbedded links to related resources

Let’s Take a Closer Look! - Reactive Responses

Let’s Take a Closer Look! - Reactive Responses

Let’s Take a Closer Look! - Suspension

Let’s Take a Closer Look! - Suspension

Time for Action! Follow this Ex. CEL Behavior Matrix link to figure out best

Time for Action! Follow this Ex. CEL Behavior Matrix link to figure out best next steps for the following scenarios Using this tool.

Scenario 1 You have a program participant who just received their 3 rd referral

Scenario 1 You have a program participant who just received their 3 rd referral for leaving campus. What are the REQUIRED follow-up actions according to the Ex. CEL Behavior Matrix? Answer: ● ● ● Contact Program Manager Consult with SAP/CARE/COST Team Connect with an Ex. CEL Team Member Schedule and in person Restorative Conference with Family Follow-up on previous interventions

Scenario 2 A program participant is suspended from program after getting into a physical

Scenario 2 A program participant is suspended from program after getting into a physical altercation. What are the required actions to connect with the family following the incident? Answer: ● ● ● Inform them of the incident as soon as possible Schedule a re-entry meeting as soon as possible Hold re-entry meeting to include parent/guardian and youth

To complete this professional development module, please click the quiz link to the right

To complete this professional development module, please click the quiz link to the right Ex. CEL Behavior Matrix Module Quiz

What to Do After My Quiz? Passing Criteria Click link to view your score

What to Do After My Quiz? Passing Criteria Click link to view your score Use this link to try again!

After receiving the email with a passing score, Site Coordinators will forward this email

After receiving the email with a passing score, Site Coordinators will forward this email to Program Manager for confirmation. Click “View Score” to see score

Thank you for taking time to complete this module!

Thank you for taking time to complete this module!