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To return to Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports click here.


This unit helps you identify if PBIS is a good fit for you and your students.

To return to Unit 1 Lesson 2 to review the advantages and challenges of PBIS, click here.

At the end of this lesson you will be able to:

  • Identify strengths and weaknesses within your classroom;
  • Identify ares where PBIS can be used with your student;
  • Determine if you should implement PBIS.


  • Watch the following video on identifying student strengths.

  • PBIS Tier.png


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Now it's time to reflect on your current population of students and your classroom environment. Examples are given after some reflective prompts to guide your thinking.

  • What works for your classroom? How do you know it works?

Example: Students have adopted the classroom routine of entering the classroom everyday, grabbing their instructional materials, and sitting in their seat.

  • How do your students generally behavior?
  • Are there any situations where students do not behave appropriately? Do you know why they repeat that behavior?

Example: Students pack up their materials early and do not engage in the end of the lessons.

  • Have you tried any strategies in attempt to improve their behavior?

Example: Yes, I have tried exit-tickets, but they have not seemed to work.

  • Do you tend to focus on negative behavior rather than the positives?

Example: Yes, I get caught up prompting the students to keep their materials out, that I do not have time to reward the students who did not try to pack up.


Create a list of areas where you can potentially use PBIS with your students.

To create a list, first create a file on google docs. Once you have created your list, make it a shareable link and post it here so fellow students may view your list.

Look Forward

In the following unit you will create a PBIS plan. To proceed to the final unit, click the following link.

Unit 3: Creating a PBIS Plan