Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

Catherine Bradshaw describes a school-wide framework for reducing problem behaviour using positive behaviour support

POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS and Supports (PBIS), created by Horner and Sugai, is a school-wide application of behavioural systems and interventions to achieve behaviour change in schools. PBIS has a strong foundation in behaviour analysis and is a non-curricular framework that strives for a flexible fit with a school’s culture and context. It can be implemented in any school level, type, or setting.

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Published

October 2012