Training and Systems

Training and Systems

In this section you will find literature related to establishing systems to support PBS and teaching people to implement it effectively universally or within or across groups, organizations, or communities in which people with behavioral support needs function. The type of materials include individual research studies, synopses, and discussion articles. 

Positive behavior support at a systems level retains the same features described in other sections of this website, with these features being implemented at multiple levels.  The features include:

An emphasis on quality of life and climate improvement

Collaborative teaming

Assessing variables that may affect behavior

Employing proactive, educative, and functional strategies

Data-based decision making

Effective training is tailored to the participants and circumstances in which practices will be used.  It involves clearly defining skills to be developed, effective instructional strategies (i.e., examples, prompting, modeling, practice activities, and positive and corrective feedback), and ongoing monitoring to ensure effective implementation. 

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Technology and PBSPBS FundamentalsPBS Training ModelsOrganization and System Capacity Building

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