How PBIS and SEL work together
Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support (PBIS) focuses on setting clear behavior expectations for students and staff throughout the school day. The framework explains that behavior expectations should be taught explicitly, just like any academic subject. When implemented successfully, PBIS has the power to improve the social, emotional and academic outcomes for all students.
By using PBIS, many schools hope to prevent behavior incidents by developing school expectations and structures that promote positive behavior. Prioritizing social emotional learning (SEL) can also help prevent behavior incidents by proactively developing students social and emotional skills.
Learn how Move This World's SEL curriculum helps build and strengthen those skills as a key addition to PBIS frameworks.
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