accountability BIST BIST concepts BIST Philosophy Classroom management discipline Early Intervention Goals for Life Happy Thoughts incentives Life Change Life Impact office referrals Outlasting Prevention proactive processing recognition Replacement Skills restrictions Review Rewards Structure student achievement Student support triage Triage as a gateway to positive thinking
What: Teaching replacement skills with students based on the Goal for Life he/she is struggling to manage.
When: Predictable times of the day and/or prior to times of struggle identified by the student and the adults working with him/her
Where: Build into the natural transitions of the school day by setting up triage for the student with the adult before a transition or on the way to the next class.
Example: Elementary: Student meets adult for triage before entering specials, recess etc.
Example: Secondary: Student meets adult for triage each hour before entering the classroom
Who: Any adult working with the student in order to transfer the new skill to each adult. This practice increases the possibility of moving from compliance to partnership.
Why: To decrease adult emotion by focusing on the skill/goal; helping the student make a life-long change by gaining replacement skills, increasing partnership with parents and instilling hope for the student, parent and adults working with him/her.