Just as Athlos strives to implement the positive behavioral interventions support matrix into school culture and daily classroom interactions, families are also invited to create and implement their own matrix at home.
What is Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)?
PBIS is a way for schools and organizations to operate and communicate based on positive reinforcement of expected behaviors. The PBIS matrix is a tool used to display the common rules and expectations the school has agreed to operate by.
In simpler words, this framework helps students and staff know the rules and expectations for each area of the school, such as restroom breaks, cafeteria, classroom behavior, etc.
How to incorporate PBIS at home.
Athlos encourages schools to both teach and post the PBIS matrix expectations throughout the school. Now that students are at home daily, rather than in a school building, Athlos has developed 5 steps to help parents set up a similar matrix framework to help family members know what is expected of them at home.
Download the printable matrix PDF and follow the steps below: