This discussion assesses your ability to clarify the role of each legally mandated attendee on the Individualized Education Program team. This assessment also supports your achievement of Course Learning Outcome….
Give details about how peer programming interventions within the PBIS Framework can have positive effects on the student body
Respond to the following questions: 1. Define PBIS. Explain the essential components of the PBIS model. 2. What is the role of the school counselor in PBIS? How does PBIS support the RtI system? 3. Compare the tiered interventions at the universal, secondary, and tertiary levels. 4. Explain the the difference between peer mediation, peer mentoring, peer tutoring. Include details about how peer programming interventions within the PBIS Framework can have positive effects on the student body. Support your response with examples. ***Must be done in APA format Sources: Readings Read the following articles: Sugai, G. (n.d.). School-Wide positive behavior support and response to intervention. RTI Action Network. Retrieved April 29, 2015 from https://www.rtinetwork.org/learn/behavior-supports/schoolwidebehavior. Pennsylvania Department of Education. (2015). Functional behavioral assessment (FBA). Retrieved November 10, 2015 from https://pattan.net-website.s3.amazonaws.com/images/2015/04/08/FBA_Flyer0315.pdf.Safe & Responsive Schools. (2000). Creating a positive climate: Peer mediation . PBIS Website Click the following link to access the website https://www.pbis.org/. Navigate to the following tabs on the PBIS website, and read the information associated with each one: School Bully Prevention SWPBIS for beginners Primary level Secondary level Tertiary level Videos Log in to ASCA at https://schoolcounselor.org/, and click on Professional Development. Scroll down, and select Webinar on Demand. Select and watch the following video under the category ‘Miscellaneous’ : “School Counselor’s Roles in Multi-Tier Models of Support: Ideas and Implementation Strategies” [59:49] ASCA Webinar presented by Jennifer Betters-Bubon. Note. This video is also available on YouTube at https://youtu.be/t88GdvDcLZI.