Positive behavioral interventions and supports can be an effective short-term solution to remedying students' behavioral problems that can disrupt schools, suggests Jim Dillon, director of the Center for Leadership and Bullying Prevention. However, he writes in this blog post that PBIS is not a long-term solution. Instead, he points out, to get the desired results, schools should develop learning environments that focus on autonomy/agency, belonging and competency.
To truly cure behavioral problems, go beyond PBIS
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