Positive Behavior Support

Positive Behavior Support Training in Schools

Faculty and staff at the CLD provide two models of training on positive behavior support in schools. One model includes one-time training providing an overview of the positive behavior support framework. The second model involves more intensive, onsite support that spans across several months to the entire academic year. CLD has several contracts with school systems across the state using the more intensive model of training.

To learn more about our projects, trainings and resources, click on the bold titles below. If you have any questions about our work, you can contact us at egraybill1@gsu.edu.

We are proud to present 8 webinars and related resources regarding school-based PBIS. Each webinar has corresponding quizzes, and you can see more about the structure of the training package in the instructions document.


Module One: (History and Science of PBS)

Module Two: (Defining Behavior and Data Collection)

Module Three: (Baseline and ABC Data Collection)

Module Four: (FBA Data Analysis and Hypothesis Statements)

Module Five: (Antecedent Modification and Prevention Interventions)

Module Six: (Replacement Interventions and Reinforcement Strategies)

Module Seven: (Behavior Intervention Plans and Progress Monitoring)

Module Eight: (FBA-BIP Process from Start to Finish)

These videos are an online resource designed to guide educators and parents through the functional behavioral assessment/behavior intervention plan process. The resource includes the BBQuIP, eight videos describing the FBA/BIP process, and content and websites that further describe positive behavior supports. The Positive Behavior Videos are free and available for all to use and can be found here: Positive Behavior Videos

The Positive Behavior Videos were created for the purpose of increasing access to knowledge about the functional behavioral assessment and behavior intervention plan process. This is an evidence-based process but is one that is highly technical and generally requires considerable university training and field-based experience to master. As a result, there is great disparity in who receives access to positive behavior supports and who does not.

Part of the mission of the Center for Leadership in Disability is to reduce the disparity in access to positive behavior supports. The Positive Behavior Videos and the Brief Behavior Questionnaire and Intervention Plan (BBQuIP) were developed to support this mission.

We hope you find these resources useful. Please contact us with any questions you may have.