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"Whether you are just getting started with the PBIS framework or you are well-versed in implementation, this book is a fantastic resource. It logically lays out and connects the “what’s,” “why’s,” and “how’s” of schoolwide practices with procedural steps for effective implementation. This will not be a book you read and put on the shelf.
"For over ten years, Seven Steps for Developing a Proactive Schoolwide Discipline Plan has been a landmark publication for teachers as well as those in school leadership. This revised edition outlines guiding principles and procedures for creating safe and positive learning environments that maximise student learning in today’s complex school environments.
"For a schoolwide system to be truly successful, everyone involved--from superintendent to support staff--must understand their responsibilities within the system and appreciate the fundamental principles on which it is based.
“Seven Steps for Developing a Proactive Schoolwide Discipline Plan is a must-have resource for school teams that want to systematically boost school climate. Rarely can one resource integrate research from both teaching and learning, school improvement, and implementation science with practical wisdom from schools into an accessible step-by-step process that teams can sustain over time. Colvin and Sugai have done just that--and included a number of practical tools and documents to boot.”
"Seven Steps for Developing a Proactive Schoolwide Discipline plan is a masterful update! Geoff Colvin and George Sugai have provided practitioner and research communities with a theoretically-grounded, highly practical, and user-friendly resource to support the design and installation of a proactive schoolwide discipline plan. The resources will be useful to district and school-site leaders and classroom teachers committed to providing safe, positive, and productive learning environments."