Leaps provides all the necessary content, curriculum, benchmarks, and progress reporting to help teachers implement positive behavioral change in the classroom.
How Leaps works with Behavior RtI and PBIS
Leaps provides the content, benchmarks, and progress reporting for the positive behavioral components of RTI:
Progress and regression notations
Fidelity of Implementation reports based upon usage, results, and satisfaction.
Reporting at the individual student level or at the classroom, program, school, or the entire district level
Learn more: RTI Tier 1, RTI Tier 2, RTI Tier 3
PBIS is a tremendous framework from which administrators and educators make decisions regarding the social, emotional, and behavioral development of their students.
- Leaps operationalizes PBIS initiatives.
- Leaps is the platform that provides the content, assessments, progress, fidelity data, and training that moves schools from a “framework“ to an “operational environment“
- Learn More: Overview, PBIS Tier1, PBIS Tier2
We have spent a good deal of our Thursday conversations talking about where behaviors come from, the purpose they serve, how our experiences play a role in our choices, and last week we talked about the relevancy of antecedent events. This week we need to spend a little bit of time talking about the difference between organic and acquired behavioral problems.
Over the past several weeks we have been discussing what a behavior is and where behaviors come from. We have even talked a little about the difficulties of recording and measuring and reporting behavioral incidents. Now let’s start talking about the elements that will help us change behaviors. To begin this discussion we have to start with the focal point of behavior change – the function the behavior serves.
I just closed my eyes and now it is time to start all over again. The morning shower is about the only time I am going to have today with a little silence. I have found myself standing under the water a little longer each day as the school year is passing. That moment of peace is my chance to brace for the day. The problem is that in my moment of peace I can’t take my mind off of my kids who are struggling. I can’t stop thinking about the things I should have done to make learning a little easier. Wait, I have to clear my mind. I just need 5 minutes for me. The rest of the day can be for the kids.
More About Our Tools
On Mental Health
Leaps was developed with more than twenty five years of research and real world application with mental health and education as the essential tools for teachers to help students grow and learn
Social Emotional Learning
Leaps takes the broad concepts of social and emotional learning and brings a practical program to the table with very specific, easily identifiable skills.