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Adapting PBIS Practices for Rural Settings: Remote Instruction Strategy Matrix

Rural education settings often have accessibility strengths and weaknesses that can make virtual instruction challenging. A range of resources are needed that can be tailored in intensity to meet various student needs (social, emotional, behavioral well-being, academic engagement) adapted to different types of technology. The Remote Instruction Strategy Matrix with corresponding resources provides educators with a continuum of learning support strategies that can be followed by adaptations for implementation based on available technology. 

Topic(s):

Classroom PBIS

School-Wide

Published:

November 20, 2020

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Keywords:

Rural
Behavior
Implementation
Social relationships
Academics

Suggested
Citation:

McDaniel, S. C., Chaparro, E., Santiago-Rosario, M. R., Kern, L., & George, H. P. (November, 2020). Adapting PBIS Practices for Rural Settings: The Remote Instruction Strategy Matrix. Eugene, OR: OSEP TA Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. Retrieved from www.pbis.org.

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