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Supporting Students with Disabilities in the Classroom within a PBIS Framework

Students with disabilities are more likely to experience exclusionary and reactive discipline practices than students without disabilities. Fortunately, when educators implement positive, proactive, and evidence-based practices within a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework, students with disabilities benefit. In this practice brief, we describe the “top ten” intervention strategies effective educators implement to support all students, including students with disabilities, in their classroom.

Topic(s):

Classroom PBIS

Disability

Published:

September 1, 2020

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Keywords:

Behavior
Special education
Tier 1

Suggested
Citation:

Simonsen, B., Putnam, R., Yaneck, K., Evanovich, L., Shaw, S. Shuttleton, C. Morris, K., & Mitchell, B. (February, 2020). Supporting Students with Disabilities within a PBIS Framework. Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. www.pbis.org.

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