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Fidelity of Implementation (FOI)

River Trail Team MeetingFidelity of Implementation is the delivery of an intervention, program or curriculum in the way in which it was designed to be delivered.  Schools not meeting the required level of fidelity of implementation will need to create an action plan to ensure the school moves towards making corrections in their level of fidelity. The following are the FOI tools utilized in Tier 1.

Tier 1

Team Implementation Checklist (TIC)

Frequency: once per year

Timing: beginning of school year (October/ November)

Minimal Score for fidelity: 80

Who: PBIS Tier 1 Team

Survey 

The TIC results are used by the Tier 1/Universal Team to adapt action plans to PBIS needs by monitoring the implementation and maintenance of PBIS systems at the beginnig of the school year.  TIC results help determine the most effective allocation of faculty, financial and other school resources. Teams meet together and take the TIC and enter one online.

School-wide Evaluation Tool (SET)

Frequency: twice during a school's first year of implementation (pre and post); 20% of schools randomly selected in subsequent years

Timing: varies

Minimal score for fidelity: 80% on Expectations Taught and 80% overall

Who: District Team comes to school and interviews principal, students, and staff members

Survey

The (SET) is a research-validated instrument that is designed to assess and evaluate the critical features of school-wide effective behavior support across an academic school year. Information gathered can be used to a) assess features that are in place, b) determine annual goals, c) evaluate ongoing efforts, d) design and revise procedures and e) compare year-to-year efforts in the area of SWPBS.

Self-Assessment Survey (SAS)

Frequency: once per year

Timing: near end of first semester (December)

Minimal score for fidelity: 80

Who: all staff members

Survey

The SAS is completed by all staff members to gage all staff members' view on the school's PBIS tier 1 implementation. Survey is taken online by every staff member anonymously.

Benchmarks of Quality (BoQ)

Frequency: once per year

Timing: near end of the year (April)

Minimal score needed for fidelity: 70

Who: all members of PBIS Tier 1 Universal Team

The BoQ consists of three documents: the Coach Scoring Form, the Scoring Guide (rubric), and the Team Member Rating Form.  The BoQ has a total possible score of 100. This score is derived from the 3-8 items in each of the 10 subscales; (1) Teaming (2) Faculty (3) Commitment (4) Data Analysis (5) Expectations (6) Recognitions (7) Lesson Plans (8) Implementation Plan (9) Crisis Plan (10) Evaluation. Each team member should go through the BoQ individually and score the Team Member Rating Form (can reference the Scoring Guide rubric). The team should then meet together and complete one BoQ using the Coach Scoring Guide. One BoQ is then entered online.

 

Brief Attendance Systems and Procedures (bASP)

Frequency: once a year

Timing: early in the year (September/ October)

Minimal score needed for fidelity: 70

Who: PBIS Tier 1 Team

Survey is taken annually by staff members who work around attendance systems in the school. Teams submit one survey online.

Survey online here.

RtI All Staff Perception Survey

Frequency: once a year

Timing: towards beginning of year (October)

Who: all classroom teachers, special education teachers and administrators

Survey is taken online by staff members anonymously to gage staff members' view of the school's implementation of the RtI Framework around academics.

School Implementation Review (SIR)

Frequency: once a year

Timing: towards end of the year (April)

Minimal score needed for fidelity: 70

Who: Building Intervention Team (Academic focused)

The SIR is a self-assessment instrument built around Wisconsin DPI’s vision of RtI. The SIR contains elements of a schools Universal (Tier 1) and Selected/Intensive (Tier 2/3) framework. SIR results are broken down into Universal Instruction, Selected/ Intensive Instruction, Balanced Assessment Universal, Balanced Assessment Selected/ Intensive, Collaboration Universal, Collaboration Selected/ Intensive, Leadership, Family Engagement, and Culturally Responsive Practices. The SIR should be taken by all members of your Building Intervention Team and an administrator online.

Tier 2

School-Implementation Review (SIR)

Frequency: once a year

Timing: towards end of the year (April)

Minimal score needed for fidelity: 70

Who: Building Intervention Team (Academic focused)

The SIR is a self-assessment instrument built around Wisconsin DPI’s vision of RtI. The SIR contains elements of a schools Universal (Tier 1) and Selected/Intensive (Tier 2/3) framework. SIR results are broken down into Universal Instruction, Selected/ Intensive Instruction, Balanced Assessment Universal, Balanced Assessment Selected/ Intensive, Collaboration Universal, Collaboration Selected/ Intensive, Leadership, Family Engagement, and Culturally Responsive Practices. The SIR should be taken by all members of your Building Intervention Team and an administrator online.

RtI All Staff Perception Survey

Frequency: once a year

Timing: towards beginning of year (October)

Who: all classroom teachers, special education teachers and administrators

Survey is taken online by staff members anonymously to gage staff members' view of the school's implementation of the RtI Framework around academics.

FOI of Behavior Interventions
Monitoring Advanced Tiers Tool (MATT)

Frequency: once per year

Timing: early in the school year (October/ November)

Minimal score need for fidelity: 80

Who: Building Intervention Team (Behavior focused staff members)

Survey

The MATT results are used by the Building Intervention Intervention Team to adapt action plans to PBIS needs by monitoring the implementation and maintenance of PBIS systems at Tier 2/3.  MATT results help determine the most effective allocation of faculty, financial and other school resources. One MATT is taken online per team.

Benchmarks of Advanced Tiers (BAT)

Frequency: once per year 

Timing: near the end of year (April)

Minimal score needed for fidelity: 70 in Foundations, Tier 2, and Tier 3

Who: Building Intervention Team (Behavior focused)

Survey

The Benchmarks of Advanced Tiers (BAT) allows school teams to assess the implementation status of Tier 2/3 behavior support systems within their school.  The BAT is designed to answer:

  1. Are the foundational elements in place for implementing Tier 2 and Tier 3 behavior support practices? 
  2. Is a Tier 2 support system in place? 
  3. Is a Tier 3 system in place? One BAT is taken per team online.

Contacts

Student Performance and Improvement Director:

Dr. Melanie Stewart
Phone: 414-475-8751
Email: stewarmr@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

 

RtI/PBIS Supervisor:

Jon Jagemann
Phone: 414-475-8645 
Email: jagemaj@milwaukee.k12.wi.us

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