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School Wide Reward for Tier 2 students?

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At our school we have monthly school wide rewards that students earn. Our question is that some staff feel that students who are on a Tier II behavior plan should recieve the same reward as the other students if earned on his/her Tier II behavior plan. Other staff members feel that these children should have a different reward since they are on a different plan. Help...I strongly believe that students, regardless of how it is earned, should attend with all students...however I need some research to back this up...or research that states the latter option.

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http://www.pbisworld.com/forum/#/discussion/145/school-wide-rewards-recognitions-who-should-be-allowed-to-attend.\n\nI can't point to any specific research that supports my views with hard data, but I am of the mind that the tier II students who meet their special tier II goals should indeed be included in and receive the same school-wide reward as all the other students.\n\nThe students on Tier II plans are working on more focused goals and objectives, which shouldn't matter with regard to the whole school reward. If a tier II student meets their tier II goals during the time period required for the school-wide reward, they should be included in the school-wide reward, otherwise they are going to become hopelessly frustrated, discouraged, and potentially may just give up feeling that they have no power to change their circumstances and outcomes.\n\nYou might search around or make a contact at PBIS.org regarding specific research or data to support this. If anyone would know of a study about this, someone there would."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":961,"3":{"1":0},"9":0,"10":1,"11":4,"12":0}">Hi smarquis,
I just read on and touched this topic at another question in this forum here: http://www.pbisworld.com/forum/#/discussion/145/school-wide-rewards-recognitions-who-should-be-allowed-to-attend.

I can't point to any specific research that supports my views with hard data, but I am of the mind that the tier II students who meet their special tier II goals should indeed be included in and receive the same school-wide reward as all the other students.

The students on Tier II plans are working on more focused goals and objectives, which shouldn't matter with regard to the whole school reward. If a tier II student meets their tier II goals during the time period required for the school-wide reward, they should be included in the school-wide reward, otherwise they are going to become hopelessly frustrated, discouraged, and potentially may just give up feeling that they have no power to change their circumstances and outcomes.

You might search around or make a contact at PBIS.org regarding specific research or data to support this. If anyone would know of a study about this, someone there would.

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