The PBIS Tier Two Handbook
A Practical Approach to Implementing Targeted Interventions
- Jessica Djabrayan Hannigan - Educational Consultant
- John E. Hannigan - Educational Consultant
Behavior Intervention | Schoolwide Discipline & Bully Prevention | Student Behavior
Move away from one-size-fits-all support—to targeted interventions that work!
In this highly anticipated follow-up to The PBIS Tier One Handbook, you’ll find everything you need to continue transforming support in your school. Where that book focused on establishing schoolwide behavior systems, this volume addresses interventions that target specific student needs.
No more fitting square pegs in round holes—instead you’ll develop a menu of data-driven Tier Two solutions that give students the help they need…without overtaxing school resources. This handbook features:
- A framework for developing, implementing, monitoring, and sustaining each level of the system
- Rubrics for identifying current states of implementation and filling in gaps
- Practical examples and case scenarios from more than 400 schools
When schools take a positive approach to behavioral issues, everyone benefits. With this step-by-step guide, you’ll create Tier Two systems that make a difference—and put at-risk students on the path to success.
“This book is a useful tool for education professionals to design plans to address student needs in a comprehensive manner. It ensures that all stakeholders review and reflect and help to compose the plan so there is buy-in by all involved.”
"In The PBIS Tier 2 Handbook Jessica and John Hannigan include many documents, resources, and materials for school improvement. The markers featured help determine where improvements are needed and can be supported through the use of data gathered through the Benchmarks of Quality for a Tier 2 Team. We have made adjustments to support students in need in a prescriptive manner because of the way the resources within this book shaped our Tier 2 Team. "
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1 - The PBIS Champion Model