Custom designed PBIS posters, by PBIS Teaching Tools, feature your school mascot as a role model demonstrating the positive behaviors in your PBIS program. These posters can feature your behavior matrix, over-arching PBIS theme, and/or rules, or behavioral expectations for specific areas of the school, for example, the restroom, cafeteria, playground, bus, computer lab, library, assemblies and hallways.
These PBIS posters use a mascot-centric approach to communicating complex behavioral issues to make them more engaging, entertaining and easier to understand for students. By featuring the mascot, the posters help build a culture that is readily adopted by the students, and easily controlled by educators. Visual examples of what the targeted behaviors look like in a school setting is important because children learn by imitating what they see. It’s easy for them! And if it’s their mascot that’s demonstrating the behavior, it’s more enticing, engaging, and likely to be imitated.
In addition to posters, PBIS Teaching Tools has a wide array of mascot-centric visual aids including clipart sets, banners, street signs, Gotcha Reward templates, calendars and much more to keep your program’s messaging fresh and engaging.
Learn more about mascot-centric PBIS programs, and why they are so effective by visiting PBISteachingtools.com. Get a PBIS Roll Out Kit catalog and pricing guide to help with your planning. Fill out the form online, or simply call 816-366-0199 for more information.