PBiS Team Evaluation Tools
Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI)
WHAT: The Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) is a single, efficient, valid, reliable fidelity survey designed to guide implementation and sustained use of SW-PBiS. Using the TFI, teams measure the extent of SW-PBiS at all three tiers.
WHO: School Systems Planning Teams-a team of three to eight people including the administrator and district coach-with input from Tier I, II, and/or III teams. It is strongly recommended that the team complete the TFI with an external SW-PBiS coach serving as a facilitator.
WHEN: Ideally conducted three times per school year.
WHY: The purpose of the school-wide PBIS Tiered Fidelity Inventory is to provide an efficient and valid index of the extent to which PBIS critical features are in place within a school. The primary purpose is to help school teams improve and serve as a guide for implementation for Tier I, II and/or III practices.
Coaches Only: PBiS Assessments
Example of a team completing the TFI here
Self Assessment Survey (SAS)
WHAT: The SAS is an annual assessment used by schools to identify the staff perception of the implementation status and improvement priority for school-wide, classroom, non-classroom and individual student systems.
WHEN: Annually- usually in the Spring
WHY: Results of the SAS are effective in identifying the staff priorities for Action Planning.