Inclusive Behavior Instruction

Inclusive Behavior Instruction is a proactive approach to teaching social and behavior skills. Schoolwide interventions identify instructional priorities using multiple sources of data, prevent behavior challenges, and provide social and behavior supports.  Academic and behavior supports are integrated within one multi-tiered system of support.

Swift in 60 Seconds

This film shows how inclusive behavior instruction is a proactive approach to teaching social behaviors that emphasizes positive goals and expectations so all students can successfully manage their behavior.

In-Depth


  • Discussion Guide: Inclusive Behavior Instruction

    Use this discussion guide along with the SWIFT in 60 video to talk with school stakeholders about what inclusive behavior instruction could look like at your school.

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  • Introduction to Inclusive Behavior Instruction

    Use this PowerPoint to introduce the SWIFT feature: Inclusive Behavior Instruction. The PowerPoint provides guidance on why the feature is essential for inclusive school reform. It also introduces implementation steps and examples.

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  • Steps to Get You Started: Inclusive Behavior Instruction

    Your school can take specific action steps to develop inclusive behavior instruction.

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