NaBITA Resources

BIT Standards
Whitepapers
Mini-papers
Training Handouts
BIT Surveys
NaBITA Risk Rubric
Articles

NaBITA BIT Standards

BIT Standards
BIT Standards Handout
Standards Self Assessment Tool

Whitepapers

The 2019 NaBITA Whitepaper: The NaBITA Risk Rubric

The 2018 NaBITA Whitepaper: The Role of the Counselor on the Behavioral Intervention Team

The 2017 NaBITA Whitepaper: Addressing Disruptive and Dangerous Behavior in the Classroom and Around Campus

The 2015 NaBITA Whitepaper: Who’s on the Team? Mission, Membership and Motivation

The 2014 NaBITA Whitepaper: The Core-Q10 Checklist: Assessment of a Behavioral Intervention Team

The 2014 NaBITA Whitepaper: 2014 NaBITA Whitepaper: Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting

The 2012 NaBITA Whitepaper: Case Management in Higher Education

The 2012 NCHERM/NaBITA Whitepaper: Suicidal Students, BITs and the Direct Threat Standard

The 2011 NaBITA Whitepaper: Preventing the Preventable

The 2010 NaBITA Whitepaper: Murder at UVA: Preventing the Preventable

The 2009 NaBITA Whitepaper: Threat Assessment in the Campus Setting 

The 2009 NCHERM Whitepaper: 2nd Generation Behavioral Intervention Best Practices

The 2008 NCHERM Whitepaper: Risk Mitigation Through the NCHERM Behavioral Intervention and Threat Assessment Model

Mini-papers

Leadership of the Behavioral Intervention Team

Navigating the Storm: Threat Assessment and Mental Health (2016)

Making the Call: Parental Notification of Suicidal Students (2015)

Training Handouts

NaBITA Sample Training Schedule (2019)

Behavioral Intervention Teams in School Districts: Does Your District Have a BIT?

BIT Basics for PreK-12

Emergency Terminology One Sheet

BIT Surveys

2018 BIT Survey Snapshot (PDF)
2016 BIT Survey Snapshot (PDF)
2014 BIT Survey Snapshot
(PDF)
2012 BIT Survey snapshot (PDF)

NaBITA Risk Rubric

2019 Risk Rubric Trifold
21 Questions: A Supplemental Flowchart for the NaBITA Risk Rubric

Articles

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS)
Research supports that a PBIS system, implemented with fidelity, effectively reduces classroom disruptions and student suspensions through a schoolwide, systematic, tiered-intervention approach that leads to increased student achievement. Schoolwide PBIS provides an operational framework for achieving these outcomes.

A Comparative Analysis of Threat and Risk Assessment Measures (article from 2013 J-BIT) (PDF)

Threat, Threat, Threat, Threat or Threat? (PDF)

Duty to Warn Breakdown Per State (PDF)

A Timeline of Worldwide School Shootings

 

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