SI 2013: Breakout Session #3

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Session 3A

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District Leadership to Support Tiers 1-3

Dr. John Lacy, Superintendent; Dr. Karla Arnold, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services, Excelsior Springs 40 School District; Chris Hubbuch, Principal, Excelsior Springs Middle School; and Christie Rice, Principal, Lewis Elementary, Excelsior Springs 40 School District

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Enrichment

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Research and experience tell us behavior and academic success are linked. We need to consider how to build a system to best insure the success of all students and to support those who struggle with one or both. Leaders from this exemplary school district will share how they have successfully integrated PLC/RtI/SW-PBS into an  efficient and effective school improvement process that supports academic achievement for all.

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Session 3B

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Managing Minor Misbehavior

Ericka Dixon, Principal; Marissa Dodd, School Counselor; Amanda Brodbeck, Speech/ Language Pathologist; Sheila Powers and Patricia Tippit-Weber, Teachers, Winfield Primary School, Winfield R-IV School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Discover how this school taught staff to view social/ behavioral errors as opportunities to re-teach the desirable behaviors, and how they led staff to determine what behaviors they manage and what behaviors are office-managed. Learn strategies to discourage minor inappropriate behavior and promote learning of appropriate replacement behaviors, and how staff use respectful responses that reduce the probability of escalating behavior.

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Session 3C

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Using Data-Based Decision-Making at Quail Ridge Early Childhood Center

Kevin Garcia, Principal, Quail Ridge Early Childhood Center, Wentzville R-IV School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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This session will highlight the purposes for data collection at the early childhood level. It will focus on the type of data that should be collected (major vs. minor infractions), using the Big 5 data for macro analysis of the building trends and use of data to make placement decisions, both internally to determine least restrictive environment, and externally to transition students to Kindergarten.

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Session 3D

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Embedding Strategies to Address Bullying Within the SW-PBS Framework

Dr. Chris Templeton, Principal; Stephanie Roe, Counselor; and Kim Howard, Teacher, Reeds Spring Middle School, Reeds Spring R-IV School District; Dr. Tim Lewis, Director, MU Center for SW-PBS and Co-Director of PBIS National Center; and Betty Ennis, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Unfortunately bullying is a common problem found in all schools. This session will provide an overview of why students bully and evidence-based interventions to prevent and intervene. Particular emphasis will be placed on schoolwide systems to create safe learning environments. In this session, a middle school will share how their student forum has used a message of respect to promote bully prevention on their campus.

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Session 3E

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Getting the Word Out: SW-PBS and Technology

Chris Wright, Teacher and Technology Coordinator; Katie Curtis and Gerry Brunton, Teachers; Julie Peterman, Counselor; and Susan Bowles, Principal, Wyman Elementary, Rolla 31 School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Schoolwide positive behavior support is an initiative that can support a positive culture in a building creating universal language and universal behavioral expectations. Use technology to help with the mission of getting the word out to staff, students, parents and community. We’ll share ideas that we have used at Wyman Elementary School.

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Session 3F

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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

Dr. Rebecca Holland, Site Coordinator, Missouri RtI Development, University of Central Missouri; Thea Scott, Director, Three-Tiered Model Coordination, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; Hilary Bales, Principal, East Elementary; Mike Morriss, Principal; and Jim Robbins, Assistant Principal, Freedom Elementary, Waynesville R-VI School District

Tiers 1-3 – Enrichment

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Learn the logic about “why” and “how” multi-tiered systems of support are composed of both academic and social behavioral components. Then see how this work unfolds in two Missouri elementary schools.

Session 3G

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Group-Based Interventions for Tier 2:  An Overview of Research-Supported Practices

Dr. Barbara Mitchell, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 2 – Application

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This session provides information about three research-based interventions school teams can develop and provide for students identified for additional social, emotional or behavioral intervention. Learn how to determine which interventions are most appropriate for your students and school.

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Session 3H

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Tier 3 Systems

Keelie Stucker, Assistant Principal; Molly Kuebler, Intervention Coach; and Val Staponski, Recovery Room Supervisor, Excelsior Springs Middle School, Excelsior Springs 40 School District; and Diane Feeley, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 3 – Enrichment

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Learn about Tier 3 system features for core and action teams and how they have been implemented in a middle school.

Session 3I

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De-Escalation of Behavior

Dr. Terry Bigby, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tiers 1-3 – Application

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This session will provide information about preventing and effectively responding to acting- out behaviors. Participants will:

  • Identify seven phases of the acting-out
  • Describe the different behaviors that make up each phase of the
  • Identify possible interventions to use at each

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