SI 2013: Breakout Session #5

Session 5A

Title

PBIS District Leadership Teams: Using Implementation Science and the National Blueprint to Develop and Guide Implementation Efforts

Dr. Lisa Powers, Area Coordinator; Bridget Thomas, Counselor; and Lynn Yokoyama, PBIS Data Specialist, Special School District of St. Louis County

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Learn how PBIS district leadership teams (DLT) might use implementation science and the National Blueprint to develop a 3-5 year action plan which supports schools to successfully implement, maintain and sustain PBIS. Discover the purpose and functions of a DLT, use of data, how a consultant supports this process and lessons learned from PBIS DLT coordinators. This session is recommended for those who might serve as a member on a DLT.

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5A_SI2013

Session 5B

Title

Positive Interventions and Effective Strategies for the Classroom (Part 1)

Dr. Laura Riffel, Director, Behavior Doctor Seminars

Tier 1 – Foundation

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This session will highlight skills for basing interventions on the function of the behavior and maximizing research-based interventions that will work with many children in multiple settings. Part One will focus on the sensory needs of students with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Part Two will focus on teaching strategies for struggling learners.

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Session 5C

Title

Involving Students in Schoolwide PBS: Adding the Student Voice to the Process and Outcomes

Keith Hoyer, Teacher and Montana Behavior Initiative Consultant, Belt High School, Belt, Mont.; Dr. Tim Lewis, Director, MU Center for SW-PBS and Co-Director, PBIS National Center; and Blake Miller, Student, Missouri State University

Tier 1 – Foundation

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SW-PBS should be implemented with students not to students, yet their voice is often not heard in the process. Hear examples from both Missouri and Montana on how you can improve SW-PBS with your students’ active support and increased ownership, and learn how to use technology to build enthusiasm and increase student involvement.

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5C_SI2013

Session 5D

Title

District Student-Data Systems and SW-PBS Data Reporting

Bryan Campbell, Assistant Principal; Pam Gow, Teacher; and Lori Ranfeld, Counselor, Maplecrest Elementary, Lebanon R-III School District; Dawn Hellebusch, Principal; Debbie Brewer, Teacher; and Cheryl Spratt, Counselor, Clearview Elementary, Washington School District; and Stephanie Grisham, Teacher and A+ Director; Jamie Cantrell and Carol White, Teachers, Rolla High School, Rolla 31 School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

Descriptor

Learn how Missouri SW-PBS administrators are using district student-data systems (SIS-Pulse, Lumens and Infinite Campus) to produce SW-PBS related data reports (e.g., Big 5 and student identification alerts for data-based decision-making).

Session 5E

Title

Integrated Models: Big Ideas That Make Them Work

Susan Barrett, Director, PBIS Regional Training and Technical Assistance Center, Sheppard Pratt Health System

Tiers 1–3: Enrichment

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As the PBIS framework continues to develop and expand, the organizational features promote integration across disciplines and systems including social behavior, academics, mental health and juvenile justice. This session describes how integration is occurring and provides examples and sample implementation tools.

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5E_SI2013

Session 5F

Title

Tier 2 Readiness

Diane Feeley, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 2 – Application

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An overview of Tier 2 support and the indicators for school readiness.

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5F_SI2013

Session 5G

Title

Small Group Social Skills

Diana Ables, Rainah Pray, Sheryl Smallwood, Jennifer Read and Jill Wood, Teachers; and Kelly Pezzani, Counselor, Becky-David Elementary, Francis Howell R-III School District; and Cynthia Matthew, Principal; Donna Bullard, Social Worker; and Brandy Hepler, Teacher, West Lane Elementary, Jackson R-II School District

Tier 2 – Application

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Review of the main features of small group social skills intervention and learn how it has been implemented in two elementary school settings.

Session 5H

Title

Discovery Through Challenges: Positive Results for Students with Special Needs

Mary Jo Watkins and Janelle Burch, Supervisors for Instruction, Missouri Schools for the Severely Disabled; Debby Lucast, Building Administrator, Helen Davis State School, St. Joseph, Mo.; and Brenda McCowan, Building Administrator; and Kara Hech, Teacher, Parkview State School, Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Tier 1 – Foundation

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In this round table discussion, staff of Missouri Schools for the Severely Disabled (MSSD) will discuss the challenges they have faced and solutions they have developed for implementing SW-PBS. Some of the challenges MSSD faced were:

  • Modifying teaching to ensure students with severe intellectual disabilities can understand and respond to SW-PBS
  • Reporting discipline incidents in a meaningful way so data can be
  • Providing support to those who are working with students with significantly challenging behaviors (including physical).
  • Developing strategies to provide information to families to help them use similar strategies in their
  • Discussing how to keep the momentum going after the first couple of years of SW-PBS.

After each short presentation there will be a question/answer period.

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Session 5I

Title

Capturing Student Voice in the Context of the School Day: A Unique Approach to a Common Problem

Dr. Randy Oliver, Assistant Principal; and Jeremy Bradham, Teacher, Antioch Middle School, North Kansas City 74 School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Learn how one middle school provided students with leadership experiences and opportunities for input into SW-PBS systems including student-made video lessons within the context of the school day.

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