SI 2013: Breakout Session #6

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Session 6A

Title

PBIS District Leadership Teams: Building Capacity to Support Training and Coaching

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 build capacity to support training and coaching for a tiered system of support, both academic and behavioral, throughout the district. Discussions will focus on Tier 2 and 3 interventions and include how to use these practices in your district. A district- wide data-tracking tool will be shared. This session is recommended for those who might serve as a member on a DLT (assistant superintendent, special education director, principal, professional development coordinator, etc.).

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Session 6B

Title

Positive Interventions and Effective Strategies for the Classroom (Part 2)

Dr. Laura Riffel, Director, Behavior Doctor Seminars

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Learn 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 focused 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 6C

Title

Team Process for All Members

Darin Siefert, Principal; Angela Myers, Counselor; Jennifer Granda, Meagan Wagner and Stephanie Sutton, Teachers, Festus Elementary, Festus R-VI School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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This is an orientation session for new members of the SW-PBS leadership team. Festus Elementary will share how to have efficient and effective leadership team meetings including team member roles, agenda, norms or ground rules, how to determine consensus and the rotation of members. Learn how action planning is used to guide and review the team’s work and tasks, and how they provide staff with professional development to ensure they have the knowledge and skills needed to implement successfully.

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Session 6D

Title

Creative Teaching in High School

Leah Stein, Principal; and Laura Moore, Teacher, Milan High School, Milan C-2 School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Staff from Milan High School will share how they created lessons and taught schoolwide, non- classroom and classroom expectations, rules and procedures. They will share their school-year plan for the ongoing teaching of all expectations and rules. Ideas on how to implement student involvement in the lesson creation and review process will be shared.

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Session 6E

Title

Enter the World of Social Media 

Chris Hubbuch, Principal; and Michelle Nebel, Teacher, Excelsior Springs Middle School, Excelsior Springs School District

Tiers 1-3 – Application

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Social media has transformed the world of your students and perhaps your classroom. How about your professional development and collaboration? Learn how to use tools like Twitter to become a connected educator and crowdsource ideas for PBIS. This session will also cover multiple tools that support Twitter and can be used for PD back at school. Participants are encouraged to bring their Smartphone, iPad or other tablet or laptop.

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Session 6F

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Building a System for “Check and Connect” Within a SW-PBS Framework Using Data to Provide Feedback for Classroom- Level PBS Practices

Tim Roth, Principal; Christie Lewis, Counselor; Callie Johnson, Erica Trusty and Kim Dickinson, Teachers, South Park Elementary, Moberly School District; and Dr. Barbara Mitchell, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 1 – Application

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Learn about a pilot project in which the SW-PBS team of one elementary school developed a process for conducting classroom observations, collecting data and providing data-based feedback to teachers about their implementation of positive specific feedback, correctives and opportunities to respond.

Session 6G

Title

Staying on Course: Progress Monitoring to Insure Success

Dr. Tim Lewis, Director, MU Center for SW-PBS and Co-Director, PBIS National Center

Tiers 1-3 – Application

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An integral part of the SW-PBS problem-solving process is using data to match intervention to the presenting problem as well as using data to determine success. Discover strategies to monitor progress of both student social behavior outcomes and educator implementation across the continuum.

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Session 6H

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Expanding the Triangle: Tiered Supports Model Moves to the Developmental Disabilities Community and Beyond

Dr. Rachel Freeman, Director, Kansas Institute of Positive Behavior Support; Julia LePage, Director, Community Supports Unit; and Dr. Terri Rogers, Chief Behavior Analyst, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Missouri Department of Mental Health; Terri Werner, Supervisor; and Pat Connors, Behavior Resource Team Member, Rolla Resource Team; and Carol Snow, Executive Director; Vickie Jones, Supervisor; Linda Knowles and Georgette Makras, Secretaries, FutureCare Inc.

Tiers 1-3 – Foundation

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Missouri’s statewide team is building cross-agency collaboration using PBIS training materials and systems at local and regional levels. Learn how tiered systems are being implemented across agencies in the developmental disability systems.