SI 2013: Breakout Session #7

Session 7A

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Marzano to Go (Part 1)

Travis Dimmit, Principal, North Nodaway Junior/Senior High School, North Nodaway R-IV School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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A large part of managing positive classrooms is giving kids many different opportunities and ways to respond to and process information. Learn strategies that lead to effective learning as originally outlined by Dr. Robert Marzano.

Session 7B

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Family – Community – School: Creating a Partnership  for  Success 

Susanna Hill, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS; Rick Talbott, Assistant Principal; Lebanon High School; Rachelle Jennings, Assistant Principal, Boswell Elementary; Bob Matthews, Special Education Coordinator; Lebanon R-III School District; John Collins, Principal; Raymondville Elementary, Raymondville R-VII School District; and Shanna Weber, Director of Special Services, Winfield R-VI School District

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Research indicates that creating a partnership between families, communities and schools benefits all stakeholders and has a direct link to increasing student success. Learn how to identify and overcome challenges to developing these connections within your school and hear how several schools have put systems in place to create successful partnerships.

Session 7C

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Taste of Mental Health First Aid

Rita McElhany, Coordinator of Mental Health Promotion, Division of Behavioral Health, Missouri Department of Mental Health

Tiers 2-3 – Enrichment

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This workshop gives participants a “taste” of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA). MHFA is an evidence-based public education program that is widely available across the US. The goal of the MHFA program is to help the public identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Receive information regarding access to more extensive training opportunities in your community.

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Session 7D

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21st Century Skills and the iPad – What’s the Connection? How to Support Creativity, Collaboration and Engagement with iPads

Diane Gremp, Technology Director; and Jo Ann Anderson, SW-PBS Consultant, South Central RPDC, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Tier 1 – Foundation

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Learn to use the iPad as a classroom tool to offer choice and give opportunities to respond, and to increase positive interactions with students instead of just a device for checking e-mail and surfing the net. Discover features of the iPad, rubrics for selecting applications and ideas that support our 21st Century learners.

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Session 7E

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Blending Academic and Behavioral Supports Through the Tier 2 Process

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

Tier 2 – Application

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Addressing necessary social and academic supports is essential in the SW-PBS process to increase the likelihood that all students are successful. Discover universal classroom supports and learn how to focus on incorporating academic accommodations within the Tier 2 process for at-risk students.

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Session 7F

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Tier 2 Data

Betty Ennis and Diane Feeley, Tier 2/3 Consultants, MO SW-PBS

Tier 2 – Application

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This session will focus on the use of Tier 2 data tools such as BAT, and Advanced and Tiers Spreadsheets, to support Tier 2 implementation and decision- making.

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Session 7G

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Behavior Intervention Plans (Part 1): Developing A Competing Behavior Pathway

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

Tier 3 – Enrichment

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Participants will work with a case study to develop a competing behavior pathway.