SI 2013: Breakout Session #8

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Session 8A

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Marzano to Go (Part 2)

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

Tiers 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. In this workshop, the presenter will break down and model strategies that lead to effective learning as originally outlined by Dr. Robert Marzano.

Session 8B

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First Step to Success: An Intervention for Young Children with Problem Behavior

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

Tier 2 – Application

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Learn about First Step to Success, an early- intervention program designed for young children (K-2) who show early signs of antisocial, acting-out behavior. The program incorporates adult praise and feedback, positive reinforcement, social skills training, teacher and parent involvement, and a timeout/cost contingency. It also includes techniques to promote generalization of behavior change across the school day and in the home.

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Session 8C

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A Window into Their  World:  Supporting Missouri’s Youth in Juvenile Justice 

D. Tichelle Bruntmyer, Doctoral Student, Department of Special Education, University of Missouri-Columbia

Tiers 1-3 – Enrichment

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Receive an overview of the juvenile justice system in Missouri and suggestions on how local schools can support success for students returning to their home communities. Questions and discussion are strongly encouraged.

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Session 8D

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SW-PBS Data Tools

Gordon Way, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Kansas City Region, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Tier 1 – Foundation

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See a demonstration of the Big 5 Generator (including EC version) data collection tool (individual student data) and data decision-making. For this hands-on session, a computer and download tools are required.

Session 8E

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Preventing Bullying at Sunshine Elementary

René Saner, Principal; Rick Greiner, Counselor; Mary Downing and Kim Strubberg, Teachers, Sunshine Elementary; and Lora Hopper, Principal, Portland Elementary, Springfield R-XII School District

Tier 1 – F0undation

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SW-PBS systems give students the tools to reduce bullying behavior through the blending of schoolwide positive behavior support, explicit instruction and a definition of the bullying construct through six already developed lessons. Participants will view the materials and presentation used at Sunshine Elementary.

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Session 8F

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Organization  Skills 

Dr. Deb Childs, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS; and Karen Westhoff, MO SW-PBS Consultant, St. Louis RPDC and Cooperating School Districts

Tiers 1-3 – Application

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Implementing organizational skills from Tier 1 through Tier 3.

Session 8G

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Behavior Intervention Plans (Part 2): Creating Clear and Measurable Goals

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

Tier 3 – Enrichment

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Participants will develop specific, observable and measurable goals for behaviors identified in the competing behavior pathway.

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Session 8H

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PSchool Counselors and SW-PBS: A Perfect Blend!

Megan Freeman, Assistant Director, Effective Practices, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; Jo Ann Anderson, MO SW-PBS Consultant, South Central RPDC, Missouri University of Science and Technology; Betty Ennis and Susanna Hill, Tier 2/3 Consultants, MO SW-PBS; and Danielle Starkey, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Heart of Missouri RPDC

Tiers 1-3 – Foundation

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Students and staff of Raytown Success Academy Alternative school will describe how the success of each student is supported through positive behavior supports. Students benefit from the structure and consistency provided through teaching the expectations of the R.S.A. Matrix. Appropriate behaviors are supported through the R.S.A. Level system. Finally, students are accountable for minor and major behaviors through positive redirection and individualized student plans leading to students’ behavioral and academic success.

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