SI 2014: Breakout Session #1

Session 1A

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Can You Do It? Yes You Can! Conquering Tier 1 While in the Jungle of Multiple Initiatives

Terri Bryan, Christine Lacy, Darren Neels, and Jill Uhrhan, Teachers, Clippard Elementary School, Cape Girardeau 63 School District

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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The Clippard Elementary SW-PBS team will share practical ideas for Tier 1 leadership, including how to get started and how to involve the whole staff and families. Learn how to keep it going while starting a Tier 2 system of social/behavioral support, RtI and PLCs, implementing new curricula and other hazards.

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Session 1B

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Interagency Collaboration to Support Tiers 1-3

Adair County System of Care: Cindy Dowis, Kirksville R-III Schools; Kevin Martin, Juvenile Office; Jesse Hunolt, CPS Administrative Agent/Mark Twain; Matt Shannon and Pam Shannon, DD/Kirksville Regional Office

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Enrichment

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Adair County System of Care (SOC) is a coordinated network of community-based services, supports and organizations that collaborate and work together to meet the challenges of children and families who are at risk. Discover how the Adair County SOC worked to develop a common vision, communication system and training to create a multi-tiered system of support.

Session 1C

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Responding to Inappropriate Behavior

Dr. Tim Lewis, Director MU PBS Center; Co-Director, PBIS National Center

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Foundation

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Learn how staff can respond effectively to inappropriate student behavior. Emphasis will be on responding to inappropriate behaviors in the classroom and how to implement cost benefit strategies such as card or clip systems and newer technology-based tools.

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Session 1D

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Get Positive Vibes Using Digital Creations

Christina Mackey, Computer Specialist and Twila Rowlett, Talented and Gifted Teacher, Boswell Elementary School, Lebanon R-III School District; Diane Gremp, Technology Director, South Central RPDC; Jo Ann Anderson, SW-PBS Consultant, South Central RPDC

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Enrichment

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Engage students in curriculum, school-related current events and positive behavior using and creating digital projects. Using iPads, MacBooks, iMovie and iTunes you can easily create and edit digital movies, music videos and/or news features that promote a positive climate in your school. Learn ways to teach PC users, too, utilizing Animoto and Movie Maker. Bring your tablet, iPad, notebook, etc.

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Session 1E

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Community Service Learning

Tami Bopp, Director, Character Education Implementation, St. Louis EducationPlus and Jefferson City Academic Center, Jefferson City Public Schools

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Enrichment

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Make a difference in your school climate, student motivation and community engagement through Service Learning. Hear how students at the Jefferson City Academic Center (JCAC) have seen positive results from their participation in Service Learning. The JCAC is a 2013 National School Of Character.

Session 1F

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Tier 2 System of Support in Early Childhood

Jennifer Meyer, Director; Christy Snelling, Social Worker; and Brandi Slaughter, Care Provider; Kirksville Early Childhood Learning Center, Kirksville R-III School District

Tiers 2, 3 – Application

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Learn about intensive interventions implemented in an early childhood setting.

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Session 1G

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Developing Effective Systems for Tier 3

Keelie Stucker, Assistant Principal; Molly Kuebler, Interventionist; Val Staponski, SLC Instructor; Excelsior Springs Middle School, Excelsior Springs 40 School District; and Cynthia Matthew, Principal, West Lane Elementary School, Jackson R-II School District

Tier 3 – Application

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Learn Tier 3 systems for structuring core and action team meetings, identifying students for Tier 3 intervention, and insuring that the student has received schoolwide and classroom instruction and recognition. Discover how to develop an observable and measurable description of the problem behavior, collect and analyze relevant student information, complete observations to confirm the summary statement, and develop a behavior-intervention plan based on the summary statement.

Session 1H

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Ruskin High School Stays The Course Under New Leadership

Terri Redden and June Hollowell-Ross, Teachers; and Alisha Hollister, Monet Loggins, Talia Nelson, Montel Berry, Jordan Ragsdale, and Ronald Williams, Students; Ruskin High School, Hickman Mills C-1 School District

Tier 1 – Enrichment

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After successfully implementing PBIS for the past two years and seeing end-of-course tests soar, disruptive behaviors decrease and attendance improve, the Ruskin High School PBIS Team, along with the Ruskin High School Student PBIS Team are staying their course under new leadership. Highlights of the year include the PBIS Student Team taking the lead in peer-to-peer mentorship, group counseling, mock behavior sessions, PBIS orientation for incoming sophomores and other activities that promote positive behavior.

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