SI 2014: Breakout Session #6

Session 6A

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Recipe for Success for Integrating Multiple Initiatives

Jeanne Harding, Principal, Schuyler County Elementary School, Schuyler County R-I School District

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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Education has many acronyms: RtI, PLC, CW, MLS, DI, PBIS. How do we take all these initiatives and turn them into something that works for our students instead of a confusing pot of alphabet soup? Learn how one school has created a recipe for success.

Session 6B

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SW-PBS Basics for New Team Members

Jill Miller, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Northeast Region, Truman State University; and Karen Wigger, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Northwest Region, Northwest Missouri State University

Tier 1 – Foundation

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This session is designed for administrators, coaches and team members who are new to MO SW-PBS. It will provide an overview of the essential components of SW-PBS: common philosophy and purpose, leadership, clarifying expected behavior, teaching expected behavior, encouraging expected behavior, discouraging inappropriate behavior, ongoing monitoring and classroom effective practices.

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6B_SI2014

Session 6C

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Lessons Learned: Are We There Yet? Revisiting Procedures and Routines

Colleen Vreeland, Teacher, Milan Elementary School, Milan C-2 School District 8

Tier 1 – Application

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Follow the steps to the writing/revision of a matrix, procedures and routines. Discover how a social skills lesson went from a one-person job to a multi-teacher job and celebrate. Learn how the staff got involved in the celebration process.

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6C_SI2014

Session 6D

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Creating Home-Grown Videos for High School

Dr. Michael Kennedy, Assistant Professor, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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Participants will learn, in hands-on practice, key features of “home-grown” videos that align with SW-PBS best practices, and how to create and produce effective SW-PBS videos.

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Session 6E

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Instructional Practice in the Culturally Responsive Classroom: What It Is and How It Works

Dr. Charles Pearson, Resource Consultant, St. Louis EducationPlus

Tier 1 – Application

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How do culturally responsive practices align with best practices in instruction? With best practices in classroom management? What is missing and how do you add it? What are you already doing that aligns with culturally responsive pedagogy? What data points paint the best picture of whether a teacher or a classroom is culturally responsive? Building on the individual awareness from the Essential Principles training, participants will examine classroom practice.

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6E_SI2014

Session 6F

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Building a System for “Check and Connect” Within a SW-PBS Framework

Rebecca Keltner, A+ Coordinator, Bobbie Lou Barber, Teacher and Pete Quinlan, ROTC Instructor, Nevada R-V High School, Nevada R-V School District

Tiers 2, 3 – Application

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Nevada Middle School and High School share information about the development of a system for the Check and Connect intervention within their two SW-PBS buildings as well as lessons learned and challenges to implementation.

Session 6G

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Collaborating with Mental Health for Tier 3 Support

Matt Houck, Counselor, Clark Community Mental Health Center, Monett, Mo.

Tier 3 – Application

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This session will provide a closer look at what happens when a local mental health agency partners with a school district. Participants will learn what brought about this partnership, and the systems that have been put in place. Hear how SW-PBS has become a vital part of this successful student intervention. Time will be provided for questions and discussion.

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6G_SI2014

Session 6H

Title

How Do PBIS, Student Engagement and Common Core Learn to Play Together?

Trish Goddard, Math Literacy Consultant and Andrea Rockney, Assessment for Learning Consultant, Southwest RPDC

Tier 1 – Enrichment

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Learn a definition of student engagement that connects the initiatives via an understanding of the role PBIS plays in student engagement and the role student engagement plays in achieving common core goals. Learn to define student engagement and how it connects with PBIS efforts, and how student academic and social behaviors can be impacted by PBIS activities. Understand connections between common core, engagement and PBIS.

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