Jill Miller, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Northeast Region, Truman University;
Karen Wigger, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Northwest Region, Northwest Missouri State University
Tier 1 – Foundation
This session for administrators, coaches and team members who are new to MO SW-PBS 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.
Dr. Tim Lewis, Director MU PBS Center, Co-Director, PBIS National Center
Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Foundation
Discover how all staff can respond effectively to inappropriate student behaviors and how to implement cost-benefit strategies such as card or clip systems and newer technology-based tools such as Classroom Dojo.
Transfer Student Induction Within the SW-PBS Framework
Chris Hubbuch, Principal; Keelie Stucker, Assistant Principal, Excelsior Springs Middle School; Molly Kuebler, Intervention Coach, Excelsior Springs School District; Diane Feeley, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS
Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Enrichment
A comprehensive induction system can support new students while strengthening and supporting schoolwide practices and initiatives such as positive behavior supports or response to intervention. Hear about a proactive process that assures fidelity and relationship building during the student-induction process. Learn necessary structures to consider when developing and implementing an induction program within the PBIS framework and receive multiple tools useful for planning, implementation and progress monitoring.
Super Cubs to the Rescue! How to Use Video Modeling to Teach SW-PBS Expectations in Early Childhood
Dr. Angela Currey, Principal; Irene Keller, School Psychologist; Elisa Parker, Autism Consultant and Assistive Technology Specialist; and Terrann Wood, Tuition Preschool Teacher; Gerner Family Early Education Center; Erin Klein, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, Kansas City Region, University of Missouri
Tier 1 – Application
As part of Tier 1 schoolwide implementation, the Gerner Center created videos to teach each of the Super Cub Expectations to Be Ready, Be Safe and Make Good Choices in a variety of settings including: playground, hallways, restroom, multipurpose room and bus. Learn how to incorporate video modeling in Tier 1 SW-PBS implementation at the early childhood level in engaging and developmentally appropriate ways for students at all levels.
P.A.W.S. (Positive Attitudes Will Succeed) – Incentive Systems to Achieve Success
Kathryn Lehnen, Teacher; Early Childhood Center; Rebecca Blair, Teacher, Hawthorne Elementary School; Mexico 59 School District; Amanda Holloway, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, Heart of Missouri Region, University of Missouri
Tier 1 – Application
Discover how to build incentives into the schoolwide PBIS matrix and gain a greater understanding of the use of positives (4 to 1) in all areas (not just classroom) to instill goal setting for both the individual student and collectively schoolwide. Discussion will include making use of lunchtime for social skills lessons, positive promotions for teachers to use the BARK buck system (our schoolwide free and frequent ticket system), creative awards to motivate academic and social success and free schoolwide celebrations that students love.
Using SW-PBS End-of-Year Reports to Set and Achieve Annual SW-PBS School Improvement Goals
Dr. Gordon Way, Data/Web Consultant, MO SW-PBS
Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application
This hands-on workshop will use your school’s MO SW-PBS End-of-Year Report to establish goals and an action plan for the coming school year. Obtain a copy of your End-of-Year Report for 2014-2015 from your regional SW-PBS consultant to bring, as well as other relevant summative SW-PBS data. School teams are encouraged to attend as you will review your data and begin initial planning.
Using a Schoolwide Universal Screening Process to Identify At-Risk Students
Danielle Starkey, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS; Dr. Stephen Kilgus, Assistant Professor, and Crystal Taylor, Doctoral Student; School Psychology Department, University of Missouri
Tiers 2, 3 – Application
A systematic identification process at Tier 2 should include a minimum of two data sources to accurately identify students with internalizing and/or externalizing social, emotional or behavioral risk factors. Learn to use a standardized screening instrument as one data source. Universal screening provides an opportunity for all students to be considered for risk factors against identified criteria. Hear about the research behind universal screening, standardized screening instrument options, benefits of using universal screening and how it fits into a Tier 2 and Tier 3 identification process.
Discover the newest applications available to make data collection at Tier 3 a breeze! The applications reviewed will aid your Tier 3 team in collecting frequency, duration and interval data to inform the outcome measures on your Behavior Intervention
Comprehensive Integrated Three-Tiered Model of Prevention and Intervention – Integrating RtI and SW-PBS
Dr. Lisa Powers, Area Coordinator, Special School District of St. Louis County
Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application
Address academic, behavioral and social domains in tandem through a comprehensive, integrated three-tiered (CI3T) model of prevention. As part of this integrated approach, screening and assessment systems are put in place to support early detection efforts across the pre-K through 12th grade continuum as well as accurate assessment of student performance over time. Learn a system for proactively responding to identified students’ needs to increase academic, behavioral and social success.