SI 2015: Breakout Session #6

Session 6A

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Classroom Essential 8’s for the Early Childhood Setting

Jen Meyer, Director of Early Childhood, Early Childhood Learning Center, Kirksville R-III School District; Susanna Hill, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 1 – Application

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Hear how one school found developmentally appropriate ways to use PBS at the early childhood level. Learn about the essentials 8’s, how to develop expectations and procedures for the preschool classroom, supervision and how to teach/encourage expected behaviors.

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Session 6B

Title

Meeting Students’ Needs Through a Community-Supported School Store

Dr. Cheri Oliver, Assistant Principal; Dr. Jill Schowe, Principal; Rebecca Boone Elementary School, Warren Co. R-III School District; Christie Lewis, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, Heart of Missouri RPDC

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Enrichment

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Hear about the success of the Rebecca Boone Trading Post through stories, discipline data and the reasoning for starting the program. Learn about experiences with the community to help support the school store, strategies used to help students make wise decisions based on their attendance and discipline data that will work in multiple settings.

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Session 6C

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Quiet on the Set: SW-PBS Filmmaking

Christopher Wright, Instructional Technology Specialist, Wyman Elementary School, Rolla 31 School District; Jo Ann Anderson, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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Video creation, though it can be daunting, can help communicate student expectations as well as help foster school community. Receive practical ideas for creating videos for your school’s SW-PBS program.

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Session 6D

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EPA: Environmental Protection Adaptations – How Do We Guarantee Success for All Students?

Karen Westhoff, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, St. Louis RPDC, Education Plus; Deb Lyons, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, Northwest RPDC

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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Learn to implement adaptations to create a student centered environment. Receive strategies that will incorporate sensory, organizational and self-regulation skills to help all students be successful learners and develop the skills to be productive adults.

Session 6E

Title

Student Voice = Improved Outcomes, Involving Elementary Students in SW-PBS

Susan Tinich, Principal; Terri Leonard, Teacher; Midway Elementary School, Midway R-I School District; Deanna Maynard, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS; Linda Crain, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, Central RPDC

Tier 1 – Application

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Learn how to create an environment where your students are more involved in your SW-PBS program. Research tells us that when students are involved in the decision-making progress, they will have a stronger sense of ownership, and the outcomes will be more effective and positive. Discover how to maintain the roles between the tiers and that connection; how to involve your students in the data-interpretation piece and develop goals for the school, specific grade levels and individual students, and how to incorporate feedback between students, students and staff and staff members. Receive ideas of how you can immediately incorporate this into your setting as well as sparking ideas to enhance a program that is already established.

Session 6F

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Moving in One Direction with Several Moving Parts: District-Wide SW-PBS Implementation in Raytown Schools

Dr. Staci M. Mathes, Director of Student Support Services; Raytown Quality Schools, Raytown C-2 School District; Dr. Gordon Way, Data/Web
Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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Hear about the SW-PBS journey in Raytown School District. Since starting SW-PBS as a district initiative in 2011, school teams with different populations have been working through the RPDC and state training to develop and implement systems within the framework of SW-PBS, seeing an overall decrease in out-of-school suspensions and an overall increase in attendance and school engagement. Schools are moving at their own pace with district level support and collaboration, and the district is moving forward in the SW-PBS journey.

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Session 6G

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Staying in the LOOP…Continuing the Support of the Tiers

Michele Williams, Principal; Shawn Nix, Assistant Principal/Special Education Director, Carrie Cain and Tammy Simminger, Teachers; Chaffee Elementary School, Chaffee R-II School District; Debbie Lintner, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tiers 1, 2 – Application

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How does a school continue to keep staff informed about SW-PBS to ensure sustainability? Chaffee Elementary will share how it keeps its veteran and new teachers up to date with current systems, data and practices including professional development and staff handbook.

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Session 6H

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Developing High Quality Behavior Intervention Plans

Betty Ennis, Tier 2-3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 3 – Application

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Learn to assess the quality of FBAs and BIPs at Tier 3, and how to complete and use a rubric that assesses necessary components and ensures that time spent on FBAs and BIPs results in a high quality plan that will yield positive results.

Session 6I

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Tier 3: Preventing and Responding to Learning and Behavior Problems: A Collaborative Approach between General and Special Education Communities 

Dr. Lisa Powers, Area Coordinator, Special School District of St. Louis County

Tier 3 – Application

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Discover how to support inclusive programming for all students and organize for Tier 3 Intensive Interventions (FABI, RENEW, Wraparound). Learn how to design, implement and evaluate rigorous functional assessment-based interventions using a systematic approach to assist students for whom primary prevention efforts are insufficient.

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