SI 2016: Breakout Session #4

Session 4A

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Talking to Adults About PBIS: Using Logic to Facilitate Fidelity and Sustainability

Dr. Terry Scott, Professor and Distinguished University Scholar, College of Education and Human Development, University of Louisville

Tier 1 – Application

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Review logic models and examples that simplify SW-PBS and increase the probability of adult buy-in. Topics include SW-PBS as a schoolwide model, the logic of proactive intervention and simplified teaming processes.

Session 4B

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Implementing an Elementary Classroom-Based Intervention Within Schoolwide PBS: The CW-FIT Program

Repeat of Session 2A.

Tier 2 – Application

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Session 4C

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Becoming a Trauma-Informed School

Repeat of Session 3B.

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Foundation

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Session 4D

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Effective Classroom Management

Dr. Kelsey Morris, Assistant Teaching Professor, MU Teaching Fellowship Program Coordinator, University of Missouri

Tier 1 – Application

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Learn about successful classroom management utilizing the MO SW-PBS effective classroom practices. Effective classroom managers are known not only by what they do when misbehavior occurs, but also by what they do to prevent problems from occurring in the first place.

Session 4E

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Beyond Admiring the Problem – Using Big 5 Data to Create a Solution Plan

Tier 1 – Application

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Explore the process of drilling down office discipline referral data in the Big 5 Report to help Tier 1 SW-PBS teams create an implementation solution plan. The solution plan includes strategies to prevent problems from occurring, teach and recognize students using desired behavior and correct students when they make learning errors.

Session 4F

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Creating a Sense of Cultural Relevance (Part 1)

Bertha Richardson, PLC Consultant, and Brandi Genenbacher, Regional SW-PBS Consultant, Education Plus

Tiers 1, 2, 3 – Application

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Classrooms with culturally responsive teaching foster academically enriching environments where each student has opportunities to learn and thrive. View cultural proficiency through the lens of culture, cultural identity and culturally responsive instructional approaches that impact learning and teaching. Through a series of interactive and introspective activities, explore the intersection of strong, positive relationships, culturally relevant learning experiences and a focus on learning in enriching environments for culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms.

Session 4G

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Teaching Social Skills through Service Learning

Dr. Trisha Guffey, Research Associate, University of Missouri

Tiers 1, 2 – Application

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Some say that social skills intervention groups (SSIG) are one of the most challenging interventions. Discover how one team adapted the interventions which resulted in students regularly attending and actively participating as well as improved behavior.

Session 4H

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Multi-Tiered System of Support for Early Childhood

Jen Meyer, Director, and Brandi Slaughter, School-Based Social Worker, Early Childhood Learning Center, Kirksville R-III School District; Susanna Hill, Tier 2/3 Consultant,
MO SW-PBS

Tiers 1, 2 – Application

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Discover how to move from Tier I to Tier II for all early childhood domains, after ensuring that universal practices are in place, using the classroom Essential Eights, research-based interventions and data-teaming practices.

Session 4I

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Tier 2: A “Successful” Intervention

Bob Matthews, Assistant Principal, and Michelle Armstrong, Paraprofessional, Lebanon High School, Lebanon R-III School District; Jo Ann Anderson, Tier 2/3 Consultant, MO SW-PBS

Tier 2 – Application

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The Jacket Success Center (JSC) is designed to help meet the academic needs of the students, especially those students who struggle in school. At the JSC, students can get caught up on missing assignments/projects/schoolwork; take or make up a test; receive tutoring from peers (A+ tutors); gain academic and organizational skills; work in a calm, quiet and inviting environment; do computer work/research or listen to audio books; receive credit recovery through the Odyssey computer program; and receive other academic assistance as determined by the classroom teacher.

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Session 4J

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Check-In, Check-Out: Systems, Data and Practices for Successful Implementation

Jessica Engler, Counselor, Williamsburg Elementary School, North Callaway R-1 School District; Diane Feeley, Tier 2/3 Consultant,
MO SW-PBS

Tier 2 – Application

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Check-in, Check-out (CICO) is an evidenced-based Tier 2 intervention that, when implemented with fidelity, is typically effective with 60-75 percent of at-risk students. Explore the systems, data and practices that will lead to successful implementation.