SI 2017: Breakout Session #7

Session 7A

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Bridging the Gaps Through Transformational Leadership (Administrator Breakfast Keynote, invitation only)

Presenter:
Beth Houf, 2016 Missouri National Distinguished Principal

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Successful implementation of SW-PBS hinges on effective school-leadership practices. Join Beth Houf in a high energy presentation as she shares tips, tricks, roadblocks and lessons learned from her time leading SW-PBS at both the elementary and secondary levels.

Session 7B

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Keeping It Together: Tier 3 Folders

Presenter:
Deanna Maynard, MO SW-PBS Statewide Coach, MU

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Providing intensive support for a student results in a lot of documentation! Assessments, plans, progress monitoring charts, communication, fidelity measures and more need to be managed by the Tier 3 action team to ensure efficient, effective use of meeting time and high-quality support for the student. Learn how to organize Tier 3 documentation using the Tier 3 Student File Checklist to keep all information up to date, as well as a fidelity measure to ensure the Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) your team develops is implemented as intended.

Session 7C

Title

Moving Past the Clip Chart

Presenter:
Danielle Starkey, Research Associate, MU Center for MO SW-PBS

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Explore the use of evidence-based practices in place of the popular elementary school clip-chart approach. Learn how to provide effective feedback for appropriate and inappropriate behavior that results in lasting behavior change.

Session 7D

Title

We’re Screening, Now What?

Presenter:
Daniel Rector, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Hook Center

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With universal screening becoming more prominent, school-based teams have access to huge amounts of data. However, how is your school using your universal screening data? This session will provide a brief overview of universal screening tools with a focus on how these tools can identify students for Tier 2+ interventions as well as implications for schoolwide practices.

Session 7E

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Intensifying the Effective Classroom Practices for
Middle and Secondary Grades

Presenters:
Renée Black, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Kansas City RPDC; Kelly Nash, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Kansas City RPDC

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Students in the middle and upper grades have unique needs and respond in different ways to instruction and classroom management, especially when they need a bit more than our Tier 1 best practices. Join us as we look at the Effective Classroom Practices, rooted in classroom management and instruction/engagement, through the lens of the middle and secondary levels. See how these practices can be intensified for students needing the additional support that comes at Tier 2.

Session 7F

Title

Incorporating Digital Citizenship into SW-PBS

Presenters:
Christina O’Neill, Special Education Teacher and Tier 3 Coach, Mathews Elementary School, Nixa Public Schools;
Jordan Politte, Special Education, Mathews Elementary School, Nixa Public Schools

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Learn more about how your students can become safe digital citizens using SW-PBS and technology. Teach procedures and practices that will create safe, respectful and responsible kids in the digital world!

Session 7G

Title

Leading as a Human: Make Verbal and Tangible
Positive Reinforcement Meaningful

Presenters:
Thomas Powell, Teacher, North Central Regional School, Moberly School District;
Debbie Young, Teacher, North Central Regional School, Moberly School District;
Christie Lewis, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Hook Center

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Make recognition meaningful to high school students by building community, providing an encouraging climate and finding their currency.

Session 7H

Title

The Yellow Jacket Journey to Staff Engagement

Presenters:
Amanda Goodwin, Teacher and Building SW-PBS Coach, Lebanon High School, Lebanon R-III School District;
Bob Mathews, Assistant Principal, Lebanon High School, Lebanon R-III School District;
Jeanie Carey, MO SWPBS Consultant, South Central RPDC

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Before SW-PBS could be used in its entirety, we needed to educate and train the staff and faculty. Without their involvement for implementation, the responsibility would have fallen on the shoulders of a few, and that would have made SW-PBS unsustainable.

Session 7I

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Keeping SW-PBS a Priority in Our School Culture

Presenters:
Miranda White, Instructional Coach and PBS Coach, LaMonte Elementary, LaMonte R-IV;
Jennifer Corson, Principal, LaMonte Elementary, LaMonte R-IV;
Will McDowell, MO SW-PBS Consultant, Central RPDC

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LaMonte Elementary staff members will share with you the resources and ideas they’ve used to keep their SW-PBS program fresh and at the forefront of school culture on a daily basis. Their outstanding implementation of SW-PBS is driven by the staff’s overwhelmingly positive attitudes! They lead with kindness and solutions on a daily basis.