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2017 National PBIS Leadership Forum
 September 28-29, 2017

 

 

  This two-day forum for
  school, state, district and  
  regional Leadership Teams
  and other professionals has
  been designed to help
  increase the effectiveness
  of PBIS implementation. 





Overview

Sessions are organized by strands that support initial through advanced implementation in elementary, middle, and high schools as well as juvenile justice and mental health facilities. 
  • PBIS Foundations
  • Classroom
  • Tier II Systems & Practices
  • Tier III Systems & Practices
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Mental Health Integration
  • Equity
  • Applied Evaluation
  • Special Topics
Leadership teams early in the process of PBIS implementation will gain information about initiating implementation and obtain examples of successful early development. 

State and District leadership teams moving toward larger scale implementation will have access to strategies and examples of successful scaling of  PBIS including integration of academic and behavioral components of RtI. 

Leadership teams focused on advanced issues around evaluation, secondary and tertiary content, and coordination of coaching cadres will gain access to examples and strategies that are moving PBIS forward.

Participants will come away from the forum with the knowledge on how to develop/obtain advanced training on a range of topics and how to best organize and deliver training for their schools, districts, and other stakeholders. All sessions will focus on fidelity and implementation and include data and implementation examples.



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Location

Hilton Chicago
720 S. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60605





Questions?

Contact support@midwestpbis.org



Who Should Attend


This forum is organized for school, state, district, or regional leadership teams adopting and implementing school-wide PBIS. Participants may include leadership team members, implementation coaches and coordinators, district- and school-based behavior specialists (e.g., school counselors, school psychologists, special educators, coaches), PBIS trainers, program evaluators, school and district administrators, and district and state policy makers and leaders. Participants should register as a team. 


Sponsored by

the OSEP Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports with support from the Midwest PBIS Network.