OSEP Technical Assistance Center on PBIS 2019 PBIS Leadership Forum
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Session Information

Thursday, October 3rd: Morning Keynote

How Do We Support Every Student to be Successful in School?
Kent McIntosh, Co-Director, OSEP Technical Assistance Center on PBIS    


Friday, October 4th: Morning Keynote

Five Educational Justice Imperatives to Support Student Success
H. Richard Milner IV, Professor, Vanderbilt University


Friday, October 4th: Closing Session

Celebrating Two Decades of PBIS
Renee Bradley, Office of Special Education & Rehabilitation, US Department of Education 




TIPS Ed Tech: Advances in IT Applications for Team Decision-making Within Check-in/Check-out (CICO)

Erin Chaparro, University of Oregon

 

Implementing & Evaluating TIPS Efforts at a State Level: Coaching Effective Data Use

Diane LaMaster, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Jessica Daily, University of Oregon

 

Collecting, Reporting, & Using State-Level PBIS Evaluation Data

Michael Lombardo, Placer County Office of Education (CA); Barbara Kelley, CalTac PBIS (CA); Rebecca Celes Mendiola, San Diego County Office of Education (CA)

 

Assessing Social Culture in PBIS Evaluations: Including Student & Family Voice

Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut

 

Classroom Systems: Evaluating & Improving the Quality & Effectiveness of Student-Teacher Interactions

Terrance Scott, University of Louisville (KY)

 

Designing an Evaluation Plan for School Climate Transformation Grants (& Other Federal Funding Awards Focused on MTSS) Implementing PBIS

Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative

 

Evaluating the Role & Participation of Families in Schools Implementing PBIS: The Positive Family Support Screener

Sheri Luecking, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Evaluating the Implementation Fidelity & Outcomes of PBIS Adoption in High School

K. Brigid Flannery, University of Oregon

 

A Look at the Logistics of Systematic Screening: The Practicalities of Moving Forward

Kathleen Lane & Mark Matthew Buckman, University of Kansas

 

Practical Problem Solving: Drilling Down Into School Data for Improved Decision Making

Jessica Daily & Alan Cook, University of Oregon


Classroom

Intro to Classroom PBIS: Elementary Focus

Terrance Scott, University of Louisville (KY)

 

Intro to Classroom PBIS: Secondary Focus

Tim Knoster, Bloomsburg University (PA)

 

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support in the Classroom

Diane Myers, Texas Woman's University

 

Centering Equity & Reducing Student Discipline Through Culturally Responsive & Sustaining Practices

Ruthie Payno-Simmons, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative

 

Data-based Decision Making to Support Classroom Management

Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut

 

Coaching Teachers as We Support Students Receiving Support Across the Tiers

Kimberly Yanek, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

 

Supporting Teacher Use of Effective Classroom Practices in High School Settings

Barbara Mitchell, University of Missouri

 

Classroom Approaches to Build Family-School Partnerships & Enhance Student Academic Performance & Social Behavior

S. Andrew Garbacz, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Supporting Students with Disabilities in the Classroom

Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut; Bob Putnam, The May Institute (MA)

 

Creating Positive, Productive Classrooms: Coordinated Professional Learning Efforts at the District Level to Installing Low-intensity Strategies to Support Success

Kathleen Lane, University of Kansas

 

Alignment & Integration of Practices/Initiatives in the Classroom: Academic Focus

Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative

 

Supporting the Implementation of Trauma Informed Classroom Practices

Katie Pohlman, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)



Cultivating a Durable Commitment to Equity: Where Do We Start?

Kent McIntosh, University of Oregon; Therese Sandomierski, University of South Florida

 

Reducing the Effects of Implicit Bias in School Discipline

Ruthie Payno-Simmons & Beth Hill, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative

 

TBD

H. Richard Milner IV, Vanderbilt University (TN)

 

Embedding Cultural Responsiveness into Tier I PBIS

Milaney Leverson & Kent Smith, Wisconsin RtI Network; Jennifer Rose, Loyola Community & Family Service (IL)

 

Supporting Students & Families Who Are LGBTQ

Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut; Renee Bradley, US Department of Education (DC)

 

Family Focus Groups

Therese Sandomierski & Rebecca Webster, University of South Florida

 

Coaching for Equity in School Discipline

Kent McIntosh, University of Oregon

 

Increasing Equity in School Discipline for Students with Disabilities

Ambra Green, University of Texas at Arlington

 

Ensuring Equitable Student Engagement: Does Your High School Welcome All?

Patti Hershfeldt, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

 

Using Data to Assess & Monitor Progress in Disciplinary Equity

Bert Eliason, University of Oregon

 

Utilizing Instructional Alternatives to Exclusionary Discipline

Rhonda Nese, University of Oregon



PBIS in Secure Care: Considerations for Effective Long-term Sustainability - What Are We Getting Into?

Michael Turner, Texas Juvenile Justice Department (Retired)

 

Reengaging Youth from Juvenile Justice

Heather Griller Clark, Arizona State University

 

Protection Through Prevention: The Role of School Resources Officers Within a PBIS Framework

Trevor Fronius, WestEd Justice & Prevention Research Center

 

PBIS as a Foundational Framework for Implementing School Law Enforcement Programs

Brenda Scheuermann & Shawna White, Texas State University

 

Expanding the Reach of PBIS to Novel Environments

Holly Seniuk, University of Nevada Reno

 

Addressing Issues of Equity & Discipline Disproportionality in Alternative Education

Kimberly Wood, Placer County Office of Education (CA)

 

Approaches in Implementing PBIS in Juvenile Correctional Facilities

Simon Gonsoulin, American Institutes for Research (DC)

 

A District-wide Approach to Implementing Restorative Practices through a PBIS Framework

Ali Hearn, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Restorative Practices Companion Guide to the Tiered Fidelity Inventory

Jeffrey Sprague, University of Oregon; Jessica Swain-Bradway, Northwest PBIS Network (OR)



An Introduction to an Interconnected Systems Framework for Integrating PBIS & School Mental Health

Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Improving Family Engagement in an Interconnected Systems Framework

Mark Weist, University of South Carolina

 

Integrating Mental Health at the District & School Level: Steps for Installation

Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Integrating Trauma-informed Care into the PBIS Framework

Sheri Luecking, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Supporting the Evolving Role of the School-based Clinician

Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

High School Interconnected Systems Framework: Building-level Installation

Susan Barrett, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

 

Mental Health & PBIS: National Collaboration Between Technical Assistance Centers

Susan Barrett, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

 

Tier II Groups for Students with Internalizing Mental Health Needs

Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Facilitating the Installation of an Interconnected Systems Framework: Coaching District & Community Leadership Teams

Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Integrating Social Emotional Learning into the PBIS Framework

Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Situating Suicide Prevention District-wide through Community Partnerships

Tim Knoster & Danielle Empson, Bloomsburg University (PA)



School Climate Matters: Why All Schools Should be Assessing School Climate   

Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut

 

Implementing & Assessing Family-School Partnerships in PBIS

Devon Minch, University of South Florida; S. Andrew Garbacz, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Getting Started, Part 1

Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida

 

Getting Started, Part 2

Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida

 

Authentic Student Voice: Are We Hearing from ALL Students

Patti Hershfeldt, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA); Stephanie Martinez, University of South Florida

 

Training & Coaching Basics

Kelsey Morris, University of Missouri

 

Law & Policy Implications for Supporting Students with Disabilities in School-wide PBS

Mitchell Yell, University of South Carolina; Laura Kern, University of South Florida

 

Embracing the Differences in High School Start-up & Implementation

Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Building Capacity in a District Through a Trainer of Trainer Model

Brian Meyer, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

District Coaching Capacity

Barry McCurdy, Association for Positive Behavior Support (PA)

 

Starting with Freshman

K. Brigid Flannery, University of Oregon


Special Topics


School-wide PBIS Implementation in a Rural, High Poverty District

Sara McDaniel, University of Alabama

 

Strengths & Challenges in Urban PBIS Implementation

Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative

 

The Pyramid Model for Early Childhood

Lise Fox, University of South Florida

 

Making it Work: PBIS & Early Childhood

Anna Winneker, University of South Florida

 

Using PBIS to Support Students with Autism in General Education Classrooms: Strategies for Coaches

Briana Weiner, School Association for Special Education in DuPage County (IL)

 

The Role of PBIS in Addressing the Opioid Crisis

John Seeley, University of Oregon

 

Reducing Exclusionary Practices: Restraint & Seclusion

Lauren Evanovich, University of South Florida

 

Bullying Prevention in Elementary & Middle Schools: Foundations & Student Ownership

Rhonda Nese, University of Oregon

 

Creating Systems to Support Staff Impacted by Secondary Trauma

Katie Pohlman, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

Tier II Systems & Practices

Essential Features of Tier II Systems

Tim Lewis, University of Missouri

 

Identifying Students for Tier II Supports Through Data Decision Rules

Heather Hatton & Lisa Powers, University of Missouri

 

Tier II Intervention: Self-management Using a Daily Check-in/ Check-out Intervention

Kimberly Yanek, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

 

Tier II Interventions: Small Group Social Skills

Terrance Scott, University of Louisville (KY)

 

Tier II Interventions: Academic Supports in High School

Barbara Mitchell, University of Missouri

 

District-wide Tier II Systems

Kelsey Morris & Trisha Guffey, University of Missouri

 

Addressing Internalizing Concerns through Tier II Supports

Steve Kilgus & Katie Eklund, University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Building Tier II Coaching Capacity

Danielle Starkey, Heart of Missouri Regional Professional Development Center; Nanci Johnson, Missouri School-wide Positive Behavior Support

 

Supporting At-risk Students Through Accommodations in High School Classrooms

Reesha Adamson, Missouri State University; Talida State, Montclair State University (NJ)

 

The Power of Progress Monitoring for Students Receiving Tier II Supports

Cat Raulerson, University of South Florida

 

Intensifying Behavioral Supports within the Classroom Using the CW-FIT Intervention

Howard Wills, University of Kansas


Including Families in Tier II Interventions

S. Andrew Garbacz, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Tier III Systems & Practices


What is Tier III? What is it Not?

Don Kincaid, University of South Florida

 

Tier III Readiness & Installation: Considerations for Sustainable Implementation

Ali Hearn, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

RENEW for High Schools: Data, Systems, Practices

Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

The Prevent-Teach-Reinforce FBA-BIP Model for Middle & High School Students

Rose Iovannone, University of South Florida

 

Tier III Progress Monitoring: How Individualized Supports Can be Monitored Systematically, Efficiently, & Individually

Katie Conley & Angus Kittleman, University of Oregon; Therese Sandomierski, University of South Florida; Bob Putnam, The May Institute (MA)

 

Basic FBA to BSP: Building School Capacity to Implement Function-based Support

Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Texas Christian University; Sheldon Loman, Portland State University (OR)

 

Systems, Structures, & Coaching Practices to Ensure Effective, Feasible, & Sustainable Function-based Supports in Schools

Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Texas Christian University; Sheldon Loman, Portland State University (OR)

 

Person-centered Planning for Better Tier III Outcomes

Don Kincaid, University of South Florida

 

Tier III Supports & Students with Disabilities: Practice & Policy Recommendations

Tim Lewis, University of Missouri

 


School Climate & Every Student Succeeds Act

Discussion Leader(s): Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut

 

Identifying & Problem Solving Common Challenges to Bullying Prevention Implementation

Discussion Leader(s): Rhonda Nese, University of Oregon

 

Q&A on Classroom PBIS

Discussion Leader(s): Diane LaMaster, Midwest PBIS Network (IL), & Kim Yanek, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

 

PBIS in Early Childhood Classroom

Discussion Leader(s): Lise Fox & Anna Winneker, University of South Florida

 

Embedding Culturally Responsive Practices in Tier 1

Discussion Leader(s): Milaney Leverson & Kent Smith, Wisconsin RtI Network; Jennifer Rose, Loyola Community & Family Service (IL)

 

Evaluating PBIS Implementation: State, District, School

Discussion Leader(s): Justyn Poulos, Wisconsin PBIS Network

 

Strengthening Family-School-Community Connections in PBIS to Improve Valued Outcomes

Discussion Leader(s): Mark Weist, University of South Carolina; S. Andrew Garbacz, University of Wisconsin-Madison; & Devon Minch, University of South Florida

 

High School Networking Opportunity

Discussion Leader(s): Patti Hershfeldt, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA), & Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut

 

A Dialogue & Networking Session on Integrating Mental Health & PBIS

Discussion Leader(s): Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network (IL), & Susan Barrett, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

 

PBIS in Secure Care: Planning for Long-Term Implementation

Discussion Leader(s): Brenda Scheuermann, Texas State University

 

Using the PBIS Framework to Address the Opioid Crisis in Schools

Discussion Leader(s): John Seeley, University of Oregon

 

Restorative Practices in School-wide PBIS

Discussion Leader(s): Jeffrey Sprague, University of Oregon

 

PBIS in Rural America: Addressing Barriers and Building on Strengths

Discussion Leader(s): Sara McDaniel, University of Alabama

 

Community of Practice: Restraint & Seclusion

Discussion Leader(s): Lauren Evanovich, University of South Florida

 

IDEA & Students with Disabilities

Discussion Leader(s): Mitchell Yell, University of South Carolina; Laura Kern, University of South Florida

 

Tier II Data, Systems, and Practices

Discussion Leader(s): Heather Hatton & Trisha Guffey, University of Missouri

 

Tier III: Data, Systems, & Practices

Discussion Leader(s): Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Texas Christian University, & Ali Hearn, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

 

Universal Screening - Systematic Screening to Shape Instruction: Lessons Learned & Practicalities

Discussion Leader(s): Kathleen Lane, University of Kansas, & Lisa Powers, University of Missouri

 

Supporting Effective implementation of PBIS in Urban Settings

Discussion Leader(s): Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative, & Jon Jagemann, Milwaukee Public Schools


Strand Introduction videos:
Applied Evaluation 

Classroom 
(coming soon)

Equity

Family Engagement

High School
(coming soon)

Juvenile Justice

Mental Health Integration

PBIS Foundations

Tier II Systems & Practices

Tier III Systems & Practices