Registration & Session Information are Now Available!

posted by Cheryle Kennelly   [ updated ]

Join us for three days of engaging sessions!

Sessions are organized into blocks of single-topic breakout sessions and topic-specific strands and will provide guidance and tools for strengthening prevention-based systems that support the social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students to ensure engagement in learning. The voices and experiences of youth, teachers, and other educational leaders will be featured.

Before you register...

  • Review the Session information on our Detailed Agenda.
  • Note your preferences to have available as you register

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There is a $50.00 per person registration fee to participate in this event. For more information, visit the Registration page.
 
Register by October 16th!



Poster Session Information & Call for Poster Presentations

posted Apr 8, 2021, 11:58 AM by Jennifer Norton

Submissions for Virtual Poster Presentations Now Being Accepted

Share Your School-wide PBIS Experiences at the Virtual PBIS Leadership Forum!! 


Submission Deadline: June 15, 2021

We are inviting submissions from PBIS Implementers and their partners to share their research and/or best practices through an informative and engaging visual Poster Presentation at the Virtual PBIS Leadership Forum. Our Virtual Poster Session will be held from 5:15 pm to 6:30 pm Central Time Zone on Tuesday, October 26th, 2021.

Poster presentations provide a fun and informal opportunity to share detailed examples of what you have done and learned while implementing PBIS in your state/district, and generate one-to-one discussion about how PBIS is working to create positive school cultures. Poster presentations may address a range of topics along the School-wide PBIS continuum, illustrating Universal, Tier 2 and Tier 3 systems, data, and practices, including outcomes, variations, experiences, and successes/challenges.


Poster Session

The Virtual PBIS Leadership Forum Program Plan is Now Available!

posted Apr 5, 2021, 11:15 AM by Cheryle Kennelly


The Virtual PBIS Leadership Forum is a technical assistance activity of the Center on PBIS and provides an opportunity for the Center to share information on the latest applications of PBIS.
Sessions are organized into blocks of single-topic breakout sessions and topic-specific strands and will provide guidance and tools for strengthening prevention-based systems that support the social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students to ensure engagement in learning. The voices and experiences of youth, teachers, and other educational leaders will be featured in presentations and pre-recorded clips throughout this year’s Virtual PBIS Leadership Forum.  Opportunities for dialogue and sharing with other implementers are also provided. 

3 Days – 14 Sessions – 10 Strands

posted Mar 17, 2021, 10:27 AM by Cheryle Kennelly   [ updated Mar 17, 2021, 10:29 AM ]

Creating a Context for Every Student & Educator to be Successful

Participate in breakout sessions highlighting single topics on Day 1 and three-session topic-specific strand with more intensive technical assistance on Days 2 & 3. The voices and experiences of youth, teachers, and other educational leaders will be featured throughout the Virtual PBIS Leadership Forum in presentations and pre-recorded clips.
  • To help ensure participants from each time zone can join live, each day’s schedule will begin at 11:00 am CT (Central Time) with 30-minute breaks interspersed throughout. 

  •  Opportunities for dialogue and sharing with other implementers will be offered at 5:15 pm CT on Days 1 & 2.
 
 

 Visit the At-a-Glance page of our event website for our schedule, draft session and strand topics.

Save the Date: October 26-28, 2021

posted Feb 16, 2021, 9:46 AM by Cheryle Kennelly


Mark your calendar now - 
  
You won't want to miss the 2021 Virtual PBIS Leadership Forum! 

This three-day virtual forum is designed to support state, regional, and local educational leaders, together with community and family partners, to increase the effectiveness of school environments through PBIS. Sessions and topic-specific strands will provide guidance and tools for strengthening prevention-based systems that support the social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students to ensure engagement in learning. The voices and experiences of youth, teachers, and other educational leaders will be featured throughout the Forum.

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