OSEP Technical Assistance Center on PBIS 2019 PBIS Leadership Forum
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Sessions by Strand

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A1 - Evaluating the Implementation Fidelity & Outcomes of PBIS Adoption in High School
K. Brigid Flannery & Mimi McGrath Kato, University of Oregon

A2 - Practical Problem Solving: Drilling Down Into School Data for Improved Decision Making
Jessica Daily & Alan Cook, University of Oregon; Jennifer Rollenhagen, West Shore Educational Service District (MI)

B1 - A Look at the Logistics of Systematic Screening: The Practicalities of Moving Forward
Kathleen Lynne Lane & Mark Matthew Buckman, University of Kansas; Darcy Kraus, Lawrence Public Schools (KS)

B2 - 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

C1 - Collecting, Reporting, & Using State-level PBIS Evaluation Data
Michael Lombardo, California PBIS Coalition; Barbara Kelley, CalTac PBIS (CA); Rebecca Celes Mendiola, San Diego County Office of Education (CA)

C2 - TIPS Ed Tech: Advances in Online Applications for Team Decision-making Within Check-in/Check-out
Erin Chaparro & Rhonda Nese, University of Oregon

D1 - Evaluating the Role & Participation of Families in Schools Implementing PBIS: The Positive Family Support Screener
Sheri Luecking, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Amy Sanders & Lesa Patton, Marion Unit 2 School District (IL)

D2 - Classroom Systems: Evaluating & Improving the Quality & Effectiveness of Student-Teacher Interactions
Terrance Scott, University of Louisville (KY); Erica McClure, Jefferson County Public Schools (KY)

E1 - Teaming with TIPS for Effective & Efficient Decision-Making
Diane LaMaster, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Jessica Daily, University of Oregon

E2 - Assessing School Climate & Culture in PBIS Evaluations: Including Student & Family Voice
Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut


Classroom


A3 - Intro to Classroom PBIS: Elementary Focus
Terrance Scott, University of Louisville (KY); Adam Thomas, Jefferson County Public Schools (KY)

A4 - Classroom Approaches to Build Family-School Partnerships & Enhance Student Academic Performance & Social Behavior: Using Academic Parent Teacher Teams
S. Andrew Garbacz, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Carrie Sabel & Katie Tegge, Butte De Morts Elementary School (WI)

B3 - Intro to Classroom PBIS: Secondary Focus
Tim Knoster, Bloomsburg University (PA)

B4 - Centering Equity & Reducing Student Discipline through Culturally Responsive & Sustaining Practices
Ruthie Payno-SImmons, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative

C3 - Implementing PBIS to Support Students with Disabilities in the Classroom
Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut; Bob Putnam, The May Institute (MA), Dale Young, Spectrum Schools (CA)

C4 - Data-based Decision Making to Support Classroom Management
Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut; Margo Ferrick & Jennifer Bouckaert, Southbridge Public Schools (MA)

D3 - Multi-tiered Systems of Support in the Classroom
Diane Myers, Texas Woman's University

D4 - Supporting Teacher Use of Effective Classroom Practices in a High School Setting
Barbara Mitchell, University of Missouri; Sharonne Telfer, Rypple (AUS); Renay Down & Michael Gray, Busselton Senior High School (AUS)

E3 - Creating Positive, Productive Classrooms: Coordinated Professional Learning Efforts at the District Level to Installing Low-intensity Strategies to Support Success
Kathleen Lynne Lane & Mark Matthew Buckman, University of Kansas; Heather Burris & Therese Brink Edgecomb, Auburn-Washburn Unified School District #437 (KS)

E4 - Alignment & Integration of Practices/Initiatives in the Classroom: Academic Focus
Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative; Nancy Nelson & Scott Baker, University of Oregon

E5 - Supporting the Implementation of Trauma Informed Classroom Practices
Katie Pohlman & Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Lisette Spraggins and Huda "Shay" Shakih, Region 4 Education Service Center (TX)

E6 - Coaching Teachers as We Support Students Receiving Support Across the Tiers
Kimberly Yanek, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA); Dayla Brown and Laura McMahon, Virginia Beach City Public Schools

 

A5 - Cultivating a Durable Commitment to Equity: Where Do We Start?
Kent McIntosh & Eoin Bastable, University of Oregon; Therese Sandomierski, University of South Florida; Rosalind Hall, Levy County District Schools (FL)

A6 - Ensuring Equitable Student Engagement: Does Your High School Welcome All?
Patti Hershfeldt, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

B5 - Using Data to Assess & Monitor Progress in Disciplinary Equity
Bert Eliason, University of Oregon

B6 - Changing the Narrative: Engaging Black Families & Students to Address Disproportionate Disciplinary Outcomes
Rebecca Webster & Therese Sandomierski, University of South Florida; Mike Lastra, Hernando County Schools (FL)

C5 - Centering Equity to Reduce the Impact of Implicit Bias in School Discipline
Ruthie Payno-SImmons & Beth Hill, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative

C6 - Increasing Equity in School Discipline for Students with Disabilities
Ambra L. Green, University of Texas at Arlington

D5 - "These Kids are out of Control," & They Should Be: Five Justice-Centered Imperatives
H. Richard Milner IV, Vanderbilt University

D6 - Beginning to Embed Culturally Responsive Practices into Your School Universal Practices
Milaney Leverson & Kent Smith, Wisconsin RtI Network; Jennifer Rose, Loyola University (IL)

E7 - Utilizing Instructional Alternatives to Exclusionary Discipline
Rhonda Nese & Danielle Triplett, University of Oregon; Ambra Green, University of Texas, Arlington

E8 - Supporting Students & Families Who Are LGBTQ
Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut; Renee Bradley, US Department of Education (DC); Sydney Bradley-Black, Stonewall Jackson High School (VA); Arika Freeman-Gritter, Brookline High School (MA)

E9 - Coaching for Equity in School Discipline
Kent McIntosh, University of Oregon; Sara McDaniel, University of Alabama; Ruthie Payno-Simmons, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative; Sandra Hardee, Johns Hopkins University, (MD)


A7 - Reengaging Youth from Juvenile Justice
Heather Griller Clark and Sarup Mathur, Arizona State University

A8 - Extending the Reach of PBIS to Novel Environments
Holly Seniuk, University of Nevada Reno; Brenda Scheuermann, Texas State University; Shiralee Poad, University of Melbourne (AUS)

B7 - Restorative Practices Companion Guide to the Tiered Fidelity Inventory
Jeffrey Sprague, University of Oregon; Jessica Swain-Bradway, Northwest PBIS Network (OR)

B8 - PBIS in Secure Care: Considerations for Effective Long-term Sustainability - What Are We Getting Into?
Michael Turner, Texas State University

C7 - Approaches in Implementing PBIS in Juvenile Correctional Facilities
Simon Gonsoulin, American Institutes for Research; Michael Turner, Texas Juvenile Justice Department; Kim Wood, Placer County Office of Education (CA)

C8 - PBIS as a Foundational Framework for Implementing School Law Enforcement Programs
Brenda Scheuermann, Texas State University

D7 - Addressing Issues of Equity & Discipline Disproportionality in Alternative Education
Kim Wood & Susan J. Connolly, Placer County Office of Education (CA)

D8 - Protection Through Prevention: The Role of School Resources Officers Within a PBIS Framework
Trevor Fronius, WestEd Justice & Prevention Research Center (CA); Brenda Scheuermann, Texas State University

E10 - A District-wide Approach to Implementing Restorative Practices through a PBIS Framework
Ali Hearn, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Ryan Wollberg & Lisa West, Woodland School District 50 (IL)


A9 - Supporting the Evolving Role of the School-based Clinician
Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Michael Kelly, Loyola University (IL)

A10 - An Introduction to an Interconnected Systems Framework for Integrating PBIS & School Mental Health
Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network (IL)

B9 - Tier II Groups for Students with Internalizing Mental Health Needs
Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Barry McCurdy, Devereux Center for Effective Schools (PA); Jennifer Mautone, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

B10 - Integrating Trauma-informed Care into the PBIS Framework
Sheri Luecking, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Joseph Fantigrossi, Wayne County Consortium (NY)

C9 - Integrating Mental Health at the District & School Level: Steps for Installation
Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Jamie Ganske, Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District (WI)

C10 - Building a Culture of Wellness in High Schools
Susan Barrett & Patti Hershfeldt, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

D9 - Installing Suicide Prevention District-wide through Community Partnerships 
Tim Knoster & Danielle Empson, Bloomsburg University (PA); Joanne Troutman, Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way (PA)

D10 - Mental Health & PBIS: National Collaboration Between Technical Assistance Centers
Susan Barrett, Center for Social Behavior Supports at Old Dominion University (VA); Kelcey Schmitz, SMART Center (WA)

D11 - Facilitating the Installation of an Interconnected Systems Framework: Coaching District & Community Leadership Teams
Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Katy Lee & Tammy McSweeney, Grant Wood Area Education Agency (IA)

E11 - Integrating Social Emotional Learning into the PBIS Framework
Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Jessica Aquilina, Forest City Regional School District (PA)

E12 - Improving Family Engagement in an Interconnected Systems Framework
Mark Weist, University of South Carolina; Megan Bocchino, Charleston County School District (SC); Dama Abshier, Marion County Public Schools (IL)



A11 - Getting Started with School-wide PBIS, Part 1 
Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida 

A12 - Building Capacity in a District Through a Trainer of Trainer Model 
Brian Meyer, Midwest PBIS Network; Waterloo Central School District PBIS Team (NY) 

B11 - Starting with Freshman 
Mimi McGrath Kato & K. Brigid Flannery, University of Oregon; Dean Nourse, Cienega High School (AZ) 

B12 - Getting Started with School-wide PBIS, Part 2 
Heather Peshak George, University of South Florida 

B13 - Law & Policy Implications for Supporting Students with Disabilities in School-wide PBS 
Mitchell Yell, University of South Carolina; Laura Kern, University of South Florida 

C11 - School Climate Matters: Why All Schools Should be Assessing School Climate 
Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut 

C12 - Implementing & Assessing Family-School Partnerships in PBIS 
Devon Minch, University of South Florida; S. Andrew Garbacz, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Mark Weist, University of South Carolina 

D12 - Embracing the Differences in High School Start-up & Implementation 
Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Tyler Alexander, Kettering City School District (OH) 

D13 - District Coaching Capacity 
Barry McCurdy & Laura Rutherford, Devereux Center for Effective Schools (PA); Jody Greenblatt & Erika McDowell, School District of Philadelphia (PA) 

E13 - 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 

E14 - Training & Coaching Basics 
Kelsey Morris, University of Missouri


Roundtable/Dialogue/Q & A Sessions


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): Anna Winneker, University of South Florida

 

Embedding Culturally Responsive Practices in Tier I

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


A13 - School-wide PBIS Implementation in Rural, High Poverty Communities
Sara McDaniel & DeAna Byrd, University of Alabama

A14 - Making it Work: PBIS & Early Childhood
Anna Winneker, University of South Florida; Rebecca Herrara, Menchaca Early Childhood Center (TX)

B14 - Bullying Prevention in Elementary & Middle Schools: Foundations & Student Ownership
Rhonda Nese, University of Oregon; Julie Augustyn & Melissa De La Paz, Community Consolidated School District 93 (IL)

B15 - Reducing Exclusionary Practices: Restraint & Seclusion
Lauren Evanovich & Stephanie Martinez, University of South Florida; Jayson Lobley, Brevard County Public Schools (FL)

B16 - Using PBIS & Other Evidence-based Practices to Support Students with Autism: Strategies for Coaches
Briana Weiner, School Association for Special Education in DuPage County (IL); Bob Putnam, May Institute (MA)

C13 - Strengths & Challenges in Urban PBIS Implementation
Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavior & Learning Support Initiative; Jon Jagemann, Milwaukee Public Schools

C14 - Creating Systems to Support Staff Impacted by Secondary Trauma
Katie Pohlman, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Angela Williams, Green Hills Area Education Agency (IA); Ashley Denton, Missouri Valley Community Schools (IA)

D14 - The Role of PBIS in Addressing the Opioid Crisis
John Seeley & Sean Austin, University of Oregon; McKenzie Harrington-Bacote, Laconia School District (NH)

E15 - Bringing PBIS to the Preschool Classroom: Preventing Challenging Behavior; Promoting Social & Emotional Competence
Anna Winneker, University of South Florida
A15 - HomeWork Lunch: An Intervention to Support Students Academically & Behaviorally
Barbara Mitchell, University of Missouri & Dainon Couzic, Busselton Senior High School (AUS)

A16 - Building Tier II Coaching Capacity
Danielle Starkey, Missouri Center for School-wide Positive Behavior Support & Nanci Johnson, Missouri School-wide Positive Behavior Support

A17 - District-wide Tier II Systems
Kelsey Morris & Trisha Guffey, University of Missouri

B17 - Essential Features of Tier II Systems
Tim Lewis & Barbara Mitchell, University of Missouri

B18 - Supporting At-risk Students Through Accommodations in High School Classrooms
Reesha Adamson, Missouri State University; Talida State, Montclair State University (NJ); Felicity Post, Peru State College (NE)

C15 - Tier II Interventions: Small Group Social Skills
Terrance Scott, University of Louisville (KY)

D15 - Tier II Intervention: Using a Data-Informed Decision Making Process to Guide the Use of Self Management Practices Across Tier II Supports
Kimberly Yanek, Center for Social Behavioral Supports at Old Dominion University (VA)

D16 - The Power of Progress Monitoring for Students Receiving Tier II Supports
Cat Raulerson & Rebecca Webster, University of South Florida; Mike Lastra, Hernando County Schools (FL)

D17 - Family-Centered Support in Tier II Intervention
S. Andrew Garbacz, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kevin Moore, University of Oregon

D18 - Identifying Students for Tier II Supports Through Data Decision Rules
Lisa Powers & Heather Hatton, University of Missouri

E16 - Intensifying Behavioral Supports within the Classroom Using the CW-FIT Intervention
Howard Wills, University of Kansas; Lisa Friesen, Mary Jordan, & Amy Casey, North Kansas City School District (MO)

E17 - Addressing Internalizing Concerns through Tier II Supports
Stephen Kilgus & Katie Eklund, University of Wisconsin-Madison


A18 - What is Tier III? What is it Not?
Don Kincaid, University of South Florida

A19 - Basic FBA to BSP: Building School Capacity to Implement Function-based Support
Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Texas Christian University; Sheldon Loman, Portland State University (OR)

B19 - Person-centered Planning for Better Tier III Outcomes
Don Kincaid & Karen Elfner, University of South Florida; Melissa Hall, Marana Unified School District (AZ)

C16 - RENEW a Tier III Intervention for High Schools: Data, Systems, Practices
Ami Flammini, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Joanne Malloy, University of New Hampshire

C17 - 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)

C18 - Tier III Readiness: Considerations for Sustainable Implementation
Ali Hearn, Midwest PBIS Network (IL); Crysta Morrissey & Julie Augustyn, Community Consolidated School District 93 (IL)

D19 - Tier III Progress Monitoring: How Individualized Supports Can be Monitored Systematically, Efficiently, & Individually
Robert Putnam, May Institute (MA); Katie Conley & Angus Kittleman, University of Oregon; Therese Sandomierski, University of South Florida

E18 - The Prevent-Teach-Reinforce FBA-BIP Model for Middle & High School Students
Rose Iovannone, University of South Florida

E19 - Tier III Supports & Students with Disabilities: Practice & Policy Recommendations
Tim Lewis, University of Missouri