EXTENDED through June 30, 2023! Call for Poster Presenters & Volunteers
Be a Poster Presenter! Find all Poster Presenter Proposal Information here: https://www.pbisforum.org/poster-session/call-for-posters
Volunteer with us! Find all Volunteer Information here: https://www.pbisforum.org/volunteering
Today - Complete details, including an overview of the event, agenda at-a-glance, hotel and transportation information, registration fee information, and session, strand, and presenter details, are available on our website at www.pbisforum.org.
May 9, 2023 - Registration Opens & Expanded Session Details Available! - Before registering, check out our newly published expanded session details which include descriptions and learning objectives. Make note of the sessions you want to attend - you will be asked to make your session selections at the time of registration.
May 19, 2023 - Volunteer Applications Due - Volunteering is a great way to become more involved in this exciting event - and, as a sign of our appreciation, we'll waive your registration fee (a $375 value!). Apply today at https://www.pbisforum.org/volunteering.
May 26, 2023 - Poster Presentation Proposals Due - Poster presentations are a great way to share what you have done and learned in your district/state. Interested poster presenters can download the requirements and submit a poster proposal at https://www.pbisforum.org/poster-session/call-for-posters.
June 30, 2023 - TFI 3.0 Validation Study Incentive Drawing Closes - If your school is implementing PBIS, consider supporting the validation of the newly revised Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) 3.0. Participating schools can enter a drawing for one discounted registration (a $190 savings!) to the 2023 National PBIS Leadership Forum. Up to 250 winners will be randomly selected. For all information, visit https://nepbis.org/tfi-3-0-validation-study/ .
October 6, 2023 - Registration Deadline - It seems like a long time away, but it will be here before you know it!
October 13, 2023 - Cancellation Deadline - We know you don't want to miss the PBIS Leadership Forum but understand that unexpected things can come up. If you need to cancel your registration, you must do so by this date to avoid paying the full registration fee.
This two-day event is designed to support state, regional, and local educational leaders, together with community and family partners, to increase the effectiveness of school environments through the evidence based PBIS framework.
Single-topic breakout 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. Sessions will be relevant for a variety of experience levels, including participants who are new to PBIS and those who have advanced knowledge, as well as different audiences (i.e., coaches, school-based leadership, state/district-based leadership, evaluators/researchers, etc.). Click here for more information.
Facilitated Discussion Sessions
Thursday, October 26th (Day 1) from 4:00pm to 5:15pm CT
These interactive sessions provide an opportunity for continuing conversations on specific PBIS topics. Participants are encouraged to come prepared with questions to actively engage in the dialogue.
Poster & Networking Session
Thursday, October 26th (Day 1) from 5:30pm to 7:00pm CT
Poster presentations provide a fun and informal opportunity for implementers and their partners to share details and lessons learned while implementing PBIS in their school, district, or state and generates interactive discussion on creating positive school cultures. Poster presentations may address a range of topics along the school-wide PBIS continuum. Click here for more information.
Program Plan Now Available!
The National 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. Single-topic breakout 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. Opportunities for dialogue and sharing with other implementers will be provided.
CLICK HERE to view/download the PBIS Leadership Forum Program Plan.
Call for Poster Presentations
We are inviting submissions from PBIS Implementers and their partners to share their research and/or best practices through an informative and engaging Poster Presentation at the October 2023 National PBIS Leadership Forum. Be a Poster Presenter and Receive Discounted Registration!
Find all information about Poster proposals HERE.
Call for Volunteers
The 2023 National PBIS Leadership Forum has a limited number of on-site volunteer opportunities. Volunteering is a great way to become more involved in this exciting event - and, as a sign of our appreciation, we'll waive your registration fee (a $375 value)!
Find all information about volunteering HERE.
TFI3.0 Validation Study Is Now Open!
Participate, and Enter a Drawing for Discounted Registration to the 2023 National PBIS Leadership Forum
The Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) 3.0 Validation Study is Now Open!
The updated TFI centers equity, and includes the integration of mental health and classroom practices. If your school is implementing PBIS please help us validate this new tool! Once complete, you will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a discounted registration to this year's event. Up to 250 schools will be randomly selected to receive one (1) discounted registration.
Find information and participation details at nepbis.org or https://nepbis.org/tfi-3-0-validation-study/.
Save the Date: October 26-27, 2023
Mark you calendars now - the 2023 PBIS Leadership Forum will be held October 26-27, 2023 at the Hilton Chicago.
This two-day forum is designed to support school, 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.