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The Benchmarks of Quality identify strategies for teaching and acknowledging the program-wide expectations as a critical element for PBIS implementation. The development of a comprehensive approach for accomplishing this requires intentional planning, preparation, and strategies for engaging all staff. Participants will learn about the successes and challenges of a program-wide “roll-out” plan that includes infants through kindergarten age children, families, and all program staff (yes that means food service and support staff, too!).


Training: 2018 PA PBS Implementers Forum
Presenter: Bennett Family Center
Date: 05/22/2018

Topic: Behavior

We had questions…What do we do with our screening data? What evidence based programs should we use? Who can help us implement these programs? We will share the answers that we found to help meet the needs of our students and strive to integrate with the mental health system.


Training: 2017 PA PBIS Implementers Forum
Presenter: Bellefonte School District, Central Mountain School
Date: 05/16/2017

Topic: Behavior

This session will build participants background knowledge and skills to utilize the CDT to maximize student learning. Participants will gain knowledge and facility with CDT interactive maps, learning progression maps, and student and teacher data analysis templates. The presenters will focus on the rational for taking the CDT from the viewpoint of students and teachers. Support materials to engage in one-on-one conferencing and goal setting with students using CDT results will also be offered.

There are eleven handouts.
11a: PowerPoint
11b-k: Supporting materials


Training: Facilitating Coherence: MTSS and Formative Assessment
Presenter: Bobbie Pfingstler and Stacy Kulics
Date: 06/29/2015

Topic: Response to Instruction & Intervention

Pennsylvania Safe Schools- Healthy Students Partnership (SS-HS) is a multi-year pilot project in which three Local Education Agencies are collaborating with Mental Health, Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare at the county-level to install evidence-based promotion, prevention and interventions through a multi-tiered system of support for the benefit of all students, including those with behavioral health needs. A requirement of the SS-HS pilot sites is the establishment of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the local project partners. This session will address how the cross-systems project partners are coalescing as local management teams and are framing MOUs that define how they are jointly conducting environmental scans and needs assessments to inform a comprehensive plan for their communities and schools.


Training: PBIS Implementers´ Forum Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Presenter: Anne Katona-Linn, Deanna Moerer
Date: 05/28/2014

Topic: Behavior

Pennsylvania Safe Schools- Healthy Students Partnership (SS-HS) is a multi-year pilot project in which three Local Education Agencies are collaborating with Mental Health, Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare at the county-level to install evidence-based promotion, prevention and interventions through a multi-tiered system of support for the benefit of all students, including those with behavioral health needs. A requirement of the SS-HS pilot sites is the establishment of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the local project partners. This session will address how the cross-systems project partners are coalescing as local management teams and are framing MOUs that define how they are jointly conducting environmental scans and needs assessments to inform a comprehensive plan for their communities and schools.


Training: PBIS Implementers´ Forum Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
Presenter: Anne Katona-Linn, Deanna Moerer
Date: 05/28/2014

Topic: Behavior

This session will provide an overview of current best practices in transition being used throughout Pennsylvania. Presentation highlights include a summary and analysis of the Effective Practices for Secondary Transition cohort model currently being used throughout Pennsylvania and a discussion regarding the initial findings of the Temple/George Washington Universities’ Empowered VOICES project.


Training: PDE Conference
Presenter: Michael Stoehr, Paula Schmitt, Joan Kester, Ed.D.
Date: 02/06/2014

Topic: PDE Annual Conference

Participants will complete a planning document that guides them through five phases of how to increase graduation rates in their schools. The five phases of implementation include the following: teaming, using an Early Warning System (EWS), aligning evidence-based strategies and interventions, action planning, and monitoring student progress.


Training: 2018 PA PBS Implementers Forum
Presenter: PaTTAN Educational Consultant
Date: 05/22/2018

Topic: Behavior

18. Keys To Family Engagement

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During this session, presenters will share their school’s practices to enhance and maintain parent engagement through the Family Resource Center. Self-assessment opportunities will be included in this session and resources will be shared that schools can use to scale up their efforts to reach out to families in a positive way. Presenters will highlight universal screening practices, staff acknowledgement ideas, events and outreach activities, and the Positive Family Check-Up process. Check-in/Check-out is discussed in the context of creating parent partnerships to enhance student social behavioral development within a framework supported through school-based counseling and student assistance program personnel.


Training: 2016 PA PBIS Implementers Forum
Presenter: Norwin School District
Date: 05/05/2016

Topic: Behavior

Why does it seem so hard to sustain school initiatives? When initial grant funding ends and champions move on, how do we keep initiatives such as Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) strong in our buildings? This talk will provide the latest research findings and practical strategies to overcome common barriers to sustaining effective school initiatives. Attendees will leave with practical strategies for addressing common barriers and increasing durability of their systems.


Training: 2016 PDE Conference
Presenter: Kent McIntosh, Ph.D.
Date: 02/11/2016

Topic: PDE Annual Conference

An alternative high school shares their school-wide positive behavior support journey of designing, implementing, and evaluating multi-tiered systems of support. Through the use of multiple data sources, including universal screeners for social, emotional and behavior skills, a variety of academic data, attendance rates, individual behavior data and advanced
reports using SWIS, the team will discuss their outcomes.


Training: 2015 PA PBIS Implementers' Forum
Presenter: Ellison, Hertwig, Loro, Roberson
Date: 05/27/2015

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