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May 14, 2019

30. Recharging Your Batteries: Classroom Management - Part 2

Recharging Your Batteries: Classroom Management - Part 2
This second part of the 2-part session will provide participants the opportunity to examine the relationship between function of behavior and intervention selection. Dr. Riffel will provide a variety of resources that bridge the gap between theory and practice when working with the most challenging students

Presenter: Dr. Laura Riffel, Behavior Doctor Seminars
May 14, 2019

32. More Than Tier 1 School-Wide PBIS is Necessary to Meet Students' Complex Needs

More Than Tier 1 School-Wide PBIS is Necessary to Meet Students' Complex Needs
Schools that implement all three tiers of school-wide PBIS achieve statistically lower rates of out-of-school placements and out-of-school suspensions compared to control schools. These data provide the justification for a systematic approach to identifying the complex needs of all students via the hybrid Hexagon Tool.
Dr. Tim Runge, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Presenter: Dr. Tim Runge, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
May 14, 2019

33. Creating Effective Incentives at the Secondary Level

Creating Effective Incentives at the Secondary Level
Creating a secondary incentive program that is interesting and viable for secondary level students using quarterly incentive trips will be the focus of this session. Attendees will gain knowledge on planning trips, setting eligibility requirements, fundraising, and making PBIS interesting and effective at the secondary level! Lawrence County Career and Technical Center

Presenter: Lawrence County Career and Technical Center
May 15, 2019

36. Collaborative Teaming: Supporting Teachers through Effective Coaching

Collaborative Teaming: Supporting Teachers through Effective Coaching
Learn from a coach who has over 5 years of experience in a variety of classroom settings including early childhood and preschool. This session will be a great review of the Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool criteria for building a healthy, cohesive classroom team. Personal coaching strategies meant to empower fellow coaches with new ideas to bring back to their classroom setting will also be shared. Easter Seals of Southeastern Pennsylvania – Bucks County Division

Presenter: Easter Seals of Southeastern Pennsylvania – Bucks County Division
May 14, 2019

38. Puppets, Social Stories, and Strategies: Implementing an Early Childhood Social-Emotional Curriculum

Puppets, Social Stories, and Strategies: Implementing an Early Childhood Social-Emotional Curriculum 
Learn how to intentionally teach social-emotional topics such as emotions, calming down, problem solving, and social skills in large and small group settings using a variety of curriculum options and resources.

Presenter: Otterbein Early Education Center
May 14, 2019

39. Hop on the “Best Bus” with Us!

Hop on the “Best Bus” with Us!
Miss Frizzle has nothing on us as we discuss our magical “Best Bus” program! Participants will explore a variety of strategies to address common concerns on the school bus and develop staff buy-in. This session focuses on fostering positive community partnerships between the students, bus drivers, administrators, teachers, and families.

Presenter: Baldwin-Whitehall School District
May 15, 2019

44. The Pennsylvania Career Ready Skills: A Missing Link to Employability

The Pennsylvania Career Ready Skills: A Missing Link to Employability
The Pennsylvania Career Ready Skills (PA CRS) are those soft skills that employers seek in prospective employees. Until recently, there was no continuum of skills and a means to systematically model and integrate them into teaching and daily school activities. This session will share the continuum of career ready skills and their relationship to employment readiness. It will also provide activities to support integrating the skills into the classroom and the school environment.

Presenter: Dr. Pamela Emery, Office for Safe Schools – Pennsylvania Department of Education
May 15, 2019

59. School-Wide PBIS in Drivers' Education: PBIS Behind the Wheel

School-Wide PBIS in Drivers' Education: PBIS Behind the Wheel
Details will be shared regarding implementation and evaluation of the effectiveness of adapting school-wide PBIS for use in drivers’ education to get positive behavior outcomes related to traffic safety, beginning with increased seat belt usage and decreased cell phone usage while driving.

Presenter: Indiana University of Pennsylvania
May 15, 2019

60. Teach Them How To Meet School Expectations!

Teach Them How To Meet School Expectations!
Integrating SEL with Matrix Expectations Many times we set expectations for students without providing research-based training for the social emotional skills needed to meet these expectations. Learning skills such as empathy, emotion management, and social problem solving are essential for being able to manage the daily expectations we set for our students. This presentation provides tools for integrating Social Emotional Learning (SEL) skills for all students (Tier 1) aligned with the school-wide expectations. The promotion of developing a safe and supportive learning environment with research-based practices and tools for managing classroom behaviors will also be discussed and shared. Utilize Second Step, MindYeti, and Class Dojo to manage comprehensive programming across tiered levels of support.

Presenter: Collegium Charter School
May 15, 2019

61. Engaging Communities and Families in the PBIS Process

Engaging Communities and Families in the PBIS Process
Participants will explore the question - why do schools want family members as authentic members in the PBIS process? Participants will leave with ideas to engage family members and have them lining up to get into the school. They will also leave with a plan for involving the business community which is another strategy to increase family participation.

Presenter: Dr. Laura Riffel, Behavior Doctor Seminars