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4. Mental Health Challenges and Disorders in Youth

00:55:54 minutes
This session will discuss mental health challenges and disorders including facts and statistics nationally and in Pennsylvania; typical adolescent development and risk factors; warning signs and symptoms; the impact of mental health challenges on education and Pennsylvania’s movement to address these issues.

40. Developing Capacity for Reflection: A Collaborative Approach

00:45:49 minutes
In this session, participants will learn about reflection and communication techniques - in individual and small group settings - to help delve deeper into school-wide positive behavior support data and systems. Participants will learn ways to foster these reflection strategies in their own SWPBS teams.

40. How Applied Behavior Analysis Shaped Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports

01:21:49 minutes
The purpose of this session is to describe how Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has shaped and influenced PBIS practices, systems, data and outcomes. Sameness and differences will illustrate how and why PBIS and ABA should be integrative and collaborative.

43. Promoting Systems and Supports for All Students (Keynote Address)

00:29:08 minutes
Secretary Rivera will share highlights regarding work in which the PA Department of Education is engaged to promote whole-child/student success. Areas of focus will include the important role schools and community partners share in individualizing supports as well as recognizing the impact of trauma, removing barriers to accessing needed interventions, and building resilience to promote future success.

44. Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) Model: Process for Team Meetings and Data-Based Decision Making

01:05:49 minutes
This session will provide an overview of the recently updated TIPS model including strategies for effective team meetings and how to use data for decision making. Presenters will model how to use data to make decisions and facilitate practice with identifying a problem, developing a problem statement, intervention planning, and progress monitoring.

45. PBIS & GRIT: A Powerful Duo

01:06:09 minutes
If you have PBIS and Character Education in place and are looking for something to give your students that extra push, then try adding some GRIT! GRIT can be used to teach students to "go the extra mile", persevere, show determination, and put forth their best effort. Presenters will discuss their new PBIS/Character Education initiative, as well as, discuss universal supports.

46. Interconnected System Framework with Community and Enhanced Tier II/III Supports

01:27:44 minutes
Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21, in collaboration with Lehigh County Systems of Care (SoC), is one of three schools entities in Pennsylvania that is the recipient of the Safe School Healthy Student Grant. The team will provide information on the systematic process used for developing collaborative partnerships between schools implementing PBIS and County Systems of Care (SOC). An Interconnected Systems Framework in collaboration with community partners provides the mental health supports for high risk students to prevent bullying, decrease violent behavior and substance abuse through scale up of multi-tiered SWPBIS.

47. Using Data for Tier 1 Decisions in a TIPS-II Framework

01:26:28 minutes
The Team-Initiated Problem Solving Model II (TIPS II) will be shared with participants as a process used during school-based problem solving team meetings in order to identify, address, and resolve student social and academic behavior problems through specific interactions with data and data systems. This session will focus on an elementary school’s method of guiding conversations around whole school data in Tier 1 meetings using TIPS-II.

49. Elementary School Framework for PBIS Implementation with a Focus on Family Engagement

01:31:15 minutes
The success of PBIS implementation has greatly impacted the school culture and community in two small rural schools in Karns City School District. With the many systems at work, including, SAP, MTSS, SWPBIS and Title I, the presenters will share how the coordination of their efforts have created a fun and engaged student, staff, and family environment within their schools.

50. Parent Involvement is an Integral Part of Program-Wide Success

01:24:14 minutes
What role do parents play in your PBIS program? Is your parent communication regarding PBIS effective? Do your parents buy into the PBIS program? Join us in sharing ways to partner with parents through your PBIS program and to build a two way communication system that increases the program’s effectiveness.