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May 15, 2019

49. Symposium: PBIS in Alternative Schools

Symposium: PBIS in Alternative Schools
Inclusive Interventions: A School Wide System for Every Student
Developing an inclusive Tier I system that can benefit an entire student population can be difficult. We will examine a Tier I system developed for students with disabilities and discuss how the system can be used in various educational settings and with various student populations.

We T.R.Y. - #Alt Ed. 2.0
Learn how Community School West, an Alternative School in Allegheny County, has implemented school-wide PBIS with success. We will discuss the unique ways we teach and reteach our expectations, in addition to sharing how we use data to drive our decision making and address the behavioral needs of our students.

Presenter: The Vanguard School & Allegheny IU 3- Community School West
May 15, 2019

54. Getting and Keeping Mental Health Treatment Funding for Children

Getting and Keeping Mental Health Treatment Funding for Children
Learn how to use the presenter’s simple and effective treatment outcome measurement system to get and keep Medicaid and insurance funding for 20, 30 or more weekly hours of intensive, individualized mental health treatment for children, based on his 40 years of experience and independent researcher findings since 2007.

Presenter: The Institute for Behavior Change
May 15, 2019

57. Dropout Prevention: Check and Connect

Dropout Prevention: Check and Connect
This session will provide participants with an understanding of the evidenced-based practice of Check and Connect. It will describe the program and how to implement it with fidelity.

Presenter: Centennial School District
May 14, 2019

29. A Deep Dive into SWIS

A Deep Dive into SWIS
During this session coaches will develop and refine their data analysis skills. Coaches will be given the opportunity to practice drilling-down through behavior data. Guided discussions will provide coaches the opportunity to analyze information, set goals, and develop solutions. Coaches will practice identifying system and student level issues. A brief overview of additional reports will also be given.


Presenter: Capital Area Intermediate Unit 15
May 14, 2019

18. Implementing Tier Two Interventions for Approved Private Schools with Mental Health Services

Implementing Tier Two Interventions for Approved Private Schools with Mental Health Services
In an interactive presentation, tier two Interventions will be explored as they are implemented in an Approved Private High School with Mental Health Services. Participants will develop skills to establish and enhance their own tier two teams.

Presenter: Wesley Spectrum High School
May 14, 2019

19. What Have We Accomplished in 10 Years?

What Have We Accomplished in 10 Years?
Highlights will be shared of Pennsylvania’s implementation of School-Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (SWPBIS) in nearly 400 schools. Emphasis will be placed on fidelity of implementation, disciplinary practices, and educational placements. Discussions will occur regarding how to use specific data to sustain and expand SWPBIS in schools across Pennsylvania.

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

21. Supporting Post-Secondary Transition Through RENEW

Supporting Post-Secondary Transition Through RENEW
RENEW is a Tier 3 intervention that propels troubled youth towards transition into post-secondary employment and education opportunities. Youth who engage in RENEW are empowered to self-determine goals and action steps beyond high school graduation. This session will highlight the overarching principles and core values of RENEW, the strategies used in implementation, and success stories of Pennsylvania students and facilitators.

Presenter: PaTTAN Educational Consultants
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