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1. Focus on the Moments! (Opening Keynote)

08/15/2017
01:13:12 minutes
Consider that there are 23,363 schools using Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. That is approximately 11,762,345 students receiving supports within a PBIS framework (pbis.org). Each student attends approximately 180 days per school year which translates to 950 hours or 57,000 minutes of instruction (www.centerforpubliceducation.org). This equates to 670,453,665,000 moments per student per year. Education is a profession with challenges and demands every minute; a high rate of decision-making every minute; and, high stakes. In each moment, we have the opportunity to improve the likelihood of our students’ and educators’ success. If we have a bad moment, we can turn that moment around and make the next moment better! Let’s make every moment count!

1. Preventing Behavior and Mental Health Problems through Improved School Climate

07/06/2016
01:20:18 minutes
Schools often struggle to address student behavior problems, and rarely consider the importance of school climate as a contextual factor influencing these outcomes. This session will highlight the role of school climate in preventing and addressing student behavioral and mental health problems. We will also consider the role of student and staff connectedness in school climate, and ways to leverage the tiered PBIS framework to improve school climate, and in turn promote favorable behavioral and mental health for students.
11. A Classwide Reading Intervention that Works | 2022 Literacy Symposium

11. A Classwide Reading Intervention that Works | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
00:59:37 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ Come learn about a class-wide reading intervention for grades 2-8 that will raise the reading proficiency of your students. Lindsay implemented this class-wide intervention and her class median score of 50 words correct per minute improved to 64 words correct per minute in just 2 weeks. Come learn how you can apply this intervention in your classroom and listen as Lindsay shares her tips, mistakes, and questions as she applied research to her practice this past year. Leave with specific strategies and resources to implement this research-based intervention in your classroom.

11. Screen to Intervene: A Trauma-Informed Emotional and Behavioral Health Decision-Making Model

08/15/2017
00:41:15 minutes
This session describes the implementation of a school-wide PBIS emotional and behavioral health assessment to intervention model within an urban school district. Presenters will discuss the evidence for and logistical challenges of a trauma-informed approach with a high-needs student population, and development of a decision-making framework.
12. Stop the Stall, Move Fragile Adolescent Readers Forward | 2022 Literacy Symposium

12. Stop the Stall, Move Fragile Adolescent Readers Forward | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:03:44 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ Join reading intervention author, Marilyn Sprick. Explore what it takes to help older students move out of the reading doldrums to reading with confidence and motivation. Listen to and hear the difference as intervention students take pride in their improvements.

13. A Winning Approach to Year One SWPBS Implementation

08/15/2017
00:42:10 minutes
Members of the West Chester Area School District will discuss Year One SWPBS implementation in their elementary school. The Mary C. Howse Elementary School SWPBS Core Team devised a unique and effective timeline for Tier 1 implementation in their K-5 school. We will share how MCH students Make exCellence Happen each and every day!
13. ECRI - A School’s Journey in Systematic Equitable Reading Outcomes ... | 2022 Literacy Symposium

13. ECRI - A School’s Journey in Systematic Equitable Reading Outcomes ... | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
00:46:11 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 13. ECRI - A School’s Journey in Systematic Equitable Reading Outcomes for All Students A team from Easterly Parkway Elementary in State College, PA will share its journey to student literacy success through Enhancing Core Reading Instruction (ECRI). The team will share the past, present, and future of our transition to systematic and explicit instruction. A discussion and review of data including how our diverse community of learners are benefiting from the newly formed MTSS processes.
14. The Arc of Vocabulary: Oral Language Links to Comprehension for ... | 2022 Literacy Symposium

14. The Arc of Vocabulary: Oral Language Links to Comprehension for ... | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
00:58:42 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 14. The Arc of Vocabulary: Oral Language Links to Comprehension for the Classroom Teachers Children often come to school with too little language to support comprehension of what they read. For these children their classroom is the primary place in which they will be given the time and opportunity to develop their speaking and listening skills. Teachers who have a deep and intentional understanding and focus on oral language as a significant contributor to reading comprehension can change outcomes for students. In this workshop, we will examine the arc of language development and its impact on reading comprehension. We will start by grounding ourselves in a research base for understanding the contribution language makes to reading comprehension. We will then learn about instructional approaches that address the need for us to enhance oral language for our students. We cannot simply tell children to talk more. We need to create a climate that nurtures oral expression and supports the development of speaking and active listening for students. We will learn and practice highly engaging activities that can make a difference for reading comprehension through planning intentional and meaningful opportunities for speaking and listening throughout the school day. Mother Teresa said, “Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are endless.” We will create a rainbow of language instruction, which will echo in a student’s reading comprehension for the rest of his life.

15. Implementing Data Driven Universal Support Through ClassDojo

08/15/2017
00:55:39 minutes
In this session, presenters will share how they utilize ClassDojo to implement their universal support system. ClassDojo allows the PBS team to track progress of individual students or groups on any of their essential agreements. ClassDojo also provides data on teacher usage in order to ensure fidelity throughout the school.