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29. Embedding Social Skills into the Early Intervention Environment

08/15/2017
00:52:39 minutes
Are you looking for creative ways to reach students with challenging behavior? Come explore how our special education teachers are creating nurturing and safe environments for our students with disabilities. We will share specific strategies (i.e., establish and state clear behavior expectations, model and explain cool-down strategies) linked to the Pennsylvania state standards on managing emotions and behaviors.
29. The Role of Executive Skills in Literacy Development | 2022 Literacy Symposium

29. The Role of Executive Skills in Literacy Development | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ Executive skills are task-oriented skills that underlie students’ ability to learn. They are brain-based skills such as task initiation, sustained attention, working memory, planning, organization, and goal-directed persistence that are absolutely critical to school success. Although seldom taught explicitly, many educators now see that students who are strong in these skills are more successful than those who aren't. This workshop will introduce the 11 executive skills featured in the “Smart but Scattered” model and will describe how they support literacy development.

3. SRSS: If You Screen You Must Intervene

08/14/2017
00:55:00 minutes
At Owen J. Roberts, staff have been using the Student Risk Screening Scale (SRSS) for three years. The presenters will share their experiences and processes for implementation as well as how they use the data to intervene.

30. Going from "I Can't" to "I Can": A Problem-Solving Framework for Implementing PBIS

08/15/2017
00:30:24 minutes
Facing difficulties using PBIS at your early childhood center? Who isn’t?! Teams attending this session will create an action plan to overcome a current struggle they have carrying out PBIS. Having a method to think through a challenge can help teams move from being stuck in a rut to implementing with fidelity.
30. Transitioning from Word Walls to Sound Walls | 2022 Literacy Symposium

30. Transitioning from Word Walls to Sound Walls | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:01:09 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 30. Transitioning from Word Walls to Sound Walls: Why We Should and How To Do It The presenters will discuss descriptive research that Dr. Miles has conducted which demonstrates some of the issues with word walls. Dr. Dahlgren will then discuss how sound walls and accompanying instructional methods should be used to articulate and distinguish between sounds and to strengthen sound-to-letter correspondences. The presenters will also share data on three action research projects that demonstrate the effective use of sound walls. Katharine Pace Miles, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in Early Childhood Education at Brooklyn College, City University of New York. Dr. Miles’s research interests include orthographic facilitation and mapping, high frequency word learning, literacy assessment of students with special needs, and literacy instruction for young children that is both developmentally appropriate and grounded in the science of reading. She works closely with New York City’s Department of Education to support literacy initiatives that impact the city’s most marginalized students. In addition, Dr. Miles supports the alignment of early literacy programs with the field of reading science in an effort to close the research to practice divide.

30. Universal Screening of Behavior

07/09/2014
01:07:43 minutes
Universal screening for behavior is an essential component of a three-tiered model of prevention and intervention. Abington School District will discuss the use of two universal screening tools, the Social Skills Improvement System (SSIS) and the Student Risk Screening Scale (SRSS), in three elementary buildings. Jersey Shore Area School District will discuss its use of the SRSS universal screening tool and the integration of the SRSS data with other behavioral data (SWIS) and academic data from the RtII framework.

31. Equitable Disciplinary Practices: How to Inform Culturally Sustaining PBIS

08/15/2017
00:59:07 minutes
Currently engaging in year three, eight collaborating local education agencies are developing materials to encourage culturally sustaining disciplinary practices. Time will be spent sharing outcomes as well as critical issues such as bias, racial anxiety, and stereotype threat and interventions that increase proportionate disciplinary practices.
31. Literacy Leader: Using Your SEDR to Improve Reading Outcomes | 2022 Literacy Symposium

31. Literacy Leader: Using Your SEDR to Improve Reading Outcomes | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/21/2022
01:10:25 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 31. Literacy Leader: Using Your Special Education Data Report (SEDR) to Improve Reading Outcomes This session will be geared towards administrators/educators who oversee and/or influence the K-12 literacy program within their Local Education Agency (LEA). Attendees will explore and/or be exposed to the most recent Pennsylvania State Educational Data Report (PA SEDR), as well as, their own respective local State Educational Data Report (SEDR) in order to address and/or interpret their current/future needs regarding programming for students with disabilities. Additional guidance and/or resources will be provided to support Individual Education Plan (IEP) teams and overall student success.
32. Too Important To Fail | 2022 Literacy Symposium

32. Too Important To Fail | 2022 Literacy Symposium

07/22/2022
00:57:42 minutes
Access all of the sessions at https://pattanliteracysymposium22.sched.com/ 32. Too Important To Fail: Implementing Literacy Instruction Changes During the Pandemic During this session participants will be engaged in a discussion regarding the changes made in the instruction of reading by the Northgate School District during the pandemic. Information will be shared regarding the Pennsylvania Dyslexia Pilot and how this was critical in moving these efforts forward. The critical aspects of the change process will be shared and pitfalls will be discussed.

33. Recognition: The Power of Feedback in a Multi-Tiered System of Support

08/15/2017
00:50:36 minutes
Wescosville Elementary School will share how effective feedback to change behavior is a critical component in a Multi-Tiered System of Support. Specifically, this session will provide the nuts and bolts of establishing a powerful system of recognition. The team will also share the challenges and successes of maintaining the value of their SOAR tickets and how it is one component in the overall implementation of SWPBIS.