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What Goes Around, Comes Around: Boomerangs and Using Data to Drive Student Success

05/22/2012
01:23:17 minutes
During this session, presenters from the Bellefonte Area School District will provide an example of how one school uses data to effectively implement SWPBIS at all three levels of behavior support. Topics to be discussed include the data collection process, when and how data is analyzed, a description of interventions used at Tier 1 and Tier 2 as well as other strategies used to create and sustain a positive learning environment for all students.

PAPBS Data – What’s In It For Me?

05/22/2012
01:26:42 minutes
This session will review the various types of comprehensive data SWPBIS schools should collect and analyze on a regular basis to evaluate implementation fidelity and efficacy on multiple outcomes. A rationale will be offered regarding why data from multiple sources are critical to sustained implementation and to garner support for expansion of the SWPBIS framework at the local level. Dr. Runge will explain how locally-collected data, when aggregated across all schools, sustains and expands SWPBIS at the state and national level.

Building Local Capacity with PBIS District Leadership Teams

05/22/2012
01:17:16 minutes
A district leadership team is a critical component for the district-wide implementation of PBIS. The leadership team works to ensure the development of a district-wide vision, provides for ample professional development opportunities and supports coaching and technical assistance in a three-tiered behavior support model. This presentation will feature the work of three district leadership teams from across the commonwealth. They will discuss their membership, functions and evolution as district leadership teams.

SWPBIS Timeline: 5 Years of Implementation

05/22/2012
01:25:12 minutes
During this presentation, members of the Girard School District will share their timeline, spanning five years, of implementation at an elementary school along with one year of implementation at the middle school. Their perspective will be nontechnical and highlight snapshots that transfer theory to practice.

First Rate Tier 2 Interventions

05/22/2012
01:20:34 minutes
During this ninety minute session, two school teams will discuss their use of Tier 2 supports and interventions. Members of the Penncrest School District will discuss Tier 2 interventions used at their Middle/High School. Team members will address how they use an online survey to enlist teacher input on students in need of Tier 2 supports and use teacher input to arrive at observable behaviors that need to be worked on by the students. This is a very individualized approach and has been streamlined for time efficiency and effectiveness. Tier 2 interventions implemented in the Laurel School District will also be shared. Team members will discuss the contextual and foundational basis of their Tier 2 interventions including the goals, processes and implementation results.

Using RtI Data to Improve Student Learning

05/17/2012
01:04:49 minutes
Response to Intervention implementation is an ever-changing, dynamic process characterized by progress and set-backs as a normal part of systems change. Listen to Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden, Nationally known RtI expert, as she speaks to the trials and tribulations of RtI adoption and implementation.

Progress Monitoring: Formative Assessment for Elementray ELLs

05/16/2012
01:02:46 minutes
This webinar presents tests of English Language Proficiency and measures of student progress in this proficiency. Analysis of formative assessments helps teachers to monitor student progress and helps students to target their own learning needs. This webinar will present up-to-date- research and practice on the assessment tools for elementary ELLs.

Writing Measurable Standards-Aligned IEP Goals for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

04/09/2012
01:39:19 minutes
This videoconference focused on effective practices for utilizing Pennsylvania's Standards Aligned System (SAS) to develop measurable IEP goals that are aligned with PA standards, anchors, eligible content, or an element of the curriculum framework. Particular emphasis was given to skills that commonly need to be addressed when working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing, e.g. vocabulary development, self-advocacy, auditory training.

Classroom Management Webinar Series Session 5: Token Economy Systems and Behavior Contracting

03/06/2012
01:55:59 minutes
The purpose of this session is to continue to examine the benefits and use of a continuum of evidence-based strategies to acknowledge appropriate behavior in the school environment. Part 2 of this Two- Part Topic will focus on the use of Token Economy Systems and the use of Behavior Contracting.