conference-2019

Managing Behavior in Non-Classroom Settings: Using the PBIS Logic for Instruction

This session provides an overview of strategies for teaching and managing behavior in common settings including the hallway, cafeteria, and school bus. Video vignettes will be used to demonstrate key principles of high-probability practices.

Student Network Research Panel (Friday lunch session)

Panelists will share the theoretical framework that drives their line of research, and how that line of research developed. They will also share advice they have for students who are just beginning their research careers.

APBS Family Workgroup Meeting and Open House

This is an open meeting for anyone interested in learning about APBS activities to support parents and families. Current Family Workgroup goals and initiatives will be covered, input to future goals sought.  Bring your lunch!

Universal Screener - From Implementation to Student Support to Sharing Data

Oakland Unified School District officially piloted the universal screener in 2017-18. Creative ways of sharing the data with multiple stakeholders were piloted, which led to an increase in services for students.

Implementing PBIS in Juvenile Justice: Lessons Learned from One Secure Facility

This presentation will focus on lessons learned from implementing PBIS over five years in a secure facility in Texas. Topics include perceptions (and misperceptions) of PBIS and recommendations for effective PBIS implementation in alternative settings.

Deconstructing Inequitable Systems: Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk

"Cultural competence" begins with the realization that long-lasting improvements aren't achieved within a single professional development experience. This session provides strategies to support educators' exploration of the attitudes and beliefs that maintain inequitable educational systems.

Implementation of Individualized PBS: Exploring Why Some Teachers Struggle and Others Succeed

Presenters share results from a statewide teacher survey reporting school and teacher characteristics associated with successful implementation of behavior support plans. Implications for improving individualized PBS in schools struggling to implement BSP will be discussed.

Beyond Data Collection: Using Data to Make a Difference in Adult IDD Settings

Move beyond data collection to create systems & practices to improve both service delivery by practitioners and quality of life for individuals. Four tools to measure fidelity and outcomes will be demonstrated. Action planning time allotted.

Overcoming Obstacles to Family Engagement in Positive Behavior Support

This session will summarize the research related to parent involvement in positive behavior support and provide practical guidance regarding how to more effectively engage family members and overcome logistical and motivational barriers.