APBS 2019 Presentations

General Session

General Session Positive Behavior Support and Social, Emotional and Behavioral Wellness: Opportunities and Shared Responsibilities

Tim Knoster, McDowell Institute Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA, Renee Bradley, United States Department of Education, Washington DC, Mark Weist, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, and George Sugai, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Pre-conference Workshops

SWK 101 Basic FBA to BIP: A Practical Approach to Providing Function-Based Behavior Support

Sheldon Loman, Portland State University, Portland, OR and Kathleen Strickland Cohen, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX

SWK 103 Creating Culturally Sustaining PBIS Systems: Centering Equity in our Work

Ruthie Payno-Simmons, Michigan's Integrated Behavior and Learning Supports Initiative, Holland, MI

SWK 104 Coaching Schools to Engage in Effective Teaming and Data-Use Practices within MTSS

Brian Gaunt, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, and Scott Ford, Pflugerville Independent School District, Austin, TX

SWK 105 What Happened to You? Enhancing Positive Behavior Support with Trauma Informed Approaches

Molly Dellinger-Wray, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

SWK 106 Integrating Mental Health within a School-Wide System of PBIS: Systems Practices, Data

Lucille Eber and Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network, Lisle, IL

Oral Presentations

A2 What Happened To You? Trauma Informed Positive Behavior Support

Molly Dellinger-Wray and Fred Orelove, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

A3 A National Movement to Interconnect PBIS and School Mental Health

Mark Weist, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

A4 Practices for Systemically Reducing Disproportionality in Discipline: The Michigan Equity Pilot

Ruthie Payno-Simmons and Beth Hill, Michigan's Integrated Behavior and Learning Supports Initiative, Holland, MI

A5 State Implementation of PBIS: Scaling Up and Lessons Learned in Colorado

Jason Harlacher and Lynne DeSousa, Colorado Department of Education, Denver, CO

A6 Building Universal Systems and Increasing Stakeholder Involvement by Implementing School-Wide PBIS Committees

Kevin Higley, Clark County School District, Las Vegas, NV, and Brenda Caszatt, Findlay Middle School, North Las Vegas, NV

A8 Success Under Construction: Supporting District-Level Implementation of PBIS

Trisha Guffey, Kelsey Morris, and Lisa Powers, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

A10 Embracing Your Biggest Asset: Youth Leadership in PBIS

Heidi Cloutier and Kathryn Francoeur, University Of New Hampshire, Concord, NH

A12 Evidence-Based Practices for Classroom Management: What We Say and What We Do

Lorna Hepburn, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

A13 Innovative Practices in Vocational Services for Individuals with ASD and/or IDD

Robert Putnam, May Institute, Randolph, MA, Carol Schall, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, Sharon Smith, WORK Inc, Dorchester, MA, and Scott Fontechia, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

A15 The BIP-IT: A Free Data Management Tool for Monitoring Intensive Behavioral Interventions

Gordon Way, Missouri Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support, Columbia, MO

A16 Evidence-Based Practices to Reduce Suspension and Expulsion in Early Learning Settings

Sandy Avzaradel, Early Childhood Mental Health Collaborative, Orange County, CA

B1 Process and Outcomes: Supporting School Teams to Achieve Implementation Fidelity with SWPBS

Sharon Lohrmann, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ

B3 The State of State PBIS Efforts: The APBS PBIS State Leaders' Network

Don Kincaid, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

B4 Supporting Teachers to Implement Culturally and Contextually Relevant Classwide Behavior Plans

Lindsay Fallon, Sadie Cathcart, Emily DeFouw, University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA, Brenda O'Keeffe, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, and George Sugai, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

B5 Situating Mental Health Literacy and Suicide Prevention within PBIS

Danielle Empson and Tim Knoster, McDowell Institute Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA

B6 Lessons from the Field: Strategies for Stakeholder Engagement and Effective Data-Based Decision-Making

Brian Gaunt, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, Erin Chaparro, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavioral and Learning Support Initiative, Holland, MI, and Scott Ross, Colorado Department of Education, Denver, CO

B8 A Framework for Including People with Disabilities in All Elements of PBS

Tom Tutton, Aspect, New South Wales, Australia

B9 Implementing Sustainable PBS in Organizations Supporting People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

Rachel Freeman, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, Stewart Shear, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health, Berwyn, PA, Theresa Rodgers, Missouri Department of Mental Health, Jefferson City, MO

B10 Expanding PBS into Different Settings - Promoting Quality of Life Across the Lifespan

Sarah Leitch, Tom Evans, and Laura Higgins, BILD, Birmingham, England

B12 Conversation” to “Action”: A Protocol to Decrease Restraint and/or Seclusion

Lauren Evanovich, Robyn Vanover, Stephanie Martinez, and Cat Raulerson, University of Florida, FLPBIS, Tampa, FL

B14 Expanding the Reach of PBIS: Novel Environments

Kathryn Roose, Nevada PBIS Technical Assistance Center, Reno, NV, and Holly Seniuk, University of Nevada Reno, Reno, NV

B15 Positive Behavior Support Training of DSPs in a Self-Directed Supports Model

Victoria McMullen, Webster University, St. Louis, MO

B16 Alignment: A Key Driver for District Implementation Efforts and Efficiency

Lisa Powers and Jamie Grieshaber, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

C2 Preventive Classroom Management: Positive Behavior Support in the Classroom

Tim Knoster, McDowell Institute Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA

C3 Moving the Needle on Equity: Promising Findings from Research in School Discipline

Kent McIntosh and Eoin Bastable, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

C4 Talking So People Will Listen: Strategies for Increasing Buy-In

Betsy Lazega and Therese Sandomierski, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

C5 Development, Validation, and Application of a User-Friendly Classroom Management Observation Tool

Brandi Simonsen, Jen Freeman, Jennier Bouckaert, and Anthony Gambino, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

C6 Effectively Using Data to Select, Implement, and Evaluate Tier 2 Systems

Kaci Fleetwood, University of Nevada Reno, Reno, NV

C7 Growing the Good: Strategies for Integrating Trauma-Informed Practices within the PBIS Framework

Megan Pell, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, Donna Carroll, Brandywine School District, Wilmington, DE

C8 PBIS and Early Childhood

Anna Winneker, Denise Binder, Chris Vatland, and Jolena Ferro, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, Angel Fetting, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Sarah Fefer, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA, Stacy Bender, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA Katie Greeny, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Margreet van Oudheusden, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences, Zwolle, Netherlands

C11 Integrating Mental Health Assessment to Intervention at Tiers I and II

Nathaniel von der Embse, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, and Laura Rutherford, Devereux Center for Effective Schools, King of Prussia, PA

C13 From Haphazard to Systematic: Applying an Integrated Taxonomy of Intervention Intensity

Teri Marx, American Institutes for Research, Washington, DC, Joseph Wehby, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

C14 Targeting Systems of Support: Enhancing PBIS in High Needs School Districts

Adam Feinberg and Susannah Everett, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Rebecca Shor, Andrea Ricotta, and Susan Fischer, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Malden, MA

C15 Increasing Family Engagement within All Three Tiers of Schoolwide PBIS

Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, Angela Hernandez, Arlington Independent School District, Arlington, TX

D1 Be A CHAMP!

Jim Finch, Monroe County Board of Education, Forsyth, GA

D2 Addressing PBIS Implementation Misrules by Revisiting our Behavior Analytic Roots

George Sugai, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

D5 Using Technology to Train and Implement Function-Based Support (FBA/BSP)

Chris Borgmeier, Portland State University, Portland, OR, Meme Heineman, Positive Behavior Support Applications, Palm Harbor, FL, and Scott Spaulding, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, Erin Barton, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

D7 Creating a Data-Driven School and University Partnership: FABI Professional Development

Kristina Randall, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, Kathleen Lane, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, Eric Common, University of Michigan-Flint, Flint, MI, Shanna Hirsch and Michelle Dunn, Clemson University, Clemson, SC

D11 A National Priority for Bringing PBIS to Early Childhood

Lise Fox, Oregon Social Learning Center, Eugene, OR Jennifer Tschantz, United States Department of Education, Washington DC, Mary Louise Hemmeter, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

D12 Get the Big Picture of Your MTSS

Karen Cox and Natalie Romer, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, Rachel Saladis, Wisconsin RtI Center, Beth Rice, Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, NC, Alisha Schiltz, Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools, Chapel Hill, NC, and Jason Harlacher, Colorado Department of Education, Denver, CO

D13 Not Separate but Not Equal: Improving Equity in Diverse School Settings

Daniel Cohen and Sara McDaniel, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

D14 Strengthening Relationships to Strengthen Outcomes

Ali Hearn, Midwest PBIS Network, Lisle, IL

D16 Evaluate-Collaborate-Capacitate: Creating Independent PBIS teams with Capacity and Fidelity Across Multiple Environments

Paul Rogers, Home & Community Positive Behavior Support, Palm Harbor, FL, Victoria Hatch, CBI Consultants Ltd, Burnaby, BC, Patricia Newman, Cardinal McClosky Community Services, Valhalla, NY

E2 An Optimistic Approach to Helping Students with Challenging Behaviors

V. Mark Durand, University of South Florida St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, FL

E6 PBIS Doesn't Stop at the Classroom Door

Brian Meyer, Midwest PBIS Network, Naperville, IL, Kimberly Yanek, Midatlantic PBIS Network, Norfolk, Virginia, and Diane LaMaster, Midwest PBIS Network, Naperville, IL

E7 A Framework for Integrating CICO and SAIG within Tier 2 Support

Olivier Fradet-Turcotte, Boscoville Research and Development Center, Montreal, QC, Steve Bissonette and Normand St-Georges, TÉLUQ University, Montreal, QC

E8 A Systemic Approach to Implementing Innovations for SEL through the PBIS Framework

Kristin Hendricks, Carolyn Schmidt, Wake County Public School System, Raleigh, NC

E9 Reinventing Teaming to Ensure Students with Disabilities can Access Intensive Supports

Teri Marx, American Institutes for Research, Washington, DC and Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavioral and Learning Support Initiative, Holland, MI

E12 Building Positive, Healthy, Inclusive Communities Using OW-PBS Across Human Service Programs

Matt Enyart, Chris Rathmel, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, Janie Yannacito, Johnson County Community Mental Health Center, Olathe, KS

E13 A Journey Through Privilege, Implicit Bias and Strategies to Increase Equitable Outcomes

Lisa Fillipovich and Charles Barrett, Loudoun County Public Schools, Ashburn, VA

E14 Using Picture of a Life (POL) as a Person-Centered Planning Approach

Nicole Duchelle and Nichole Meyer, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

E15 PBS In Non-Traditional, Multi-Disciplinary Systems: Staying True to Critical Features

Brenda Scheuermann, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, Andy Guthrie, Mitch Gould, and JoDonna Burdoff, West Virginia Department of Education, Charleston, WV

F2 Implementing Tier II and Tier III Practices in PBIS

Rob Horner, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

F3 PASS: Preliminary Results from a Random Control Trial on Interconnected Systems Framework

Mark Weist, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC,  Joni Splett, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network, Lisle, IL, Colleen Halliday-Boykins, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, Elaine Miller, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

F4 Surviving in a Time of Change: District-Wide Institutionalization of SWPBS

Mae Coffman, Emergent Tree Education, Austin, TX, and Jennifer Baker, East Central Independent School District, San Antonio, TX

F6 Check & Connect: Monitoring Students’ Academic and Positive Behavioral Progress Toward Graduation

David Johnson and Eileen Klemm, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

F7 Make it Work! Implementing and Sustaining SWPBIS in Philadelphia

Erika Hughes, School District of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, Laura Rutherford and Jennifer Francisco, Devereux Center for Effective Schools, King of Prussia, PA

F8 Technology Trends Across the Tiers

Allison Bruhn, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA,  Shanna Hirsch, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, and Angus Kittleman, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

F10 Using a Modular Approach to Support Individual Students with Autism in Schools

Krystal McFee, Rose Iovannone, and Elizabeth Cassell, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

F12 Building Tier III District Infrastructure with PTR Master Facilitators

Cristy Cloues and Barbara Kelley, CalTAC-PBIS, La Quinta, CA

F13 Telecoaching to Support PBIS Implementation in Rural Schools

Sara McDaniel and Bradley Bloomfield, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

F14 Identifying and Addressing Disproportionate Discipline in Your Early Childhood Program

Jolenea Ferro, Myrna Veguilla, Denise Binder, Meghan von der Embse, Lise Fox, Anna Winneker, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

F15 Bridging Roles to Support Young Children with Challenging Behavior

Charis Price, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, Cheryl Light-Shriner, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL, and Dani Pizzella, University of Missouri, MO

F16 Small Towns Big Challenges: Successful Collaborative PBIS Implementation in Small Rural Communities

Karen Inglis and Victoria Hatch, CBI Consultants Ltd, Burnaby, BC

G1 Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR): A Feasible and Effective Team-Based FBA/BIP Process

Rose Iovannone, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

G2 The Tenth PBIS Film Festival: The Best Films of the Past Decade

Shanna Hirsch, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, Ashley MacSuga-Gage, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, Michael Kennedy, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, Jessica Swain-Bradway, Northwest PBIS Network, Tigard, OR

G5 Supporting Coaches in Ethical Situations: A Model for Developing Interdisciplinary Guidelines

Holly Seniuk and Kaci Fleetwood, University of Nevada Reno, Reno, NV

G9 Using Technology to Screen Teachers’ Classroom Management Skills

Nicholas Gage and Ashley MacSuga-Gage, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

G10 Aligning Academic, Behavior, and Mental Wellness Drivers to Guide a MTSS Framework

Sophia Farmer and Regina Pierce, Virginia Tiered Systems of Supports - Research and Implementation Center, Richmond, VA, Steve Tonelson, Corinne Wilson, and Amanda Working, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

G12 Using the Competing Behavior Pathway as a Progress Monitoring Tool

Stacy Morgan, Emergent Tree Education, Austin, TX

G14 Forensic Psychiatric Hospital to Community Inclusion: PBS in Practice

Kris Clark, CBI Consultants, Burnaby, BC

G15 Group Contingencies in Preschool Settings: Research and Application of an Effective Intervention

Elizabeth Pokorski and Erin Barton, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

G16 Program Evaluation and Development in Public Schools Serving Students with Autism

Todd Miller, Katie Meyer, and Daniel Martin, May Institute, Randolph, MA

H1 Addressing Students with Internalizing Needs through School-Wide PBIS

Lucille Eber, Midwest PBIS Network, Lisle, IL, Susan Barrett, Midatlantic PBIS Network, Norfolk, VA, Kelly Perales, Midwest PBIS Network, Lisle, IL

H2 Lessons Learned Implementing PBIS in High Schools: Current Trends and Future Directions

Jennifer Freeman, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

H3 One High School’s Journey to Tier 1 PBIS Development and Implementation

Ashley Rila, Allison Bruhn, Sara Estrapala, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, Lora Daily, and Justin Colbert, Liberty High School, Iowa City, IA

H4 Trainer-Leader-Coach (TLC): Critical Components of a PBIS Trainer-of-Trainer Program for School Districts

Ruth Reynoso, Birgit Lurie, and Angel Jannasch-Pennell, KOI Education, Phoenix, AZ

H5 Adult and Student Interactions in Common Areas: Preliminary Results of Direct Observation

Terry Scott and Shu-Chen Tsai, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

H6 Building State-Wide Systems to Support Teachers: Classroom Behavior Practice Coaching Model

Amy Wheeler-Sutton, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, and Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

H7 Fear Not: Tips for Integrating Culturally-Responsive and Trauma Sensitive Practices into MTSS

Nicholas Kier, Daria Lorio-Barsten, and Kara McCulloch, Training and Technical Assistance Center at William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA

H8 Building a School Improvement Model for Integrating Academic and Behavior Supports

Nancy Kueffer, Beth Rice, Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, NC, and Alisha Schiltz, Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools, Chapel Hill, NC

H10 A Tier 3 Social Skills Intervention: Connecting Assessment with Intervention

Rebecca Hartzell and Chelsea Carr, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

H11 Overcoming Obstacles to Family Engagement in Positive Behavior Support

Meme Hieneman, Positive Behavior Support Applications, Palm Harbor, FL

H12 Beyond Data Collection: Using Data to Make a Difference in Adult IDD Settings

Christine Downs and Robert Putnam, May Institute, Randolph, MA

H13 Implementation of Individualized PBS: Exploring Why Some Teachers Struggle and Others Succeed

Rachel Robertson and Anastasia Kokina, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

H14 Deconstructing Inequitable Systems: Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk

Ashley White, Therese Sandomierski, and Rebecca Webster, University of South Floirda, Tampa, FL

H15 Implementing PBIS in Juvenile Justice: Lessons Learned from One Secure Facility

Rachel Lively and Diane Myers, Texas Woman's University, Denton, TX

H16 Universal Screener - From Implementation to Student Support to Sharing Data

Christina McClain, Aleja Rambonga, Mario Montesino, and Kathy Bennett, Oakland Unified School District, Oakland, CA

I1 Managing Behavior in Non-Classroom Settings: Using the PBIS Logic for Instruction

Terrance Scott, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

I3 Impact of SWPBIS on Disciplinary Exclusions for Students with and without Disabilities

Nicholas Gage, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

I9 Unpacking and Measuring Program-Level Supports for Pyramid Model in Early Childhood Education

Christopher Vatland, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, Mary Louise Hemmeter, Erin Barton, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, Lise Fox, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

I11 Interconnecting School Mental Health and PBIS

Susan Barrett, Midatlantic PBIS Network, Norfolk, Virginia

I12 Coaching Behavior Support Strategies in Elementary Schools: What Does it Look Like?

Elizabeth Kelly, Scott Spaulding, and Carol Davis, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

I13 Positive Bus Safety System (PBSS) Implementation Across Three Districts: Methods and Outcomes

Ruth Reynoso, Karen Gifford, and Angel Jannasch-Pennell, KOI Education, Phoenix, AZ

I16 Preventing Undesired Outcomes for Adults with Autism in Community-Based Programs

Stacy Nonnemacher, PhD, and Amy Alford, M.Ed., BCBA, Office of Developmental Programs, Bureau of Autism Services, Harrisburg, PA

J1 District-Level Implementation: PBIS Training and Coaching with 90 Schools over Ten Years

Stefanie LaPolla, Loudoun County Public Schools, Ashburn, VA, and Terrance Scott, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY

J6 Rocking the Blueprint Drivers: Leveraging the Executive Functions to Sustain PBIS Implementation

Eric Kloos and Janet Christensen, Minnesota Department of Education, Roseville, MN

J7 Top Five Strategies to Include Law Enforcement in SWPBIS

Laura Zeff and James Ream, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, CA

J8 All In: Team Implementation of BIPs for Students Demonstrating High-Intensity Behaviors

Melissa Jenkins, Marisa Miranda, and Tracie Khazmo, Prince William County Public Schools, Manassas, VA

J14 Do Current Processes Improve Quality of Life? Data from Missouri Tier 3

Lucas Evans and Terri Rodgers, Missouri Department of Mental Health, Jefferson City, MO

J15 Utilizing Social Work and Behavior Consultation within a Multi-Tiered PBS Framework

Megan Berkowitz, AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter Schools, Washington, DC

J16 Positive Behavior Supports at Work: Increasing Job Retention of Employees With Autism

Alissa Brooke, Jennifer McDonough, Holly Whittenburg, and Carol Schall, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Lunch Sessions

Lunch Thursday APBS Network Lunch Session Profiling/Introducing APBS Networks

Ashley MacSuga-Gage, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL

Poster Presentations

Poster 101 A Snapshot of State-Level Guidance Regarding SWPBIS Implementation

Brittany Zakszeski, Emily Gallagher, and Nina Ventresco, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

Poster 109 Re-adoption of SWPBIS Following Abandonment: A Mixed-Methods Examination

Angus Kittelman, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX, Sarah Pinkelman, Utah State University, Logan, UT, Kent McIntosh, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

Poster 112 Using Implementation Science Methods to Facilitate Sustainability and Improve SWPBIS Program Outcomes

Chris Huzinec, Pearson Clinical, Spring, TX, and Andre Banks, Epic Decisions, Kingwood, TX

Poster 121 Team-Based Feedback within a Coaching Model: Can Efficiency be Effective?

Lyndsie Erdy, Rachel Eisenberg, and Barry McCurdy, Devereux Center for Effective Schools, King of Prussia, PA

Poster 146 Improving a Child with Autism’s Reporting of Daily Activities to Parents

Rui Chen and Kyleigh Ivory, and Lee Kern, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

Skill-building Workshops

SWK 107 Implementing a Systematic Tier 2 Framework: Adaptive Strategies Across K-12

Sara McDaniel, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, Allison Bruhn, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

SWK 109 Using Data and Building Systems to Effectively Implement and Align Current Practices

Patricia Hershfeldt, Mid Atlantic PBIS Network, Baltimore, MD, Steve Goodman, Michigan's Integrated Behavioral and Learning Support Initiative, Holland, MI,  JoAnne Malloy, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, Brigid Flannery, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

SWK 111 Prevent-Teach-Reinforce (PTR): An Evidence-Based FBA/BIP Process for School Teams

Rose Iovannone, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

SWK 112 Establishing Relationships: Blending Proactive Restorative Practices into Your PBIS Framework

Lauren Evanovich and Stephanie Martinez, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL

SWK 201 Empowering Parents to Implement Function-Based Strategies within Family Routines

Meme Hieneman, Positive Behavior Support Applications, Palm Harbor, FL