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Sessions

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Instruction and Management Big Ideas for All Tiers, All Classes, All Domains, All Students, All Educators

Dr. Anita Archer

Session Block One (9:45 — 11:00 a.m.)

Room A

Foundations of Trauma Informed Care

Jessica Pedersen, Seth Burke, Warm Springs K-8 Academy, 509J Schools

Room B

Writing to Learn: Short Writing in the Content Areas

Dr. Anita Archer

Room C

(No Session Scheduled)

Room D

Deepening your understanding of PBIS practices – A session for Newbies, Coaches and Reluctant Adopters

Ben Smith, Northwest Regional ESD

Room E

Behavioral Contracts: How to Get What You Want By Giving Them What They Want

Juan Rafael Mesa, Lindsay Glugatch, University of Oregon

Room F

Maintaining Reductions in Problem Behavior

Paul Meng, University of Oregon

Room G

Administrator Session: Leadership to Maximize SW-PBIS

Chris Borgmeier, Portland State University, and Verne Ferguson

Room H

Helping students DO what they KNOW

Lisa Sequeira, Triangle Lake Charter School

Room I

What’s the Function? Identifying Challenging Behaviors: Impacts in the Early Childhood and Elementary Classroom

Sloan Storie, Allaina Douglas, University of Oregon

Room J

The Positive Bus Experience – Bringing PBIS to the Drivers

Pam Halvick, Pam Halvick Consultation & Training

Session Block Two (11:10 a.m. — 12:25 p.m.)

Room A

PBIS and the Integration of Restorative Justice, Self-Regulation, Trauma-Informed Practices, and Social and Emotional Learning

Tracy Reynolds, Bend LaPine Schools

Room B

Supporting Gender Diversity

Brianna Stiller PhD and Sarah Swofford, School District 4J, Eugene, OR

Room C

Collaborative Conversations

Dean Richards, Bend LaPine Schools and ORTI

Room D

What Happens After You Drink the Kool-Aid?: An Introduction to Implementation of PBIS

Mara Lynaugh, Hood River County Schools

Room E

How Did Humpty Dumpty Get Back Up Again? Growth Mindset and SEL for PreK-3rd

Dr. Kendra Coates, High Desert ESD

Room F

Planning comprehensive Tier 2- Secondary level supports: Matching student need to programs

Ben Smith, Northwest Regional ESD

Room G

Administrator Session: Leadership to Maximize SW-PBIS

Chris Borgmeier, Portland State University, and Verne Ferguson

Room H

Progress Monitoring at Tier 2: Collecting and Analyzing Data for Targeted Supports

Katie Conley and Celeste Rossetto Dickey, University of Oregon

Room I

PBIS Assessment: Using No-Cost, Valid and Reliable Surveys to Improve PBIS Implementation at Your School

Bert Eliason, University of Oregon

Room J

Bus and Behavior: The Challenges We Face

Michelle Massar, Charisse Elliott, Salem-Keizer Public Schools

Session Block Three (1:25 — 2:40 p.m.)

Room A

QPR Suicide Prevention Training

Phu Nguyen, Devan Larsen, St. Charles Health System

Room B

Sensory Processing in the School Setting

Katie Dietz, High Desert ESD

Room C

Getting Started in Your School or Classroom Assessing and Improving Racial Equity

Eoin Bastable, Doctoral Candidate, University of Oregon

Room D

Check In Check Out: A Tier 2 Intervention

Mara Lynaugh, Hood River County Schools

Room E

More Than A Set of Symptoms

Catherine Alene, COIC Alternative High School

Room F

Promoting Equity in School Discipline

Paul M. Meng, University of Oregon

Room G

Classroom Management Secrets for Substitute Teachers

Katrina Ayres, Positive Teaching Strategies

Room H

The Heart of PBIS: Teaching Expectations and Acknowledgement Systems

Danielle Triplett, University of Oregon

Room I

The Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) – One Assessment for all Tiers and it’s FREE!

Celeste Rossetto Dickey, Bert Eliason, University of Oregon

Room J

Before & After: How and When to Use Preference Assessments & Reinforcement Inventories

Juan Rafael Mesa, Lindsay Glugatch, University of Oregon

Session Block Four (2:50 — 4:05 p.m.)

Room A

School Wide Implementation of Trauma Informed Practices: The Voices of Experience

Rick Robinson, PhD

Room B

Educators and Toxic Stress

Amy Yillik, Bend LaPine Schools, Bend Senior High and Amy Sabbadini, OSU Cascades

Room C

Promoting School Success for LGBTQ Students: A Panel Discussion

Kathy McCollum, HDESD and Nole Kennedy, Bend LaPine Schools

Room D

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as primary prevention for addressing challenging student behavior

Lisa Bateman, Oregon Department of Education

Room E

Integrating SEL and Mindfulness Into the Classroom

Heidi Thomas, Jenny White and Amy Stringer, Bend LaPine Schools

Room F

Why Discipline Exclusions Are Ineffective, And What To Do Instead – Practical Classroom Management Strategies That Work

Katrina Ayres, Positive Teaching Strategies

Room G

An Introduction to Collaborative Problem Solving: Children do well if they Can

Jake Slodki, Shannon Purgerude, Bend La Pine School District

Room H

Zones of Regulation

Susan Zenor, Alyssa Vansyckel, High Desert ESD

Room H

Classroom Data Hero: Using PBIS Data at the Teacher Level

Katie Conley and Celeste Rossetto Dickey, University of Oregon

Room J

Using a three-tiered FBA model to support students, teachers, and families

Michelle Massar, Charisse Elliott, Salem-Keizer Public Schools

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