13th Annual NEPBIS Leadership Forum Materials

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KEYNOTE SESSIONS

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Erika McDowell, Wildflower Schools and Black Wildflower Fund

Brandi Simonsen, University of Connecticut

Mind the (Triangle) Gap…

Positive Behavior Support in the Classroom

THURSDAY SESSIONS

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Morning Sessions

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Afternoon Sessions

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Afternoon Sessions

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Talking to Adults about PBIS: A Simplified and Logical Process

Terry Scott, University of Louisville

Talking to Adults about PBIS

 

The Impact of Classroom Inclusion on Educational Outcomes and Youth Connectedness: Findings from a Four-Year Study
Supporting H.S. Youth Through Implementation of Tier 3 at a Student-Level and a School-Level

Margie Borawska, Concord High School

Bring Emotional Well-Being into a Kid’s World with Feel Your Best Self

Sandra M. Chafouleas, Sophie Hall, Rabbaca Torres, and Emily Wicks, University of Connecticut

Bring Emotional Well-Being into a Kid’s World

Culture Shift: Adapting SW-PBIS to Meet Your Evolving School Culture

Joanna Frankel and Chris Reiger, Portland Public Schools

Culture Shift

Applying the Power of Person-Centered Planning to Engage Youth

Kathy Francoeur, University of New Hampshire and Nicole Quinn, Seacoast Mental Health Center

Applying the Power of Person-Centered Planning

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Establishing a State-Wide Advanced Tiers Coaching Network

Sarah Wilkinson, University of Southern Maine and Courtney Angelosante, University of Maine

Cultivating Collaborative Networks: Empowering Novice Teachers through University-Driven Communities of Practice

Janet VanLone, Bucknell University

Cultivating Collaborative Networks

Improving the Effectiveness and Efficiency of School Services through Classroom PBIS

Nicole Peterson, University of Connecticut and Bob Putnam, May Institute

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Grounding in Implementation Science to Uplift Tier 2 Systems Across the District

Kathy Francoeur and Melissa Cassavaugh, University of New Hampshire; Nicole Merrigan and Katy Keough, Rochester School District

Grounding in Implemntation Science to Uplift..

Using a Mindfulness Elective as a Tier 1 Intervention in an Urban High School

Scott Silverman and Brendan Walsh, New York City Department of Education

Using a Mindfulness Elective as a Tier 1 Intervention

Can We Talk About PBIS Without Race? The Intersectionality of PBIS and Culturally Responsive Practices.

Typhanie Jackson, Monica Abbott, Johanna Samberg Champion, William Scott, Maciel Filpo and Mary Sullivan, New Haven Public Schools

Can We Talk About PBIS Without Race?

PBIS Skills Beyond High School: A Special Education Youth Perspective on Transition

Sarah A. Rosati, University of Connecticut; Ryan Bird, Landmark College

PBIS Skills Beyond High School

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What’s Really Happening with Behavior in Schools? A Survey of Educators

Sarah Wilkinson, University of Southern Maine; Gretchen Schiebel, University of Kansas

 

Launching High School Implementation: Considerations and Reflections

Beth Custer, Gizem Tanol, Michelle Mead and Sharon Lohrmann, NJ PBSIS

Addressing Your Classroom through Equitable Practices

Erika McDowell, Wildflower Schools and Black Wildflower Fund

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Supporting Implementation of Advanced Tiers

Katie Meyer, University of Connecticut; Kelly Williamson and Meredith Derian-Toth, Southbridge Public Schools

Supporting Implementation of Advanced Tiers

Enhancing Intervention Integration through a Whole Child Lens

Kathleen M. Williamson, Jessica B. Koslouski and Sandra M. Chafouleas, University of Connecticut

Enhancing Intervention INtegration through a Whole Child Lens

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The Blind Spot: Understanding and Using Data (and Data Systems) to Address Discipline Disproportionality

Kim Traverso and Keryn Felder, CT-SDE; Wendy Johns, Waterbury Public Schools

The Blind Spot- Understanding and Using Data

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We Are Here: Addressing Language & Communication Access Barriers for Youth and Families

Heidi Cloutier and JoAnne Malloy, University of New Hampshire; Eva Castillo, New Hampshire Alliance for Immigrants and Refugees

We Are Here

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Creating Crosswalks of Tier 1 Interventions: PBIS, SEL and TIP

Stacie Kropp and Elizabeth Farr Carey, Lansing Central School District

Creating Crosswalks of Tier 1 Interventions

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A PBIS Approach to Improving Equity in Public Schools

Chelsea Salvatore and Bob Putnam, May Institute

A PBIS Approach to Improving Equity in Public Schools

FRIDAY SESSIONS

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Using District Support to Promote Implementation: An NEPBIS Districts of Distinction Panel

NEPBIS Districts of Distinction

Using Dstrict Support to Promote Implementation

Integrated School-Community Behavioral Health: Innovative Practices, Tool Development, and Lessons Learned
Integrating Restorative Practices in MTSS

Jennifer Francisco, Liz Terrell-Riley and Laura Rutherford, Devereux Center for Effective Schools

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Crushing the Performance Gap: Drilling Down into Tier 1 Data

Alan Cook, University of Oregon

Crushing the Performance Gap

Embedding Tier 1 Practices into School-wide, Community Building Events in High School

Caitlin Scot and Idalisa Roman, Greenburgh North Castle UFSD

Embedding Tier 1 Practices into School-wide

Using a PBIS Framework to Pull Trauma-Informed,, SEL and Restorative Approaches into a Cohesive System of Support

Anne Marie C. Jordan, University of Maine

Using a PBIS Framework to Pull Trauma-Informed..

From the Oceans to the Mountains: Elevating Voice for School Improvement

Samantha Brinz and Rosemary Reilly-Chammat, Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; Amy Wheeler-Sutton and Cassandra Townsend, University of Vermont

From the Oceans to the Mountains

Embedding Tier 1 Practices into School-Wide, Community Building Events in High School

Caitlin Scott and Idalisa Roman, Greenburgh North Castle UFSD

Using a PBIS Framework to Pull Trauma-Informed, SEL and Restorative Approaches into a Cohesive System of Support

Anne Marie C. Jordan, University of Maine

From the Oceans to the Mountains: Elevating Voice for School Improvement

Samantha Brinz and Rosemary Reilly-Chammat, Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; Amy Wheeler-Sutton and Cassandra Townsend, University of Vermont