PBIS Series

PBIS Series

LEADERSHIP

PBIS Series: New PBIS Team/New Team Leader Overview

Audience: New members of the PBIS Team and new PBIS team leaders

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): PBIS Department Coordinator and Specialists (Angela Hernandez is contact)

Course Description: Are you new to your campus PBIS team or not sure how to serve in your role as  the team leader? Join us to clarify the function of a campus PBIS team and the role of each team member.  Also learn how you impact the 4 core feature of PBIS.

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PBIS Series: Overview for Administrators

Audience: Campus and District Administrators

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): PBIS Department Coordinator and Specialists (Angela Hernandez is contact)

Course Description: Wanting to learn how to best support your faculty and staff in the implementation of PBIS? Join us to clarify the function of a campus PBIS team and the role of each team member. Also learn how you impact the 4 core features of PBIS and through the use of coaching tools, can support teachers with PBIS in the Classroom Big 6 practices.

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PBIS Series: PBIS in the Math Classroom

Audience: 5th - 12th Grade Departmental Math Teachers

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): Tiffany LeGrand, Instructional Mathematics Specialist

Course Description: Gain a deeper understanding of how to implement PBIS evidence-based instruction and management practices within the math classroom.  Focus on four “Big 6” practices from PBIS in the Classroom: Culture, Structure, Interaction, and Reinforcement. Discover how to utilize the evidence-based practices of Culture, Structure, Interaction, and Reinforce classroom management daily to maximize academic and behavioral performance for all students.

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PBIS Series: PBIS for New Teacher Expert

Audience: PBIS Liaison for New Teachers

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): PBIS Department Coordinator and Specialists (Angela Hernandez is contact)

Course Description: Eager to grow and develop new teachers? Are you the campus-identified PBIS team member(s) assigned to the role of PBIS for New Teacher Expert? Join us and learn the function of the PBIS for New Teacher Expert. Using a TOT model, liaisons will explore and practice presenting PBIS in the Classroom facilitated activities and gain tips and tools for delivering engaging PL for adult learners.

Prerequisite:  View all PBIS in the Classroom Modules.  Use this link to access the modules provided for your campus.

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PBIS Series: PBIS Behavior Expert

Audience: Campus PBIS Team Members

Credit Hours: 3

Presenter(s): PBIS Department Coordinator and Specialists (Angela Hernandez is contact)

Course Description: Looking to hone your behavior knowledge?  Wanting to learn more about advanced behavior principles and intervention practices?  Join us to learn more about common functions of behavior and how to synthesize multiple sources of data for intervention planning.

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PBIS Series: PBIS Tier 2 Academy

Audience: By invitation only

Credit Hours: 12

Presenter(s): PBIS Department Coordinator and Specialists (Angela Hernandez is contact)

Course Description: Layer up your PBIS skill set by learning how to implement PBIS Tier 2 systems.  Attendees will work collaboratively with their team members to install all 3 features of Tier 2, utilize data systems and processes, and experience an in-depth practice session with district-identified interventions.

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PBIS Series: Stop Reacting and Start Responding! -- Schoolwide Restorative Practices for Campus Administrators

Audience: Campus and District Leaders

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): National Educators for Restorative Practice

Course Description: Educators are looking for effective ways to improve student behaviors and build relationships with millennial learners. School administrators are looking for alternative strategies to traditional discipline and suspension in order to hold students accountable for their actions and receive some type of consequence. Join us for an in-depth look at the practical applications of restorative practices being utilized in a differentiated discipline approach that does not totally abandon our traditional mindset. We will help administrators change their focus from reacting to responding when dealing with student discipline.

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PBIS Series: Schoolwide Restorative Practices Implementation (Day 1 of 4)

Audience: By invitation only

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): National Educators for Restorative Practices (NEDRP)

Course Description: Learn how to utilize a restorative mindset to positively impact school and classroom climate and culture.  Designated campus leaders will experience, practice and learn how to plan for the implementation of various relational strategies within the restorative practices (RP) continuum.

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  • June 24th   8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301a
  • June 26th   8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301a

PBIS Series: Schoolwide Restorative Practices Implementation (Day 2 of 4)

Audience: By invitation only

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): National Educators for Restorative Practices (NEDRP)

Course Description:  Learn how to utilize a restorative mindset to positively impact school and classroom climate and culture.  Designated campus leaders will experience, practice and learn how to plan for the implementation of various relational strategies within the restorative practices (RP) continuum.

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  • June 25th   8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301a
  • June 27th   8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301b

PBIS Series: Schoolwide Restorative Practices Implementation (Day 3 of 4)

Audience: By invitation only

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): National Educators for Restorative Practices (NEDRP)

Course Description: Serve your campus as an RP Trainer by utilizing your restorative mindset to positively impact school and classroom climate and culture. Designated campus leaders will utilize a trainer-of-trainers model to experience, practice and learn how to plan for the implementation of various relational strategies within the restorative practices (RP) continuum.

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  • July 15th    8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301b
  • July 17th    8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301a

PBIS Series: Schoolwide Restorative Practices Implementation (Day 4 of 4)

Audience: By invitation only

Credit Hours: 6

Presenter(s): National Educators for Restorative Practices (NEDRP)

Course Description: Serve your campus as an RP Trainer by utilizing your restorative mindset to positively impact school and classroom climate and culture. Designated campus leaders will utilize a trainer-of-trainers model to experience, practice and learn how to plan for the implementation of various relational strategies within the restorative practices (RP) continuum.

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  • July 16th    8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301b
  • July 18th    8:30 - 4:00  PDC 301a
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