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2018:

Annual VTPBIS Leadership Forum – October 11, 2018

Opening Remarks 2018

Keynote:

First Steps, Next Steps, and Missteps: What I’ve Learned from Training Teachers in Class-Wide PBIS Diane Myers, Associate Professor of Special Education at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas

Morning Workshops:

A. Introduction to PBIS within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (Part One)

B. Classroom Management for Exceptional Learners – Diane Myers

C. VTPBIS Coordinators Learning and Networking Meeting

D. Beyond CICO: Expanding your Targeted Inventory of Interventions and Supports – Ashley Creighton

E. Building Buy-in and Momentum in Your PBIS Implementation – Rebecca Lallier

F. Classroom Behavior Practice Coaching Cohort 1 and Cohort 2 meeting – Brandi Simonsen

G. Restorative Practices within a PBIS Framework – Amy Wheeler-Sutton

H. Function-Based Thinking As a Method for Understanding and Responding to Problem Behavior – Cortney Keene and Jeremy Tretiak

I. Universal Screening for Behavior and Implications for Interventions – Sherry Schoenberg, Michaela Wisell, and Nick DeVita

Ignite Sessions or Team Time (optional):

Lessons Learned from VTPBIS Exemplar Schools

Tier III

SWIS Office Hours

Introduction to Classroom Behavior Practice Coaching Opportunity

Team Time

Afternoon Workshops:

J. Introduction to PBIS within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (Part Two)

K. VTPBIS Coordinators Learning and Networking Meeting

L. Integrating Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and PBIS – Rebecca Lallier

M. Bullying Prevention in a PBIS School – Deb Smith – CANCELLED

N. Help Create Vermont’s PBIS Strategic Plan – Kim Yanek and Representatives from the VTPBIS State Team

0. Maximizing the Effectiveness of your PBIS Team Meetings – Bonnie Poe

P. Building a Better Behavior Support Plan – Cortney Keene and Jeremy Tretiak

Q. How to Start a Successful Adult-to Youth Mentoring Program in Your School – Chad Butt and Amy Johnston

 

2017:

Annual VTPBIS Leadership Forum – October 10, 2017

Keynote: Lucille Eber

Morning Workshops:

A. Introduction to PBIS within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (Part One)

B. Building Capacity for Effective Mental Health/PBIS School Partnerships

C. VTPBIS Coordinators Learning and Networking Meeting

D. Classroom Behavior Practice Coaching (CPBC) Cohort 1 Meeting (*only for educators previously trained as CPBCs

E. Restorative Practices within a PBIS Framework – Part 1

F. The Pyramid Model (for Pre-K through Grade 3) Meets PBIS

G. Administrators: The Key to PBIS Sustainability

H. Function-Based Thinking As a Method for Understanding and Responding to Problem Behavior

I. Targeted/Intensive Level Networking

Table Talks:

Team-Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS)

Act 264

PBIS in Middle/High School Settings

Resources for Trauma-Informed Schools

Afternoon Workshops:

J. Introduction to PBIS within a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (Part Two)

K. VTPBIS Coordinators Learning and Networking Meeting

L. Introduction to VTPBIS Classroom Behavior Practice Coaching Opportunity

M. Restorative Practices within a PBIS Framework – Part 2

N. PBIS and Responsive Classroom

0. Using the Vermont Early Learning Standards Developing Self (Pre-K through Grade 3) as a Roadmap to Guide Intentional Teaching

P. Family Engagement Across the Tiers

Q. Building a Better Behavior Support Plan – An Individualized Consultation Opportunity