PBIS Leadership Conference '20

Schedule

  • 10 August
  • 11 August
  • 12 August

Welcome and Introductions

08:30 AM 09:00 AM

Jill Sharp

Keynote 1: Keeping Our Commitment to All Learners: Every Day. Every Child.

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

Rhonda Nese

A1—Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline Through Inclusive Practices

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Rhonda Nese

Emilie O'Connor

A2—Developing a Common Understanding of Mental Health Terms Within Your e-MLSS

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Jill Kufalk

Rachel Saladis

A3—5 Steps to Creating Positive Classroom Environments

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Yuliana Manriquez

Michelle Polzin

B1—Common Pitfalls PBIS Teams Encounter and How to Overcome Them

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Emilie O'Connor

Liz Ponto

B2—Nurture Students’ Mental Wellness Through the Creation of Safe and Predictable Environments

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Karen  O'Donnell

Stephanie Skolasinski

B3—I Used to Hate PBIS

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Milaney Leverson

Kent Smith

C1.1—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Kao Moua Her

Dan Seaman

C1.2—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Michelle Polzin

Rachel Saladis

C3—District Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Dave Kunelius

Heidi Laabs

C2—Secondary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Jill Koenitzer

Kamēwanukiw Paula Rabideaux

Keynote 2: Adult Wellness and Establishing a School-Wide System of Self-Care

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

Ami Flammini

D1—Data-Based Decision Making and Trauma

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Heidi Erstad

Ami Flammini

D2—Actions to Ensure an Efficient, Effective, and Equitable Tier 2 System

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Stephanie Dyer

Stephanie Skolasinski

D3—Natural Integration of Academic and Behavior Skills Happen in the Classroom (part 1 of 2 in a series)

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Jennifer Grenke

Kao Moua Her

E1—Integrating Trauma-Informed Practices

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Heidi Erstad

Ami Flammini

E2— Create a Dynamic Tier 2 Professional Learning Plan for the Entire Staff

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Emilie O'Connor

Liz Ponto

E3— Natural Integration of Academic and Behavior Skills Happen in the Classroom (part 2 of 2 in a series)

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Jill Kufalk

Dave Kunelius

F1.1—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Yuliana Manriquez

Dan Seaman

F1.2—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Milaney Leverson

Kent Smith

F2—Secondary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Michelle Polzin

Kamēwanukiw Paula Rabideaux

F3—District Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Deidra Gorman

Kathy  Myles

G1—That Was Then—the Future is Now; Current Tier 1 Best Practices (FULL DAY)

09:00 AM 02:15 PM

Deidra Gorman

Jennifer Grenke

Stephanie Skolasinski

G2—High School Social Emotional Re-entry: Returning to Reality

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

Jill Koenitzer

Michelle Polzin

G3—Supporting Students with Intensive Needs—Strategies That Should Be Part of Any Intervention

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

Dave Kunelius

Rachel Saladis

H2—Game Changers for Systematizing Team Effectiveness

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Yuliana Manriquez

Kathy  Myles

H3—Systems Work for Those Who Build Them: Ensuring Success for All Students

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Milaney Leverson

Kent Smith

I2—Is My System Cheating on Me? Questions to Ask and Info to Examine If You’re Concerned

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Jill Koenitzer

Milaney Leverson

I3—Master Strategies to Defeat Persistent Behavioral Error

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Karen  O'Donnell

Rachel Saladis

J1.1—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Kao Moua Her

Jill Kufalk

J1.2—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Kathy  Myles

Karen  O'Donnell

J2—Secondary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Kamēwanukiw Paula Rabideaux

Kent Smith

J3—District Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Heidi Laabs

Liz Ponto

Speakers

Ami Flammini

Technical assistance and training director
Midwest PBIS Network
Ami has a master’s degree in social work and has been practicing for twenty-five years as a licensed clinical social worker. She has fifteen years of experience working in rural and urban schools, ten years training and consulting with an emphasis on positive school culture designed to support our most vulnerable youth, and six years as a psychotherapist with a focus on adolescent girls.

Her post-graduate training has been in the Health Realization model. She completed a Constructive Living Teacher Certification program in Morita and Naikan therapy and 40-hours at Harvard Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Clinic created by Jon Kabat-Zinn. Ami has completed Motivational Interviewing training with a MINT trainer and PATH/MAP training. Ami’s out of the box thinking to identify and then move beyond perceived obstacles is crucial to her work with the Midwest PBIS Network. Ami loves yoga.

11 August

11 August

11 August

Dan Seaman

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Dan is a regional technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center. He serves the East region (CESAs 6, 7, 8) and has an emphasis on academic implementation of a multi-level system of supports. This is his fourth year with the center and prior to this role, he was a nationally certified school psychologist for 10 years.

10 August

11 August

Dave Kunelius

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center

10 August

11 August

12 August

Deidra Gorman

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center

11 August

12 August

Emilie O'Connor

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Emilie is a technical assistance coordinator in the Southeast region and a Tier 2 Trainer with the Wisconsin RtI Center. She received an M.S.W. from UW-Milwaukee and has focused her practice in traditional school social work roles as well as PBIS external coaching and special education program support. 

10 August

10 August

11 August

Heidi Erstad

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Throughout my career in Wisconsin, I have served as a classroom teacher (all grades Kindergarten to 8th), instructional and technology resource teacher, a staff development consultant, Gifted and Talented Coordinator, Director of Instruction, Research and Evaluation Coordinator, and adjunct instructor. I am currently a Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center, helping schools to implement a multi-level system of support for the success of all of the students they serve. After 30 years in the field, I am still inspired by the opportunity we have as educators to make a profound and lasting difference in the lives of others

11 August

11 August

Heidi Laabs

Technical Assistant Coaching Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Heidi currently serves as leadership and coaching coordinator at the Wisconsin RtI Center. Prior to joining the Center in 2011, she worked in the School District of Waukesha for more than 30 years as a teacher, assistant principal, principal and assistant superintendent. She facilitates the RtI Center's Leadership and Coaching training in various locations around the state of Wisconsin.

10 August

12 August

Jennifer Grenke

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Jennifer has been regional technical assistance coordinator at the Wisconsin RtI Center for six years. As a Tier 1 trainer and a Family Engagement statewide team member, she enjoys assisting Wisconsin schools to develop and sustain a culturally responsive multi-level system of support to ensure the success for all students. This is Jennifer's 27th year in education. As a CESA 8 WSPEI coordinator for 14 years, she built positive relationships between schools and families. In this role, she learned about PBIS and the impact it makes on the success for students. Jennifer's passion is to create a successful school experience for students, families and school staff. Her PBIS experience includes external coaching for six school districts, SWIS trainer/facilitator, Tier 1 trainer and Family Engagement statewide professional development.

11 August

12 August

Jill Koenitzer

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Jill has been a technical assistance coordinator with the Wisconsin RtI Center since 2011. She specializes in academic and middle/high school implementation. Prior to her time at the Center, she was an elementary principal, high school dean of students, high school at risk coordinator, activities director, and English teacher.

10 August

12 August

12 August

Jill Kufalk

Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Jill Kufalk brings over 25 years of experience in education to her role as a technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center. Previously, she served as the administrator of an early learning center and as a program support teacher of professional development for the Special Education department in the Madison Metropolitan School District.

A board member of the Wisconsin chapter of ADI, Jill also worked as a trainer/facilitator and coach for several reading programs. She also spent 17 years as a classroom in the Monona Grove School District. Jill holds a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education.

10 August

11 August

12 August

Jill Sharp

Assistant director - behavior
Wisconsin RtI Center

10 August

Kamēwanukiw Paula Rabideaux

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Paula is a member of the Menominee Nation and her Menominee name, Kamēwanukiw, translates to Rainwoman. Paula holds a bachelor's degree in American Indian studies and a bachelor's degree in marketing. She is currently completing her degree in early childhood/elementary education.

Currently as a culturally responsive practices technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center, Paula works to assist schools across the state of Wisconsin to help them understand and develop practices to better reach and teach Native American students.

10 August

11 August

12 August

Kao Moua Her

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Kao Moua Her is a technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center. Prior to this role, Kao Moua worked as a literacy coach, English language resource teacher, and first grade teacher.

10 August

11 August

12 August

Karen O'Donnell

Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Karen O'Donnell is a technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center. In this role, Karen builds district capacity in the Equitable Multi Level System of Supports. Prior roles include: principal, executive director, curriculum director and science teacher in both virtual and face to face formats, for a total of 17 years in education.

10 August

12 August

12 August

Kathy Myles

Coaching Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center

11 August

12 August

12 August

Kent Smith

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Kent is a social worker by training, having been a child abuse investigator and in-home family therapist before moving his practice into schools. Kent was a school social worker (and PBIS coach, coordinator and trainer) for 15 years before joining the Wisconsin RtI Center as a PBIS technical assistance coordinator (TAC). In this role, Kent trains and supports schools primarily in the areas of PBIS and culturally responsive practices.

10 August

11 August

12 August

12 August

Liz Ponto

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Liz Ponto is a regional technical assistance coordinator for the South region, encompassing CESAs 2, 3, and 5. Prior to working for the RtI Center, she served as a middle school art teacher where she had the opportunity to work with all types of students. Her interest in PBIS began with an affinity for helping at-risk students. She served as a PBIS internal coach at the middle school level and then as a PBIS external coach for the Baraboo School District.

10 August

11 August

12 August

Michelle Polzin

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Michelle has been a technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center since 2010. She provides training and technical support to schools and districts in the East region of the state. Her areas of focus are on high school/secondary school systems, early warning systems, Tier 1 universal, Tier 2 with a high school emphasis, and integrated behavioral and academic systems.

10 August

10 August

11 August

12 August

Milaney Leverson

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Milaney is a technical assistance coordinator with the Wisconsin RtI Center.  She supports schools implementing PBIS in the West region of the state, including schools in CESAs 4, 10, and 11. Milaney is a statewide PBIS trainer at Tiers 1 and 2. She is also a member of the Wisconsin RtI Center's Culturally Responsive Practices team, which provides statewide trainings and supports to build equitable systems in schools. Prior to working at the center, Milaney was a school psychologist and external PBIS coach.

10 August

11 August

12 August

12 August

Rachel Saladis

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Rachel Saladis is a technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center, supporting schools in the Southern region of the state in their work around PBIS. Additionally, Rachel provides training across the state, through the PBIS Network, at Tiers 1, 2, and 3. Rachel’s background is in special education; she has taught EBD and cross categorical special education in both self-contained and fully inclusive settings and has facilitated wraparound and FBA/BIP with families and students in grades K-12.

10 August

10 August

12 August

12 August

Rhonda Nese

Assistant professor in the department of SpecialEducation and Clinical Sciences
University of Oregon
Rhonda Nese, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Clinical Sciences at the University of Oregon and a Principal Investigator within Educational and Community Supports, a research unit housed in the College of Education.

Dr. Nese currently serves as the Director of an IES grant to develop an instructional alternative to exclusionary discipline, and Co-Principal Investigator on two additional IES grants to identify factors that predict implementation and sustainability of evidence-based practices, and to develop technology to improve online learning for educators.

She also provides technical assistance to state, district, and school level teams across the nation on preventative practices, including addressing implicit bias in school discipline, effective classroom behavior management strategies, bullying prevention, and alternatives to exclusionary discipline practices through the OSEP-funded National TA-Center on PBIS.

10 August

10 August

Stephanie Dyer

Content Specialist
Michigan's Multi-Tiered System of Support

11 August

Stephanie Skolasinski

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center
Since starting with the Center in July 2014, it has become my passion to ensure equitable education for all students by assisting schools and districts in building their capacity to develop and sustain a culturally responsive multi-level system of support.

10 August

11 August

12 August

Yuliana Manriquez

Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator
Wisconsin RtI Center

10 August

11 August

12 August

Welcome and Introductions

08:30 AM 09:00 AM

This is the same link and call in information as the keynote.

Session Link: https://wisconsinrticenter.zoom.us/j/93225260621

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Via Phone: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 932 2526 0621

Speakers

Keynote 1: Keeping Our Commitment to All Learners: Every Day. Every Child.

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

The true foundation of PBIS is built on relationships, caring, and seeing our most vulnerable students as the ones we need to invest in the most.

This is the same link and call in information as the welcome and introductions.

Session Link: https://wisconsinrticenter.zoom.us/j/93225260621

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Via Phone: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 932 2526 0621

Speakers

A1—Disrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline Through Inclusive Practices

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

We’ll share an alternative to exclusion intervention that holds promise for improving student-teacher relationships and skills, and reducing subsequent removals from instruction.

Access to Live Session: https://wisconsinrticenter.zoom.us/j/92161763728

Experiencing audio or connection issues?
Call in Via Phone: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 921 6176 3728

Session survey: 
https://bit.ly/2MPALW


Speakers

Systemic implementation
Universal level of support

A2—Developing a Common Understanding of Mental Health Terms Within Your e-MLSS

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

One important first step in systems change is developing common language. Gain an understanding of mental health terms and acronyms embedded within an equitable, multi-level system of supports (E-MLSS), and learn practical ways to build systemic shared language with stakeholders.

Access to live session:
https://wisconsinrticenter.zoom.us/j/97918144780

Experiencing audio or connection issues?
Call in Via Phone: 646-558-656
Meeting ID: 979 1814 4780

Session survey:
https://bit.ly/3DVUMP

Speakers

Positive culture
Universal level of support

A3—5 Steps to Creating Positive Classroom Environments

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

For optimal social, emotional, and academic learning, it is critical to create safe, supportive, and predictable classroom environments. This is especially important after students experience disruptions to normal school attendance routines. To kick the school year off, schools need to identify and prioritize universal, proactive classroom practices that are aligned to students’ social-emotional needs. Participants will learn how to use a team-based model that focuses on helping staff consistently implement these practices to support all students.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3LRYGM

Session Link: https://wisconsinrticenter.zoom.us/j/93339326457

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Via Phone: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 933 3932 6457

Speakers

Shared leadership
Systemic implementation

B1—Common Pitfalls PBIS Teams Encounter and How to Overcome Them

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Learn to identify and avoid common traps PBIS teams often fall prey to and discover how to effectively support and sustain implementation. Participants will identify current responsibilities and ways of working as a team, highlight potential next steps for refinement, and create a plan to share key information with their PBIS team.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3GKELN

Session Link: https://wisconsinrticenter.zoom.us/j/94573401418

Experiencing audio or connection issues?
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Via Phone: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 945 7340 1418

Speakers

Positive culture

B2—Nurture Students’ Mental Wellness Through the Creation of Safe and Predictable Environments

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Positive relationships reduce the need for the brain to search for threat. In the classroom, educators need practical strategies to build trusting relationships and safe environments to nurture students’ mental wellness—which enables academic success. Participants will learn mental wellness practices connected to a universal system, identify at least two practices to enhance learning, and create next steps for implementation.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3GN3FD

Speakers

Positive culture
Shared leadership

B3—I Used to Hate PBIS

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Do you hear comments like: “They should already know how to do this!,” “A poster’s not going to fix it!,” or “Why do we have to give out tickets?” We’ll feature stories of former PBIS-doubters and provide ideas of how to respond to naysayers in your building or district.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/2XQNB6L

Speakers

C1.1—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

C1.2—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

C3—District Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

C2—Secondary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

Keynote 2: Adult Wellness and Establishing a School-Wide System of Self-Care

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

Education is a helping profession that can be associated with compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and burnout. Focusing on staff self-care is critical and school-wide cultures need to reflect and value self-care. We’ll provide self-care strategies, and discuss systems and data to support a culture that promotes compassion resilience among staff.

Session Link: https://wisconsinrticenter.zoom.us/j/93576377802

Experiencing audio or connection issues?
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Via Phone: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 935 7637 7802

Speakers

D1—Data-Based Decision Making and Trauma

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Are you installing trauma-informed practices within an equitable, multi-level system of supports framework and struggling to measure implementation and impact? We’ll help you assess current data points your school is already monitoring. Learn how to support your team by developing a comprehensive evaluation plan which includes data points for fidelity, outcomes, and perceptions of students, staff, and families.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/2MQNOP

Speakers

Equity
Strategic use of data

D2—Actions to Ensure an Efficient, Effective, and Equitable Tier 2 System

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Discover how we can move beyond talking about student needs to identifying student needs and matching students to intervention. We’ll cover how developing an intervention grid provides a foundational means to ensure efficient, effective, and equitable student access to tier 2 intervention supports. We’ll practice using an intervention grid and schools and districts will develop their own—resulting in a systematic process for identifying students, using data to guide intervention decisions, and establishing flow of communication.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3DUDH4N

Speakers

Collaboration
High quality instruction

D3—Natural Integration of Academic and Behavior Skills Happen in the Classroom (part 1 of 2 in a series)

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Explore tier 1 evidence-based strategies that can be used next week! Learn how student achievement can be impacted by the systemic implementation of an agreed upon instructional framework that integrates social emotional, and behavioral expectations and skills. Students, staff, and families will benefit from an aligned and integrated system driven by evidence-based strategies that breaks down silos, builds collective efficacy, and supports sustainability. Part 1 of 2—next in series is session E3.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/2U3BRL

Speakers

E1—Integrating Trauma-Informed Practices

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

School-wide PBIS practices are inextricably linked with classroom management practices. This link is even more important for students who have experienced (or are experiencing) trauma. Our focus will be on the integration of trauma and classroom management. A matrix to help integration and specific examples of practices will be shared.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3RBNPT

Speakers

Continuum of supports
Systemic implementation

E2— Create a Dynamic Tier 2 Professional Learning Plan for the Entire Staff

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Effective and efficient tier 2 interventions require the entire staff to play a role. When teams know the essential components of a professional learning plan, they gain the prowess to transfer that learning to make improvements, build capacity, and sustain implementation. We’ll share key strategies that include the entire staff in the professional learning plan for tier 2 interventions.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3DVSPB

Speakers

High quality instruction
Universal level of support

E3— Natural Integration of Academic and Behavior Skills Happen in the Classroom (part 2 of 2 in a series)

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Extend your learning from session D3 with practical application of evidence-based strategies that can quickly be put into practice! Practice building lesson plans that use a systematic process to incorporate both behavioral and academic expectations into an instructional framework. Students, staff, and families will benefit from an aligned and integrated system driven by evidence-based strategies that breaks down silos, builds collective efficacy, and supports sustainability. Part 2 of 2–a continuation of session D3. 

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/2AWWVN

Speakers

F1.1—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

F1.2—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

F2—Secondary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

F3—District Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

Speakers

Systemic implementation
Universal level of support

G1—That Was Then—the Future is Now; Current Tier 1 Best Practices (FULL DAY)

09:00 AM 02:15 PM

PBIS has evolved. In Wisconsin, PBIS is implemented within an equitable, multi-level system of supports. This full-day, interactive opportunity provides teams with current best practices to re-establish or strengthen universal implementation; clarifying the five core features. Participants will analyze current team roles and responsibilities (team, train, support) and identify next steps to shift the work of the team to align with current guidelines. Prerequisite: PBIS tier 1 trained. 

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3TDQKJ

Speakers

Positive culture
Universal level of support

G2—High School Social Emotional Re-entry: Returning to Reality

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

The trauma and uncertainty during the current public health crisis challenged educators to quickly shift gears and respond to high school students�� needs at a moment’s notice. During their time away from school, students may have been exposed to unpredictable schedules, inconsistent supervision, or food insecurity which increases the need for school to be predictable, consistent, positive, and safe. Participants will explore psychological and behavioral impacts of traumatic experiences and plan deliberate responses by using recommended strategies when students return to their school buildings.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/2XVBCY

Speakers

Continuum of supports
Systemic implementation

G3—Supporting Students with Intensive Needs—Strategies That Should Be Part of Any Intervention

09:00 AM 10:15 AM

Do you support students who require an intensive, individualized intervention plan? Don’t miss out on learning the most up-to-date best practices for individual students with intensive needs. Teams and interventionists will leave with strategies to apply to individual student plans, and recognize opportunities to strengthen lower tiers.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3WNRCP

Speakers

Collaboration

H2—Game Changers for Systematizing Team Effectiveness

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Creating equitable implementation for your school and/or district is more than just sitting around the table. In this session, participants will learn research-based strategies for building and supporting implementation teams that integrate, sustain, and scale up your E-MLSS framework with fidelity over time. Schools and districts will leave with an action plan and resources to determine next steps.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3CPMZY

Speakers

Equity
Systemic implementation

H3—Systems Work for Those Who Build Them: Ensuring Success for All Students

10:30 AM 11:45 AM

Systems are perfectly designed to achieve the outcomes they do, regardless of intent. Participants will examine components of universal PBIS systems that contribute to disparate impacts across student groups, and learn strategies to attend to these components to ensure success for all students.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/2RPQDM

Speakers

Equity
Strategic use of data

I2—Is My System Cheating on Me? Questions to Ask and Info to Examine If You’re Concerned

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Despite inclusive, intentional mission and vision statements, systems can be deceiving and fail students we care deeply about. In order to determine where our systems might be “cheating” on us, we must ask difficult questions. By digging into and disaggregating data, schools can improve universal supports, plan programs, change classroom instruction, and improve overall supports for all students.

Link to the session survey: https://bit.ly/3GBWLM

Speakers

Universal level of support

I3—Master Strategies to Defeat Persistent Behavioral Error

01:00 PM 02:15 PM

Responses to behavioral error are different—and often more severe—than responses to academic error. We’ll share instructional responses to address behavioral error in the moment, and explore environmental and instructional factors that improve student outcomes. It’s time to rethink how to prevent and respond to challenging behaviors.

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J1.1—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

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J1.2—Elementary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

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J2—Secondary Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

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J3—District Team Collaboration Time: Always Start With a Plan—Get Started Now

02:30 PM 04:00 PM

Effective teams accomplish what they set out to achieve. In order to see results, teams need to work together to plan and implement high-leverage strategies for meeting the needs of every student. Let our team support your team in planning for 2020-21 so that every day you meet the needs of every child.

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