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Wednesday, July 25
 

8:45am

Check-in Check-out: An Efficient and Effective Tier 2 Intervention for Youth at Risk (SCC 316)

Speakers
avatar for Kimberli Breen

Kimberli Breen

National Consultant, Affecting Behavior Change Inc.
Kimberli Breen, MS, CAS, MA is a National Consultant affiliated with the University of Kansas SWIFT Center and KOI Education based in Arizona. She is also the owner and lead Behavior Change Agent of Affecting Behavior Change Inc. supporting school, district, county and state teams... Read More →


Wednesday July 25, 2018 8:45am - 9:45am
SCC 316

8:45am

Role of Physical Activity & Fitness (SCC 304)
This session will provide an overview of the why, what and how of engaging all students in tiered system of physical activity programming addresses all the defining features of MTSS while supporting the needs of the Whole Child. Participants will:
·     Explore recent research about the extraordinary effects of physical activity on the brain and learning in terms of academic and behavioral outcomes
·     Learn about effective Tier 1 and 2 interventions using Standards-aligned, evidence-based, health-related fitness education curriculum, instruction and assessment
·     See what physical activity at school does to improve and support comprehensive social-emotional development in all students.   Click Here for Session Handouts

Speakers
avatar for Chris Corliss

Chris Corliss

STEM - Health Sciences Program Coordinator, Orange County Department of Education
Chris is in his 14th year as the STEM - Health Sciences Program Coordinator for Health Education, Physical Education, Fitness, and School Wellness at the Orange County Department of Education. He provides professional development, consulting and technical assistance to teachers and... Read More →


Wednesday July 25, 2018 8:45am - 9:45am
SCC 304

1:45pm

Effective Tools to Strengthen PBIS Implementation (SCC 312)

Speakers
avatar for Ken Fitzgerald

Ken Fitzgerald

Director, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Ken is the Director of  Safe and Supportive Schools for the Prevention Programs Department at the Stanislaus County Office of Education. With 15 years of experience in prevention and health education, Ken provides training and technical assistance to schools to help support students... Read More →


Wednesday July 25, 2018 1:45pm - 2:45pm
SCC 312

1:45pm

Healthy Eating. Healthy Kids. Healthy Schools: An MTSS Approach to Creating Healthy School Environments (SCC 304)
This session will provide an overview of how to incorporate healthy eating, nutrition education, and healthy school environments using the MTSS framework. 
Participates will:
  • Review current research linking a healthy eating environment (beyond the cafeteria) to positive academic, behavioral, and SEL outcomes.
  • Learn best practices in Local School Wellness Policy (LSWP) implementation.
  • Take away practical tools and ideas to enhance your school’s environment while engaging students, parents, staff, and community partners.   Click Here for Session Handouts

Speakers
avatar for Nadia Moya

Nadia Moya

Project Specialist, Orange County Department of Education
Nadia Moya is a Program Specialist in Health Sciences at the Orange County Department of Education. She has over 13 years of experience in education and has spent the majority of that time providing quality health and nutrition education and advocating for student wellness and healthy... Read More →
avatar for Janis Price

Janis Price

Certified Health Education Specialist, Orange County Department of Education
Besides holding a Health Science teaching credential and Masters in Curriculum and Instruction, Janis Price is a Certified Health Education Specialist who has worked for Orange County Department of Education for 3 years. Currently, she is a Project Manager for the Health Sciences... Read More →


Wednesday July 25, 2018 1:45pm - 2:45pm
SCC 304

3:00pm

Restorative Practice with a Multi-tiered System of Support (SCC 317/318)
Restorative Practices in Schools are inspired by the philosophy and practices of restorative justice, which puts repairing harm done to relationships and people over and above the need for assigning blame and dispensing punishment (Eber, 2015).  This workshop will review the fundamental tenets of Restorative Practices in schools as an effective alternative to reactive discipline practices such as suspension and expulsion. A continuum of Restorative Practices, including Community Circles, Affective Statements and Questions, and Impromptu Conversations, will be reviewed within the context of MTSS. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice school-based restorative strategies that they can apply directly in their professional roles. Local Knowledge Development (KDS) sites will share their experience implementing Restorative Practices and Community Circles at in various grade level settings.  Click Here for Session Handouts

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Coley

Sarah Coley

Teacher on Special Assignment, Huntington Beach Union High School District
Sarah Coley is currently a Teacher on Special Assignment in the Huntington Beach Union High School District (HBUHSD)  She is a former Math teacher as well as AVID teacher and coordinator and recently completed her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration with the Administrative... Read More →
avatar for Lina Bender, Ed.S

Lina Bender, Ed.S

Coordinator, PBIS/MTSS, Orange County Department of Education
Let's talk! I'm a School Psychologist turned Program Specialist supporting MTSS and PBIS. I recently moved back to Orange County from San Luis Obispo County. Happy to chat about tiered supports, systems, and using data. Actually, anything about prevention, support, and intervention... Read More →


Wednesday July 25, 2018 3:00pm - 4:00pm
SCC 317/318
 
Thursday, July 26
 

8:30am

Building a Statewide PBIS System and How PBIS Supports MTSS Outcomes (SCC-Room 204)

Speakers
avatar for Michael Lombardo

Michael Lombardo

Executive Director PBIS, Placer County Office of Education
Michael Lombardo is the Executive Director of Prevention and Intervention Services for the Placer County Office of Education. In this position he works throughout California in leadership in early prevention, student wellness, social-emotional support for students, breaking down barriers... Read More →


Thursday July 26, 2018 8:30am - 9:30am
SCC - Room 204

8:30am

The Behavior Support Plan Through the PBIS Lens (SCC 310)
This workshop will guide educators in using a team-based approach to
create an effective behavioral support plan (BSP) for early stages of
behavior, or at the Tier 3 level. The Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence
continuum, environmental strategies, function and replacement behavior,
reinforcement, and communication principles will be reviewed. Participants
will learn a comprehensive approach to understanding and intervening with
the behavior. The goal of Tier III is to diminish problem behavior and, also,
to increase the student’s adaptive skills and opportunities for an enhanced
quality of life.  Click Here for Session Handouts


Speakers
avatar for Natalie Sedano

Natalie Sedano

Prevention and Intervention Lead Specialist, Desert/Mountain SELPA
Natalie Sedano is a Prevention and Intervention Lead Specialist at Desert/MountainSELPA. Desert/Mountain SELPA covers the 20, 627 squaremile region within the area that extends from the mountains tothe border of Arizona within San Bernardino County. She is partof a team supporting... Read More →


Thursday July 26, 2018 8:30am - 9:30am
SCC 310

9:45am

Implementing School-Based Wraparound as a Tier III Behavior Intervention (SCC 309)
Participants will learn the core features, readiness recommendations and realities involved with implementing school-based wraparound as a Tier III behavior intervention.  This session will include information from trainers of school-based wraparound as well as the story and outcomes experienced by an elementary school who began implementing in the 2016-17 school year.   Click Here for Session Handouts

Speakers
KF

Kerri Fulton

Coordinator, PBIS, Placer County Office of Education


Thursday July 26, 2018 9:45am - 10:45am
SCC 309

9:45am

Restorative Practice with a Multi-tiered System of Support (SCC 316)
Restorative Practices in Schools are inspired by the philosophy and practices of restorative justice, which puts repairing harm done to relationships and people over and above the need for assigning blame and dispensing punishment (Eber, 2015).  This workshop will review the fundamental tenets of Restorative Practices in schools as an effective alternative to reactive discipline practices such as suspension and expulsion. A continuum of Restorative Practices, including Community Circles, Affective Statements and Questions, and Impromptu Conversations, will be reviewed within the context of MTSS. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to learn and practice school-based restorative strategies that they can apply directly in their professional roles. Local Knowledge Development (KDS) sites will share their experience implementing Restorative Practices and Community Circles at in various grade level settings.  Click Here for Session Handouts


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Coley

Sarah Coley

Teacher on Special Assignment, Huntington Beach Union High School District
Sarah Coley is currently a Teacher on Special Assignment in the Huntington Beach Union High School District (HBUHSD)  She is a former Math teacher as well as AVID teacher and coordinator and recently completed her Master’s Degree in Educational Administration with the Administrative... Read More →
avatar for Lina Bender, Ed.S

Lina Bender, Ed.S

Coordinator, PBIS/MTSS, Orange County Department of Education
Let's talk! I'm a School Psychologist turned Program Specialist supporting MTSS and PBIS. I recently moved back to Orange County from San Luis Obispo County. Happy to chat about tiered supports, systems, and using data. Actually, anything about prevention, support, and intervention... Read More →


Thursday July 26, 2018 9:45am - 10:45am
SCC 316
 


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