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Wednesday, July 25


Integrating Academic and Behavior Interventions: A Function Based Approach (SCC 319)
This workshop will introduce a function-based integrated competing pathways analysis of academics and behavior.  Participants will walk through a function based competing pathways process to identify academic and behaivor interventions for a student with reading and behavaior difficulties. Click Here for Session Handouts

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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 →
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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 →
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Toby Espley

Program Specialist, Instructional Services, Orange County Department of Education
Toby Espley is currently a Program Specialist at the Orange County Department of Education,with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education PBIS and California Multi-Tiered System ofSupport. She is part of the CA MTSS State leadership and the OCDE PBIS team. Tobysupports CA MTSS regional... Read More →

Wednesday July 25, 2018 1:45pm - 2:10pm
SCC 319
Thursday, July 26


Teach Like an MD (SCC 319)
A common practice in the medical field is the use of medical rounds.  Experts gather together to examine a patient, conduct further diagnosis, analyze the results, develop a treatment plan, and re-evaluate to determine if the treatment is effective.  Why should practices in the field of education be any different?  In this session, let’s focus on appropriate assessment tools to determine academic and behavioral strengths and needs of students, how teams work collaboratively with stakeholders to develop a plan of action, implement effective, evidence-based practices, and monitor progress to ensure that students are successful. Click Here for Session Handouts

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Rhonda Marriott

Coordinator of MTSS Academic Interventions, Orange County Department of Education
Rhonda Marriott currently serves as the Coordinator of MTSS Academic Interventions with the Orange County Department of Education. She is the Orange County lead for the Scale-Up Multi-Tiered System of Support (SUMS) initiative.  As a member of the SUMS State Leadership team, she... Read More →

Thursday July 26, 2018 8:30am - 9:00am
SCC 319

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