Date(s) - 09/18/18 - 02/26/19
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
UMKC at Union Station
By Invitation Only.
This training consists of 4 days throughout the school year and is designed for schools new to Tier 2.
Session 1–Designed for schools new to tier 2 and will focus on foundational knowledge including review of SW-PBS, key features of Tier 2 systems, intensifying supports for student at-risk, confirming readiness for Tier 2 at the school level, review of MO SW-PBS Decision Making Model,establishing a Tier 2 Specialized Behavior Support Team, mapping out a Tier 2 Action Plan, evaluating existing systems for addressing emotional and behavioral needs of students, developing a communication plan, and planning for effective Tier 2 meetings.
Session 2–Session 2 builds on the systems knowledge from session 1, preparing the teams to implement a function-based intervention for students at-risk. Specific learning in this session includes developing a data-based process for student identification, ensuring efficient and effective gathering and review of data, selecting appropriate function-based intervention, monitoring student response to intervention, and making decisions about student response based on progress monitoring data.
Sessions 3 & 4-Teams work toward implementation of The Behavior Education Program:Check-in/Check-out (CICO), a research-based intervention. Clear entry and exit criteria are established for the CICO intervention, and data to be collected for progress monitoring is identified. Specific learner outcomes include: identifying implementation components of CICO, describing students most likely to benefit from this intervention, explore research associated with CICO, designing and implementing a CICO program for participant schools, delivering implementation training to school-level stakeholders(staff, piloting teachers, students, and families).