University of Vermont

The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)

BEST: Building Effective Support For Teaching Students With Behavioral Challenges

A Running PersonBEST/MTSS Summer Institute 201

Strand C

VTPBiS Intensive Training

VTPBiS State Trainers

For Eligible VTPBiS School Leadership Teams

Pre-requisites:

School leadership teams that have implemented VTPBiS at the targeted level and have completed the VTPBiS Intensive Level Readiness Checklist are eligible to attend this training* on the Intensive level of VTPBiS.

*VTPBiS Coordinators will watch this recorded webinar prior to leadership team training - http://uvmcdci.adobeconnect.com/e5btkkgcvla/event/registration.html

Description:

This training will provide the content and facilitation needed to support school teams in preparing for implementation at the Intensive level. School Leadership teams will:

  • Complete an inventory of Targeted practices that can be adapted for individualized supports
  • Increase knowledge and fluency about the Intensive level of VTPBiS;
  • Identify the systems functions, responsibilities and roles at the intensive level;
  • Understand the features of individualized supports including:
    • Teaming
    • Setting Goals
    • Assessment
    • Intervention/s
    • Evaluation

· Develop strategies for building effective Behavior Support Plans
· Explore the data systems needed to facilitate effective Behavior Support Plans

Who should attend?

VTPBiS leadership team participants should include, at a minimum, the administrator, a teacher, special educator and staff capable of conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA) and developing Behavior Support Plans (BSP). 

Wondering if this strand is for you? Contact your Cassandra Townshend at Cassandra.townshend@uvm.edu


Materials:

  • Intensive Level Behavior Support Plan (docx)
  • PBIS Intensive - Day 1 (ppt)
  • PBIS Intensive - Day 2 (ppt)
  • PBIS Intensive - Day 3 (ppt)
  • PBIS Intensive - Day 4 (ppt)
  • Targeted, Intensive, Wrap Chart (docx)
  • Clarifying Roles and Goals of Team (docx)
  • NCFA Adoption Advocate (pdf)
  • VTPBiS Behavior Support Plan (docx)
  • The Heart of the Matter Part 1 (docx)
  • The Heart of the Matter Part 2 (docx)
  • Intensive Workbook (doc)
  • Intensive Readiness Checklist (docx)
  • Bios:

    Ken Kramberg

    Ken Kramberg is a member of the Vermont BEST/PBIS State Team and is one of a few internationally recognized Master Trainers in LSCI. Ken has thirty years of experience as a teacher and director of programs for children with challenging behaviors.

    Teri BrooksTeri M. Brooks, Ph.D., BCBA - Since 1993, Teri has been working to promote positive behavior interventions in both home and school settings. Teri has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, is licensed as a doctoral-level school psychologist, and is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Teri has 15 years of experience as a school psychologist providing a range of evaluation services, behavior consultation, and PBIS coaching support. In 2015, she founded her private practice, Behavior Solutions for Children and Families, LLC, where she currently provides behavior analysis/therapy, PBIS coaching, training, and evaluation services to children, their families and schools within Windham County and beyond.

     

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