For Eligible VTPBiS School Leadership Teams
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.
*PBIS Targeted Level Coordinators must participate in a brief orientation webinar on April 11, 2016. Visit http://uvmcdci.adobeconnect.com/e6e3ya1kazu/event/registration.htmlfor more information.
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:
· Develop strategies for building effective Behavior Support Plans
· Explore the data systems needed to facilitate effective Behavior Support Plans
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 Cassandra Townshend at Cassandra.email@example.com
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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 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.|