CHAMPS author Randy Sprick and Laura Klubert, Prevention and Safe School Specialist with the Alief (TX) Independent School District, discuss essential elements that support and maintain a CHAMPS implementation.
Live broadcast took place Wednesday, February 17, 2016.
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Annual conference focuses on empowering educatos to create their own personalized professional learning experiences.
Join Randy Sprick on Monday, March 27, from 1–2 pm for a session on "Creating a Continuum of Behavior Support and Establishing a Positive School Climate."
Jessica Sprick will present on March 27 from 8–9 am on "Addressing Absenteeism and Truancy: Schoolwide Prevention and Individual Intervention."
At CEC 2017, Randy Sprick will present on:
Schoolwide Positive Behavior Support: Improve Safety and Climate (Thurs, April 20, 9:45 to 10:45 am)
Proactive and Positive Behavior Management in the Classroom (Friday, April 21, 9:45 to 10:45 am)
Tools for Designing Behavior Plans for Individual Students (Friday, April 21, 1:30 to 2:30 pm)
Safe & Civil Schools trainer Tricia Berg will offer a session on Universal Procedures for Attendance: Students Must Be Present to Benefit From School (Thursday, April 20, 9:45 to 10:30 am)
Visit Safe & Civil Schools at Booth 829.
Randy Sprick and Jessica Sprick will present a workshop on Building Meaningful Relationships for Student Support and Positive Climate on Monday, April 24, from 9 am to 12 pm.
Learn practical strategies to improve adult and student interaction and to provide effective, data-driven intervention for students who are disengaged or struggle to build positive relationships at school. This session will also focus on the interconnectedness of climate and attendance and, if needed, what can be done to improve both.
Randy Sprick will present a keynote session on a Continuum of Behavior Support: Filling in the Gaps from 10:45 to 11:45 on April 27. He will present two afternoon sessions as well: Designing Positive Schoolwide Discipline Plans and Early-Stage Behavioral Interventions for Individual Students.
The Tough Kid author William R. Jenson will present a keynote on April 28: Tough Kids: Why Do We Have Them, What Are Their Serious Behaviors, and How Do We Manage Them within in MTSS?
Dr. Jenson will offer additional presentations that day on:
The event also features presentations by Mark Shinn, Alan Coulter, Marcy Stein, Nancy Marchand-Martella, and other RTI/MTSS experts.
Jessica Sprick will present "Designing a Comprehensive Bullying Prevention and Intervention Program" at the ACSA Regions 1, 2, 3, and 4 North State Spring Conference.