5:00pm–7:00pm, Thu Nov 7, 2019




475 22nd Avenue
Honolulu, HI

Event Details

Project KUALIMA: Identifying and Supporting K-12 Students within the Context of Three-Tiered Models of Prevention to Meet Multiple Students’ Needs

Project KUALIMA is a professional learning series for those interested in learning more about proactive, data-based systematic methods to identify and provide supports to students who need extra assistance to be successful in school. Dr. Royer is providing the series again this year, with new topics, for free to local teachers, administrators, related service providers, paraeducators, psychologists, counselors, etc. Each session can stand alone, however they do build off one another. Participants can choose to attend one or more sessions based on their preference. Possible online Zoom access for groups of educators not on Oahu; if interested, please contact Dr. Royer (

Thursday, November 7, 2019 from 5-7pm

(Topic 2) Empowering Educators with Low-intensity Strategies to Increase Engagement and Minimize Disruption

Register here!

Please refer to the flyer for more information on the entire professional learning series and help spread the word! In addition, here is a snapshot of what some of the past 2018-2019 attendees have shared in their feedback:

“Dr. Royer’s knowledge and enthusiasm for ci3t is contagious!”

“Session content, organization, and presentation were relevant and meaningful! Appreciate opportunities for table discussions, as well as the group activity. Thank you so much! I wish ALL schools can hear this information!! THANK YOU for all your effort and energies!”

“Well done! I can’t wait to share what I learned with my colleagues.”

“I was glad I got to attend all the sessions. I feel the progression of topics was great. I look forward to seeing what is presented next year!”

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