Identifying and Supporting K-12 Students within the Context of Three-Tiered Models of Prevention to Meet Students’ Multiple Needs
Now in it’s fourth year in Hawaii, this free five-part professional learning series on three-tiered models of prevention supports individuals in learning more about proactive, systematic methods of looking for and supporting students who might require additional assistance to experience success in school. Together, these sessions build knowledge, skill sets, and confidence in supporting students with challenging behaviors.
Sessions are ideal for a wide range of educators, including PreK-12 general and special education teachers, administrators, counselors, psychologists, paraprofessionals, related service providers, behavior analysts, and parents.
As an added bonus, the following credit opportunities are now available:
- Earn 6 PDE3 credits – HIDOE educators register and pay a course fee
- Earn 2 continuing education credits (CEUs) – Behavior analysts (BCaBA®/BCBA®) can earn 2 credits for each session attended
This professional learning series includes 5 sessions that can be taken together or each on its own:
- 9/22/20 – Behavior screening tools
- 10/27/20 – Empowering educators with low-intensity strategies to increase engagement and minimize disruption
- 1/26/21 – Supporting students who need more than Tier 1: Connecting students with Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions
- 2/23/21 – Supporting students across the tiers: Managing acting-out behavior
- 4/20/21 – Supporting students with internalizing behavior patterns
Each session is offered online* via Zoom from 5-7pm.
*An option to attend face-to-face may become available at the Hawaii DOE Office of Student Support Services (OSSS) Student Services Branch depending on current health and safety restrictions.
Feedback from previous years:
“I loved the instructor and the immediate feedback we get from both colleagues and experts in the field.”
“I enjoyed the videos of examples and non-examples. I also learned more about internalizing behaviors, which I wasn’t as familiar with.”
“Great pacing and perfect amount of time for the presentation.”
Please visit http://ci3t.org/pl or email Dr. Royer (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.