Session Resources: Early-Stage Interventions
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Also be aware that you should also have received a separate Zoom email with a unique link to join the Keynote and Panel Discussions. Make sure to use the right link for the right meeting!
This session will meet on Tuesday through Friday starting at:
11:30 am ET • 10:30 am CT • 9:30 am MT • 8:30 am PT • 7:30 am Alaska • 5:30 am Hawaii
We’ll meet for 3 hours, then take a 30-minute break before the start of the Panel Discussions..
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See Daily Objectives and Assignments below.
While we all need to turn off our cameras occasionally, I do hope that you remain on camera for most of the session. I believe you’ll find that it creates a more interactive experience for all of us! Participants will also be periodically invited to unmute themselves to facilitate discussion in both large and small groups.
While Zoom can function on a variety of devices, access to a computer (or laptop) is recommended to fully participate in the activities. During the meeting, we will use various Zoom features for engagement and interacting.
Daily Objectives and Assignments
- Understand the importance of Early-Stage Interventions with a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) approach for behavior
- Assess the status of your building’s universal behavior and classroom support practices
- Understand what constitutes a behavior intervention
- Learn and understand the concepts and implementation components of Intervention A: Planned Discussion
- Section 1 and Section 2
Homework for Session II on Wednesday
Read Introduction and Section 1 of your Early-Stage Interventions book. In addition, read and be ready to reflect upon Intervention B: Correction Planning and Intervention C: Positive Interactions
Review critical components and implementation considerations of Intervention B: Correction Planning and Debriefing and Intervention C: Increasing Positive Interactions
Homework for Session III on Thursday
Read and be ready to reflect upon Intervention D: Data Collection and Debriefing and Intervention E: Goal Setting
- Review critical components and implementation considerations of Intervention D: Data Collection and Debriefing and Intervention C: Increasing Positive Interactions
Homework for Session IV on Friday
Read and be ready to reflect upon Intervention F: Building a Supportive Relationship and Intervention G: Function-Based Intervention.
- Review critical components and implementation considerations of Intervention F: Building a Supportive Relationship and G: Function-Based Intervention.
- Reflect upon the learning and implementation of the seven Early-Stage Interventions with you classroom and/or school.
Have a great summer!!
PRESENTED BY TOM STACHO
I am so excited to share Early-Stage Interventions: Behavior Strategies for Every Teacher for during for the 2021 Safe & Civil Schools National Conference!
As educators, we all know that “prevention is an intervention.” Our training will focus on how your classroom and/or school can implement seven basic early-stage interventions at the universal level when students are beginning to exhibit challenging behaviors.
We will learn step-by-step procedures that will not only enhance your ability to meet the needs of challenging behaviors, but also will provide your school with a standard approach when dealing with misbehavior.
Tom Stacho began teaching students with learning and behavioral challenges in Cleveland, Ohio. After 10 years he went on to be a school psychologist within the Cleveland Municipal School District for 16 years. Tom then became a Positive Behavior Interventions & Support (PBIS) trainer and consultant with an Educational Service Center, providing training and support related to school improvement and PBIS. Tom has been an active member of Ohio's state-level PBIS network, supporting the development and implementation of a statewide PBIS model. All of Tom's experiences ground his understanding of behavior issues within schools as well as the systems-level challenges of implementing a large initiative and framework.