NorthWest PBIS Network, Inc.
Because the NorthWest PBIS Network, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, a portion of your registration fee may be tax deductible. Please consult your tax professional for more information.

 

If you’d like to make a tax deductible annual contribution to the Network, please contact us at treasurer@pbisnetwork.org.

Volunteer Application:
Would you like to apply to be a volunteer for the conference?  Accepted volunteers are eligible for fee waivers for the conference.  Please complete the volunteer application form and send it to:  conference@pbisnetwork.org.

Click here to download the application.

 

 

HANDOUT MATERIALS

Below are the materials that will be available at the conference. Print out ahead of time if you like.

 

Day 1 click HERE

 

Day 2 click HERE

 

Day 3 click HERE

 

The NorthWest PBIS Network, Inc.

is proud to present the:
9th Annual NorthWest PBIS Conference
February 28 - March 2, 2011
Hilton Hotel, Eugene, Oregon

 

Featuring Keynote Presenter:

Dr. George Sugai, University of Connecticut

 

Dr. George Sugai

We welcome Dr. George Sugai back to Oregon for the 9th Annual NorthWest PBIS Conference! Dr. Sugai was on faculty at the University of Oregon and is currently at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Sugai is the Carole J. Neag Endowed Chair in Behavior Disorders. He received his M.Ed. in 1974 and Ph.D. in 1980 at the University of Washington. His primary areas of interests are positive behavior support, systems change, teacher training, emotional and behavioral disorders, social skills instruction, behavioral consultation, behavioral assessment procedures, and strategies for effective school-wide, classroom, and individual behavior management.

 

Dr. Sugai and colleagues have established the Center for Behavioral Education and Research (www.cber.org) in the Neag School of Education to improve academic and social behavior outcomes for students in schools by engaging in the systematic study of educational issues and interventions, and dissemination to preservice and inservice school personnel.

 

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE CONFERENCE BEGINNING AT 7:30 AM AT THE HILTON

ONSITE REGISTRATION WILL BE:  1 DAY:  $175; 2 Days:  $225;  3 Days- $275

 

Conference Location:

The Eugene Hilton Hotel is located at 66 East 6th Avenue in downtown Eugene, Oregon.

Please visit our hotel page for map and driving directions.

 

Sessions for the Conference will cover the following topics:

• PBIS Basics
• School-wide PBIS
• Intensive School-wide PBIS
• Early Childhood
• Check In Check Out
• RtI: Literacy and Behavior Framework
• Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS)
• SWIS & PBIS Assessment Updates
• Social Skills Interventions
• PBIS with Families
• FBA/BSP Information
• Supporting Students with Autism
• Elementary, Middle School and High School sessions
• EBISS
• Classroom Interventions
• And more!!!

 

Academic Credit: Portland State University

Academic credit (1 quarter credit) is available through theGraduate School of Education at Portland State University for participants who
attend both conference days and complete
an assignment. 

The tuition for this credit is $75.00 (in addition to registration for the conference). Look for the PSU table Monday, February 28th, to register for credit and receive the course assignment and instructions.

Pre-register for Credit:

Pre-register by phone by calling the Office of Extended Studies at (503) 725-4832.

Please provide the following information:

Title:  9th Annual NorthWest PBIS Conference

CRN:  46925 undergraduate (Sped 410), 46924 graduate (Sped 810)

Deadline for pre-registration:  4:00 pm, Thursday, February 24, 2011

For more information on earning academic credit, please contact Leah Hershey at 503-725-8102 or email hersheyl@pdx.edu.

Day 3 Workshops

A number of worshops will be offered on Day 3 which include:

  1. Proactive and Positive Approach to Classroom Management: Randy Sprick
  2. ISIS-SWIS: Anne Todd
  3. Tier Two Interventions: Lori Lynass
  4. Tier Three Interventions: Chris Borgmeier & Sheldon Loman
  5. Intensive Positive Behavior Support:  Systematic Implementation of Tier II and Tier III SupportsCindy Anderson, Brie Stiller & Lisa Bateman
  6. Autism Research:  Joel Arick
  7. District Leadership Team Sustainability Workshop (BY INVITATION ONLY): Erin Chaparro, Louise Bronaugh, Kathleen Jackson, Marianne Oakes, Kim Hosford & Pam Zinn
  8. Team Planning Time:  Bert Eliason, Pam Hallvik  & Celeste Rossetto Dickey
  9. Early Childhood PBIS: Individualized Intensive Interventions: Gerry Morgan, Early Childhood CARES & Tim Andrews, Multnomah ESD

For more information about these workshops, please click here to view the Day 3 Workshop Agenda. Register for Day 3 workshops via our conference registration page located here.

 

Presented by:

NWPBIS NetworkOregon State University