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									Professional Development 2012-13                                     [REVISED 8.7.12]
Ingham ISD in coordination with MiBLSi



               Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS)

PBIS Universal (non-classroom) SBLT

2 days of training for School-Based Leadership Teams, K-8
2 days of training for School-Based Leadership Teams, 9-12

This 2-day training will provide school based leadership teams with the essential
components of fully implementing PBIS at the schoolwide level. It is designed to enhance
the original 3-day training provided in year one of MiBLSi and facilitate the full
implementation of PBIS at the Universal non-classroom level. Topics will include
developing and strengthening the Behavior Team as well as using program quality and
student outcome data for decision-making.


PBIS Classroom Mgmt Overview for Principals and Coaches K-12
Half-Day

Participants attending the Principal/Coaches CHAMPS Overview, should have a
leadership role within their school. This training will provide school leaders with an
overview for implementation of CHAMPS in classrooms across their school. Participants
will leave with the tools and knowledge of how to support teachers implementing
CHAMPS.


PBIS CHAMPS for Teachers K-8
2 Days

Participants attending this training will learn the essential skills and knowledge to fully
implement evidence-based management (CHAMPS) in their classroom. Teachers will be
provided with tools and strategies that will assist them in the development of necessary
universal components of classroom management and that address the development of
appropriate behavior for all students.


PBIS Tier I Discipline In the Secondary Classroom (DISC) 9-12
2 Days for Teachers

Participants attending this training will learn the essential skills and knowledge to fully
implement evidence-based management in their classroom through the work of Randy


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Sprick’s, “Discipline in the Secondary Classroom.” Teachers will learn specific research-
based strategies that are instructional, proactive, positive and effective. Teachers will be
provided with tools and strategies that will assist them in the development of necessary
universal components of classroom management and that address the development of
appropriate behavior for all students.


PBIS Classroom Mgmt SBLT K-12
1 Day

Participants attending this training should be members of the School Based Leadership
Team in their building. This training will focus on the role of the SBLT in supporting
evidence based classroom management practices and systems across their school. It will
provide the leadership team with steps and tool for a systems approach to providing focus
and direction to support teachers and classroom management coaches in the
implementation of CHAMPS or Discipline in the Secondary Classroom (DISC).


PBIS Classroom Mgmt Coaching K-12
2 Days

Participants attending this training should be knowledgeable in the essential elements of
the CHAMPS or DISC (HS) approach toward classroom management and have daily
interactions with teachers. Participants will learn the coach’s role of teaching, modeling,
inspiring and providing feedback to teachers implementing the CHAMPS or DISC
classroom management approach. They will be introduced to and gain experience using
Observation/Fidelity tools for CHAMPS/DISC and will gain information to facilitate
discussions gathered around the data collected.


PBIS Classroom Mgmt Early Stage Intervention K-8
1 Day

Participants attending this training will learn how to use specific classroom interventions
that are designed to be a starting place in dealing with student misbehavior. The specific
Early Stage Interventions covered are: Planned Discussion, Academic Assistance, Goal
Setting, Data Collection and Debriefing, Increasing Positive Interactions, and STOIC
Analysis and Intervention. Each intervention will be introduced and identified as to the
behaviors they are appropriate to address. Implementation steps will be provided with
short and long range goals. This training is designed for teachers who have attended the
two-day CHAMPS training.




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PBIS Tier II SBLT K-12
1 Day

Participants attending this training should be members of the School Based Leadership
Team in their building. This training will focus on the role of the SBLT in supporting the
system of support for students with targeted behavior concerns. Participants will discuss
and determine their role in supporting the Tier II team participants and identifying Tier II
team role(s). Particular focus will be on the creation of systems within the school to
identify students for Tier II interventions; the generation of a process to incorporate those
students into the program(s) within 72 hours; and an evaluation process for identifying
student progress or decline as well as program fidelity.


PBIS Tier II Check In Check Out K-8
1 Day

This training will introduce the Check In Check Out (CICO) Intervention system intended
for some of the students needing Tier II supports. It is designed to examine each of the
components of CICO, program fidelity and assist in setting up a CICO system in the
schools. A primary function of CICO is to improve the overall efficiency of the school
wide procedures, while reducing the number of individualized interventions that are
needed. The training will provide participants with the rationale, procedures, and tools to
determine if the CICO system is appropriate for your school and implement a variation of
the CICO system that fits the needs of your school.


PBIS Tier II Behavior Response Team K-12
2 Days

This training is designed to address the roles and responsibilities of the team of individuals
who are identified as the Tier II Behavior Response Team. This team may by a subgroup
of the School Based Leadership Team or it may be an entirely different team altogether.
Participants attending the training will create systems and processes for student
identification, student participation, training staff, program implementation, data
collection, and program analysis.


PBIS Tier III Behavior Response Team K-12
1 Day

This training is designed to address the roles and responsibilities of the team of individuals
who are identified as the Tier III Behavior Response Team. This team may by a subgroup
of the School Based Leadership Team or it may be an entirely different team altogether.
Typically, a school psychologist, school social worker, special education teacher,
administrator dealing with behavior or any staff interested in student behavioral issues are
appropriate members of the Tier III Behavior Response Team Participants attending the



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training will create systems and processes for Tier III student identification, student
participation, training staff, program implementation, data collection, program analysis.


PBIS Tier III SBLT K-12
1 Day

Participants attending this training should be members of the School Based Leadership
Team in their building. This training will focus on the role of the SBLT in developing and
the system of support for students with intensive behavior concerns. Participants will
discuss and determine their role in supporting the Tier III team participants and
identifying Tier III team role(s). Particular focus will be on the creation of systems within
the school to identify students for Tier III interventions; Functional Behavior Assessment
(FBA); the generation of a process to incorporate identified students into the program;
and an evaluation process for identifying student progress or decline as well as program
fidelity.


PBIS Functional Beh Assessment (FBA) / Beh Intervention Plan (BIP) K-12
2 Days

This training will provide information on how to do a simple Functional Assessment and
Behavior Intervention Plan for both General Education and Special Education students
needing Tier III supports for behavior. Participants will learn the components of a
Functional Assessment and how to facilitate the development of a Behavior Intervention
Plan with parents and teachers. Please plan to attend this training if you are on the Tier
III Behavior Response Team, even if you have experience with FBAs. Participants will
learn how to facilitate a shorten version of the FBA/BIP.




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                                          Literacy


Literacy Developing Reading Expertise K-5
2 Days

This training is intended for any elementary-level (K-5) educator whose role is to
effectively identify and support struggling readers. Participants will develop expertise in
elementary-level reading instruction, gain skill in the effective diagnosis of students with
reading deficiencies, and improve their ability to support struggling readers using
research-based methods and intervention programs.


Literacy Developing Reading Expertise 6-8
2 Days

This training is intended for any middle school (6-8) educator whose role is to effectively
identify and support struggling readers. Participants will develop expertise in reading
instruction specific to middle school learners, gain skill in the effective diagnosis of
students with reading deficiencies, and improve their ability to support struggling readers
using research-based methods and intervention programs.


Literacy Core K-1
3 Days for Teachers

This training will provide effective and efficient instructional strategies that will improve
student outcomes regardless of the core reading program being utilized. The audience is
Kindergarten and first grade teachers who are delivering the core reading instruction to
students. Teachers will need to bring their universal screening data to each session.


Literacy Core 2-3
3 Days for Teachers

This training will provide effective and efficient instructional strategies that will improve
student outcomes regardless of the core reading program being utilized. The audience is
second and third grade teachers who are delivering the core reading instruction to
students. Teachers will need to bring their universal screening data to each session.


Literacy Core 4-5
3 Days for Teachers

This training will provide effective and efficient instructional strategies that will improve
student outcomes regardless of the core reading program being utilized. The audience is


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fourth and fifth grade teachers who are delivering the core reading instruction to students.
Teachers will need to bring their universal screening data to each session.


Literacy Core 6-8
3 Days for Teachers

This training will provide effective and efficient instructional strategies that will improve
student outcomes regardless of the core reading program being utilized. The audience is
sixth, seventh and eighth grade teachers who are delivering the core reading instruction to
students. Teachers will need to bring their universal screening data to each session.


Literacy Core 9-12:
Critical Components of Research Based Instruction and Explicit Instruction
3 Days for Teachers

This training will provide secondary-level teachers with effective and efficient
instructional strategies for improving adolescent literacy across content areas. Teachers
will learn research-based strategies for explicit instruction and active engagement.


Literacy Tier II/III SBLT K-5
2 Days

This training is intended for members of the literacy school-based leadership team (SBLT)
at the elementary level (K-5). Participants will focus on creating systems to support the
effective implementation of research-based interventions. Topics will include the accurate
identification of students’ intervention needs, selection of appropriate interventions to meet
those needs, and effective management of intervention systems through data collection and
analysis.


Literacy Tier II/III SBLT 6-8
2 Days

This training is intended for members of the literacy school-based leadership team (SBLT)
at the middle school level (6-8). Participants will focus on creating systems to support the
effective implementation of research-based interventions. Topics will include the accurate
identification of students’ intervention needs, selection of appropriate interventions to meet
those needs, and effective management of intervention systems through data collection and
analysis.




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Dr. Kevin Feldman: Teachers Learning Together (TLT)
2 Days for staff new to TLT

Dr. Kevin Feldman will present a seminar in using engagement, explicit instruction and
adolescent literacy strategies to new TLTs as well as experienced TLTs who would like a
refresher.


Dr. Kevin Feldman - Learning Walk Observations
1 Day for 1 Principal and 2 Staff per building

Teachers and administrators will participate in a learning walk at a local secondary
school. Participants will observe TLTs using the strategies presented by Dr. Feldman.




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                                          Math

Kick-off: Dr. Amanda VanDerHeyden
1 Day for Leadership Teams
Half Day with Principals, followed by Half Day with Math Advisory Team (representation
from each local district)

Amanda VanDerHeyden, Ph.D., is an accomplished researcher, consultant and national
trainer in RtI, and author of the book Keeping RtI on Track: How to Identify, Repair and
Prevent Mistakes that Derail Implementation. Drawing on her extensive experience with
research and implementation, Dr. VanDerHeyden will discuss the development of RtI
systems that utilize data-based decision-making to accelerate learning in mathematics for
all students. She will share the emerging research base for implementing RtI for
mathematics, including selection of adequate screening and progress monitoring
measures, development of decision criteria, and development of intervention protocols
appropriate for use at all tiers of instruction.


AIMSweb Math K-1
1 Day

Participants will learn or refresh skills on how to administer, score and report AIMSweb
math measures. During the training, participants will experience hands-on administration
and scoring of the measures. The instructors will provide an overview of score entry and
report generation.

During the grade K-1 session, the instructors will cover the following measures:
   ▪ Oral Counting
   ▪ Number Identification
   ▪ Quantity Discrimination
   ▪ Missing Number
   ▪ Math Computation (M-COMP)


AIMSweb Math 2-8
1 Day

Participants will learn or refresh skills on how to administer, score and report AIMSweb
math measures. During the training, participants will experience hands-on administration
and scoring of the measures. The instructors will provide an overview of score entry and
report generation.

During the grade 2-8 session, the instructors will cover the following measures:
   ▪ Math Concepts and Application (M-CAP)
   ▪ Math Computation (M-COMP)


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Math Academy K-1
3 Days

The Math Academy training strand will present best practices for improving student
proficiency in math. Participants will gain deeper understanding of math concepts and the
connections between concepts and procedures. Topics will include recognizing and
resolving student misconceptions, identifying mathematical language and how to develop
its use in students, and using mathematical discourse to promote engagement and deep
processing. Participants will learn effective strategies for connecting visual models to
numerical representations through student engagement, mathematical reasoning, and
making mathematics explicit.

Kindergarten and first grade teachers will focus on numbers and operations, specifically:
number concepts, counting, addition, subtraction, problem types, problem-solving, number
facts and number properties. Teachers will learn key strategies relevant to their specific
grade-level.


Math Academy 2-3
4 Days

The Math Academy training strand will present best practices for improving student
proficiency in math. Participants will gain deeper understanding of math concepts and the
connections between concepts and procedures. Topics will include recognizing and
resolving student misconceptions, identifying mathematical language and how to develop
its use in students, and using mathematical discourse to promote engagement and deep
processing. Participants will learn effective strategies for connecting visual models to
numerical representations through student engagement, mathematical reasoning, and
making mathematics explicit.

Second and third grade teachers will focus on place value, multi-digit addition and
subtraction, common misconceptions, and fraction concepts. Teachers will learn key
strategies relevant to their specific grade-level.


Math Academy 4-5
4 Days

The Math Academy training strand will present best practices for improving student
proficiency in math. Participants will gain deeper understanding of math concepts and the
connections between concepts and procedures. Topics will include recognizing and
resolving student misconceptions, identifying mathematical language and how to develop
its use in students, and using mathematical discourse to promote engagement and deep
processing. Participants will learn effective strategies for connecting visual models to


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numerical representations through student engagement, mathematical reasoning, and
making mathematics explicit.

Fourth and fifth grade teachers will focus on fractions and equivalence, addition and
subtraction, multiplication and division, and common misconceptions. Teachers will learn
key strategies relevant to their specific grade-level.




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                                          Other


Fall Data Review Workday
1 Day for K-5 SBLT
1 Day for 6-8 SBLT
1 Day for 9-12 SBLT

At this training school-based leadership teams (SBLTs) will have time to review the status
of their Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III supports and act upon data to improve student
outcomes. The fall data review days are scheduled to follow the fall universal screening
windows immediately, so that teams will be able to examine their data in a timely fashion.
Teams will examine both their achievement and systems/fidelity/process data, including the
areas of behavior, literacy and math. Much of the day will be self-determined work-time
when teams may focus their time and energy on reviewing data in the area of their choice.
Teams will identify celebrations to share with key stakeholders, and they will use a process
of problem-solving and action-planning to make implementation improvements for the rest
of the school year.


Winter Data Review Workday
1 Day for K-5 SBLT
1 Day for 6-8 SBLT
1 Day for 9-12 SBLT

At this training school-based leadership teams (SBLTs) will have time to review the status
of their Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III supports and act upon data to improve student
outcomes. The winter data review days are scheduled to immediately follow the winter
universal screening windows, so that teams will be able to examine their data in a timely
fashion. Teams will examine both their achievement and systems/fidelity/process data,
including the areas of behavior, literacy and math. Much of the day will be self-
determined work-time when teams may focus their time and energy on reviewing data in
the area of their choice. Teams will identify celebrations to share with key stakeholders,
and they will use a process of problem-solving and action-planning to make
implementation improvements for the remainder of the academic year.


Spring Data Review Workday
1 Day for K-5 SBLT
1 Day for 6-8 SBLT
1 Day for 9-12 SBLT

The spring data review workday will provide school-based leadership teams (SBLTs) with
time and a structure to review schoolwide data across Tier I, Tier II and Tier III, for the
purposes of developing a plan that will improve outcomes for students. The spring data


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review days are scheduled to follow the spring universal screening windows immediately,
so that teams will be able to examine and act upon their data in a timely fashion. Teams
will examine both their achievement and systems/fidelity/process data, including the areas
of behavior, literacy and math. Much of the day will be self-determined work-time when
teams may focus their time and energy on reviewing data in the area of their choice.
Teams will use a process of problem-solving and action-planning to plan implementation
improvements.


Using ACT to Inform Curriculum and Instruction
1 Day for Principals, Coaches and Teachers

Jeff Dole will present information on using ACT data to inform curriculum and instruction
utilizing multiple reports from the EXPLORE, PLAN and MME assessment results. In
addition participants will learn how to identify student academic needs, and track
students’ progress.


Early Warning Systems SBLT 9-12
1 Day

This training is for school-based leadership teams at the high school level. Early Warning
Systems use readily available school data to identify and support students who are at risk
of dropping out. At this training, teams will learn strategies for data-management and
examine their own EWS data. Teams will gain ideas for creating systems of support that
include both school-wide strategies and targeted interventions for drop-out prevention.




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