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					                       Behavior Institute 2005-- Session Overview
                   Monday, June 27 – Morning Sessions Overview

 PRESENTER                            TITLE                          TIME            RM #
                                 1.5 Hour Sessions
                     100 – Creating Bully Free Classrooms and                     Thoroughbred
Allan Beane          Schools                                        8-9:30 a.m.      1- 2- 3
                     101 - CHAMPs for Administrators: How Do We
Peggy Petrelli       Get Our Staff on Board and Have Them           8-9:30 a.m.   Thoroughbred
Doug Adams           Implement A Positive Schoolwide Discipline                       5-6
                     Program Using CHAMPs?
                     102 – Kentucky’s Center for Instructional
Kelly Davis          Discipline (KCID): Opportunities for           8-9:30 a.m.   Thoroughbred
                     Establishing a Positive, Proactive and                           7-8
                     Instructional Climate in Your School
                     103 – The Teacher’s Encyclopedia of Behavior
Rhonda Hedges        Management: 100 Problems/500 Plans             8-9:30 a.m.    Heritage 1
                     104 - Teach Them to Read! Watch Them Soar
Terri Ralston        Academically and Behaviorally                  8-9:30 a.m.   Heritage 2-3
Randy Hunt
Brittany Ford        105 – LaGrange Elementary: Creating,           8-9:30 a.m.   Elkhorn A-B
Travis Goff          Implementing and Sustaining A Schoolwide
Cathie Gellar        Instructional Discipline Program
                     106 – 9th Day of Suspension and Now What?
Bob McLaughlin       Strategies and Alternatives For Avoiding A     8-9:30 a.m.   Elkhorn C-D
                     107 – Want An Answer For Getting
Jim Whitaker         SECONDARY Students to Class on Time? An        8-9:30 a.m.   Patterson A-B
                     Introduction to the “START on Time!” Program
                     108 - CHAMPs A Proactive and Positive
Janice Ray           Approach to Classroom Management: Teaching     8-9:30 a.m.   Patterson C-D
                     Your Classroom Expectations (Module 3)

Keynote Speaker:     Keynote: “Rachel’s Legacy”                     9:45-12:00     Bluegrass
Darrell Scott                 With book signing                                    Ballroom

                        LUNCH 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

                          Behavior Institute 2005-- Session Overview
                   Monday, June 27 – Afternoon Sessions Overview
PRESENTER                                   TITLE                                  TIME            RM #
                                               3.0 Hour Sessions
                   109 - Foundations: Establishing Schoolwide Positive
Susan Isaacs       Discipline Practices                                      1:30-4:45 p.m.      Bluegrass 2
                                                                             1:30-4:45 p.m.
Gwen Cartledge     110 - Cultural Diversity and Social Skill Instruction:    repeat Tuesday     Thoroughbred
                   Understanding Ethnic and Gender Differences               1:15 – 4:30 p.m.      1-2-3
Terri Dikes        111 – Token Economies and Level Systems: Advanced                            Thoroughbred
Kris Zix           EBD Programming for Elementary School (K-5)               1:30-4:45 p.m.         5-6
Kathy Kalias
Ellen Whitley      112 - OK, So We Do Have Bullying in Our School…What       1:30-4:45 p.m.     Heritage 2-3
Karen King         Do You Expect Me to Do About It?
                   113 – Prevention and Early Intervention: Strategies To
Marcia Lemon       Help You Successfully Transition Kindergarten Students    1:30-4:45 p.m.     Elkhorn C-D
Wanda Fouts        Who Have Developmental Delays and Challenging
                                                1.5 Hour Sessions
                                                                               1:30-3:00 p.m.
Darrell Scott      114 - The Best Antidote to School Violence                  repeat Monday     Bluegrass 1
                                                                               3:15-4:45 p.m.
Jon Akers          115 - The Kentucky Center for School Safety’s SAFE
Steve Kimberling   SCHOOL ASSESSMENT Process – What Have We                  1:30-3:00 p.m.     Thoroughbred
Bill Scott         Learned Thus Far?                                                                7-8
                   116 – Building Relationships with Adolescents: Stop the
Toyah Robey        “Dissing” That Fosters Dis-Respect!                       1:30-3:00 p.m.      Heritage 1
                   117 - Reducing Bullying Through The Class Meeting
Kelly Davis        Process                                                   1:30-3:00 p.m.     Elkhorn A-B
                   118 - Tough Kids?...Is Your Program Really As Effective
Laura Hamilton     As They Are?: Overview of Essential Components in         1:30-3:00 p.m.       Patterson
                   Comprehensive Programming for Students with Emotional                            A-B
                   Behavioral Disabilities
Donna Meers        119 - Do You Have Unmotivated Students? CHAMPs                                 Patterson
Karen King         Module 5 – Motivation!                                    1:30-3:00 p.m.         C-D
                                      Second 1.5 Hour Afternoon Sessions
Darrell Scott      120 - The Best Antidote to School Violence                3:15-4:45 p.m.      Bluegrass 1
                   121 - “You Can’t Come to My Birthday Party”: Conflict                        Thoroughbred
Phyllis Hall       Resolution with Young Children                            3:15-4:45 p.m.          7-8
                   122 - Interventions for Changing Middle and High School
Keith Lakes        Student Behaviors                                         3:15-4:45 p.m.      Heritage 1
Kelly Davis
Amy Grimm          123 – Making A Difference At Goshen Elementary:                                Elkhorn
Donna Monroe       Getting Started With the Research-Based Olweus Bullying   3:15-4:45 p.m.        A-B
Denise White       Prevention Program
                   124 – Help! They’re EBD! How Do I Deal with Their
Tammy Gabbard      Challenging Behavior in the General Education Classroom? 3:15-4:45 p.m.      Patterson A-B
                   125 - CHAMPs Module 7 – Correction Procedures:
Alan Siegel        Responding to Misbehavior with Instruction instead of     3:15-4:45 p.m.     Patterson C-D

                       Behavior Institute 2005-- Session Overview
                Tuesday, June 28 – Morning Sessions Overview

   PRESENTER                          TITLE                           TIME            RM #
                                      3.0 Hour Sessions
Darrell Scott          200- Rachel’s Legacy                       8:30-11:30 a.m.        1
                       201 – Passion, Magic, Management and
Neila Connors          Effectiveness in the Classroom: Proud      8:30-11:30.m.      Bluegrass 2
                       To Be A Teacher and Proud to Make A
                       202 - Hints for SURVIVAL: Strategies
Jo Mascorro            to Assist in Teaching Children             8:30-11:30.m.     Thoroughbred
                       Ownership and Management of Their                               1-2-3
                       203 - Administrator’s Desk Reference:
Bob McLaughlin         Introduction and Focus on Consistency of   8:30-11:30.m.     Thoroughbred
                       Schoolwide Discipline in Common Areas                            5-6
                       204 - Conducting Functional Behavioral
Amy Lingo              Assessments and Implementing Behavior      8:30-11:30.m.     Thoroughbred
                       Intervention Plans                                               7-8
                       205 - Introduction to The Dimensions
Bea McGarvey           (Systems) of Learning                      8:30-11:30 a.m.    Heritage 1
                       206 - Cultural Diversity and
Gwen Cartledge         Disproportionately in Special Education:   8:30-11:30 a.m.     Heritage
                       Prevention Through Early Intervention                            2-3
                       207 – Dealing With Noncompliant and
Karen King             Difficult Students: Will You Diffuse or    8:30-11:30 a.m.   Elkhorn A-B
Donna Meers            Escalate the Situation?
                       208- Collaboration Models with
Lesa Hibbs             Behavioral Focus                           8:30-11:30 a.m.   Elkhorn C-D
                       209 - A Look at Preschool Behaviors:
Elizabeth McLaren      Teaching Social Skills and Designing       8:30-11:30 a.m.     Patterson
                       Behavior Interventions                                           A-B
                       210 - “I Didn’t Expect All This!”:
Tammy Gabbard          Mental Health Issues in the Classroom      8:30-11:30 p.m.   Patterson C-D

                        LUNCH 11:45 – 1:15 p.m.

                          Behavior Institute 2005-- Session Overview
                    Tuesday, June 28 – Afternoon Sessions Overview
    PRESENTER                                   TITLE                                     TIME             RM #
                                               3.0 Hour Sessions
Karen King             211 -Who’s Watching What Our Children Are Watching?
Ellen Whitley          School Violence, The Role of American Culture and The         1:15 - 4:30 p.m.    Bluegrass 1
Kathy Kalias           Media
                       212 – Do Your Students Get So *!# MAD They Could…?                               Thoroughbred
Jim Whitaker           Peaceful Alternatives to Student Aggression                   1:15 - 4:30 p.m.      1-2-3
                       213 - Strategies for Working With Students Whose
Jo Mascorro            Challenging Behavior is Complicated by Severe and             1:15 - 4:30 p.m.   Thoroughbred
                       Profound Disabilities                                                                7-8
Bea McGarvey           214 - Classroom Instructional Strategies                      1:15 - 4:30 p.m.    Heritage 1
                       215 - Cultural Diversity and Social Skill Instruction:
Gwen Cartledge         Understanding Ethnic and Gender Differences (repeat from      1:15 - 4:30 p.m.     Heritage
                       Monday)                                                                               2-3
Mickie McManamon       216 - SURVIVOR! Strategies and Interventions with High                             Patterson
Lesa Hibbs             School EBD Students                                           1:15 - 4:30 p.m.       A-B
                                               1.5 Hour Sessions
                       217 – ATTENTION School Leaders and Administrators:
Neila Connors           “If You Don’t Feed the Teachers, They Eat The Students!”     1:15 – 2:45 p.m.    Bluegrass 2
Karen Shields
Cheryl Heavrin         218 – Elementary Schoolwide Discipline Programs:              1:15 – 2:45 p.m.   Thoroughbred
Rita Crouch            Increasing Achievement in a Positive Environment                                      5-6
Justin Green           (Holiday and Farley Elementary)
Larry Wilson
Tena Stephenson
Patty Staton           219 – Winburn Middle School Spotlight: Secrets of             1:15 – 2:45 p.m.   Elkhorn A-B
Sue Ellis              Sustainability for Instructional Discipline Practices
Michelle Green         Schoolwide
Dr. Swope              220 - Psychiatric Disorders, Medications, and Interventions
Kathy Isenhour         for the Classroom                                             1:15 - 2:45 p.m.   Elkhorn C-D
                       221 - Addressing Behavior Concerns Within The IEP Using
Marti Ginter           Kentucky’s Curriculum Framework                               1:15 – 2:45 p.m.   Patterson C-D
                                    Second 1.5 Hour Afternoon Sessions
                       222 – Maintaining A Positive Attitude and Sense of Humor In
Neila Connors          Tough Times: Lighten Up, Chill Out, and Live Your Life to     3:00-4:30 p.m.      Bluegrass 2
                       the Fullest!
Janet Caldwell
Carolyn Colson         223 – Instructional Discipline: Traveling the Road to Meet
Shannon Chiles         the Challenge                                                 3:00-4:30 p.m.     Thoroughbred
Chris Merfeld          (Murray Elementary & Middle Schools)                                                  5-6
Mike Epperson
Judy Muehleman
Melissa Carpenter      224 - We “START ON TIME” In Owen County: A Way to
Joy Roberts            Reduce Tardies in Your Middle or High School                  3:00-4:30 p.m.     Elkhorn A-B
Clark Roberts
Rashmi Adi Brown       225 - Promise Not to Tell? A Teacher’s Guide to
Natalie Kelly          Recognizing and Responding to Child Sexual Abuse              3:00-4:30 p.m.     Elkhorn C-D
                       226 - Collecting, Organizing, and Analyzing Office
Marti Ginter           Discipline Referrals Through S.W.I.S. (Schoolwide             3:00-4:30 p.m.       Patterson
Deanna Smith           Information System) and/or STI (Student Tracking                                     C-D

                               Behavior Institute 2005-- Session Overview
                                           Poster Sessions
                 Wednesday, June 29 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. (1.5 Hour Sessions)
                       Title                           Presenter               School/Organization
                                                                        Dixie Magnet Champs Coach –
CHAMPs                                           Alice Cox              Fayette County Public Schools
                                                                        Special Education Teachers for
“Eliminating Behaviors” using B.I.P.’s           Loretta Steele         Yates Elementary
                                                 Kim Kearns             Fayette County Public Schools
                                                                        Counselor for Tates Creek Middle
Bullying                                         Leigh Ann McDowell     Fayette County Public Schools
                                                 Paula Englert          The Binet School
PME Forms for Alternate Portfolios               Catherine Sweeney      Jefferson County Public Schools
                                                                        Dept. of Pupil Personnel
Attendance/Truancy                               Nancy Jackson          Counselor Garden Springs Ele.
                                                 Diana Cromer           Fayette County Public Schools
                                                 Laura Hill             Harrison Elementary
Harrison’s Elementary S.A.T.                     Toni Brown             Fayette County Public Schools
Developing a Distinguished Teacher/Para-         Donna Kay Thomas       Special Education Resource
educator Partnership                             Debbi DeVrieze         Specialists
                                                                        Fayette County Public Schools
                                                 Dana Stokesbary        Arlington Elementary
Dibels and Bits…The Meat of Reading First        Dana Messner           Fayette County Public Schools
                                                 Larry Dixon            Jessie Clark Middle
I.S.S.: It’s Part of a Successful School         Debbie LaBoone         Fayette County Public Schools
                                                                        Special Education Teacher
Mentoring                                        Carla Rasheed          Bluegrass Middle School
                                                                        Hardin County Public Schools
Sensory Equipment K-4 Mini Grant                 Amanda Hetzel          Special Education
                                                 Kim DuFour             Scott County Public Schools
                                                                        Professor at University of Louisville
Comprehensive Assessment of School               Nancy Cunningham       MHMR Program Administrator KY
Bullying                                         Beth Armstrong         Department of Mental Health &
                                                                        Retardation Services
WHAT ARE YOU AFRAID OF? Mending Fences                                  Behavior Consultant
and Building Positive Partnerships Between       Stephanie Clayton      Nelson County Public Schools
Parents, School Staff, and Students With
Behavioral Challenges.
Safe Schools Online Survey                       Tena Robbins           KY Department of Mental Health
Corrective Reading for Middle & High School      Donna Neal             Special Education Teachers
Students with Behavioral Challenge               Alisha Rummage         Nelson County Public Schools
                                                                        High Special Education Teacher
Communication is the KEY                         Bruce McKain           Hardin County Public Schools
Workable Behavior Intervention Plans for All     Karen Guffy            Counselor for Squires Elementary
Kids!!!                                                                 Fayette County Public Schools
                                                 Janet Blair            Breckinridge Elementary
Highly Structured Classroom                      Robin Gordon           Fayette County Public Schools
Using Assistive Technology to Help               Carol Moffett          Picadome Elementary
                                                                        Fayette County Public Schools
Model Programs for Substance Abuse                                      Assistant Director of North KEY
Prevention                                       Erin Paul              Regional Prevention Center
Help! I Have A Kid Who Won’t Start Doing The     Dennis Neyman, Ph.D.   EBD Teacher
Right Thing, Nor Stop These Outrageous           Marcia Lemon           EBD Program Specialist
Behaviors                                                               Jefferson County Public Schools

                         Behavior Institute 2005-- Session Overview
                   Wednesday, June 29 – Morning Sessions Overview
      PRESENTER                             TITLE                               TIME             RM#
                                            3.0 Hour Sessions
                         300 – I Can’t Make You: Attitude Shifts and                           Bluegrass
John Maag                Derailments for Resistance                       9:00-12:00 p.m.          1
                         301 – Closing the Achievement Gap: We’re
Bea McGarvey             Beginning to Think that Building Background      9:00-12:00 p.m.      Bluegrass
                         Knowledge May Be the Key!                                                 2
                         302 - When “GO TO THE OFFICE!!” Isn’t                               Thoroughbred
Jo Mascarro              Quite Far Enough To Send Them!                   9:00-12:00 p.m.        1-2-3
                         303 - Attachment Theory and Classroom                               Thoroughbred
H. Otto Kaak             Applications                                     9:00-12:00 p.m.         7-8
                         304 - “Partnership Coaching”: A Different                              Elkhorn
Jane Harris              Set of Ground Rules!                             9:00-12:00 p.m.        C-D
                                            1.5 Hour Sessions
                         305 - What Do Hot Tamales and Sour War Heads
Karen Frohoff            Have to Do with Behavior? Understanding the      9:00-10:30 a.m.    Thoroughbred
Carlotta Abbott          Sensory Needs of Children and Youth to Develop                          5-6
                         Proactive Strategies for Use in the Classroom,
                         Cafeteria, and Playground
                         306 – Elementary EBD: “How to Survive and
Bonnie Lindsay           Thrive in a Self-Contained Classroom for         9:00-10:30 a.m.      Heritage 1
Catherine Cotton         Elementary Students with Emotional
Brittany Ford            Behavioral Disabilities”
                         307 - The Challenges of Teenagers with
Butch Welsh              ADHD                                             9:00-10:30 a.m.     Heritage 2-3
                         308 - Everything Rises and Falls on
Stu Silberman            Leadership                                       9:00-10:30 a.m.    Elkhorn A-B
                         309 - Is This Conflict Resolved? Conflict
Kathy Kalias             Resolution and The Mediation Process in          9:00-10:30 a.m.    Patterson A-B
Kathy Isenhour           EBD/Alternative Secondary Settings for
                         Adolescents with Challenging Behavior
                         310 - From Defiance to Compliance: Giving
Jason Gibson             Acting Out Students the Skills for Success       9:00-10:30 a.m.    Patterson C-D
                                  Second 1.5 Hour Morning Sessions
Sandra Keenan            311 - EBD: The National Perspective              10:45-12:15 p.m.       5-6
                         312 - Growing School Success: Planting the
Jodee Slone              Seeds of Social Skills in the Elementary         10:45-12:15 p.m.     Heritage 1
                         313 - What’s It Like To Have ADHD? A
Butch Welsh              Panel of Experts: Children, Adolescents and      10:45-12:15 p.m.    Heritage 2-3
Kathy Isenhour           Their Parents and Teachers
                         314 - Understanding Behavior in the Context
Barbara Connor           of Cultural Diversity                            10:45-12:15 p.m.   Elkhorn A-B
                         315 - Kentucky Accessible Materials
Michael Abell            Consortium (KAMC): Improved Student              10:45-12:15 p.m.     Patterson
Karen Ender              Engagement and Learning Through                                         A-B
Preston Lewis            Accessible Digital Curriculum Materials
                         316 - How to Know What You Are Doing Is
Jason Gibson             Really Changing Behavior: Using Practical        10:45-12:15 p.m.   Patterson C-D
                         Data Effectively

                      Behavior Institute 2005-- Session Overview
             Wednesday, June 29 – Afternoon Sessions Overview
                           (All 1.5 hr. Sessions)

  PRESENTER                         TITLE                          TIME             RM #

                     317 - Controlling Your Emotions and
John Maag            Behavior Regardless of How Disagreeably 1:30-3:00 p.m.       Bluegrass 1
                     Others Treat You

Bea McGarvey         318 - Student Motivation                   1:30-3:00 p.m.    Bluegrass 2
                     319 - Working With Parents and                              Thoroughbred
Jo Mascorro          Guardians: A Team Approach                 1:30-3:00 p.m.       1-2-3
                     320 - Autism and Asperger’s Disorder:
                     Proactive Use of Behavior Planning to                       Thoroughbred
Karen Frohoff        Eliminate or Decrease Serious Behavioral   1:30-3:00 p.m.        5-6
                     Issues With Students as They Transition
                     to New Classes or Schools
                     321 – Engaging Difficult Students Using                     Thoroughbred
Carol Moffett        Technology for Positive Behavior Support   1:30-3:00 p.m.       7-8
Katherine Stone      322 - Basics of Self-Injurious Behavior:
MacKenzie Leachman   Information for Parents and Teachers       1:30-3:00 p.m.    Heritage 1
                     323 - Identifying and Intervening with
Karen DeMoss         Children and Youth Who Have                1:30-3:00 p.m.   Heritage 2-3
                     Obsessive-Compulsive or Anxiety
                     324 - Preventing Behavior Problems by
Preston Lewis        Planning for All Learners: Using           1:30-3:00 p.m.   Elkhorn A-B
Linnie Lee           Universal Design to Meet the Needs of
                     Every Student
                     325 - Legal Issues: When Behavior Is the
                     Question, What Is the Answer? The          1:30-3:00 p.m.   Elkhorn C-D
Sammie Lambert       Ramifications of the 2004 IDEA
                     Reauthorization on Students With
                     Behavioral Issues

Greg Rayer           326 - Using Music To Enhance Instruction 1:30-3:00 p.m.     Patterson A-B
                     327 - Give an Hour to Save a Life?
Jason Padgett        Utilizing Question, Persuade, and Refer  1:30-3:00 p.m.     Patterson C-D
                     (QPR) to Prevent Suicide