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                       CURRICULUM VITA
                        George M. Sugai
                              March 5 2010

                        University of Connecticut
                        Neag School of Education
                  Department of Educational Psychology
                     249 Glenbrook Road Unit 2064
                     Storrs, Connecticut 06269-2064
                          Voice: 860-486-0289
                    E-mail: George.sugai@uconn.edu

                       Professional Preparation

Ph.D.                   Special Education                 1980
                        Behavior Disorders
                        University of Washington
                        Seattle, WA

M.Ed.                   Special Education                 1974
                        Behavior Disorders
                        University of Washington
                        Seattle, WA

B.A.                    Biological Sciences               1973
                        University of California
                        Santa Barbara, CA

                       Professional Experiences

Director                Center for Behavioral Education   2006-present
                          and Research
                        Neag School of Education
                        University of Connecticut
                        Storrs, CT

Carole J. Neag          Special Education                 2005-present
  Endowed Chair         Neag School of Education
Professor               University of Connecticut
 (with tenure)          Storrs, CT

Professor               Special Education                 1997-2005
 (with tenure)          University of Oregon
                        Eugene, OR
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Associate Professor        Special Education           1989-1997
 (with tenure)             University of Oregon
                           Eugene, OR

Visiting Research Fellow   Special Needs               1991
                           Education Studies
                           Edith Cowan University
                           Mount Lawley, Western
                           Australia

Assistant Professor        Special Education           1984-1989
                           University of Oregon
                           Eugene, OR

Treatment Director         Spaulding Youth Center      1983-1984
                           Tilton, NH

Assistant Professor        Special Education           1979-1983
                           University of Kentucky
                           Lexington, KY

Teaching Assistant         Special Education           1979
 (Instructor)              University of Washington
                           Seattle, Washington

Respite Care & Standard    University of Washington    1979
 First Aid Instructor      Division of Developmental
                            Disabilities & King
                            County Red Cross
                           Seattle, WA

Head Teacher               Mrachek Middle School       1977-1978
 (Self-Contained           Aurora Public Schools
 Classroom for             Aurora, CO
 Emotional and/or
 Behavioral Disorders)

Head Counselor             Hampshire Country School    1977
 (Summer Camp)             Camp Timbertop
                           Rindge, NH

Special Education          Lansing Elementary School   1976
 Teacher                   Aurora Public Schools
 (EBD Summer Camp)         Aurora, CO

Head Teacher               North Middle School         1974-1977
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 (EBD Resource Room)      Aurora Public Schools
                          Aurora, CO

Special Education         Edmonds Prevocational Program   1974
 Student Teacher          Woodway Senior High School
                          Edmonds Public Schools
                          Edmonds, WA

Student Teacher           Biology Department              1974
  Biology                 Woodway Senior High School
                          Edmonds Public Schools
                          Edmonds, WA

Intern Teacher            SAGE Program                    1974
  (Severe Behavior        Edmonds Public Schools
  Disorders)              Edmonds, WA

Unit Director             Camp Harmon                     1972
 (Multiply Handicapped)   Santa Cruz County Easter
                          Seals Society
                          Santa Cruz, CA

Head Counselor            Camp Harmon                     1971
 (Multiply Handicapped)   Santa Cruz County Easter
                          Seals Society
                          Santa Cruz, CA
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                                Publications/Scholarship

In Press (Refereed Journals)

Spaulding, S. A., Horner, R. H., Irvin, L. K., May, S. L., Emeldi, M., Tobin, T. J., &
    Sugai, G. (In press). School-wide social-behavioral climate, student problem
    behavior, and related administrative decisions: Empirical patterns from 1,510
    schools nationwide. Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (in press). School-wide positive behavior support:
    Establishing a continuum of evidence based practices. Journal of Evidence-based
    Practices for Schools.

Horner, R. H., Sugai, G., & Anderson, C. M. (in press). Examining the evidence base for
    school-wide positive behavior support. Focus on Exceptionality.

Lewis, T. J., Jones, S. E. L., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (in press). School-wide behavior
    support and students with emotional/behavioral disorders: Implications for
    prevention, identification, and intervention. Exceptionality.

Published (Refereed Journals)

Simonsen, B., Shaw, S., Faggella-Luby, M., Sugai, G., Coyne, M., Rhein, B., Madaus,
    J., & Alfano, M. (2010). A school-wide model for service delivery: Redefining
    special educators as interventionists. Remedial and Special Education, 31, 17-23.

McIntosh, K., Filter, K. J., Bennett, J., Ryan, C., & Sugai, G. (2010). Principles of
    sustainable prevention: Designing scale-up of school-wide positive behavior
    support to promote durable systems. Psychology in the Schools.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2009, invited). Responsiveness-to-intervention and school-
    wide positive behavior supports: Integration of multi-tiered approaches.
    Exceptionality, 17, 223-237.

Sugai, G., & Preciado, J. (2009). L‟estat actual I els avencos en el support conductual
    positiu a nivell d‟escola. SUPORTS: Revista Catalana d’Educacio Inclusiva, 13(1),
    4-19.

Horner, R., Sugai, G., Smolkowski, K., Eber, L., Nakasato, J., Todd, A., & Esperanza,
    J., (2009). A randomized, wait-list controlled effectiveness trial assessing school-
    wide positive behavior support in elementary schools. Journal of Positive Behavior
    Interventions, 11, 133-145.

Flannery, K. B., Sugai, G., & Anderson, C. M. (2009). School-wide positive behavior
     support in high school: Early lessons learned. Journal of Positive Behavior
     Interventions, 11, 133-145.
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Colvin, G., Flannery, B., Sugai, G., & Monegan, J. (2009). Using observational data to
     provide performance feedback to teachers: A high school case study. Preventing
     School Failure, 53, 95-104.

Sadler, C., & Sugai, G. (2009). Effective behavior and instructional support: A district
    model for early identification and prevention of reading and behavior problems.
    Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 11, 35-46.

McIntosh, K., Flannery, K. B., Sugai, G., Braun, D., & Cochrane, K. L. (2008).
    Relationships between academics and problem behavior in the transition from
    middle school to high school. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 10, 243-
    255.

Simonsen, B., Fairbanks, S., Briesch, A., Myers, D., & Sugai, G. (2008). Evidence-
    based practices in classroom management: Considerations for research to
    practice. Education and Treatment of Children, 31, 351-380.

Sugai, G., Simonsen, B., & Horner, R. H. (2008) (Eds.). Schoolwide positive behavior
    supports: A continuum of positive behavior supports for all students (invited
    special issue). Teaching Exceptional Children, 40(6). 5.

Simonsen, B., Sugai, G., & Negron, M. (2008). School-wide positive behavior supports:
    Primary systems and practices. Teaching Exceptional Children, 40(6). 32-40.

Fairbanks, S., Simonsen, B., & Sugai, G. (2008). Classwide secondary and tertiary tier
     practices and systems. Teaching Exceptional Children, 40(6). 44-54.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2008). What we know and need to know about preventing
    problem behavior in schools. Exceptionality, 16, 67-77.

Preciado, J., & Sugai, G. (2007). Donar support a l‟alumnat amb problems conductuals
     des d‟un enforcement centrat en la funcio. Revista Catalana d’Educacio Inclusiva,
     11(1), 4-11.

Hagan-Burke, S., Burke, M., & Sugai, G. (2007). Using structural analysis and
    academic-based intervention for a students at risk for EBD. Behavioral Disorders,
    32, 174-190.

Simonsen, B., & Sugai, G. (2007). Using school-wide data systems to make decisions
    efficiently and effectively. School Psychology Forum, 1(2), 46-58.

Doolittle, J. H., Horner, R. H., Bradley, R., Sugai, G., & Vincent, C. (2007). Importance
     of student social behavior in the mission statements, personnel preparation
     standards, and innovation efforts of state departments. Journal of Special
     Education, 40, 239-245.

Sugai, G. (2007) (invited). Promoting behavioral success in schools: Commentary on
    exemplary practices. In McDougal, J., & Miller, D. Special Practitioner‟s Edition:
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     Promoting behavioral success. Psychology in the Schools, 44, 113-118.

Fairbanks, S., Sugai, G., Guardino, D., & Lathrop, M. (2007). Response to intervention:
     Examining classroom behavior support in second grade. Exceptional Children, 73,
     288-310.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (2006) (invited paper). A promising approach for expanding and
    sustaining the implementation of school-wide positive behavior support. School
    Psychology Review, 35, 245-259.

Irvin, L. K., Horner, R. H., Ingram, K., Todd, A. W., Sugai, G., Sampson, N. K., &
      Boland, J. B. (2006). Using office discipline referral data for decision making about
      student behavior in elementary and middle schools: An empirical evaluation of
      validity. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 8, 10-23.

Ingram, K., Lewis-Palmer, T., & Sugai, G. (2005). Function-based intervention planning:
     Comparing the effectiveness of FBA indicated and contra-indicated intervention
     plans. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 7, 224-236.

Tobin, T. J., & Sugai, G. (2005). Preventing problem behaviors: Primary, secondary,
     and tertiary level prevention interventions for young children. Journal of Early
     Intensive Behavior Intervention, 2(3), 115-124.

Sugai, G., & Lewis-Palmer, T. (Eds.) (2004). Invited special Issue: Function-based
    assessment. Assessment for Effective Instruction, 30.

Sugai, G., & Lewis-Palmer, T. (2004). Overview of function-based approach to behavior
    support within schools (invited special issue). Assessment for Effective Instruction.
    30, 1-6.

Lewis-Palmer, T., Bounds, M., & Sugai, G. (2004). District-wide system for providing
    individual student support (invited special issue). Assessment for Effective
    Instruction, 30, 53-66.

Preciado, J., & Sugai, G. (2004) (invited). Suport conductual positiu a nivell d‟escola:
     una revisio de les seves caracteristiques critiques. Suports: Revista Catalana
     d’Educacio Especial I Atencio a la Diversitat, 8(2), 148-156.

Beard-Jordan, K., & Sugai, G. (2004). First Step to Success: An early intervention for
    elementary children at risk for antisocial behavior. Behavioral Disorders, 29, 396-
    409.

Hirsch, E. J., Lewis-Palmer, T., Sugai, G., & Schnacker, L. (2004). Using school bus
     discipline referral data in decision making: Two case studies. Preventing School
     Failure, 48(4), 4-9.

Sugai, G. (2004) (invited). Commentary: Establishing efficient and durable systems of
    school-based support. School Psychology Review, 32, 530-535.
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Horner, R. H., Todd, A. W., Lewis-Palmer, T., Irvin, L. K., Sugai, G., & Boland, J. B.
    (2004). The School-Wide Evaluation Tool (SET): A research instrument for
    assessing school-wide positive behavior support. Journal of Positive Behavior
    Interventions, 6, 3-12.

Irvin, L. K., Tobin, T. J., Sprague, J. R., Sugai, G., & Vincent, C. G. (2004). Validity of
      office discipline referral measures as indices of school-wide behavioral status and
      effects of school-wide behavioral interventions. Journal of Positive Behavior
      Interventions, 6, 131-147.

Sugai, G. (2003) (invited). Mike is right: Lessons learned from reflections. Behavioral
    Disorders, 28, 217-220.

Harvey, M. T., Lewis-Palmer, T., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (2003). Trans-situational
    interventions: Generalization of behavior support across school and home
    environments. Behavioral Disorders, 28, 299-213.

Burke, M. D., Hagan-Burke, S., & Sugai, G. (2003). The efficacy of function-based
    interventions for students with learning disabilities who exhibit escape-maintained
    problem behavior: Preliminary results from a single case study. Learning
    Disabilities Quarterly, 26, 15-25.

Martin, E. J., Tobin, T. J., & Sugai, G. (2002). Current information on dropout
     prevention: Ideas from practitioners and literature. Preventing School Failure, 47,
     10-17.

Lindsay, S. E., Sugai, G., & DePry, R. (2002). Perceptions of work performance
     recognition among educators. Journal of Behavioral Education, 11, 191-202.

Tobin, T. J., Lewis-Palmer, T., & Sugai, G. (2002). School-wide and individualized
     effective behavior support: An explanation and an example. Behavior Analyst
     Today, 3, 51-75.

De Pry, R., L., & Sugai, G. (2002). The effect of active supervision and precorrection on
    minor behavioral incidents in a sixth grade general education classroom. Journal
    of Behavioral Education, 11, 255-267.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R.H. (2002). The evolution of discipline practices: School-wide
    positive behavior supports. Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 24, 23-50.

     Reprinted: In J. K. Luiselli, & C. Diament (Eds.) (2002), Behavior psychology in the
              schools: Innovations in evaluation, support, and consultation. New York:
              Haworth Press.

Eber, L., Sugai, G., Smith, C., & Scott, T. (2002). Blending process and practice to
    maximize outcomes: Wraparound and positive behavioral interventions and
    supports in the schools. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 10, 171-
    181.
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Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2002). Introduction to the special issue of JEBD on “positive
    behavioral supports in the schools.” Journal of Emotional and Behavioral
    Disorders, 10, 130-135.

Kinch, C., Lewis-Palmer, T., Burke, S. H., & Sugai, G. (2002). A comparison of teacher
     and student functional assessment interview information from low-risk and high-
     risk settings. Education and Treatment of Children, 24, 480-494.

Horner, R. H., Sugai, G., Lewis-Palmer, T., & Todd, A. W. (2001). Teaching school-
    wide behavioral expectations. Report on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in
    Youth, 1(4), 77-79, 93-96.

Gresham, F. M., Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2001). Social competence of students with
    high-incidence disabilities: Conceptual and methodological issues in interpreting
    outcomes of social skills training. Exceptional Children, 67, 311-311.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (1999-2000). Including the functional behavioral assessment
    technology in schools (invited special issue). Exceptionality, 8, 145-148.

Sugai, G., Lewis-Palmer, T., & Hagan-Burke, S. (1999-2000). Overview of the
    functional behavioral assessment process. Exceptionality, 8, 149-160.

Horner, R. H., Sugai, G. Todd, A. W., & Lewis-Palmer, T. (1999-2000). Elements of
    behavior support plans: A technical brief. Exceptionality, 8, 205-216.

Sugai, G., Horner, R. H., Dunlap, G. Hieneman, M., Lewis, T. J., Nelson, C. M., Scott,
    T., Liaupsin, C., Sailor, W., Turnbull, A. P., Turnbull, H. R., III, Wickham, D. Reuf,
    M., & Wilcox, B. (2000). Applying positive behavioral support and functional
    behavioral assessment in schools. Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions, 2,
    131-143.

   Reprinted: In L. Bambara, G. Dunlap, & E. Schwartze (Eds.) (2004). Positive
              behavior support: Critical articles on improving practice for individuals
              with severe disabilities (pp. 356-368). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (2000). School-wide behavior support: An emerging initiative
    (special issue). Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions, 2, 231-233.

Lewis, T. J., Colvin, G., & Sugai, G. (2000). The effects of pre-correction and active
    supervision on the recess behavior of elementary school students. Education and
    Treatment of Children, 23, 109-121.

Smith, B. W., & Sugai, G. (2000). Functional assessment-based behavior support
    planning: A self-management case study of a middle school student with EBD.
    Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. 2(4), 208-217.
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Sugai, G., Sprague, J. R., Horner, R. H., & Walker, H. M. (2000). Preventing school
    violence: The use of office discipline referrals to assess and monitor school-wide
    discipline interventions. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 8, 94-101.

     Reprinted: In H. M. Walker & M. H. Epstein (2001) (Eds). Making schools safer
               and violence free: Critical issues, solutions, and recommended practices
               (pp. 50-57). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed

Horner, R. H., Sugai, G., & Horner, H. F. (2000). A school-wide approach to student
    discipline. The School Administrator, 57(2), 20-24.

Lee, Y., Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (1999). Effect of component skill instruction on math
     performance and on-task, problem, and off-task behavior of students with
     emotional and behavioral disorders. Journal of Positive Behavioral Interventions,
     1, 195-204.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (1999). Discipline and behavioral support: Preferred
    processes and practices. Effective School Practices, 17(4), 10-22.

Lewis-Palmer, T., Sugai, G., & Larson, S. (1999). Using data to guide decisions about
    program implementation and effectiveness. Effective School Practices, 17(4), 47-
    53.

Todd, A., Horner, R., Sugai, G., & Colvin, G. (1999). Individualizing school-wide
    discipline for students with chronic problem behaviors: A team approach. Effective
    School Practices, 17(4), 72-82.

Todd, A. W., Horner, R. H., Sugai, G., & Sprague, J. R. (1999). Effective behavior
    support: Strengthening school-wide systems through a team-based approach.
    Effective School Practices, 17(4), 23-27.

Sugai, G., Horner, R. H., & Sprague, J. (1999). Functional assessment-based behavior
    support planning: Research-to-practice-to-research. Behavioral Disorders, 24,
    223-227.

Kim, Y. M., Sugai, G. M., & Kim G. (1999). Early intervention needs of children at risk
     due to prenatal drug exposure: A survey of early childhood educators. Journal of
     Research in Childhood Education, 13, 209-217.

Lewis, T. J., & Sugai, G. (1999). Effective behavior support: A systems approach to
    proactive school-wide management. Focus on Exceptional Children, 31(6), 1-24.

Todd, A., Horner, R., & Sugai, G. (1999). Effects of self-monitoring and self-recruited
    praise on problem behavior, academic engagement and work completion in a
    typical classroom. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 1, 66-76.
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Tobin, T., & Sugai, G. (1999). Predicting violence at school, chronic discipline problems,
     and high school outcomes from sixth graders‟ school records. Journal of Emotional
     and Behavioral Disorders, 7, 40-53.

Tobin, T., & Sugai, G. (1999). Discipline problems, placements, and outcomes for
     students with serious emotional disturbance. Behavioral Disorders, 24, 109-121.

Lewis, T. J, Sugai, G., & Colvin, G. (1998). Reducing problem behavior through a
    school-wide system of effective behavioral support: Investigation of a school-wide
    social skills training program and contextual interventions. School Psychology
    Review, 27, 446-459.

Sugai, G., Lewis-Palmer, T., & Hagan, S. (1998). Using functional assessments to
    develop behavior support plans. Preventing School Failure, 43(1), 6-13.

Langland, S., Lewis-Palmer, T., & Sugai, G. (1998). Teaching respect in the classroom:
    An instructional approach. Journal of Behavioral Education, 8, 245-262.

Sugai, G. (1998). Postmodernism and emotional and behavioral disorders: Distraction
    or advancement. Behavior Disorders, 23, 171-177.

Colvin, G., Sugai, G., Good, R. H., III, & Lee, Y. (1997). Using active supervision and
     precorrection to improve transition behaviors in an elementary school. School
     Psychology Quarterly, 12, 344-363.

Sugai, G., & Evans, D. (1997). Using teacher perceptions to screen for elementary
    students with high risk behaviors: Preliminary findings. AustralAsia Journal of
    Special Education 21, 18-35.

Sugai, G., & Colvin, G. (1997). Debriefing: A proactive addition to negative
    consequences for problem behavior. Education and Treatment of Children, 20,
    209-221.

Taylor-Greene, S., Brown, D., Nelson, L., Longton, J., Gassman, T., Cohen, J., Swartz,
     J., Horner, R. H., Sugai, G., & Hall, S. (1997). School-wide behavioral support:
     Starting the year off right. Journal of Behavioral Education, 7, 99-112.

Sugai, G., Bullis, M., & Cumblad, C. (1997). Skill development and support of
    educational personnel. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 5, 55-64.

Sugai, G. (1997). Using flowcharts to plan teaching strategies. Teaching Exceptional
    Children, 29(3), 37-42.

Sugai, G., & Lewis, T. (1996). Preferred and promising practices for social skills
    instruction. Focus on Exceptional Children, 29(4), 1-16.

Walker, H. M., Horner, R. H., Sugai, G., Bullis, M., Sprague, J. R., Bricker, D., &
    Kaufman, M. J. (1996). Integrated approaches to preventing antisocial behavior
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     patterns among school-age children and youth. Journal of Emotional and
     Behavioral Disorders, 4, 193-256.

Tobin, T., Sugai, G., & Colvin, G. (1996). Patterns in middle school discipline records.
     Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 4(2), 82-94.

Lewis, T., & Sugai, G. (1996). Descriptive and experimental analysis of teacher and
    peer attention and the use of assessment-based intervention to improve the pro-
    social behavior of a student in a general education setting. Journal of Behavioral
    Education, 6, 7-24.

Lewis, T. J., & Sugai, G. (1996). Functional assessment of problem behavior: A pilot
    investigation of the comparative and interactive effects of teacher and peer social
    attention on students in general education settings. School Psychology Quarterly,
    11, 1-19.

Lewis, T., & Sugai, G. (Eds.) (1994). Special issue: Social behavior assessment within
    schools. Diagnostique, 19(2-3).

Lewis, T., Scott, T., & Sugai, G. (1994). The problem behavior questionnaire: A teacher
    based instrument to develop functional hypotheses of problem behavior in general
    education classrooms. Diagnostique, 19(2-3), 103-115.

Scott, T. M., & Sugai, G. (1994). The classroom ecobehavioral assessment instrument:
     A user-friendly method of assessing instructional/behavioral relationships in the
     classroom. Diagnostique, 19(2-3), 59-78.

Blakeslee, T., Sugai, G., & Gruba, J. (1994). A review of functional assessment use in
     data-based intervention studies. Journal of Behavioral Education, 4, 397-414.

Colvin, G., Kameenui, E. J., & Sugai, G. (1993). School-wide and classroom
     management: Reconceptualizing the integration and management of students with
     behavior problems in general education. Education and Treatment of Children, 16,
     361-381.

Tobin, T., & Sugai, G. (1993). Intervention aversiveness: Educators' perceptions of the
     need for restrictions on aversive intervention. Behavioral Disorders, 18, 110-117.

Colvin, G., Sugai, G., & Patching, W. (1993). Pre-correction: An instructional strategy
     for managing predictable behavior problems. Intervention in School and Clinic, 28,
     143-150.

Lewis, T. J., & Sugai, G. (1993). Teaching communicative alternatives to socially
    withdrawn behavior: An investigation in maintaining treatment effects. Journal of
    Behavioral Education, 3, 61-75.

Sugai, G., & Fuller, M. (1991). A decision model for social skills curriculum analysis.
    Remedial and Special Education, 12(4), 33-42.
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Wood, J. W., Lazzari, A., Davis, E. H., Sugai, G., & Carter, J. (1990). National status of
   the prereferral process: An issue for regular education. Action in Teacher
   Education, 12(3), 50-56.

Sugai, G. M., & Lewis, T. (1990). Teacher/student interaction analysis. Teacher
    Education and Special Education, 12(4), 131-138.

Sugai, G. M., Maheady, L., & Skouge, J. (1989). Best assessment practices for
    students with behavior disorders: Accommodation to cultural diversity and other
    individual differences. Behavioral Disorders, 14(4), 263-278.

Carter, J., & Sugai, G. M. (1989). Social skills curriculum analysis. Teaching
     Exceptional Children, 22(1), 36-39.

Carter, J., & Sugai, G. M. (1989). Survey on prereferral practices: Responses from state
     departments of education. Exceptional Children, 55(4), 298-302.

Sugai, G. M., & Chanter, C. (1989). The effects of training students with learning and
    behavior disorders to modify the behavior of their peers. Education and Treatment
    of Children, 12(2), 134-151.

Colvin, G., & Sugai, G. M. (1988). Proactive strategies for managing social behavior
     problems: An instructional approach. Education and Treatment of Children, 11(4),
     341-348.

Sugai, G. M., & Maheady, L. (1988). Cultural diversity and individual assessment for
    behavior disorders. Teaching Exceptional Children, 21(1), 28-31.

Carter, J., & Sugai, G. M. (1988). Promising practices for teaching social skills.
     Teaching Exceptional Children, 20(3), 68-70.

Sugai, G. M. (1987). Single subject research in bilingual special education. National
    Association for Bilingual Education Journal, 12(1), 65-84.

Sugai, G. M., & Fabre, T. (1987). The behavior teaching plan: A model for developing
    and implementing behavior change programs. Education and Treatment of
    Children, 19, 279-290.

Sugai, G. M. (1986). Recording classroom events: Critical incidents log. Teaching
    Exceptional Children, 18, 98-102.

Sugai, G. M., & Smith, P. (1986). The equal additions method taught with a modeling
    technique. Remedial and Special Education, 7, 40-48.

     Reprinted: Sugai, G. M., & Smith, P. (1987). Sottrazioni con il Riporto: L'efficacia
               del "metodo delle addizioni uguali." Insegnare All Handicappato, 1(3),
               277-393.
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Sugai, G. M., & White, W. (1986). The effects of object self-stimulation on the
    prevocational work rates of an autistic child. Journal of Autism and Developmental
    Disorders, 16, 459-471.

Sugai, G. M. (1985). Case study: Designing instruction from IEPs. Teaching
    Exceptional Children, 17, 232-239.

Sugai, G. M., & Rowe, P. (1984). The effects of self-recording on out-of-seat behavior.
    Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded, 19, 23-28.

Sugai, G. M. (1983). Making a teacher study group work. Teacher Education and
    Special Education, 6, 173-178.

Englert, C. S., & Sugai, G. M. (1983). Teaching training: Using peer observation to
    improve trainee performance. Teacher Education and Special Education, 6, 7-17.

Sugai, G. M. (1981). A report on preservice teacher competencies. Teacher Education
    and Special Education, 4, 31-35.

Books

Sailor, W., Dunlap, G., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (Eds.) (2009). Handbook of positive
     behavior support. New York, Springer.

Chafouleas, S., Riley-Tillman, T. C., & Sugai, G. (2007). School-based behavioral
    assessment: Informing intervention and instruction. New York: Guilford Press.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2005). Educational applications (Volume III). In M. Hersen.
    Encyclopedia of behavior modification and cognitive behavior therapy. New York:
    Sage Publications.

Sugai, G. M., & Tindal, G. (1993). Effective school consultation: An interactive
    approach. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Wolery, M. R., Bailey, D. B., Jr., & Sugai, G. M. (1988). Effective teaching: Principles
    and procedures of applied behavior analysis with exceptional students. Boston,
    MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Chapters

Lo, Y., Algozzine, B., Algozzine, K., Horner, R., & Sugai, G. (2010). Schoolwide positive
     behavior support. In B. Algozzine, A. P. Daunic, & S. W. Smith (Eds.), Preventing
     problem behaviors (2nd ed.) (pp. 33-51). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.

Sugai, G. (2009). Beyond the discipline handbook: An interview. In C. T. Chauncey & N.
    Walser (Eds.), Spotlight on student engagement, motivation and achievement (pp.
    123-130). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
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Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H., Fixsen, D., & Blase, K. (2010). Developing systems-level
    capacity for RtI implementation: Current efforts and future directions. In T. A.
    Glover & S. Vaughn (Eds.). Response to intervention: Empowering all students to
    learn – A critical account of the science and practice (pp. 286-309). New York:
    Guildford.

Simonsen, B., & Sugai, G. (2009). School-wide positive behavior support: A systems-
    level application of behavioral principles. In A. Akin-Little, S. G. Little, M. A. Bray, &
    T. J. Kehle, Behavioral Interventions in schools: Evidence-based positive
    strategies (pp. 139-140). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Dunlap, G., Sailor, W., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (2009). Chapter 1. Overview and
    history of positive behavior support. In W. Sailor, G. Dunlap, R. Horner, & G. Sugai
    (Eds), Handbook of Positive Behavior Support (pp. 3-16). New York: Springer.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2009). Chapter 13. Defining and describing school-wide
    positive behavior support. In W. Sailor, G. Dunlap, R. Horner, & G. Sugai (Eds),
    Handbook of Positive Behavior Support (pp. 307-326). New York: Springer.

McIntosh, K., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (2009). Chapter 14. Sustainability of systems-
    level evidence-based practices in schools: Current knowledge and future
    directions. In W. Sailor, G. Dunlap, R. Horner, & G. Sugai (Eds), Handbook of
    Positive Behavior Support (pp. 327-352). New York: Springer.

Sugai, G. (2009). Teaching students with emotional and behavioral disorders: Then and
    now. In W. L. Heward, Exceptional children: An introductory survey of special
    education (9th ed.) (pp. 248-249). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill/Prentice Hall.

Tobin, T. J., Rossetto Dickey, C., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (2008). Comprehensive
     implementation of the three-tiered prevention approach to school-wide behavior
     support: An elementary school case study. In Greenwood, C. G. (Ed.), Elementary
     School-Wide Prevention Models: Real Models and Real Lessons Learned. New
     York: Guilford.

Chard, D., Harn, B., Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (2008). Core Features of Multi-Tier
    Systems of Academic and Behavioral Support. In Greenwood, C. G. (Ed.),
    Elementary School-Wide Prevention Models: Real Models and Real Lessons
    Learned. New York: Guilford.

Sugai, G. (2008). Personal reflections: Screening and classification. In J. M. Kauffman
    & T. J. Landrum (Eds.), Characteristics of emotional and behavioral disorders of
    children and youth (9th ed.) (pp. XX-XX). Columbus, OH: Merrill.

Sugai, G., Horner, R. H., & McIntosh, K. (2008). Best practices in developing a broad-
    scale system of support for school-wide positive behavior support. In A. Thomas &
    J. P. Grimes (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology V (Vol. 3, pp. 765-780).
    Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists.
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Simonsen, B., & Sugai, G. (2007). School-wide positive behavior support: A systems
    level application of behavioral principles. In S. W. Evans, Mark D. Weist, & Z. N.
    Serpell (Eds.), Advances in school-based mental health interventions: Best
    practices and program models (pp. 8-2 – 8-17). Kingston, NJ: Civic Research
    Institute.

Horner, R.H., Sugai, G., Todd, A. W., & Lewis-Palmer, T. (2005). School-wide positive
    behavior support: An alternative approach to discipline in schools. In L. Bambara &
    L. Kern (Eds.) Individualized supports for students with problem behaviors:
    Designing positive behavior plans (pp. 359-390). New York: Guilford Press.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2005). School-wide positive behavior supports: Achieving
    and sustaining effective learning environments for all students. In W. H. Heward
    (Ed.), Focus on behavior analysis in education: Achievements, challenges, and
    opportunities (pp. 90-102). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice-Hall

Sugai, G., & Lewis, T. J. (2004). Social skills instruction in the classroom. In E. J.
    Kame‟enui & C. Darch (Eds.). Instructional classroom management (2 nd ed.) (pp.
    152-172). White Plains, NY: Longman.

Sugai, G., Lewis-Palmer, T., & Hagan-Burke, S. (2004). School-wide discipline and
    instructional classroom management: A systems approach. In E. J. Kame‟enui &
    C. Darch (Eds.). Instructional classroom management (2nd ed.) (pp. 218-248).
    White Plains, NY: Longman.

Sugai, G., Horner, R. H., & Gresham, F. (2002). Behaviorally effective school
    environments. In M. R. Shinn, G. Stoner, & H. M. Walker (Eds), Interventions for
    academic and behavior problems: Preventive and remedial approaches (pp. 315-
    350). National Association of School Psychologists. Silver Spring, MD.

Sugai, G. M., Kame‟enui, E. J., Horner, R. H., Simmons, D. C., & Coyne, M. (in press).
    Effective instructional and behavioral support systems: A school-wide approach to
    discipline and early literacy. In T. Hehir (Ed.), Five goals for special education in
    preparing today’s children for tomorrow’s world. Office of Special Education
    Programs, Washington, D.C.

Sugai, G., & Lewis, T. (1998). Preferred and promising practices for social skills
    instruction. In E. L. Meyen, G. A. Vergason, & R. J. Whelan (Eds.), Educating
    students with mild disabilities: Strategies and methods (2nd ed.) (pp. 137-162).
    Denver: Love publishing.

Sprague, J., Sugai, G., & Walker, H. (1998). Antisocial behavior in schools. In S.
    Watson & F. Gresham (Eds.), Child behavior therapy: Ecological considerations in
    assessment, treatment, and evaluation (pp. 451-474). New York: Plenum Press.

Sugai, G. (1998). The development of individualized behavior support plans. In M. M.
    Kerr & C. M. Nelson, Strategies for managing behavior problems in the classroom
    (3rd ed., pp. 139-145). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
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Sugai, G., & Lewis, T. (1997). Behavior disorders. In J. Wood & A. Lazzari (Eds.),
    Exceeding the boundaries: Understanding exceptional lives (pp. 196-237). Fort
    Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace College Publishers.

Sugai, G. M., (1988). Educational assessment of the culturally diverse and behavior
    disordered student: An examination of critical effect. In B. Ramirez (Ed.), Schools
    and the culturally diverse exceptional student: Promising practices and future
    directions. Reston, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.

Sugai, G. M. (1983). Using IEP‟ to design instruction. Case study in M. M. Kerr & C. M.
    Nelson, Strategies for managing problem behaviors in the classroom (pp. 72-79).
    Columbus, OH: Merrill.

Other Publications (Monographs, Bulletins, Non-refereed Publications, Proceedings,
etc.)

Sassu, K., & Sugai, G. (2009, winter). Introduction to school-wide positive behavior
     supports. Insights, 3(1), 9.

Sugai, G. (2008). School-wide positive behavior support and responsiveness to
     intervention. Learning Disabilities Network.

Sugai, G., & Simonsen, B. (2007). School uniforms: Not an open and clothes case.
     Hartford Courant.

Nelson, C. M., Sugai, G., & Smith, C. (Summer 2005). Positive behavior support offered
     in juvenile corrections. NASDSE Counterpoint, 1, 6-7.

Horner, R., Sugai, G., & Vincent, C. (2005). School-wide positive behavior support:
     Investing in student success. IMPACT, 18(2), 4-5.

Bohanon-Edmonson, H., Flannery, K. B., Eber, L., & Sugai, G. (2004). Positive
     behavior support in high schools: Monograph from the 2004 high school forum of
     positive behavioral interventions and supports. Center on Positive Behavioral
     Interventions and Supports. University of Oregon.

Sugai, G., Tobin, T. J., & Martin, E. (2004). Antisocial behavior. In T. S. Watson, T. S. &
     C. H. Skinner (Eds), Encyclopedia of school psychology (pp. 25-27). New York:
     Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Smith, C. (October 2004). What is positive behavioral supports? An interview with
     George Sugai and Rob Horner. Attention, 22(2), 34-27.

Anderson, M., Beard, K., Delgado, B., Kea, C D., Raymond, E. B., Singh, N. N., Sugai,
     G., Townsend, B. L., Voltz, D., & Webb-Johnson, G. (2003). Working with
     culturally and linguistically divers children, youth, and their families: Promising
     practices in assessment, instruction, and personnel. Council for Children with
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      Behavioral Disorders. Council for Exceptional Children. Excerpts in Beyond
      Behavior, 12(2). 12-16.

Vincent, C. G., Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (July 2002). Developing social competence
     for all students. ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education. EDO-
     EC-04.

Lewis-Palmer, T., Flannery, B., Sugai, G., & Eber, L. (2002). Applying a systems
     approach to school-wide discipline in secondary schools: What we are learning
     and need to learn. Conference Monograph, CASE/CCBD, Albuquerque, New
     Mexico.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2002). Behavior function: Staying close to what we know.
     Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Newsletter, 1. www.pbis.
     .org/news/pbisnewsletter.htm.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2001). Features of an effective behavior support at the
     school district level. Beyond Behavior, 11(1), 16-19.

Horner, R. H., Sugai, G., & Todd, A. W. (2001). “Data” need not be a four-letter word:
     Using data to improve schoolwide discipline. Beyond Behavior, 11(1), 20-26.

Tobin, T., Sugai, G., & Colvin, G. (May, 2000). Research brief: Using discipline referrals
     to make decisions. Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary Principals,
     84(616), 106-120.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (April, 2000). Towards effective behavioral systems of support:
     A school-wide approach to discipline. Office of Special Education Programs, US
     Department of Education.

Gresham, F. M., Sugai, G., Horner, R. H., Quinn, M. M., & McInerney, M. (2000).
     School-wide values, discipline, and social skills. Synthesis report for American
     Institutes of Research and Office of Special Education Programs. Washington,
     D.C.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (April, 2000). Researchers as resources guide on effective
     school-wide behavioral support systems. Office of Special Education Programs,
     US Department of Education.

Sugai, G., Kame‟enui, E. J., Horner, R. H., & Simons, D. C. (April, 2000). Effective
     instructional and behavioral support systems: A school-wide approach to
     discipline and early literacy. Office of Special Education Programs, US
     Department of Education.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (2000). Applying positive behavioral support in schools. In 22nd
     annual report to Congress on implementation of IDEA. Office of Special
     Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C.
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Sugai, G., & Tobin, T. (1999). Sugai-Tobin archival review (STAR): User’s guide and
     technical manual. University of Oregon, College of Education, Behavioral
     Research and Teaching, Eugene.

Lewis, T., & Sugai, G. (1999) (Eds.). Safe schools: School-wide discipline practices.
     Miniseries Monograph of the International Conference for Council for Children
     with Behavior Disorders.

Sugai, G., & Lewis, T. (1999) (Eds.). Developing positive behavioral support for
     students with challenging behaviors. Miniseries Monograph of the International
     Conference for Council for Children with Behavior Disorders.

Horner, R. H., & Sugai, G. (1999). Introduction to positive behavior support. In G. Sugai
     & T. Lewis (Eds.), Developing positive behavioral support for students with
     challenging behaviors. Miniseries Monograph of the International Conference for
     Council for Children with Behavior Disorders.

Nelson, R., & Sugai, G. (1999). The school-wide application of positive behavioral
     supports. In G. Sugai & T. Lewis (Eds.), Developing positive behavioral support
     for students with challenging behaviors. Miniseries Monograph of the International
     Conference for Council for Children with Behavior Disorders.

Sprague, J. R., Sugai, G., Horner, R. H., & Walker, H. M. (1999). Using office discipline
     referral data to evaluate school-wide discipline and violence prevention
     interventions. Oregon School Studies Council Bulletin, 42(2), 1-17.

Hagan, S. L., & Sugai, G. (1998). Functional assessment and support plans. In R. E.
    Schmid & W. Evans (Eds.), Curriculum and instruction practices for students with
    emotional/behavioral disorders (pp. 13-20). Council for Children with Behavior
    Disorders. Reston, VA: Council for Exceptional Children.

Gable, R., Sugai, G., Lewis, T., Nelson, J. R., Cheney, D., Safran, S. P., & Safran, H. S.
     (1997) (Eds.). Consultation and collaboration and the education of students with
     emotional and behavioral disorders. Miniseries Monograph of the International
     Conference for Council for Children with Behavior Disorders.

Lewis, T. J., & Sugai, G. (1997). Make sure you‟re heard: A guide to preparing
     manuscripts for publication. Beyond Behavior, 7(3), 16-18.

Sugai, G. (1996). Providing effective behavior support to all students: Procedures and
     processes. SAIL, 11(1), 1-4.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (1996). Discipline and behavioral support: Preferred processes
     and practices. Behavioral Research and Teaching, College of Education,
     University of Oregon. Eugene, Oregon.
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Sugai, G., & Lewis, T. (1996). Emotional and behavioral disorders. Behavior Disorders
     Handbook (HB6). Behavior Disorders Program. Eugene, OR: University of
     Oregon.

Sugai, G., & Matis, G. (1996). Seminal readings in behavior disorders. Topics in
     Behavior Disorders (Volume 4). Behavior Disorders Program. Eugene, OR:
     University of Oregon.

Tobin, T., & Sugai, G. (1996). Understanding behavior problems. In A. Deffenbaugh,
     G. Matis, & C. M. Neudeck, The Oregon Conference monograph 1996 (Vol. 8)
     (pp. 103-116). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

De Pry, R. L., & Sugai, G. (1996). Toward a behavior analytic definition of character. In
     A. Deffenbaugh, G. Matis, & C. M. Neudeck, The Oregon Conference monograph
     1996 (Vol. 8) (pp. 215-223). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Horner, R. H., Sprague, J. R., & Sugai, G. (1995). Compendium digest: Positive
     behavioral support in schools. College of Education, University of Oregon.
     Eugene, Oregon.

Lewis, T., Sugai, G., Mercer, M., & Heilman, J. (1995). An examination of reviews of
     social skills research: Summary of preferred practices. National Center for
     Improving the Tools of Educators. University of Oregon, Eugene.

Deffenbaugh, A., Sugai, G., & Tindal, G. (Eds.) (1995). The Oregon Conference
     monograph 1995 (Vol. 7). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

De Pry, R. L., & Sugai, G. (1995). Character education revisited: Historical and
     contemporary perspectives in the state of Oregon. In A. Deffenbaugh, G. Sugai, &
     G. Tindal (Eds.), Oregon Conference monograph 1995 (Vol. 7) (pp. 69-82).
     Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Kim, M., & Sugai, G. (1995). The effects of self-evaluation, self-observation, and self-
     observation plus self-recording on the occurrence of disruptive behaviors in the
     classroom: Extension study. In A. Deffenbaugh, G. Sugai, & G. Tindal (Eds.),
     Oregon Conference monograph 1995 (Vol. 7) (pp. 221-238) . Eugene, OR:
     University of Oregon.

Schnacker, L., & Sugai, G. (1995). Juvenile delinquency: Is crime actually on the rise?
     In A. Deffenbaugh, G. Sugai, & G. Tindal (Eds.), Oregon Conference monograph
     1995 (Vol. 7) (pp. 39-54). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Fuller, M., Lewis, T. J., & Sugai, G. (1995). Social skills instruction in schools: A survey
      of teachers in Oregon public schools. Behavior Disorders Research Report No. 4.
       Behavior Disorders Program. University of Oregon.
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Lewis, T. J., & Sugai, G. (1995). Prevalence of elective mute behavior patterns in
     United States Schools. Behavior Disorders Research Report No. 5. Behavior
     Disorders Program. University of Oregon.

Colvin, G., Sugai, G., & Kameenui, E. (1994). Curriculum for establishing a proactive
      school-wide discipline plan. Project Prepare. Behavioral Research and Teaching.
      College of Education, University of Oregon, Eugene.

Gleason, M., & Sugai, G. (1994) (Eds.). Pedagogical foundations in special education:
     Compilation of literature critiques. Behavior Disorders Program. University of
     Oregon.

Gleason, M., & Sugai, G. (1994) (Eds.). Pedagogical foundations in special education:
     Debates in special education. Behavior Disorders Program. University of Oregon.

Lewis, T. J., Sugai, G., & Marr, J. (1994) (Eds.). Topics in Behavior Disorders: Historical
     foundations of mental and behavioral deviancy in western civilization (vol. 5).
     Behavior Disorders Monograph. Behavior Disorders Program. University of
     Oregon.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. (1994). Including students with severe behavior problems in
     general education settings: Assumptions, challenges, and solutions. In J. Marr, G.
     Sugai, & G. Tindal (Eds.). The Oregon conference monograph (Vol. 6) (p. 102-
     120). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Marr, J., Sugai, G., & Tindal, G. (Eds.) (1994). The Oregon Conference monograph
      1994 (Vol. 6). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

De Pry, R. L., & Sugai, G. (1994). Character education and the development of
     prosocial values and conduct. In J. Marr, G. Sugai, & G. Tindal (Eds.). The
     Oregon conference monograph 1994 (Vol. 6) (p. 129-136). Eugene, OR:
     University of Oregon.

Kim, M., & Sugai, G. (1994). An examination of the effects of self-observation and self-
     observation plus self-recording on disruptive behaviors in classroom settings. In J.
     Marr, G. Sugai, & G. Tindal (Eds.). The Oregon conference monograph 1994
     (Vol. 6) (p. 165-176). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Sugai, G., & Evans, D. (1993). Using teacher perceptions to screen for elementary
     students with high risk behaviors: Preliminary findings. Behavior Disorders
     Research Report No. 2. Behavior Disorders Program. University of Oregon,
     Eugene.

Tobin, T., & Sugai, G. (1993). Perceptions of aversivenesss and the need for
     restrictions. Behavior Disorders Research Report No. 1. Behavior Disorders
     Program. University of Oregon, Eugene.
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Lewis, T., & Sugai, G. (1993). Developing contextual strategies to promote social
     interactions with children who display socially withdrawn behavior. Behavior
     Disorders Handbook No. 3. Behavior Disorders Program. University of Oregon,
     Eugene.

Sugai, G., & Pruitt, R. (1993). Phases, steps, and guidelines for building school-wide
     behavior management programs: A practitioner's handbook. Behavior Disorders
     Handbook No. 1. Behavior Disorders Program. University of Oregon. Eugene.

Sugai, G., & Marr, J. (1993) (Eds.). Topics in behavior disorders: Social skills
     instruction (Vol. 2). Behavior Disorders Program Monograph. University of
     Oregon. Eugene.

Sugai, G., & Marr, J. (1993) (Eds.). Topics in behavior disorders: Functional
     assessment and analysis - article reviews (Vol. 3). Behavior Disorders Program
     Monograph. University of Oregon. Eugene.

Marr, J., Sugai, G., & Tindal, G. (1993) (Eds.). The Oregon conference monograph
      1993 (Vol. 5). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Sugai, G. (1993). Problem solving and conflict management in consultation. In J. Marr,
     G. Sugai, & G. Tindal (Eds.). The Oregon conference monograph (Vol. 5) (pp.
     137-143). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Sugai, G. (1993). Working with others: A behavior analytic perspective. In J. Marr, G.
     Sugai, & G. Tindal (Eds.). The Oregon conference monograph (Vol. 5) (pp. 154-
     164). Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Sugai, G. (1992). The design of instruction and the proactive management of social
     behaviors. Learning Disabilities Forum, 17(2), 20-23.

Sugai, G. (1992) (Ed.). Topics in behavior disorders: Issues, controversies, and trends
     (Vol. 1). Behavior Disorders Program Monograph. University of Oregon. Eugene.

Colvin, G., & Sugai, G. (1992). School-wide discipline: A behavior instruction model.
      1992 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Chard, D., Smith, S., & Sugai, G. (1992). Packaged discipline programs: A consumer's
     guide. In 1992 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene, OR: University of
     Oregon.

Colvin, G., Patching, B., & Sugai, G. (1991). Pre-correction: A strategy for managing
      predictable problem behaviors. ADI News, 10(2), 34-41.

Evans, D., Sugai, G., & Hendrie, J. (1991). Students at risk: A survey of primary school
     students in the Balga education district. Technical Report. Edith Cowan
     University. Mt. Lawley, Western Australia.
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Lewis, T., & Sugai, G. (1991). Developing contextual strategies to promote social
     interactions with children who display socially withdrawn behavior: A teacher's
     handbook. Special Education Area. University of Oregon, Eugene.

Tish, T., Harrington, J., Nersesian, M. & Sugai, G. M. (1990). Leveled behavior
      management systems: Illustrations at the secondary level. In 1990 Oregon
      conference monograph. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Sugai, G. M., & Colvin, G. (1990). From assessment to development: Writing behavioral
     IEPs. In 1990 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon.

Warberg, A., & Sugai, G. M. (1990). Consultation activity log: What do behavioral
    consultants do with their time? In 1990 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene,
    OR: University of Oregon.

Lewis, T., DiGangi, S., & Sugai, G. M. (1990). Techniques to facilitate behavioral
     programming decisions. In 1990 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene, OR:
     University of Oregon.

Sugai, G. M. (1990). Guidelines for teaching students with problem behaviors in
     mainstream settings. SAIL, 4(2), 1-4.

Sugai, G. M., & Mahoney, T. (Eds.) (1990). Eugene 4J Mainstreaming Handbook.
     Eugene School District 4J. Eugene, OR.

Sugai, G. M., & Colvin, G. (1990). Developing individual education plans for students
     with social behavior problems. Eugene, OR: Behavior Associates.

Colvin, G., & Sugai, G. M. (1989). Managing escalating behavior. Eugene, OR:
      Behavior Associates.

Sugai, G. M., & Colvin, G. (1989). Environmental explanations of behavior: Conducting
     a functional analysis. Eugene, OR: Behavior Associates.

Sugai, G. M., & Colvin, G. (1989). Development and implementation of leveled behavior
     management systems. Eugene, OR: Behavior Associates.

Carter, J., & Sugai, G. M. (1989). Prescriptive case consultation: A structured approach
      to problem management. In 1989 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene, OR:
      University of Oregon.

Lewis, T., & Sugai, G. M. (1989). Eliciting speech in a student with elective mutism:
     Shaping and generalization. In 1989 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene,
     OR: University of Oregon.

Sugai, G. M., & Colvin, G. (1989). Leveled behavior management systems:
     Development and operation. In 1989 Oregon conference monograph. Eugene,
     OR: University of Oregon.
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Pruitt, R., Kelsh, B., & Sugai, G. M. (1989). Pro-tickets: A positive school-wide behavior
       management program. In 1989 Oregon Conference Monograph. Eugene, OR:
       University of Oregon.

Sugai, G. M., & Colvin, G. (1989). Leveled behavior management systems:
     Development and operation. ADI News, 8(3), 17-19.

Sugai, G. M. (1986). The 1986 "Young and Restless Debate." Kansas Council for
     Children with Behavior Disorders Newsletter.

Sugai, G. M. (1985). Correctional/Special Education Training Project. Assessment of
     Exceptional Individuals Module; Curriculum for Exceptional Individuals; and
     Instructional Methods and Strategies Module. Phoenix, Arizona.

Wolery, M. R., & Sugai, G. M. (1981). Statistical significance testing: Obsolete or
     coming thing? Behavior Analyst Newsletter, 3.

Dissertation

Sugai, G. M. (1980). Self-monitoring: Effectiveness as a behavior management
    procedure with delinquent adolescents. University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

Funded Grant Activities (more than $25 million since 1984)

Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (III)
(Grant No. H326S03002). Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of
Education, $8,500,000. 2008-2014. Project Co-Director with R. Horner.

Post-Doctoral Training and the Center for Behavioral Education and Research (Grant
No. R324B080007). Institute of Education Science. U.S. Department of Education.
$450,000. 2007-2012. Project Co-Director with S. Chafouleas.

Center on State Implementation and Scaling of Evidence-based Practices (Grant No.
H326K070002). Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education,
$5,000,000 ($50,000 subcontract). 2007-2013. Project Co-Investigator with D. Fixsen,
K. Blasé, and R. Horner.

Validation of Instruments for Assessing Behavior Longitudinally and Efficiently (Grant
No. R324B060014). Institute of Education Science, U.S. Department of Education.
$1,200,000. 2005-2011. Project Co-Director with Sandy Chafouleas.

Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (II)
(Grant No. H324D030002). Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of
Education, $8,499,998. 2003-2009. Project Co-Director with R. Horner.

Leadership Preparation: Project Vanguard (Grant No. H325D030039). U.S. Department
of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, $800,000. 2003-2007. Project Co-
Director with R. Horner & E. Kame‟enui.
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Research and Demonstration Center on School-wide Behavior Support (Grant No.
84.324X010015). U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs,
$4,497,995. 2001-2006. Project Co-Director with R. Horner.

High School Positive Behavior Support: Increasing Success for All Students (Grant No.
H324D020031). U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs.
$539,983). 2002-2005. Project Co-Director with B. Flannery.

A Functional Analytic Examination of Problem Behavior and Reading Difficulties in
Young Children (Grant No. H324N000030). U.S. Department of Education, Office of
Special Education Programs, $225,000. 2000-2003. Project Co-Director with S. Hagan-
Burke.

Current Research on Educational Endeavors to Increase At-risk Learners‟ Success.
Office of Professional Technical Education, Oregon Department of Education. $20,000.
1999-2000. Project Co-Director with Tary Tobin.

Employing Functional Assessment-Behavior Support Planning within Regular
Classroom Settings and with Students At-risk for School Failure (Grant No.
H324N990017). Office of Special Education Programs. U.S. Department of Education.
$224,919. 1999-2002. Project Co-Director with T. Palmer.

Using Teamwork to Plan Systematic and Functional Environments for Students with
Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (Grant No. H324N80024). Office of Special
Education Programs. U.S. Department of Education, $218,036. 1998-2001. Project Co-
Director with T. Tobin.

Center for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (Grant No. H326S980003).
Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education. $3,249,840.
1998-2003. ($250,000 in additional supplements). Project Co-Director with R. Horner.

Comprehensive Functional Assessment for Schools (Grant No. H324M80076). Model
Demonstration, Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education.
$598,788. 1998-2002. Project Co-Director with R. Horner.

Fairway Fund. Effective Behavioral Support Website. College of Education. $15,000.
1998-2001. Project Director.

Comprehensive Positive Behavior Support (Grant No. HO29K70081). Special Projects,
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of Education.
$535,782. 1997-2000. Project Director.

A Preceptor Model to Leadership Training in Special Education: Three Program
Options (Grant No. HO29D40054). Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S.
Department of Education. $610,720. 1994-1999. Project Co-Director with E. Kameenui
and G. Tindal.
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Leadership Preparation in Effective Behavioral Support and Emotional or Behavioral
Disorders (Grant No. HO29D40055). Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation,
U.S. Department of Education. $528,440. 1994-1999. Project Director.

Project PASSAGE: Promoting Appropriate Social Skills with At-Risk Children in a
Generalized Environment (Grant No. HO23B30010). Student Initiated Research. Office
of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of Education. $14,588. 1993-
1995. Project Director; T. Scott, Student Investigator.

Preparing Personnel to Meet the Needs of Students with Serious Behavior Problems
(Grant No. HO29N30003). Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S.
Department of Education. $562,095. 1993-1998. Project Co-Director with R. Horner

The Effects of Combined Self-Management Strategies on the Generalization of Social
Behavior Changes in Children with Social Skills Deficits (Grant No. HO23B30008).
Student Initiated Research. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S.
Department of Education. $13,070. 1993-1995. Project Director; H. Kim, Student
Investigator.

Project FACILE: Functional Analysis and Contextual Interventions in Learning
Environments (Grant No. HO23C20040). Field-Initiated Research. Office of Special
Education and Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of Education. $442,239. 1992-1995.
Project Co-Director with T. Lewis.

An Examination of the Effects of Self-observation and Self-observation plus Self-
Recording on Disruptive Behaviors in Classroom Settings (Grant No. HO23B20007).
Student Initiated Research. Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S.
Department of Education. $10,878. 1992-1994. Project Director; M. Kim, Student
Investigator.

Leadership Preparation in Behavior Disorders (Grant No. H029D10031). Office of
Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of Education. $242,346. 1991-
1994. Project Director.

A Preceptor Model to Leadership Training in Special Education: Three Program
Options (Grant No. HO29D10090). Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S.
Department of Education. $240,630. 1991-1994. Project Co-Director with E. Kameenui
and G. Tindal.

Project PREPARE: Promoting Responsible, Empirical, and Proactive Alternatives in
Regular Education for Students with Behavior Disorders (Grant No. HO29K10092).
Special Projects, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of
Education. $445,950. 1991-1996. Project Co-Director with E. Kameenui.

Identification of Characteristics of Effective Teachers of High Risk Students. Edith
Cowan University Research Grants Program. $5,000. 1991-1992. Western Australia,
Australia. Project Co-Director with D. Evans.
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Preparing Teachers to Work with Children and Youth with Serious Behavior Disorders
(Grant No. H029B80179). Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S.
Department of Education. $180,177. 1988-1991. Project Director.

Behavior Consultant Training Program (Grant No. H029B80119). Office of Special
Education and Rehabilitative Services, U.S. Department of Education. $213,468.
1988-1991. Project Co-Director with G. Tindal.

Toward a Technology of Nonaversive Behavior Management: Strengthening the Link
between Assessment and Intervention. (Grant No. HO23B90027). U.S. Department of
Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Research. $8048. 1989-1990. Project Director; L. Soberman, Student Investigator.

Social Withdrawal Assessment/Intervention Strategies: A Comparative Investigation of
Long-term Treatment Effects. (Grant No. HO23B90030). U.S. Department of
Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Division of
Research. $10,251. 1989-1990. Project Director; T. Lewis, Student Investigator.

Prereferral Intervention System: An Empirical Examination of the Cooperative Link
Between Regular and Special Education (Grant No. H023B80047). Office of Special
Education and Rehabilitative Services, U.S. Department of Education. $7,038. 1988-
1989. Project Director; J. Carter, Student Investigator.

Behavior Disorders Leadership Preparation Program (Grant No. G008630092). Office
of Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of Education. $200,860.
1986-1989. Project Director.

Preparation of Special Education Teachers of Seriously Behavior Disordered Children
and Youth (Grant No. G008535086). Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation,
U.S. Department of Education. $180,177. 1985-1988. Project Director.

Preparing Special Educators: A Research Validated Training Program. Office of
Special Education and Rehabilitation, U.S. Department of Education. $66,127. 1985-
1986. Project Director.

Doctoral Graduates and Titles (Committee Chair only)

Diane Myers (2008). Applying a response to intervention model to teacher behavior:
Increasing specific, contingent praise with a systemic, multi-tier approach.

Sarah Fairbanks (2007). Integrating levels of behavior support in the classroom.

William Calderhead (2003). Effects of interspersed math problems on the task
engagement of middle school students.

Kimberly Thier (2003). Effects of preferred performance feedback on treatment integrity
scores for teacher implemented function-based student behavior support plans.
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Kimberly Ingram (2002). Comparing the Effectiveness of Indicated and Contra-
Indicated Based Functional Behavioral Assessment Interventions.

Joleen Levandowski (2002). Behavioral indicators of social competence in critical
academic and social tasks in the early elementary school years. (co-chair with Deanne
Crone).

Flint Simonson (2001). Variables affecting schools‟ use of research-validated practices
in education.

Emma Martin (2001). Increasing the treatment integrity of functional behavioral
assessment based support plans in general education settings through performance
feedback.

Mack Burke (2001). Extending the Use of Function-Based Interventions to Include the
Instructional Context: The Effects of Explicit Strategy Instruction with Content
Scaffolding on the Escape and Avoidance Behaviors of an At-Risk Student.

Ben Smith (2000). Problem behavior within the context of peer delivered
consequences.

Shanna Hagan-Burk, Ph.D. (1998). An examination of classroom management
procedures that support middle school students with severe and chronic problem
behaviors.

Teri Lewis-Palmer, Ph.D. (1998). Using functional assessment strategies in regular
classroom settings with students at-risk for school failure.

Te-fen Sun, Ph.D. (1998). Differential impact of antisocial behaviors and disability
status on postschool employment outcomes.

Kelli Beard, Ph.D. (1998). The effects of a teacher and parent directed proactive early
intervention on the behaviors of elementary school children at-risk for antisocial
behavior.

Rollen Fowler, Ph.D. (1997). Momentum and extinction effects on noncompliance and
problem behaviors of children with challenging behaviors in regular classroom settings.

Randy DePry, Ph.D. (1997). A component analysis of instructional strategies for
teaching behavioral expectations to students with high and low levels of rule
compliance.

Youngyon Lee, Ph.D. (1996). Using an instructional intervention to reduce off-task and
problem behaviors of elementary school students with academic and behavioral
deficits.

Tary Tobin, Ph.D. (1996). The relationship of middle school discipline referrals to
continuing behavior problems and high school outcomes.
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Hwangyong Kim, Ph.D. (1995). The effects of combined self-management strategies
on the generalization of social behavior changes in children with social skills deficits.

Annemieke Golly, Ph.D. (1994). The use and effects of alpha and beta commands in
elementary classroom settings.

Larry Soberman, Ph.D. (1994). Psychometric validation of a brief teacher screening
instrument.

Myounghee Kim, Ph.D. (1994). The effects of self-evaluation, self-observation, and
self-observation plus self-recording on the occurrence of disruptive behaviors in the
classroom.

Terrance Scott, Ph.D. (1994). The effects of general case programming on the
acquisition and generalization of appropriate social behavior across settings.

Joanne Singer, Ph.D. (1993). A qualitative study of the coping strategies and social
support in the lives of parents having a child with serious emotional or behavioral
disorders.

Tim Lewis, Ph.D. (1990). Social withdrawal assessment/intervention strategies: An
investigation in maintaining treatment effects.

Alice Pedego-Block, Ph.D. (1990). Early identification and prediction of students at-risk
for dropping out of school using the School Archival Records Search.

Jane Carter, Ph.D. (1989). Implementing prereferral intervention systems through
building-based teacher teams.

Betsy Ramsey, Ph.D. (1988). A school-based system for identifying antisocial boys: Its
relationship to parent management style and family status variables.

Review Activities (guest reviewer unless indicated otherwise)
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions (editorial board, current)
Exceptional Children (editorial review board, current)
School Psychology Review (editorial advisory board, current)
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders (editorial board, current)
School Psychology in the Schools (editorial review board, current)
Behavior Disorders (editorial board, current)
School Psychology Quarterly (editorial board, current)
Intervention in School and Clinic (editorial board, current)
Education and Treatment of Children (editorial review board, current)
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Problems (editorial board)
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American Journal of Mental Deficiency
Diagnostique
Journal of Special Education
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
Practitioner's Monograph in Behavior Disorders
Journal of Behavioral Education
American Educational Association Journal
Journal of Precision Teaching
Mental Retardation
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education
Children and Youth Services Review
Education and Psychological Research
Remedial and Special Education
Merrill Publishing Company
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
Allyn Bacon Publishing Company
Sage Publishing Company
                                Professional Affiliations

Council for Exceptional Children
Council for Children with Behavior Disorders
Association for Positive Behavior Interventions
Association for Behavior Analysis
Association for Direct Instruction

                             Professional Advisory Boards

Connecticut Birth to Nine Service Integration Committee (2008-present).

Advisory Board for OSEP Technical Assistance and Coordination Center (2008-2014)

Scientific Advisory Panel for School Psychology Review (2005-present).

 Center for Evidence-Based Practices: Young Children with Challenging Behavior
(2004-present).

May Institute (2003-present). Norwood, Massachusetts.
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Scientific Advisory Board for 3-C Institute for Social Development (2005-2006).

Child and Family Center (2003-2005). Eugene, Oregon

                             Acknowledgments/Honors

2009 Public Engagement Award Finalist. University of Connecticut.

2008 Ernie Wing Award for Excellence in Evidence-Based Education. Wing Institute,
Berkeley, California.

2005 Outstanding Leadership. Bethel School District. Eugene, Oregon.

2005 Distinguished Graduate Award. College of Education, University of Washington.

2005 Outstanding Leadership Alumni Award. Midwest Symposium on Leadership in
Behavior Disorders.

2003-2005 Stafford Faculty Fellow, University of Vermont.

2004 Maryland PBIS Distinguished Leader

2000 Positive Approaches Award. The Association for Individuals with Severe
Handicaps.

1995 Direction Service Exemplary Service Award. Lane County Direction Service.
Eugene, Oregon.

Nominated for 1988 Ersted Outstanding Teaching Award. University of Oregon.
Eugene, Oregon.

Nominated for 1990 Burlington Northern Outstanding Teaching Award. University of
Oregon. Eugene, Oregon.
                             Grant Application Reviews

U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, Division of
Innovation and Development. "Preventing the Development of Serious Emotional
Disturbance Among Children and Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Problems."
November, 1994

U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, Division of
Personnel Preparation. "Preparation of Personnel for Careers in Special Education."
April, 1986.

                              Conference Presentations

“PBS & SW Reform Efforts: Implementation Challenges, and Successes” (invited
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keynote & breakout session). Tennessee State Special Education Conference
(February 24, 2010). Nashville, TN.

“Reconceptualizing School-wide and Classroom Management: 15 Years Later” (invited).
Center on Teaching and Learning, University of Oregon (February 15-16, 2010).
Eugene, OR.

“Planning and Acting in Education: Lesson from Implementation Science” (invited
keynote with Karen Blase) and “Data-based Decision Making for Implementation of
Evidence Based Practices” (invited session). Minnesota QComp Conference (January
29, 2010). Roseville, MN.

“Teaching Social Skills and Routines” (invited session). New England Positive
Behavioral Interventions and Support Conference (November 13, 2009). Norwood, MA.

“SWPBS: Coaching for Accurate and Sustainable Implementation” (invited keynote) &
“Moving SWPBS into the Classroom and Non-Classroom Setting” (invited session).
Michigan Behavior and Learning Supports Initiatives (November 4, 2009). Lansing, MI.

“SWPBS: Outcomes, Data, Practices, and Systems” (invited keynote) & SWPBS:
Getting Started Overview” (invited session). Texas Region 4 PBIS Conference (October
22, 2009). Austin, TX.

“SWPBS: Getting Started” (invited session) & “SWPBS: Establishing State Level
Implementation” (invited session). National PBIS Leadership Forum (October 8-9,
2009). Rosemont, IL

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Implementing with Accuracy and
Sustainability” (invited keynote). Florida Administrators‟ Management Meeting
(September 16, 2009). St. Petersburg, Florida.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Rationale, Features, & Outcomes” and
“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Implementation for Sustainability” (Invited
keynotes). Vermont Positive Behavior Support Initiative Fall Conference (September
30, 2009). Killington, Vermont.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Response to Intervention” (invited
keynote). Virgin Island Department of Education Summer Institute (August 10-11,
2009). St Johns, Virgin Islands.

“School Reform Challenges and Strategies” (invited general session). OSEP Project
Directors Conference (July 20-22, 2009). Washington DC.

“Advancing School-wide Positive Behavior Supports in Policy and Practice” (invited
general session). National Association of School Psychology 2009 Summer Policy
Conference (July 12, 2009). Bethesda, MD.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Integration with Responsiveness-to-
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Intervention” (invited keynote). Riverside Scaling Up Achievement Conference (May 22,
2009). Riverside, CA.

“Sustaining Systems Level Implementation of SWPBS: Lessons Learned” (invited
session). The Association for Positive Behavior Supports (March 27, 2009).
Jacksonville, FL.

“SWPBS: Ten Year Perspective” (invited keynote). The Association for Individuals with
Severe Handicaps Convention (December 4, 2008). Nashville, TN.

“SWPBS and Responsiveness to Intervention” (invited keynote). Michigan Elementary
and Middle School Principals Association Conference (December 2, 2008). Kalamazoo,
MI.

“SWPBS: Looking to the Future” (invited keynote). New England SWPBS Conference
(November 21, 2008). Norwood, MA

“Responsiveness to Intervention and School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (invited
keynote). Uniting RtI and PBIS for School Improvement (November 19, 2008).
Greensboro, NC.

“Braiding Initiatives: Responsiveness to Intervention and School-wide Positive Behavior
support” (invited keynote). North Carolina School Administrators‟ Conference
(November 18, 2008). Greensboro, NC.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Role for the Future” (invited plenary).
“Accurate and Durable Implementation of SWPBS” (leadership forum). “SWPBS Q&A”
(closing plenary). Making Connections Conference (November 5-6, 2008). Vancouver,
BC

“Responsiveness-to-Intervention and School-wide Positive Behavior Supports” (invited
plenary). Orange County Responsive-to-Intervention Forum (November 4, 2008). Costa
Mesa, CA.

“SWPBS Basics and Getting Started” (plenary). “SWPBS Basics: Data, Outcomes,
Practices, and Systems” (session). “Teaching Expectations for Trainers and Coaches
(Session). “Sustaining SWPBS: Funding, Visibility, Political Support” (Session). PBIS
Leadership and Implementer‟s Forum (October 29-31, 2008). Rosemont, IL

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support for School Psychologists and Counselors”
(invited keynote). Rowan University School Psychologist and Counselor Conference
(October 28, 2008). Bridgeport, NJ.

“Responsiveness to Intervention: Lessons Learned” (invited keynote). West Virginia
Council for Exceptional Children Conference (October 9, 2008). Logan, WV.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Responsiveness to Intervention” (invited
keynote). Connecticut Council for Developmental Disabilities (September 24, 2008).
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Cromwell, CT.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Inclusion” (invited plenary with T. Lewis).
Department of Education Global Summit on Disabilities and Inclusion (September 19,
2008). Washington, DC.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Coaching Sustainability” and “PBIS Evidence-
based (invited sessions). Illinois Leadership Forum (August 5, 2008). Rosemont, IL

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: National and Illinois Data” (invited keynote).
Illinois State Leadership Meeting (August 4, 2008). Rosemont, IL.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Beyond Discipline” (invited keynote). VA
Effective School-wide Discipline: Implementer‟s Forum” (July 28, 2008). Charlottesville,
VA.

“HR 3407 – Positive Behavior for Effective Schools Act.” Congressional Briefing w/
Representative Hare (invited panel) (July 24, 2008). Washington D.C.

“Responsiveness to Intervention and School-wide Positive Behavior Support (invited
plenary). OSEP Project Directors Meeting (July 21, 2008). Washington D.C.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and the Role of Social Work” (invited keynote).
Connecticut Association for School Social Workers (May 21, 2008). Meriden, CT.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support, School Administrators, and Discipline” (invited
keynote), and “Responsiveness-to-Intervention and SWPBS” (invited session).
Maryland Association for Elementary School Principals Annual Conference (May 9,
2008). Ocean City, MD.

“Sustainability, Scaling, and Failure of the Friday In-service” (Invited Featured
Presenter). Wing Institute 3rd Summit (April 24-25, 2008). Berkeley, CA.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Randomized Control Trials” (chair for
invited panel). Association for Positive Behavior Supports Conference (March 28,
2008). Rosemont, IL.

“Sustaining State-Level School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Lessons Learned”
(chair for invited panel). Association for Positive Behavior Supports Conference (March
27, 2008). Rosemont, IL

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: 10 Year Perspective” (invited keynote).
“Sustainability and SWPBS” (invited session). Oregon Positive Behavior Support
Conference (March 5, 2008). Eugene, OR.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Responsiveness to Intervention” (invited
keynote). “Encouraging Expected Behavior” (invited sessions). Orange County Positive
Behavior Support Conference (March 4, 2008). Mesa Verde, CA.
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“School-wide Positive Behavior Support, Responsiveness to Intervention, and School
Psychologists (invited keynote). Minnesota School Psychology Association State
Conference (March 3, 2008). St Paul, MN.

“Responsiveness to Intervention and Positive Behavior Support” (invited keynote).
“Data-based Decision Making” (invited workshop). Arizona PBIS Conference
(December 12-13, 2007). Phoenix, AZ.

“Responsiveness to Intervention: Lessons Being Learned” (invited keynote). U.S.
Department of Education RtI Summit (December 6, 2007). Washington D.C.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Responsiveness to Intervention (invited
session). “Function Based Support: Selected Topics (invited session) (November 16,
2007). New England Positive Behavior Support Conference. Norwood, MA.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: 10 Year Perspective” (invited keynote),
“SWPBS: Keeping Universal Implementation Fresh” (invited session), and “SWPBS:
Discussion Panel” (panel moderator) (October 31-November 1-2, 2007). Making
Connections Conference. Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

“Welcome and Action Planning Guidelines” (invited keynote), “State and District Action
Planning” (invited session), and “SWPBS Rationale, Theory, and Implementation”
(invited session). PBIS Leadership Forum (October 11-12, 2007). Rosemont, IL.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support Overview (invited keynote). Western Australia
Association of School Counselors and Psychologists (September 27, 2007). Fremantle,
Western Australia.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: What Is It?” (invited distinguished lecturer).
School Administrators‟ of Iowa State Conference (August 7, 2007). Des Moines, IA.

“School-Wide Positive Behavior Support and Responsiveness to Intervention” (invited
keynote). Illinois PBIS Leadership Conference (August 2, 2007). Naperville, IL.

“School-Wide Positive Behavior Support and Responsiveness to Intervention”
(keynote). Southern Maryland PBIS Summer Regional Conference (August 1, 2007).
Waldorf, MD.

“Scaling Up and Sustaining Evidence-Based Practices” (invited panel). OSEP Research
Directors‟ Conference (July 16, 2007). Washington, D.C.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: What Is It, Really” (invited keynote). Montana
Behavior Initiative (June 18, 2007). Bozeman, MT

“Comprehensive School Reform Framework for Promoting Academic and Behavior
Supports” (panel). Closing the Achievement Gap Conference (May 21, 2007).
University of Connecticut, Storrs.
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“School-wide Positive Behavior Support & Role of School Psychologists” (invited
keynote). Massachusetts Association of School Psychologists” (April 27, 2007).
Woburn, MA.

“Beyond Classroom Management: Seven Lessons” (invited keynote). Inside
Schoolhouse Door Conference at Southern Connecticut State University (March 30,
2007). New Haven, CT.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: National Update” (invited keynote). New York
State Coaches Forum (March 26, 2007). Saratoga Springs, NY.

“Developing State and District Capacity for Durable and Accurate Implementation of
SWPBS” (invited panel). 4th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support
(March 9, 2007). Boston, MA.

“Response to Intervention and School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (invited
address). 4th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support (March 9, 2007).
Boston, MA.

“Systems Change and Sustainability: District, State, System” (invited panel – chair). 4th
International Conference on Positive Behavior Support (March 9, 2007). Boston, MA.

“Discipline and Manifestation Determination, FBA/BIP” (invited panel). IDEA
Reauthorizations Regulations Meeting, Office of Special Education Programs, U.S.
Department of Education (January 30-31, 2007). Washington D.C.

“Taking SWPBS to Scale” (invited colloquium). Syracuse University Psychology
Department Colloquium (January 26, 2007). Syracuse, NY.

“SWPBS Implementation, Sustainability, and Expansion” (invited teleconference). SIG
and Technical Assistance Network (January 6, 2007). Center on PBIS and U.S.
Department of Education.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Enhancing Academic and Social Behavior
Outcomes” (keynote). Expanding Horizons (December 7, 2006). Cromwell, CT.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview (invited preconference workshop).
Expanding Horizons (December 6, 2006). Cromwell, CT.

“Building a Positive School Climate through School-wide Positive Behavior Support”
(invited session). Connecticut State Education Resource Center Conference on
Creating Effective School Environments to Reduce Suspensions and Expulsions
(November 20, 2006). Rocky Hill, CT.

“Positive Behavior Support and Response to Intervention: Lessons Being Learned”
(keynote). Connecticut Council for Exceptional Children (October 28, 2006). Mansfield,
CT.
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“School-Wide Positive Behavior Support: School Discipline and Improving Academic
Achievement” (Invited workshop). New Hampshire Association for Supervision and
Curriculum Development (October 24, 2006). Concord, NH.

“Secondary Interventions: Check-In Check-Out” (session chair). SWPBS Forum on
Secondary and Tertiary Interventions (October 13, 2006). Rosemont, IL.

“Foundations of Secondary and Tertiary Interventions” (plenary with Rob Horner).
SWPBS Forum on Secondary and Tertiary Interventions (October 12, 2006).
Rosemont, IL.

“Preparing and Preventing School Violence” (invited panel member). White House
Conference on School Safety (October 10, 2006) (President Bush, First Lady Bush,
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Secretary Margaret Spellings. Chevy Chase, MD.
                                                                                       nd
“Secondary and Tertiary Interventions for the Whole Classroom” (invited session). 2
Annual Forum on School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Improving Discipline and
Academic Achievement (September 27, 2006). Norwood, MA.

“SWPBS: Where Did Triangle Come From?” (invited plenary w/ Sharon Vaughn, Martha
Brooks, Jim Gallagher). 2006 OSEP Project Directors‟ Meeting (July 31, 2006).
Washington, DC.

“Taking SWPBS to Scale: State-wide Exemplars” (invited panel with Rob Horner, Susan
Barrett, Cyndi Boezio). 2006 OSEP Project Directors‟ Meeting (July 31, 2006).
Washington, DC.

“A Conceptual Model for Sustainability and Expansion” (invited closing plenary). 2006
OSEP Project Directors‟ Meeting (August 2, 2006). Washington, DC.

“SWPBS: Where Did the Triangle Come From?” (invited plenary). Effective Practice
Conference (June 19, 2006). Utah State University, Logan, UT

“Continuum of Academic and Social Behavior Support” (session with M. Coyne & B.
Simonsen). Closing the Achievement Gap Conference (June, 2006). Neag School of
Education, University of Connecticut. Storrs, CT.

“SWPBS: Sustainability and Going to Scale” (invited address). Association for Behavior
Analysis Conference (May 28, 2006). Atlanta, GA.

“SWPBS: Where Did the Triangle Come From?” (keynote), 3 rd Annual Partnering for
Progress Celebration (May 18, 2006). Ohio Integrated Systems Model for Academic
and Behavior Support Conference. Southwestern Ohio Special Education Regional
Resource Center. Cincinnati, Ohio.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Rationale, Features, and Outcomes”
(keynote). Illinois Association of Administrators of Special Education (April 27, 2006).
Collinsville, Illinois.
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“Research Gaps in Positive Behavior Supports” (invited panel). Association for Positive
Behavioral Supports (March 24, 2006). Reno Nevada.

“Systems for Success” (invited plenary). Making Connections Conference (November 4,
2005). Richmond, British Columbia.

“Continuum of Classroom Support” (Invited session). Making Connections Conference
(November 5, 2005). Richmond, British Columbia.

“Role of Administrators in the Sustained Implementation of SWPBS” (Invited
preconference workshop). Making Connections Conference (November 5, 2005).
Richmond, British Columbia.

“SWPBS: Features, Processes, and Outcomes” (keynote). Cincinnati City Public
Schools PBS Conference (October 27, 2005). Cincinnati, OH.

“PBS State and District Leadership: Action Planning” (invited plenary). PBIS Leadership
Forum (October 20, 2005). Rosemont, Illinois.

“PBS Advanced Leadership: Sustainability and Expansion” (plenary). PBIS Leadership
Forum (October 19, 2005). Rosemont, Illinois.

“School-wide and Individual Student Positive Behavior Supports (keynote). Colorado
Association of School Psychologists (October 6, 2005). Vail, Colorado

“Role of Administrators in Sustaining School-wide Positive Behavior Supports (keynote).
Oregon Council of School Administrators (September 19, 2005). Eugene, Oregon

“School-wide Approaches to Social-Emotional-Behavioral Support” (invited presenter).
Harvard Institute on Critical Issues in Urban Special Education (July 14-15, 2005).
Cambridge, MA.

“SW-PBS: Overview and Systems Implementation” (keynote). New England PBIS
Conference (May 25, 2005). Worcester, MA.

“SW-PBS: Getting Started, Features, and Outcomes” (two invited sessions). Alberta
Behaviour Conference on Teaching and Learning (May 6, 2005). Lethbridge, Alberta
Canada.

“High School PBS Implementation” (discussant). International Positive Behavior
Support Conference (March 10-12, 2005). Tampa, Florida.

“SW PBS: Core Features and Outcome Updates” (invited session). International
Positive Behavior Support Conference (March 10-12, 2005). Tampa, Florida.

“Introduction to SW PBS” (workshop). International Positive Behavior Support
Conference (March 10-12, 2005). Tampa, Florida.
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“How‟s My Classroom Management” (invited session). Oregon Conference (February
22, 2005). Eugene, OR.

“Positive Behavior Support in the Schools (keynote). Aggressive, Resistant, and
Delinquent Youth at Harvard Medical School (November 11, 2004). Boston, MA.

“Introduction to School-wide Positive Behavior Support (invited address). British
Columbia Making Connections Conference (November 4, 2004). Vancouver, British
Columbia.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Enhancing the Context for School-based
Mental Health” (keynote). Conference for Advancing School-based Mental Health
(October 9, 2004). Dallas, TX.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Training for Sustained Implementation”
(keynote). Center on Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support Training for Trainers
Forum (October 7, 2004). Naperville, IL.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Training for District Implementation”
(roundtable). Center on Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support Training for
Trainers Forum (October 7, 2004). Naperville, IL.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Training for Coaching” (roundtable). Center on
Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support Training for Trainers Forum (October 8).
Naperville, IL.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Beyond Classroom Management” (invited
Plenary). Australia Association of Special Educators and Association of School
Principals National Conferences (September 27, 2004). Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

“School-wide Discipline” (invited session). Australia Association of Special Educators
and Association of School Principals National Conferences (September 28, 2004).
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

“Function-based Support: You Want My Attention” (invited Plenary). Australia
Association of Special Educators and Association of School Principals National
Conferences (September 29, 2004). Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (invited session). Oregon Consortium of
School Administrators Conference (September 15, 2004). Eugene, Oregon.

“School-based Behavior Support” (invited panel). Northwest Health Foundation
Research Academy (August 31, 2004). Portland Oregon

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Defining Features and Outcomes” (invited
address). 2004-2005 Fall Administrators‟ Conference. Confederation of Oregon School
Administrators (September 15, 2004). Eugene, Oregon
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“System-wide Implementation of Evidence-based Practices: Lessons Learned” (invited
presentation). OSEP Project Research Directors‟ Conference (July 16, 2004).
Washington DC.

“K-3 Reading and Behavior Research Projects” (invited presentation). OSEP Project
Research Directors‟ Conference (July 15, 2004). Washington DC.

“OSEP Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports” (invited
presentation). 14th Annual OSEP Technical Assistance and Demonstration Projects
Directors Meeting (June 15-16, 2004). Washington D.C.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: School as the Unit” (invited address).
International Association of Behavior Analysis (May 30, 2004). Boston, MA.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support in High Schools: Systems Implementation and
Research” (invited plenary). Illinois Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports High
School Forum (May 18, 2004). Naperville, IL.

“School-wide Prevention and Intervention Programs for Early Reading and Behavior
Problems” (invited panelist). Council for Exceptional Children Conference (April 16,
2004). New Orleans, LA.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Going-to-Scale in States and Districts” (invited
strand leader). Council for Exceptional Children Conference (April 17, 2004). New
Orleans, LA.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview and Outcomes” (keynote). South
Carolina Council for Exceptional Children Conference (February 27, 2004). Greenville,
SC.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Lessons Learned” (keynote). California
Association for Behavior Analysis (Feb 20, 2004). San Francisco, CA.

“Effective Behavior Support: Introduction to Practices and Systems” (invited workshop).
BC Making Connections Conference (November 7, 2003). Richmond, British Columbia

“Building a Framework Supporting Success for All Students” (keynote). Office of
Superintendent and Public Instruction and Washington Re-Education Association
(August 7, 2003). Seattle, Washington.

“PBIS in Illinois: Progress and Next Steps” (keynote with Rob Horner). IL PBIS Summer
Leadership Conference (July 30-31, 2003). Naperville, IL.

“Taking It to Scale with District Level Planning” (keynote). IL PBIS Summer Leadership
Conference (July 30-31, 2003). Naperville, IL.

“Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavior Support Plans: Basics (invited
session). IL PBIS Summer Leadership Conference (July 30-31, 2003). Naperville, IL.
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“PBIS in Illinois: Progress and Next Steps” (keynote with Rob Horner). IL PBIS Summer
Leadership Conference (July 30-31, 2003). Naperville, IL.

“Developing a Comprehensive System to Support an Orderly School Climate” (invited
workshop). American Federation of Teachers Quest Conference (July 10-11, 2003).
Washington, D.C.

“School Climate and Discipline: Scaling Up Programs” (keynote). IDEA Partnerships 2 nd
National Summit on the Shared Implementation of IDEA (June 19, 2003). Washington,
DC.

“Positive Behavior Support: Crating Healthy School-wide Environments” (June 12,
2003). 11th Annual Summer Institute of the University of Colorado at Denver and
Colorado Department of Education. Denver, Colorado.

“Current Status of School-wide Discipline: Systems, Data, and Practices” (session).
Association for Behavior Analysis (May 27, 2003). San Francisco, California.

“Function-based Instructional Interventions for the General Education Classroom”
(chair). Association for Behavior Analysis (May 25, 2003). San Francisco, California.

“Positive Behavior Support: Overview and Scaling Up” (keynote). Special Education
Council‟s Behaviour Conference. Alberta Teacher Association. Edmonton, Alberta.

“Positive Behavior Support: Current and Future” (invited strand session with Renee
Bradley). Council for Exceptional Children (April 12, 2003). Seattle, Washington.

“What is PBS?” “Getting Started with School-wide PBS” and “Sustaining and Expanding
School-wide PBS: Blueprint for Systems Enhancement” (invited sessions). Statewide
Positive Behavior Support Conference (March 17, 2003). Corvallis, Oregon.

“Extending Positive Behavior Support to Whole Schools: Sustainable Implementation”
(keynote with Rob Horner). First International Conference on Positive Behavior Support
(March 27, 2003). Orlando: Florida.

“Race/Ethnicity as an Issue in Disciplinary Referrals, Suspension, and Expulsion: The
Need for School-wide Behavior Support and Social Skills Instruction” (invited session).
Closing the Achievement Gaps: Connecticut Summit on Over-identification and
Disproportion in Special Education (March 20, 2003). Cromwell, Connecticut.

 “School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Beyond Behavior and Classroom
Management (keynote). Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders
(February 19, 2003). Kansas City, Kansas.

“Positive Behavior Support: Individuals and Systems” (keynote). Positive Environments,
Network of Trainers (February 25, 2003). Ontario, California.
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“Positive Behavior Support: Individuals and Systems” (keynote). Positive Environments,
Network of Trainers (January 29, 2003). Sacramento, California.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Going to Scale” (invited plenary). BC Making
Connections Conference (November 8, 2002). Richmond, British Columbia

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Beyond Classroom and Behavior Management
(invited). Kamloops-Thompson Special Education Conference (October 25, 2002).
Kamloops, British Columbia.

“Overview of Function-based Behavior Support (invited). Kamloops-Thompson Special
Education Conference (October 25, 2002). Kamloops, British Columbia.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support (invited). Conference for Children
with Hyperactivity/Attention Deficit Disorders (October 17, 2002). Miami, Florida.

“Function-based Behavior Support Planning” (invited). Conference for Children with
Hyperactivity/Attention Deficit Disorders (October 17, 2002). Miami, Florida.

“Overview of Positive Behavior Support” (keynote). West Virginia Council for
Exceptional Children Conference (October 3, 2002). Morgantown, West Virginia.

“Positive Behavior Support Implementation: Going to Scale” (keynote). PBIS
Implementer‟s Forum (October 10, 2002). Naperville, Illinois.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (invited address). Ohio State University 3rd
Focus on Behavior Analysis in Education Conference (September 21, 2002).
Columbus, Ohio.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (invited). Louisiana State
University, School of Psychology Summer Institute (August 6, 2002). Baton Rouge,
Louisiana.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Beyond Classroom and Behavior
Management” (invited). 2002 PACER/Alliance Conference for Directors of Parent
Training Institutes (August 16, 2002). San Francisco, California.

“Targeted Interventions for Students with Problem Behaviors” (invited). Illinois PBIS
Coaches Institute (July 31, 2002). Lyle, Illinois.

“School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports: Getting Started” (invited).
2002 Maryland Institute (July 15-16, 2002). Baltimore, Maryland.

“School-wide PBS: Coaches Orientation” (invited). 2002 Maryland Institute (July 17,
2002). Baltimore, Maryland.

“Overview of Effective School-wide Behavior Management for Administrators” (invited).
2002 Special Education Summer Academy (July 18, 2002). Mobile, Alabama.
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“Establishing School-wide Systems of Positive Behavior Support” (invited). 2002
Special Education Summer Academy (July 19, 2002), Mobile, Alabama.

“Positive Behavior Supports” (invited). 2002 OSEP Research Project Directors
Conference (July 11-12, 2002). Washington. D.C.

“School-wide Discipline and Positive Behavior Support” (invited plenary). 2002
Research and Training Center Conference on Positive Behavior Support (May 8, 2002).
Portland, Oregon.

“School-wide Discipline and Positive Behavior Support” (keynote). 2002 Alliance for
Parent Centers Conference (January 25, 2002). Washington, DC.

“Overview of Positive Behavior Supports for Superintendents and Trustees” (invited).
2001 Making Connections Conference (November 2, 2001). Vancouver, British
Columbia.

“Introduction to Effective Behavior Support” (invited). 2001 Making Connections
Conference (November 2, 2001). Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Overview of School-wide Behavior Support” (keynote). Arizona Directors of Special
Education Conference (October 10, 2001). Phoenix, Arizona.

“Overview of School-wide Behavior Support” (invited). Utah Principals Academy
(October 8-9, 2001). Salt Lake City, Utah.

“Overview of Positive Behavior Support” (strand opening) (w/ Renee Bradley).
International Council for Children with Behavior Disorders Conference (October 4,
2001). Atlanta, Georgia.

“Effective School-wide Behavior Management for Administrators” (invited session).
Special Education 2001 Summer Academy. Alabama Department of Education (July
10, 2001). Mobile, Alabama.

“Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports for Severe Behavioral Challenges”
(invited session). Special Education 2001 Summer Academy. Alabama Department of
Education (July 10, 2001). Mobile, Alabama.

“School Climate and Discipline: School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (keynote).
National Summit on Shared Implementation of IDEA (June 23, 2001). Washington, DC.

“Positive Behavior Support for Students with Severe Problem Behaviors” (invited
session). National Summit on Shared Implementation of IDEA (June 23, 2001).
Washington, DC.

“School-wide positive behavior support: Practices, systems, and data” (invited session)
(w/ T. Lewis). Increasing Schools Capacity to Achieve Effective Behavioral Supports for
All Students” (May 9, 2001). Indianapolis, Indiana.
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“Individualized Positive Behavioral Supports for High Need Students” (invited session).
2001 Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children (April 24, 2001).
Kansas City, Missouri.

“Promoting School-wide Behavioral Supports as a Means of Prevention” (invited
session). 2001 Annual Convention of the Council for Exceptional Children (April 24,
2001). Kansas City, Missouri.

“Overview of Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports” (invited session). Midwest
Symposium on Leadership in Behavior Disorders (February 25, 2001). Kansas City,
Kansas.

“Beyond Classroom Management: School-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and
Supports” (keynote). Preventing School Violence & Delinquency Conference. National
Center on Education, Disability, and Juvenile Justice (February 16, 2001). College
Park, MD.

“Assessing the Impact of School Wide Behavior Interventions” (invited) (w/ Rob
Horner). California Association for Behavior Analysis (February 2, 2001). Redondo
Beach, CA.

“What Must Be Done To Achieve Safe Schools” (invited panel member). California
Association for Behavior Analysis (February 2, 2001). Redondo Beach, CA.

“Comprehensive Positive Behavior Support” (invited). Improving America‟s Schools
Conference, US Department of Education (December 18-20, 2000). Washington, DC.

“Effective School-wide Behavior Support in British Columbia” (invited). Making
Connections 2000 (November 1-2, 2000). Vancouver, BC.

“Comprehensive Positive Behavior Support” (invited). Improving America‟s Schools
Conference, US Department of Education (September 18-20, 2000). Sacramento, CA.

“Positive Behavior Support for a More Positive and Competent School Culture” (invited).
2000 Alabama Department of Education Summer Mega Conference (July 21, 2000).
Mobile, AL.

“Behavior Analysis of School Culture” (Chair). Association for Behavior Analysis
Conference (May 27, 2000). Washington, DC.

“Overview of a Systems Approach to Instructional and Behavioral Support” (invited) (w/
Ed Kame‟enui). 2000 Council for Exceptional Children (April 7, 2000). Vancouver, BC.

“Improving Opportunities in Elementary School Through Reading Instructional and
Positive Behavioral Supports” (invited) (w/ Ed Kame‟enui). 2000 Council for Exceptional
Children (April 7, 2000). Vancouver, BC.
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“Overview of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in Schools (invited) (w/
Rob Horner). 2000 Council for Exceptional Children (April 7, 2000). Vancouver, BC.

“Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports in Hawaii” (invited). Pac Rim 2000
Conference (March 6, 2000). Honolulu, HI.

“Functional Behavioral Assessment-based Behavior Support Planning.” Oregon
Conference (February 17, 2000). Eugene, OR.

“Better Behavior, Better Schools” (invited). Academy for Educational Development and
Office of Special Education Programs Conference and Capitol Hill Briefings (February
2-3, 2000). Washington, D.C.
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“Features of Effective and Proactive School-wide Discipline Systems” (invited). 12
Colorado Collaborative Conference for Special Education (February 11, 2000).
Colorado Springs, CO.

“”Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports for All Students: A Systems Approach”
(invited). 12th Colorado Collaborative Conference for Special Education (February 11,
2000). Colorado Springs, CO.

“Efficient and Effective Functional Behavioral Assessments: Guidelines and Examples”
(invited). 12th Colorado Collaborative Conference for Special Education (February 11,
2000). Colorado Springs, CO.

“Positive Behavior Support: What Is It?” (invited). 7th Annual Pathways Conference
(November 13, 1999). Anchorage, AK.

“Functional Behavioral Assessment: Improving the Relevance of Positive Behavior
Support Plans” (Invited). 7th Annual Pathways Conference (November 13, 1999).
Anchorage, AK.

“Behavior Management for Parents” (invited). 7th Annual Pathways Conference
(November 13, 1999). Anchorage, AK.

“The Need for Effective Behavior Support” (invited). Making Connections: EBS
(November 4, 1999). Vancouver, BC.

“Getting Started: Does the Need for Effective Behavior Support Exist” (invited). Making
Connections: EBS (November 4, 1999). Vancouver, BC.

“Building Proactive School Climates to Reduce Antisocial Behavior” (invited). Oregon
School Psychologists Association (October 8, 1999). Wilsonville, OR.

“Developing Positive Behavioral Supports for Students with Challenging Behavior”
(invited strand with T. Lewis). 1999 International Conference on Children and Youth
with Behavioral Disorders (October 1-2, 1999). Irving, TX.
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“Safe Schools: School-wide Discipline Practices” (invited strand with T. Lewis). 1999
International Conference on Children and Youth with Behavioral Disorders (October 1-
2, 1999). Irving, TX.

“Prevention Focused School-Wide Discipline Programs: Key Features in Creating
School-Wide Systems of Positive Behavioral Support.” 1999 International Conference
on Children and Youth with Behavioral Disorders (October 1-2, 1999). Irving, TX.

“Effective Behavior Support: A Systems Approach” (invited). 1999 Nebraska
Association of School Administrators (August 5, 1999). Kearney, Nebraska.

“Functional Behavioral Assessment” (invited). 1999 OSEP Research Project Directors‟
Conference (July 14-16, 1999). Washington, DC.

“Effective Behavior Support: A Systems Approach to Proactive School-wide
Management” (keynote). Tough Kids…Tough Times: Building the Capacity of Schools
to Meet Challenges through Early Behavioral Interventions (July 13, 1999). Maryland
Department of Education and Sheppard/Pratt Health Care. Baltimore, MD.

“Effective Behavior Support for Safe and Orderly Schools” (invited). American
Federation of Teachers QuEST Conference (July 10-11, 1999). Washington, D.C.

“Working Smarter: Establishing School-wide Systems of Positive Behavior Support”
(keynote). Change the Focus Conference (June 24, 1999). Post Falls, Idaho.

“Functional Behavioral Assessment” (invited). Change the Focus Conference (June 24,
1999). Post Falls, Idaho.

“Leadership Teams” (invited). 1999 Montana Behavior Initiative and Big Sky Summer
Institute (June 23, 1999). Bozeman, Montana.

“Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports” (invited). Practical Strategies ‟99:
Building on our Strengths (June 16, 1999). Champaign, Illinois.

“Office Discipline Referrals as Indicators of Behavior Support in Schools.” 1999
Association for Applied Behavior Analysis (May 26-30, 1999). Chicago, Illinois.

“Beyond Case Consultation: Increasing the Efficiency of Behavioral Consultation to
Schools” (invited discussant) 1999 Association for Applied Behavior Analysis (May26-
30, 1999). Chicago, Illinois.

“Reducing Problem Behavior through Positive Behavioral Supports: School-wide
models” (invited discussant). 1999 Association for Applied Behavior Analysis (May26-
30, 1999). Chicago, Illinois.

“Special Education Program at the University of Oregon” (invited). 1999 Association for
Applied Behavior Analysis (May26-30, 1999). Chicago, Illinois.
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“Effective School Organization in the US” (invited). 1999 Association for Applied
Behavior Analysis (May26-30, 1999). Chicago, Illinois.

“Effective Intervention within the First Two Years of School” (keynote). 1999 OSEP
Leadership Conference (May 6, 1999). Washington DC.

“Discipline: Families, Schools, and Communities Working Together” (invited). Strand
Leader. 1999 Annual Convention of the Council for Children with Exceptionalities (April,
1999). Charlotte, North Carolina.

“Overview of a Systems Approach to Discipline and Positive Behavior Support.” 1999
Annual Convention of the Council for Children with Exceptionalities (April, 1999).
Charlotte, North Carolina.

“Functional Behavioral Assessment and Support.” Pre-conference Workshop. 1999
Oregon Conference (February, 1999). Eugene, OR.

“Effective Management Strategies for Parents” (invited). School-wide Literacy
Conference at Keonepoko Elementary School (January, 1999). Pahoa, HI.

“School-wide Discipline and a Continuum of Positive Behavior Support” (invited).
California Association for Behavior Analysis (January, 1999). San Francisco, CA.

“Continuum of Positive Behavioral Supports: School-wide Discipline” (invited). National
Association of State Directors of Special Education (November, 1998). Pittsburgh, PA.

“Effective Behavior Support: Big Ideas and Examples” (keynote). British Columbia
Council for Administrators in Special Education (October, 1998). Vancouver, British
Columbia.

“Functional Behavioral Assessment: Quality Indicators” (invited). OSEP IDEA Discipline
Conference (September, 1998). Kansas City, KS.

“Building Character through School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Practices,
Systems, and Research” (invited). Oregon Character Education Partner‟s Fair
(November, 1998). Portland, OR.

“Quality Criteria in Behavioral Evaluations and Assessments” (invited session).
Discipline Provisions: Positive Behavioral Supports and Beyond (September, 1998).
Kansas City, MO.

“Creating Positive Behavioral Supports through the School Improvement Process”
(invited session). Discipline Provisions: Positive Behavioral Supports and Beyond
(September, 1998). Kansas City, MO.

“Current Discipline Practices: What We Know” (invited panel). Discipline Provisions:
Positive Behavioral Supports and Beyond (September, 1998). Kansas City, MO.
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“Quality Criteria in Behavioral Evaluations and Assessments” (invited session). Iowa
Summer Institute on IDEA 97 Behavioral Programming and Discipline Provisions
(August, 1998). Des Moines, IA.

“The Promises and Limitations of School-Wide Discipline Programs for Students with
Disabilities” (invited panel discussant). 1998 OSEP Research Project Directors‟
Conference (July, 1998). Washington, DC.

“Functional Assessment: Today and Tomorrow” (invited session leader). 1998 OSEP
Research Project Directors‟ Conference (July, 1998). Washington, DC.

“Issues in Behavior Management” (invited panel discussant). 1998 OSEP Leadership
Training conference (July, 1998). Washington, DC.

“Evaluation and Refinement of the Assessment Process When Linking Assessment to
Intervention” (invited discussant). Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1998).
Orlando, Florida.

“Effective Educational Strategies in America‟s Schools” (invited panel member).
Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1998). Orlando, Florida.

“Addressing the social behavioral needs of all students through district-wide and school-
wide effective behavior support” (paper). Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1998).
Orlando, Florida.

“Effective Behavioral Support in schools: Expanding the Technology for Districts,
Buildings, Classrooms and Teachers” (chair). Association for Behavior Analysis (May,
1998). Orlando, Florida.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Big Ideas and Examples” (keynote).
Excellence in Education. 18th Annual Conference on Staff Development. Nebraska
Department of Education (March, 1998). Lincoln, Nebraska.

“Responding Proactively to Chronic Problem Behavior: an Instructional Approach”
(invited special workshop). Excellence in Education. 18th Annual Conference on Staff
Development. Nebraska Department of Education (March, 1998). Lincoln, Nebraska.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Big Ideas and Examples” (keynote). Midwest
Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders: Effective Practices for Students with
E/BD (February, 1998). Kansas City, Kansas.

“Effective Behavior Support in Schools” (invited). University of Hawaii UAP Pacific Rim
Conference (February, 1998). Honolulu, Hawaii.

“Primer on Functional Assessment-Based Behavior Support Planning” (invited
workshop). Oregon Conference and Consortium of Oregon School Administrators
(February, 1998). Eugene, Oregon.
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“The Role of the Behavioral Consultant in Building Systems Level Behavioral Support”
(invited). International Conference on Children with Problem Behaviors in Schools
(October, 1997). Dallas, Texas.

“Behavior Support for Teachers” (invited). Mountain Plains Regional Resource Center
Regionwide Meeting on School Communities for Caring and Learning (September,
1997). Kansas City, Missouri.

“Empirical Analysis of Setting Events in Applied Settings: Systematic Measurement and
Manipulation” (invited discussant). Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1997).
Chicago, Illinois.

“School-Wide Positive Behavior Support: Examples and Research” (chair). Association
for Behavior Analysis (May, 1997). Chicago, Illinois.

“Application of Functional Assessment Technology with Students with Problem
Behavior” (chair). Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1997). Chicago, Illinois.

“Using Active Supervision and Precorrections to Improve Transition Behaviors in an
Elementary School” (paper). Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1997). Chicago,
Illinois.

“Systems Approach to Positive Behavior Support and School-Wide Discipline: Problem
Context, Strategies, and Processes” (keynote). Partners in Change Conference (May,
1997). Brandon, Manitoba.

“School-wide Discipline and Behavior Support: The Essential Role of the Building
Administrator” (keynote). Partners in Change Conference (May, 1997). Brandon,
Manitoba.

“Proactive Systems Approach to Elementary and Middle School Discipline,” A
Classroom Management: Four Basic Strategies,” “Primer on Social Skills Instruction,”
“Conducting a Functional Assessment with Students with Severe Problem Behavior”
(invited). Design of Excellence Conference (March, 1997). San Diego, California.

“Student Behavior Management” (invited). Nebraska Council of School Administrators
Conference (November, 1996). Grand Island, Nebraska.

“Effective Behavior Support: A Proactive Systems Level Approach to Managing
Problem Behavior” (invited). 1996 Annual Oregon Principals‟ Conference (October,
1996). Confederation of Oregon School Administrators. Sunriver, Oregon.

“Positive Behavior Support for Students with Severe Problem Behavior” (invited). 1996
Conference on Educating the Difficult Student (October, 1996). Region XVI Education
Service Center. Amarillo, Texas.
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“Effective Behavioral Support” (invited). 1996 Summer Institute on “Cultivating
Excellence in Our Schools” (July, 1996). Oregon Department of Education. Bend,
Oregon.

“Building a Proactive System of Behavior Support for Students with Problem Behavior”
(invited). 12th Annual Atlantic Coast Conference on Effective Teaching and Classroom
Management (July, 1996). Newark, Delaware.

“Improving Behavior Support for All Students.” Confederation of Oregon School
Administrators (June, 1996). Seaside, Oregon.

“Comprehensive, Positive School-wide Behavioral Support for Students with Severe
Problem Behavior” (Chair). Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1996). San
Francisco, California.

“Introduction to Positive Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Problem
Behavior.” Association for Behavior Analysis (May, 1996). San Francisco, California.

“School-wide Discipline and Students with Severe Problem Behavior” (invited paper).
Research on Discipline: The State of the Art, Deficits, and Implications (April, 1996).
NICHD Family and Child Well-Being Research Network. Chapel Hill, NC.

“Roger Shoves Carl, Carl Shoves Roger, and Tempers Rise: Effective Behavioral
Support in Schools” (keynote). Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders Annual
Conference (May, 1996). Provo, Utah.

“Making Collaboration Work for Children, Youth, Families, Schools, and Communities”
(invited facilitator). Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (March,
1996). Washington, D.C.

“School-Wide Management” (keynote). Manitoba Council for Exceptional Children
Conference (February, 1996). Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

“Social Skills Instruction” (keynote). Manitoba Council for Exceptional Children
Conference (February, 1996). Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

“Panel Discussion: Effective Behavior Support.” The Oregon Conference 1996
(February). Eugene, Oregon.

“Panel Discussion: Character Education in Oregon.” The Oregon Conference 1996
(February). Eugene, Oregon.

“By the Content of Their Character” (with R. De Pry). The Oregon Conference 1996
(February). Eugene, Oregon.

“Comprehensive Positive Behavioral Support: a Team-based Approach for Supporting
Students with Challenging Behaviors.” The Oregon Conference 1996 (February).
Eugene, Oregon.
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“Effective Behavior Support: A Proactive Systems Level Approach to Managing
Problem Behavior” (with A. Todd) OASSA/OESPA/OMLA Middle Level Winter
Conference (January, 1996). Gleneden Beach, Oregon.

“Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Problem Behavior: School-Wide
Components” (invited). Focus Conference on Violence (November, 1995). Victoria,
British Columbia.

“Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Problem Behavior: From
Functional Assessment to Positive Behavioral Support Plans” (invited). Focus
Conference on Violence (November, 1995). Victoria, British Columbia.

“The Effect of Active Supervision on the Problem Transition Behaviors of Elementary
Age Students” (with G. Colvin). Northwestern Association for Behavior Analysis 1995
Conference (October, 1995). Eugene, Oregon.

“Site-Based Behavioral Support: A Team Based Approach to Supporting Students with
Challenging Behaviors” (with Todd). Northwestern Association for Behavior Analysis
1995 Conference (October, 1995). Eugene, Oregon.

“Selecting and Designing Social Skills Instructional Materials” (invited). International
Conference on Behavioral Disorders (October, 1995). Dallas, Texas.

“Development and Implementation of Behavior Support Teams for Students with
Severe Behavior Problems in Inclusive Schools” (invited). International Conference on
Behavioral Disorders (October, 1995). Dallas, Texas.

“Effective School-wide Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Behavior
Problems.” (invited). International Conference on Behavioral Disorders (October, 1995).
 Dallas, Texas.

“Positive Behavioral Support for Juvenile Offenders” (invited). Oregon Criminal Justice
Association 1995 Annual Training Conference (October, 1995). Eugene, Oregon.

“Effective Behavioral Support: Assessment to Teaching Plan” (invited, with Horner).
Oregon Council for Exceptional Children Conference (September, 1995). Portland,
Oregon.

“Pro-Active Classroom Management” (invited). Springfield School Improvement
Conference (June, 1995). Springfield, Oregon.

“CEC Behavioral Specialists Panel” (invited). CEC & BRT Mini-Conference. Current
Research and Best Practices in the Education of Students with Disabilities (May, 1995).
 Eugene, Oregon.

“Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Behavioral Challenges: From
Functional Assessment to Behavior Support Plans” (invited). 1995 Focus Conference
(April, 1995). Victoria, B.C.
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“Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Behavioral Challenges: School-
Wide Components” (invited). 1995 Focus Conference (April, 1995). Victoria, B.C.

“Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Problem Behaviors” (invited).
Montana Council for Exceptional Children: Conference on Disabilities (April, 1995).
Butte, MT.

“Functional Assessment of Problematic Social Behavior Among Elementary Children
and Their Peers” (with Tim Lewis). Council for Exceptional Children (April, 1995).
Indianapolis, IN.

"School-Wide Management of Behavior: A Proactive Approach to Effective Behavioral
Support" (invited). 21st Annual Conference of the Florida Association of School
Psychologists (November, 1994). Tampa, FL.

"Effective Behavioral Support, Severe Problem Behaviors, and General Education
Environments" (invited). International Adolescent Conference: Programming for the
Developmental Needs of Adolescents with Behavior Disorders VII (September, 1994).
Miami, FL.

"Reading and Mathematics Education" (invited chair). 1994 Association for Behavior
Analysis (May). Atlanta, GA.

"The Use of Teacher Report in Determining Communicative Function of Children's
Social Behavior." (poster with Tim Lewis & Terry Scott). 1994 Association for Behavior
Analysis (May). Atlanta, GA.

"Deeper Penetration in General Education: Integrating Behavioral Theory and
Technology into Preservice and Inservice Teacher Education." 1994 Association for
Behavior Analysis (May). Atlanta, GA.

"Social Skills Instruction: Parents and Elementary and Secondary Teachers." Design of
Excellence Conference (March, 1994). San Diego, California

"Issues and Trends in Providing Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe
Behavioral Challenges." 1994 Oregon Conference (February). Eugene, Oregon.

"Including Students with Severe Behavior Problems in General Education Settings:
Assumptions, Challenges, and Solutions." 1994 Oregon Conference (February, 1994).
 Eugene, Oregon.

"Managing Behavior Problems in the Classroom." Oregon Council for Children with
Behavior Disorders (September, 1993). Eugene, Oregon.

"Individualized Programming for Students Who Display Severe Behavior Disorders"
(invited). Ninth Annual Atlantic Coast Conference on Effective Teaching and Direct
Instruction (July, 1993). Lewes, Delaware.
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"Establishing and Promoting a Positive School-wide Behavior Management System"
(invited). Ninth Annual Atlantic Coast Conference on Effective Teaching and Direct
Instruction (July, 1993). Lewes, Delaware.

"Pet-peeves and Reinforceable Alternatives: Challenges to the Effective Education of
Students with High Risk Behavior" (keynote). Ninth Annual Atlantic Coast Conference
on Effective Teaching and Direct Instruction (July, 1993). Lewes, Delaware.

"A Review of Functional Assessment Use in Data-based Intervention Studies" (poster)
(with T. Blakeslee & J. Gruba). 1993 Association for Behavior Analysis International
Conference (May). Chicago, Illinois.

"The Use of Functional Analysis Data in Determining the Communicative Intent of
Social Behavior" (poster) (with T. Lewis). 1993 Association for Behavior Analysis
International Conference (May). Chicago, Illinois.

"Project PREPARE: A 'Trainer-of-Trainer's' Model of Staff Development in Schools
Serving Students with High Risk Behavior." Symposium: Applied Behavior Analysis and
Education: Moving "Beyond" the Special Class. 1993 Association for Behavior
Analysis International Conference (May). Chicago, Illinois.

"Working with Others: A Behavior Analytic Perspective." 1993 Oregon Conference
(February, 1993). Eugene, Oregon.

"Career Opportunities for Minorities in Education" (invited). Minority Graduate Career
Faire (November, 1992). University of Oregon. Eugene.

"Project PREPARE: A 'Teacher-of-Teachers' Model of Staff Development in Schools
Serving Students with High Risk Behavior" (invited). The National Adolescent
Conference: Programming for the Developmental Needs of Adolescents with Behavior
Disorders VI (October, 1992). Reno, Nevada.

"Strategies for the Direct and Systematic Observation of Adolescent Social Behavior in
School Settings" (with T. Scott & T. Lewis). The National Adolescent Conference:
Programming for the Developmental Needs of Adolescents with Behavior Disorders VI
(October, 1992). Reno, Nevada.

"A Comparison of Strategies to Promote Social Skills Generalization" (poster) (with T.
Lewis & M. Fuller). Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis (May,
1992). San Francisco, California.

"School-wide Discipline: A Behavior Instruction Model" (with G. Colvin). 1992 Oregon
Conference (February, 1992). Eugene, Oregon.

"Conflict Management: When Two People Disagree" (with G. Colvin) 1992 Oregon
Conference (February, 1992). Eugene, Oregon.
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"Packaged Discipline Programs: What Good Are They?" (with D. Chard and S. Smith).
 1992 Oregon Conference (February, 1992). Eugene, Oregon.

"Primer on Social Skills Instruction" (invited). Plenary session Australia Association of
Direct Instruction International Conference (July, 1991). Clarmont, Western Australia.

"Proactive Behavior Management: Secondary Emphasis" (invited). Western Australia
Secondary Deputies Association Conference (May, 1991). Perth, Western Australia.

"Incidence of Elective Mute Behavior: Implications for Intervention" (with T. Lewis).
Fourteenth Annual Conference on Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth.
Teacher Educators of Children with Behavioral Disorders. Tempe, Arizona. November,
1990.

"Using Self-management as a Generalization Procedure" (with T. Lewis). Panel
discussion on "Self-Control in the Classroom." Fourteenth Annual Conference on
Severe Behavior Disorders of Children and Youth. Teacher Educators of Children with
Behavioral Disorders. Tempe, Arizona. November, 1990.

"Effective Behavior Management Practices" (invited). 1990 7th Annual Atlantic Coast
Conference for Effective Teaching and Direct Instruction. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
July, 1990.

"Maximum Engagement: Direct Instruction and Effective Teaching" (invited closing
address). 1990 7th Annual Atlantic Coast Conference for Effective Teaching and Direct
Instruction. Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. July, 1990.

"Incidence of Elective Mute Behavior: Implications for Intervention" (with T. Lewis).
1990 Council for Exceptional Children International Conference. Toronto, Canada.
April, 1990.

"Leveled Behavior Management Systems: Illustrations at the Secondary Level" (with
N. Tish, J. Harrington, & M. Nersesian). 1990 Oregon Conference. Eugene, Oregon.
February, 1990.

"From Assessment to Intervention: Writing Behavioral IEP's" (with G. Colvin).        1990
Oregon Conference. Eugene, Oregon. February, 1990.

"What do Behavioral Consultants Do with Their Time" (with A. Warberg).        1990
Oregon Conference. Eugene, Oregon. February, 1990.

"Keeping Your Emotional Distance: A Behavioral Analysis of Resistances to
Consultation." 1990 Oregon Conference. Eugene, Oregon. February, 1990.

"Arranging for Student Success through Positive Building-wide Management" (invited).
Oregon Conference for Teachers of Disturbed and Delinquent Youth. Eugene, Oregon.
 November, 1989.
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"Developing and Implementing a Positive School-wide Behavior Management System"
(invited). Southern Oregon Conference. Ashland, Oregon. October, 1989.

"Diversifying the Preparation of BD Teachers: A Look at Prereferral and Consultation"
(invited). CEC/CCBD Topical Conference. Charlotte, NC. October, 1989.

"Strategies for Social Skills Acquisition and Generalization" (invited). Design of
Excellence Conference. San Diego, CA. April, 1989.

"Strategies for Motivating Reluctant Performers" (invited). Design of Excellence
Conference. San Diego, CA. April, 1989.

"Teaching Social Skills." 1989 Conference and Workshop of Autism." Eugene, OR.
March, 1989.

"Eliciting Speech in a Student with Elective Mutism: Shaping and Generalization" (with
T. Lewis). Oregon Conference. Eugene, OR. February, 1989.

"Prescriptive Case Consultation: A Structured Approach to Problem Management"
(with J. Carter). Oregon Conference. Eugene, OR. February, 1989.

"Leveled Behavior Management Systems: Development and Operation." Oregon
Conference. Eugene, OR. February, 1989.

"Pro-tickets: A Positive School-wide Behavior Management Program" (with R. Pruitt &
B. Kelsh). Oregon Conference. Eugene, OR. February, 1989.

"Teacher/Student Interaction Analysis" (with T. Lewis). 12th Annual Conference for
Teacher Educators of Children with Behavior Disorders. Tempe, Arizona. November,
1988.

"Using Flowcharts to Display Behavior Teacher Plans." Oregon Conference for
Teachers of Delinquent and Disturbed Youth. Eugene, OR. November, 1988.

Session 1: "Curriculum-Based Assessment -- A Primer." Session 2: "Social Skills
Assessment." Session 3: "Social Skills Training" (invited). Design of Excellence
Conference. San Diego, California. April, 1988.

"A Survey on Prereferral Practices: Results from State Departments of Education"
(with J. Carter). 11th Annual Conference for Teacher Educators of Children with
Behavior Disorders. Tempe, Arizona. November, 1987.

"Assessing and evaluating social skills problems." Oregon Conference. Eugene, OR.
February, 1988.

"Essential Strategies for Teaching Social Skills to Behavior Disordered Adolescents"
(with L. Soberman). Oregon Conference. Eugene, Oregon. February, 1987.
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"Current Research with Asian Handicapped Children: Findings and Further Needs"
(invited). Council for Exceptional Children Symposia on Ethnic and Multi cultural
Concerns. Dallas, Texas. November, 1986.

"Teaching Social Skills to Students with Learning and Behavior Disorders: A Study of
Acquisition, Maintenance, and Generalization" (with L. Soberman). 10th Annual
Conference for Teacher Educators of Children with Behavior Disorders. Tempe,
Arizona. November, 1986.

"Educational Assessment of the Culturally Diverse and Behavior Disordered Student:
An Examination of Critical Effect" (invited). Council for Exceptional Children Symposia
on Ethnic and Multi cultural Concerns. Dallas, Texas. November, 1986.

"Teachers of Behavioral Disordered Adolescents Idea Exchange" (with C. Warger & J.
Ashmore) (invited). National Adolescent Conference on Behavior Disorders.
Minneapolis, Minnesota. September, 1986.

"Single Subject Research and Special Education" (keynote). Fourth Annual
symposium: Bilingual Special Education Research. BUENO Center for Multi cultural
Education. Boulder, Colorado. June, 1986.

"An Old Fashioned Debate in Behavior Disorders" (invited). 63rd Annual Conference,
Council for Exceptional Children. New Orleans, Louisiana. March, 1986.

"Student Performance as a Measure of Teacher Competency." 63rd Annual
Conference, Council for Exceptional Children. New Orleans, Louisiana. March, 1986.

"1986 Young and Restless Debate" (invited). Midwest Symposium on Behavior
Disorders. Kansas City, Kansas. February, 1986.

"The Adolescent Autistic Unit at Spaulding Youth Center: Passing Notion to Working
Reality" (with W. White). 9th Annual Conference for Teacher Educators of Children
with Behavior Disorders. Scottsdale, Arizona. November, 1985.

"Managing Aggressive Behavior: Redirect." Oregon Conference for Teachers of
Delinquent and Disturbed Youth. Eugene, Oregon. November, 1985.

"Minority Issues in Behavior Disorders" (session leader). 63rd Annual Conference,
National Council for Exceptional Children. Anaheim, California. April, 1985.

"Developing a Mind Set: Understanding and Responding to Physically Aggressive
Behavior." Oregon Conference. Eugene, Oregon. February, 1985.

"Effects of Using Object Self-Stimulation as a Reinforcer on the Prevocational Work
Rates of an Autistic Child." Conference for Teacher Educators of Children with
Behavior Disorders. Tempe, Arizona. November, 1984.
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"Understanding, Preventing, and Managing Physically Aggressive Student Behaviors"
(invited). Conference of the New Hampshire Federation for Exceptional Children, N.H.
Private Special Education Association, and N.H. Association of Special Education
Administrators. May, 1984.

"A Primer to Managing Physically Aggressive Behaviors." 62nd Annual Conference,
National Council for Exceptional Children. Washington, DC, 1984.

"Using Lines of Progress to Make Instruction Decisions” (invited). Kentucky Bureau of
Education for Exceptional Children Conference. Owensboro, Kentucky. March, 1983.

"Behavioral Contracting: Making 'If-Then' Statements Work" (invited). Kentucky
Bureau of Education for Exceptional Children Conference. Louisville, Kentucky. 1981.

"Self-Monitoring: Effectiveness as a Behavior Change Procedure with Delinquent
Adolescents." Research Forum. National Council for Exceptional Children Convention,
Philadelphia. 1980.

"Adaptation of Problem Oriented Record Keeping System to Special Education
Settings" (with M. Wolery). Annual Convention Kentucky Federation Council for
Exceptional Children. Louisville, Kentucky. 1980.


Inservice and Workshop Presentations (invited)

[See Activity Report for 2005-present]

“SWPBS Overview and Features” (May 6, 2005). Rhode Island PBIS. Providence,
Rhode Island.

“Building Capacity for Secondary and Tertiary Level Interventions” (March 16-17).
Jackson Elementary School. Medford, Oregon.

“Linking School and Home: SW PBS” (March 8, 2005). PACER Center Workshop.
Minneapolis, Minnesota.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (February 18, 2005). UK SWPBS
Project. Kansas City, Missouri.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (November 30, 2004). Sabine Parrish. Many,
Louisiana.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview” (October 27, 2004). UO Metro
Leadership Development Academy. Portland, Oregon.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview” (October 5, 2004). Rum River
Principals Association. Hinckley, Minnesota.
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“State-wide Positive Behavior Support: Getting Started” (October 6, 2004). Minnesota
Department of Education. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (September 23, 2004).Sydney
University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview” (September 21, 2004). Queensland
Department of Education. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (September 21, 2001). New
South Wales Independent Schools Behavior Specialists. Sydney, New South Wales,
Australia.

“Effective Behavior Support Research” (August 25, 2004). BC-CASE Coaches Institute.
Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Getting Started with School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (August 19-20, 2004).
Des Moines Public Schools. Iowa Behavior Initiative. Des Moines, IA.

“Data-based Decision Making and Sustained Implementation of SW PBIS” (August 5-6,
2004). PRISM Project. Shreveport, LA.

“SW Approaches to Social Emotional Behavioral Support” (August 3, 2004). Harvard
Urban Institute. Cambridge, MA.

“Sustainability and Expansion,” “Coaching Success,” and “Administrative Leadership
and Support” (July 28-29, 2004). IL PBIS Leadership Institute. Naperville, IL

“SW PBS Overview: Teams Getting Started” and “Administrators‟ Breakfast Meeting:
PBS Overview” (July 26-27, 2004). Colorado PBS Initiative. Denver, Colorado.

““SW PBS Overview: Teams Getting Started” (July 12-14, 2004). South Carolina SIG-
PBS Initiative. Charleston, South Carolina.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Coaching Overview and Review” (June 17-18,
2004). Kentucky Behavior Initiative. Louisville, KY.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Getting Started” (June 1-4, 2004). Louisiana
Positive Behavior Support Initiative. Baton Rouge, LA.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support Team Updates” (May 12, 2004) “Lessons
Learned” (May 13, 2004). Orange County School-wide Behavior Support. Costa Mesa,
CA.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview and Examples” (keynote). Louisiana
PBIS Awareness Event (April 13, 2004). Baton Rouge, MD.
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“Classroom Management Basics” (April 1, 2004). Portland Public Schools Teacher
Induction Program for Success. Portland, Oregon.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview and Examples” (keynote). Maryland
PBIS Spring Forum (March 16, 2004). Ellicott City, MD.

“PBIS Follow-up: Des Moines Team Training (March 17-18, 2004). Des Moines, Iowa.

“Review of School-wide PBS: Middle School Team Follow-up (February 17, 2004).
Atlanta, Georgia.

“Introduction to Effective Behavior Support in Tigard Tualatin” (February 13, 2004).
Tigard, Oregon.

“Secondary Emphasis: PBS Team Follow-up” (February 4, 2004). Thornton, CO.

“Behavior Management: Supervisors, Teachers, and Parents” (January 9, 2004).
Medford, Oregon

“Getting Started with School-wide PBS: Team Training” (August 4-5, 2003). Des
Moines, Iowa.

“New Hampshire Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports Initiative” (July 14-16,
2003). Plymouth, New Hampshire.

“Maryland Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports Initiative” (July 14-16, 2003).
Ellicott City, Maryland.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support for Coaches and Facilitators” (June 3-5, 2003).
Columbia, South Carolina.

“British Columbia Effective Behavior Support Coaches Institute” (April 4-5, 2003).
Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Positive Behavior Supports: A Systems Approach to Effective School-wide
Management” (March 21, 2003). Central Carolina State University. Durham, North
Carolina.

“Coaching School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (March 31-April 1, 2003). New
Hampshire PBIS Initiative. Bedford, New Hampshire.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: An Introduction” and “Team Training”
(February 27-28, 2003). North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Durham,
North Carolina.

“School-wide Behavior Supports: The Basics” (February 19, 2003)) (with Tim Lewis and
Lori Newcomer). Midwest Symposium for Leadership in Behavior Disorders. Kansas
City, Kansas.
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“Getting Started with School-Wide Positive Behavior Support” (August 7-10, 2002).
Colorado State Department of Education. Denver, Colorado.

“Effective Behavior Support Coaches Institute” (August 19-23, 2002). BC CASE.
Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Update on Implementation of Effective Behavior Support: Secondary” (September 23,
2002). Tigard-Tualatin School District. Tigard, Oregon.

“Secondary School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (October 24, 2002). Sullivan
Heights Secondary School. Surrey, British Columbia.

“Classroom Management” (October 11 & 22, 2002). Bethel School District (Clear Lake
and Prairie Mountain Schools). Eugene, Oregon.

“Successfully Teaching Social Skills” (June 24, 2002). Bethel Learning Institute of
Summer. Eugene, Oregon.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: What We‟ve Learned” (May 16, 2002). Project
Beacon. University of Washington, Seattle.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Follow-up” (May 2, 2002). Portland Public
Schools Administrator Academy. Portland, Oregon.

“A Systems Approach to Positive Behavior Support” (April 17, 2002). Maryland State
Department of Education and Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education.
Columbia, Maryland.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (February 19-22, 2002). U.S.
Virgin Islands Department of Education and University of Virgin Islands.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview (February 4, 2002). Cowichan Valley
School District. Duncan, British Columbia.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview for Getting Started” (January 22-23,
2002). Metro Denver BOCES and Colorado Department of Education. Denver,
Colorado.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview” (January 21, 2002). Northeast
Region BOCES and Colorado Department of Education. Sterling, Colorado.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Basics and Data-based Decision Making“
(December 6, 2001). Portland Public Schools Principal‟s Academy. Portland Oregon.

Overview of Positive Behavioral Supports” (October 22, 2001). Barkley Center,
University of Nebraska. Lincoln, Nebraska.
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“Positive Behavior Supports for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders”
(October 22, 2001). Nebraska Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders. Omaha,
Nebraska.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Supports” (October 23, 2001). Lincoln
Public Schools. Lincoln, Nebraska.

“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support for Administrators” (October 8-9,
2001). Utah Principals Academy. Sandy, Utah.

“Effective Behavior Support: Data-based Decision Making for Administrators” (October
2, 2001). The Dalles School District, Oregon.

“Behavior Management for Parents” (October 2, 2001). The Dalles School District.
Oregon.

“Managing Discipline Challenges Through School-Wide Behavior Support Systems”
(September 26, 2001). Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative
Teleconference. Newton, MA

“Creating And Sustaining A Sense Of Community: A Review Of Effective Practices”
(September 21, 2001). Burnaby South Secondary School Teleseminar. Burnaby, British
Columbia.

“Behavioral Support Training for School Psychologists” (June 27-29, 2001). Maryland
School Psychology Association Summer Institute 2001. Rehoboth Beach, Maryland.

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support” (May 3-4, 2001). Colorado Department of
Education. Breckenridge, Colorado.

“Preventing School Violence through Data-Driven Decision Making” (April 5, 2001).
Portland Public Schools Administrator Academy. Portland, Oregon.

“School-wide Behavior Supports” (January 15, 2001). Salt Lake City Inclusion Support
Teams. Salt Lake City, Utah.

“Overview of School-wide Behavior Supports” (January 18, 2001). Educational Service
District 113. Olympia, Washington.

“Positive School-wide Behavior Supports” (November 9, 2000). Shaklee Institute at
Heartsprings. Wichita, Kansas.

“Positive School-wide Behavior Supports and Discipline (May 4-5, 2000). Utah BEST
Project. Snowbird, Utah.

“Positive School-wide Behavior Supports and Discipline (April 28, 2000). North Platte,
Nebraska.
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“Positive School-wide Behavior Supports and Discipline (April 27, 2000). St. Paul,
Nebraska.

“Positive School-wide Behavior Supports and Discipline: Coaches Training and Team
follow-ups (April 25-26, 2000). Towson, Maryland.

“Working Smarter: “Effective Behavior Support” (February 21, 2000). Hubbard
Elementary School and Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio.

“Effective Behavior Support: Overview and Examples” (January 11, 2000). Nebraska
City School District. Nebraska City, Nebraska.

“Effective Behavior Support: Overview and Examples” (January 10, 2000). Valley
School District. Valley, Nebraska.

“Effective Behavior Support: Team and Coaches Training” (October 20-22, 1999).
Orange County Special School District, Costa Mesa, California.

“Effective Behavior Support: Coaches Training” (September 13-16, 1999). Felix EBS
Project. Honolulu, Hawaii.

“Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports: Coaches Training” (August 23-26,
1999). Illinois PBIS Project. Oakbrook, Illinois.

“Effective Behavior Support: Coaches Training” (August 16-20, 1999). British Columbia
Council for Administrators in Special Education. Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Effective Behavior Support: Team Training” (August 9-12, 1999). Clackamas
Educational Service District. Wilsonville, Oregon.

“Systems Approach to School-wide Discipline and Educating Students with EBD” (July
28-29, 1999) (with Lucille Eber). Washington ReEd. Seattle, Washington.

“Establishing the First Tier: School-wide Discipline” (July 26-27) (with Lucille Eber).
BEACONS Summer Institute. Seattle, Washington.

“Effective Behavior Support” (April & May, 1999). Orange County Special School
District. Mesa, California.

“Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports” (June, 1999). Champaign-Urbana
Region Schools. Champaign, Illinois.

“Classroom Management: Cadre Training” (April, 1999). Omaha Public Schools.
Omaha, Nebraska.

“Classroom Management and Teacher Training” (April, 1999). Teacher Education
Division, University of Nebraska at Omaha. Nebraska.
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“Behavior Management for Parents: Catch „em Being Good” (April, 1999). Bethel
School District. Eugene, Oregon.

“Overview of Effective Behavior Support” (February, 1999). Winnipeg School Division 1.
Winnipeg, Manitoba.

“Overview of Effective Behavior Support” (February, 1999). St. James School Division.
Winnipeg, Manitoba.

“Proactive School-wide Discipline” (February, 1999). John M. King School. Winnipeg,
Manitoba.

“Effective Behavior Support: What Is It?” (February, 1999). Learning in Retirement,
Continuing Education. University of Oregon. Eugene, Oregon.

“Behavior Management for Parents: Catch „em Being Good” (February, 1999). Jackson
Elementary School. Medford, Oregon.

“A Systems Approach to Proactive Discipline and Behavioral Supports” (January, 1999)
(with J. Sprague). Professional Development Workshop Series Enhancing School
Safety and Preventing School Violence. Eugene, Oregon.

“School-wide Discipline” (November, 1998). School District #54 Bulkley Valley.
Smithers, British Columbia.

“Primer on Functional Assessment-Based Behavior Support Planning (August &
September, 1998). Omaha Public Schools. Omaha, Nebraska.

“Effective Behavior Support Planning” (August & September, 1998). La Grange Special
Education District. Chicago, Illinois.

“School-wide Discipline and Effective Behavior Support” (August, 1998). Jackson
Elementary School. Medford, Oregon.

“School-wide Behavior Support” (August, 1998). Special School District. St. Louis,
Missouri.

“Implementing Effective School-wide Management Systems” (April, 1998). Winnipeg
School Division No. 1. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

“Proactive Schoolwide Approaches to Discipline in Elementary and Middle School”
(February, 1998) (w/ Tim Lewis & Geoff Colvin). Midwest Symposium for Leadership in
Behavior Disorders: Effective Practices for Students with E/BD. Kansas City, Kansas.

“Effective Behavior Support: A Proactive Systems Approach to Managing Problem
Behavior” (November, 1997). Greater Albany Public School 8J. Albany, Oregon.
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“Effective Behavior Support” (October, 1997). Wraparound Workshop. Lane County
Direction Service. Eugene, Oregon.

“Proactive Systems of Behavior Support: Examples and Features” (October, 1997).
Educational Service Unit #9. Grand Island, Nebraska.

“Summer Institute on Developing School-wide Approaches to Behavior Support”
(August, 1997). British Columbia Council for Administrators in Special Education.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

“Academy on Educational Leadership for High Performance Schools” (August, 1997).
Institute on Development of Educational Achievement and Oregon Education
Association. Eugene, Oregon.

“Academy on High Performance Schools” (June, 1997). Hawaii Department of
Education, Special Services. Honolulu, Hawaii.

“Working with Students with Conduct Disorders: For School Counselors” (May, 1997).
McMinnville School District. McMinnville, Oregon.

“Creating Proactive School-Wide Discipline Systems for Students with Problem
Behavior: Features and Examples” (February, 1997). Havre Public Schools. Havre,
Montana.

“Systems Approach to Positive Behavior Support for All Students: Features and
Examples” (January, 1997). Greater Albany Public School 8J. Albany, Oregon.

“Effective School-wide Discipline: Practices, Structures, and Processes for Supporting
Students with Behavior Disorders” (January, 1997). Oregon Council for Children with
Behavior Disorders, Winter Training Institute. Portland, Oregon.

“Creating Proactive and Effective School-wide Discipline Systems for Students with
Problem Behavior” (December, 1996; January & March, 1997). Hawaii Department of
Education, Native Hawaiian Project. Honolulu & Hilo, Hawaii.

“Systems Approach to Positive Behavioral Support for All Students” (November, 1996).
Greater Albany Public Schools. Silver Falls Conference Center, Oregon.

“Effective Behavior Support: A Proactive Systems Approach to Managing Problem
Behavior” (November, 1996). Education Service Unit #9. Hastings, Nebraska.

“Designing and Implementing a Social Skills Program: Strategies, Guidelines, and
Examples” (October, 1996). Region 6 Education Service Center. Huntsville, Texas

“Effective Behavior Support for Students with Problem Behavior: Strategies and
Examples” (September, 1996). St. James-Assiniboia School Division No. 2. Winnipeg,
Manitoba.
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“Effective Behavior Support for Students with Problem Behavior: Strategies and
Examples” (September, 1996). Manitoba Council for Exceptional Children. Winnipeg,
Manitoba.

“Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Problem Behavior: Strategies and
Examples” (September, 1996). Nelson School District. Nelson, British Columbia,
Canada.

“Proactive Systems for Creating and Maintaining Positive Learning Environments:
Strategies and Examples” (August, 1996). McMinnville School District. McMinnville,
Oregon.

“Building and Implementing Effective Behavioral Support Systems: Strategies and
Examples” (August, 1996). Tigard-Tualatin School District. Tualatin, Oregon.

“Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Behavioral Challenges.”
Montana Region II: Comprehensive System of Personnel Development (March, 1996).
Conrad & Havre, Montana.

“Social Skills for School Psychologists.” Educational Service District #113 (February,
1996). Olympia, Washington

“Teaming and the Provision of Positive Behavior Support.” Education Service Unit No. 9
Behavior Management Workshop (January, 1996). Grand Island, Nebraska.

“Positive Behavior Support for Students with Severe Problem Behavior.” Education
Service Unit No. 9 Behavior Management Workshop (November, 1995). Grand Island,
Nebraska.

“Establishing Positive School-wide Behavior Support Systems.” Riverside Elementary
School (October, 1995). Grants Pass, Oregon.

“Proactive Strategies for Youth with Challenging Problem Behavior.” Oregon Child and
Youth Care Association (September, 1995). Eugene, Oregon.

“Building Proactive Strategies and School Environments through Effective Behavioral
Support.” Springfield Middle School (August, 1995). Springfield, Oregon.

“Building Effective Behavioral Support Systems for Students with Severe Behavioral
Challenges.” Montana School for the Deaf and Blind (August, 1995). Great Falls,
Montana.

“Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities in Typical Classroom
Settings: Effective Behavioral Support Teams.” Institute on Emotional Disabilities at
Keene State College and Institute on Disability/UAP at the University of New Hampshire
(August, 1995). Manchester, New Hampshire.
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“Problem Solving and Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Behavioral
Challenges.” Central Point School District (August, 1995). Central Point, Oregon.

“Effective Behavioral Support.” 1995 Supported Education: A Path to the 21st Century
(August, 1995). Oregon Department of Education. Bend, Oregon.

“Effective Behavioral Support for Persistent Problem Behaviors.” Edith Cowan
University (July, 1995). Perth, Western Australia.

“Effective Behavioral Support: Social Skills Instruction, Behavior Support Plans, and
School-wide Management.” National Behavior Problems Network, Inc. (July, 1995).
Perth, Western Australia

“Building Effective Individual Education Plans for Students with Severe Problem
Behaviors.” Metropolitan North West Socio-PsychoEducational Resource Center
(June, 1995). Perth, Western Australia.

“Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities in Inclusive Schools
and Typical Classrooms.” Institute on Emotional Disabilities at Keene State College
and Institute on Disability/UAP at the University of New Hampshire (May, 1995).
Manchester, New Hampshire.

“Assessing and Developing School-Wide Support for Students with Severe Behavioral
Problems.” Cascade School District (February, 1995). Turner, Oregon

"Strategies to Facilitate Social Skills Development." Community Options Training
Seminar (November, 1994). E. C. CARES Project. Eugene, Oregon.

"Creating Effective Behavior Intervention Plans." Master Workshop Series. Institute for
Effective Education (October, 1994). San Diego, California.

"Basic Behavior Management and Promoting Effective Work and Learning
Environments." Pearl Buck Center (September, 1994). Eugene, Oregon.

"Proactive, School-Wide Behavioral Support." Seven Oaks Middle School and
Crowfoot Elementary School (August, 1994). Lebannon, Oregon.

"Behavior Support Teams and Effective Behavioral Support." Institute on Emotional
Disabilities at Keene State College (April, 1994). Laconia, New Hampshire.

"Effective Behavioral Support: Teachers, Principals, and School Board Members."
Nashua Public Schools (April, 1994). Nashua, New Hampshire.

"Effective Behavioral Support: Paraprofessional Training." Harris Elementary School
(February, 1994). Eugene, Oregon.

"Behavior Intervention Workshop." Harrison Elementary School (January, 1994).
Cottage Grove, Oregon.
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"Providing Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Behavioral
Challenges." ODE/UO Facilitator/Cadre Training Project (February, March, April,
1994). Eugene & Salem, Oregon.

"Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Severe Behavior Problems." Institute
on Emotional Disabilities at Keene State College (January, 1994). Manchester, New
Hampshire.

"School-wide Discipline and Teaming." Nashua Public Schools (January, 1994).
Nashua, New Hampshire.

"Primer on the Prevention and Management of Problem Behaviors." Oregon Camping
Association and Oregon 4H (November, 1993). Salem, Oregon.

"School-wide Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Social Behavior Problems."
 Hampton Academy Junior High School (October, 1993). Hampton, New Hampshire.

"More Practical Strategies for Educators of Children with Emotional and Behavioral
Disabilities." Institute on Emotional Disabilities at Keene State College (October, 1993).
 Manchester, New Hampshire.

"Teaming for Students with Severe Behavior Problems." Nashua Public Schools
(October, 1993). Nashua, New Hampshire.

"Effective Behavioral Support for Students with Serious Behavior Challenges." Oregon
Department of Education Strategies for Including Students (November, 1993).
Portland, Oregon.

"Social Skills." Oregon Behavior Institute 1993: Addressing Problem Behavior in the
Public Schools (June, 1993). Eugene, Oregon.

"Practical Strategies for Educators of Children with Emotional and Behavioral
Disabilities." Middaugh School District (May, 1993). Topsham, Maine.

"A Proactive Approach to the Education of Students with High Risk Behaviors." Hood
River School District (May, 1993). Hood River, Oregon.

"Practical Strategies for Educators of Children with Emotional and Behavioral
Disabilities." Institute on Emotional Disabilities at Keene State College (April, 1993).
Manchester, New Hampshire.

"You Want Me to Do What? Strategies for Promoting Social Behaviors." 1993 Oregon
Conference. Pre-Conference Workshop (February, 1993). Eugene, Oregon.

"Assessment and Intervention with High Risk Behaviors." Oceanlake Elementary
School, Lincoln City School District (October, 1992). Lincoln City, Oregon.
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"Introduction to Effective Practices for Students with High Risk Behaviors." Jefferson
Middle School, Eugene 4J School District (October, 1992). Eugene, Oregon.

"Meeting the Challenge: Educating Students with Severe Acting Out Behavior."
Hillsboro School District (October, 1992). Hillsboro, Oregon.

"Introduction to Teacher Assistance Teams." Linn-Benton Education Service District
(May, 1992). Albany, Oregon.

"Workshop on Supporting Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disabilities." Clackamus
County Education Service District (May, 1992). Canby, Oregon.

"Working with Students with High-Risk Behaviors." Stayton Elementary School
(February & March, 1992). Stayton, Oregon.

"Building and Maintaining School-wide Management." Park Place Elementary School
(April & May, 1992). Oregon City, Oregon.

"Supporting Students with Emotional and Behavioral Challenges." Oregon Department
of Education, Special Student Services (October, 1991). Salem, Oregon

“Social Skills Instruction and Conflict Management." Waldport School District (October,
1991). Waldport, Oregon

"A Proactive Approach to Working with Students with Behavior Disorders: Assessment
and Intervention." Douglas Education Service District (September, 1991). Tillamook,
Oregon.

"Management of Escalating Behavior and Application of a Proactive Approach."
Waldport School District (August, 1991). Waldport, Oregon.

"Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Disorders." Topics in Behavior Disorders Series
at Portland State University (August, 1991). Portland, Oregon.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior."
Hampton Senior High School (July, 1991). Morley, Western Australia.

"Preventative Behavior Management through Social Skills Instruction." Non-
Government Schools Guidance Service (June, 1991). Perth, Western Australia.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior."
Churchlands Senior High School (June, 1991). Churchlands, Western Australia.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior."
Rossmoyne Senior High School (June, 1991). Rossmoyne, Western Australia.

"Primer on Behavior Management for Parents." St. Mary's Anglican Girls School -
Resource Parent's Group (June, 1991). Karrinyup, Western Australia.
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"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior." St.
Mary's Anglican Girls School (June, 1991). Karrinyup, Western Australia.

"Teacher Assistance Teams: A Proactive Approach to Managing Behavior Problems."
South Fremantle Senior High School (June, 1991). Beaconsville, Western Australia.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior."
Leeming Senior High School (May, 1991). Leeming, Western Australia.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior."
Forrestfield Senior High School (May, 1991). Forrestfield, Western Australia.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior."
Armadale District Ministry of Education. Principals and Deputies Workshop. (May,
1991). Armadale, Western Australia.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior." St.
Mary's Angilican Girls School (May, 1991). Karrinyup, Western Australia.

"Applying a Proactive Approach to the Problem of High Risk Student Behavior."
Thornlie Senior High School (April, 1991). Thornlie, Western Australia.

"Managing Acting Out and Escalating Behavior." Kelmscott Senior High School (April,
1991). Kelmscott, Western Australia.

"An Instructional Approach to the Management of Problem Behaviors in Mainstream
Settings." Balga Educational Support Program (March, 1991). Balga, Western
Australia.

"Guidelines for the Management of High Risk Problem Behavior." Australian
Association for Direct Instruction. Member's meeting (February, 1991). Mount Lawley,
Western Australia.

"Taking a Proactive Approach in the Management of High Risk Problem Behavior."
Kelmscott Senior High School (February, 1991). Kelmscott, Western Australia.

"Functional View of Assessing and Teaching At-risk Students." Forest Grove School
District. Forest Grove, Oregon. November, 1990.

"Assessing and Managing Acting Out Behavior" (with G. Colvin). Preconference
workshop. 1990 Oregon Conference. Eugene, Oregon. February, 1990.

"Social Skills Instruction for the Classroom and Building." Broward County Schools,
Exceptional Student Education. Pompano Beach, Florida. November, 1990.

"SED Best Practices Regional Workshops." Oregon Department of Education. Coos
Bay, Ashland, La Grande, East Portland, West Portland, Corvallis. 1989-1990.
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"Building-wide Management: Self-evaluation and Basic Strategies." Delight Valley
Elementary School. Cottage Grove, Oregon. January, 1990.

"Mainstreaming Strategies for Students with Behavior Disorders." Self-contained
Special Education. Eugene Public Schools 4J. Eugene, Oregon. November, 1989.

"Building-wide Behavior Management: Effective Procedures. Fleming Middle School.
Grants Pass, Oregon. October, 1989.

"1st Day/Week of School: Effective Management Strategies." Inservice for General
Education Teachers and Administrators, Josephine County Public Schools. Grants
Pass, OR. September, 1989.

"Social Skills Training Strategies." Inservice for Special Education Teachers and
Related Personnel, Josephine County Public Schools. Grants Pass, OR. September,
1989.

"Preventing Behavior Problems in the Classroom." Inservice for Cal Young Middle
School Teaching Staff, Eugene School District, 4J. Eugene, OR. September, 1989.

"Building Wide Management Strategies: Restarting the Proticket." Inservice for
Bohemia Elementary School Staff, Cottage Grove School District. Cottage Grove, OR.
 September, 1989.

"SED Best Practices Workshops." Oregon Department of Education. Salem, OR. May
& August, 1989.

“Strategies for Promoting Social Skills.” Hawthorne Elementary School, Everett School
District. Everett, WA December, 1988.

"Teaching as a Means of Reducing Problem Behaviors." Clackamas Educational
Service District. Marylhurst, Oregon. November, 1987.

"Quality I.E.P.s and Best Practice" and "Strategies for Integrating IEPs into Instructional
Activities." Workshop on Quality I.E.P.s. ECSU-5. Minnesota. February, 1987.

Kentucky Department of Education. Division of Alternative Education. Five-day
workshop on managing behavior disordered children and youth. Cumberland Falls,
Kentucky. April, 1981.

"Primer on Managing Physically Aggressive Behaviors." Lane School, Lane Education
Service District. Eugene, Oregon. Fall, 1984.

“Implementing Behavioral and Instructional Objectives." Regional Access Project.
Headstart. Louisville, Kentucky. January, 1982.

"Basic Behavior Management and Developing Individual Intervention Plans." Metro
Industrial Services. Lexington, Kentucky. October, 1981.
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"Management of the Behaviors of Hyperactive Preschoolers." Community Action
Center. Headstart. Lexington, Kentucky. October, 1981.

"Programming for the Behavioral Disturbed Adolescent." Ohio University College of
Education. Dean's Grant. Athens, Ohio. May, 1981.

"Inservice: Managing Behaviors of Emotionally Disturbed Students." Caddo Parrish
Public Schools. Shreveport, Louisiana. March, 1981.

"Behavioral and Instructional Management of Headstart Preschoolers." Regional
Access Project. Headstart. Lexington, Kentucky. January, 1981.

"Managing Hyperactive Behaviors in the Regular Classroom." Washington County
Schools. Kentucky. June, 1980.

Other

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Discipline” (4/25/02). Testimony before
U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pension. Washington, DC.

“Bullying and Effective Behavior Support” (10/15/2000). David Ingram Show. Rogers
Television. Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Safe Schools and Effective Behavior Support” (11/4/99). Radio show. Vancouver,
British Columbia.

“Effective Behavior Support in Schools.” (5/13/99). Radio show. Champaign/Urbana, IL.

"Students with Behavior Disorders in Schools." ABC Radio Southwest. Sharon Kennedy
(6/4/91). Bunbury, Western Australia.

"A Proactive Approach to Managing High Risk Student Behavior." ABC (6WF) Radio.
Talkback Show with Verity James (5/22/91). Perth, Western Australia.

"Working with Students with Behavioral Disorders." 6PR Radio. "Only Human Segment"
with Howard Sattler (5/29/91). Perth, Western Australia.

Consultation Activities

       Hartford Public Schools. Hartford, CT. 2008-present.
       Windham Public Schools. Willimantic, CT. 2007-present
       Colchester Public Schools. Colchester, CT. 2006-present
       State Education Resource Center. Middletown, CT. 2005-present
       Central Massachusetts Communities of Care. UMass Medical School.
        Worcester, MA. 2006-present
       Rhode Island PBS Initiative. Providence, RI. 2005-present
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   Minnesota State Department PBS Initiative. Minneapolis, MN. 2004-present.
   Washington DC Public Schools PBS State Improvement Grant. Washington D.C.
    2004-present.
   North Dakota Positive Behavior Initiative. 2004-present.
   Iowa Behavior Alliance. Iowa, 2003-present.
   Des Moines Public School PBIS Initiative. Iowa, 2003-present.
   South Carolina PBS State Improvement Grant. South Carolina, 2003-present.
   New Hampshire Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports. New
    Hampshire, 2002-present.
   Colorado Department of Education. Denver, Colorado, 2001-present
   British Columbia Council for Special Education Administrators. British Columbia,
    Canada. 1997-present
   Illinois State-wide Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and Wraparound
    Network, La Grange, Illinois, 1998-present
   Orange County Special School District, Costa Mesa, California. 1999-present
   Maryland Department of Education, Baltimore, Maryland, 1999-present
   Boston Public Schools. Boston, MA. 2005-2006
   Alabama State Department of Education. Montgomery, Alabama, 2000-2003
   Arizona Behavioral Initiative, Tucson, Arizona, 1999-2002
   Bethel School District. Eugene, Oregon, 1993-2005
   Tigard-Tualatin School District. Tigard, Oregon, 1995-2005
   Hawaii Department of Education. Honolulu, Hawaii. 1996-2003
   Clackamas Educational Service District. West Linn, Oregon, 1999-2000
   Nebraska State-wide Behavioral Initiative, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1998-2000
   Jackson Elementary School, Medford, Oregon. 1998-1999
   Beaverton School District, Beaverton, Oregon. 1998-1999.
   Albany School District, Albany, Oregon. 1996-1998.
   Eugene School District 4J. Eugene, Oregon. 1992-1998
   Roseburg School District. Roseburg, Oregon, 1995-1998
   Oregon Department of Education. Special Education. Salem, Oregon, 1989-
    1997.
   Autism Council of Oregon - Eugene Parent's Group. Eugene, Oregon. 1986-
    1996
   Riverside Elementary School. Grants Pass, Oregon, 1995-1997
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   Springfield School District. Springfield, Oregon, 1994-1996
   Allegheny-Singer Research Institute. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1996
   Ontario Public Schools. Ontario, Oregon, 1995-1996
   Montana School for the Deaf and Blind. Great Falls, Montana, 1995.
   Central Point School District 6. Central Point, Oregon, 1995
   Oregon Department of Education, Correctional Education, Salem, Oregon, 1994-
    1995
   Institute on Emotional Disabilities at Keene State College. Keene, New
    Hampshire. 1992-1996
   Pearl Buck Center. Eugene, Oregon, 1994-1995
   Nashua Public Schools. Nashua, New Hampshire. 1992-1994
   Middaugh School District. Topsham, Maine. 1993-1994
   Springfield School District. Springfield, Oregon. 1993-1994
   South Umpqua School District #19. Myrtle Creek, Oregon. 1991-1992.
   Guam, Department of Education. December, 1991-1992
   Lane School Consultation Program, Lane Education Service District. Eugene,
    Oregon. November, 1991-1992
   Newman College Primary School, Brigidine Campus. Floreat, Western Australia.
    February, 1991
   Pearl Buck Center. Fairview Hospital and community integration project.
    Eugene, Oregon. June through December, 1990.
   Autism Council of Oregon, Eugene Parent Support Group. Eugene, Oregon.
    October, 1990.
   Banks Elementary School. Banks, Oregon. August, 1990.
   Woodburn Elementary and High School. Woodburn, Oregon, August, 1990
   Scappoose Middle School. Scappoose, Oregon. June, August, & November
    1990
   King Elementary School. Oregon City, Oregon. June, 1990.
   Eugene School District 4J. BD Mainstreaming Project. Eugene, Oregon. 1989-
    1990
   Bohemia Elementary School. School-wide Behavior Management Plan. Cottage
    Grove, Oregon. 1988-1990.
   Lowell Elementary School. Classroom and Behavior Management. Lowell,
    Oregon. 1989.
   Lane Educational Service District. Student Retention Initiative. Eugene,
    Oregon. 1988-1989.
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   Eugene Regional Program for the Hearing Impaired. Eugene 4J. Program
    evaluation. Spring, 1988.
   Kelly Middle School. Eugene 4J. School-wide Behavior Management. March,
    1989-1990.
   Bethel School District. Program development for Seriously Emotionally
    Disturbed Students. March, 1989-1990.
   Eugene School District 4J. Evaluation of teaching assistance utilization. March,
    1989.
   Portland State University, Department of Special Education. Project QUEST.
    Portland, Oregon. 1987-1989.
   Pearl Buck Center. Case Management and Consultation. Eugene, Oregon.
    1986-1989.
   Eugene 4J School District. Social Skills Training. Eugene, Oregon. 1986-1988.
   Lane School, Lane Education Service District. Case Management. Eugene,
    Oregon. 1985-1993.
   University of Arizona. Corrections and Special Education Training Project.
    Tempe, Arizona. Fall, 1984-1988.
   Lane County Children's Services Division. Behavior Management Programs for
    Behavior Disordered Students: Evaluation Pinpoints. Eugene, Oregon.
    December, 1987.
   Mt. Pleasant-Blythedale Union School District. Program Evaluation and Staff
    Development. Valhalla, New York. 1986-1987.
   Oregon Department of Education. Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Study Design
    Team. Salem, Oregon. 1987.
   Eugene 4J School District. Social Skills Training Grant. Eugene, Oregon.
    February, 1987.
   Autism Council of Oregon. Salem, Oregon. 1987.
   Marion Educational Service District. Salem, Oregon. August, 1986-June, 1987.
   Child Center. Case Management. Springfield, Oregon. 1985-1986.
   Newberg School District. Special Education. Newberg, Oregon. October, 1985.
   Oregon State Department of Education. "Summer Training Institute for
    Teachers of Low-Incidence Students." Salem, Oregon. Summer, 1985.
   Spaulding Youth Center. "Autistic Program." Tilton, New Hampshire. Winter,
    1984.
   Department of Psychiatry, Chandler Medical Center. University of Kentucky.
    Adolescent Inpatient Project. Lexington, Kentucky. 1981-1983.
   Jefferson County Schools. Instructional Alternatives Project. Louisville,
    Kentucky. October, 1980.
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      Jefferson County Public Schools. Louisville, Kentucky. February-May, 1980.
      Crown Hill Group Home. Seattle, Washington. March-November, 1979.
      Fayette School. Fayette County Public Schools. Lexington, Kentucky. 1979-
       1983.
      Comprehensive Care of Lexington, Kentucky. 1979-1983.

                                University Activities

UConn Courses Taught

EPSY 4330     Grant Writing (Fall 2009)
EPSY 5309     SWPBS for Leadership (Spring 2009)
EPSY 410      Doctoral Seminar: Behavior Disorders (Spring 2008
EPSY 410      Doctoral Seminar: Single Subject Research (Fall 2007)
EPSY 349      Classroom and Behavior Management (Fall 2007)

UConn Committee Membership

Neag School of Education Research Advisory Council, 2005-present
Special Education Program Doctoral Committee, 2005-present

Other Courses Taught

Spring 2009 Educational Leadership (Hehir), Harvard University (April 2009)
Spring 2009 Early Childhood Doctoral Seminar (Kaiser), Vanderbilt (February 2009)
Spring 2008 Educational Leadership (Hehir), Harvard University (April 2008)
Fall 2008 School Psychology Doctoral Seminar (Christensen), University of Minnesota
      (Nov 2008)

UConn Guest Speaker (includes non-UConn activities since 2005)

“SWPBS and Counseling” EPSY 5307 (Rachelle Perusse), October 2009
 “SWPBS and Counselors” EPSY 5307 (Rachelle Perusse), October 2008
Classroom and Behavior Management” EPSY 221 (Jason Stephens), November 2007ß
“SWPBS Evolution and Research” EPSY 410 (Joe Madaus), October 2007
“Classroom and Behavior Management” EPSY 221 (Jason Stephens), November 2006
“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Role of School Psychologist.” UConn School
      Psychology Internship Seminar (Tom Kehle). September 2006.
 “Establishing SWPBS: Fern Ridge M.S.” EPSY 313 (Sally Reis). December 2005.
“SWPBS: Role of School Psychologist” EPSY 384 (Sandy Chafouleas). October 2005
“Classroom Management and Function Based Support” EPSY 331 (Joe Madaus).
      October 2005.
“School-wide Discipline” EPSY 308 (Bobbi Rhein). October 2005.
“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Role of School Psychologist.” UConn School
      Psychology Internship Seminar (Tom Kehle). September 2005.
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UO Courses Taught

SPED 609        Practicum: Grant Writing Workshop
SPED 507/607    Seminar:
                School-wide Discipline and Classroom Management
                Characteristics of Students with Behavior Disorders
                Functional Assessment
                Seminal Readings in Behavior Disorders
                Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
                History of Mental Deviance
                SED Preferred and Required Practices
                Educating and Understanding Students with Emotional and
                      Behavioral Disorders
                Issues in Behavior Disorders
                Consultation in Special Education
                Advanced Behavior Management
                Social Skills Instruction
                Behavior Disorders Professional Seminar
                Issues in Special Education
                Doctoral Research Foundations
                Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis
ELTA 605        Basic Administrative Licensure Training
ELTA 605        Standard Administrative Licensure Training
SPED 661        Research and Writing in Special Education
SPED 426/526    Classroom and Behavior Management
SPED 427527     Advanced Classroom and Behavior Management
SPED 509        Practicum: Social Skills Instruction
SPED 485G       Behavior Management of the Exceptional Child
SPED 407G       Communication and Counseling Skills for Teachers
SPED 463G       Introduction to Behavior Disorders
SPED 340        Classroom Management
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UO Committee Membership

Special Education Area, Chair, 2003-2005
Advisory Board for Child and Family Center, Member, 2002-2006.
College of Education Faculty Personnel Committee. Member, 2001-2003.
Department of Special Education and Community Resources Doctoral Program,
       Member, 1999-2005
Vice Provost of Research and Graduate Studies Search Committee, 1999-2000,
       member.
College of Education Affirmative Action Liaison Officer, 1996-1999
Behavioral Research and Teaching Working Group, Co-Director, 1991-1995
Behavior Disorders Program, Director, 1995-2000
Oregon Conference, Co-Director, 1991-2002
University of Oregon Protection of Human Subjects, Chair, 1997-1999
University of Oregon Protection of Human Subjects, Vice-chair, 1995-1997.
Department of Special Education and Community Resources Doctoral Program, Chair,
       1996-1999.
Dean of the Graduate School Search Committee, 1998, member.
Department of Applied Behavior and Communication Sciences Search Committee,
       School Psychology, 1996.
University of Oregon Committee on Committees, 1994-1996
College of Education Instructional Council, 1994-1995
Department of Applied Behavior and Communication Sciences Search Committee,
       Counseling Psychology, 1996.
University of Oregon Protection of Human Subjects, 1989-1991, 1992-1995
Division of Learning and Instructional Leadership, Research and Services Task Force,
       Co-chair, 1994
Special Education Area, Chair, 1993-1996
Division of Learning and Instructional Leadership, Executive Committee, 1993-1995
Special Education Doctoral Program, Chair, 1991-1993
Special Education Doctoral Program, 1988-1991, 1993-1996
Special Education Area Position Search Committee, Chair, 1993-1994
Division of Learning and Instructional Leadership, Research Council, Chair, 1992-1993
University of Oregon Family Housing Board, 1991-1993
College of Education Minority Recruitment and Retention Task Force, 1992-1993
University of Oregon Research Committee, 1993-1994
University of Oregon Grievance Rule Review Committee, 1987-1989
University of Oregon Equal Employment Opportunity Committee, 1986-1990
University of Oregon Amazon Housing Policy Board, 1988-1989
Master's and Handicapped Learner Endorsement Committee, Chair, 1985-1992
Special Education Area, Chair, 1991-present; 1985-1988
School Psychology Certification Committee, 1984-1990
Handicapped Learner Endorsement Task Force, 1985-1986
Division of Teacher Education Merit/Equity Review, 1989-1990
Division of Teacher Education Executive Committee, 1987-1989
Division of Teacher Education Graduate Council, 1986-1988
Division of Teacher Education Promotion and Tenure Review Committee, 1988-1989
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Secondary Mildly Handicapped Learner Steering Committee, 1985-1988
Division of Teacher Education Mission Committee, Chair, 1985-1986
Division of Teacher Education Computer Hardware Committee, Chair, 1985-1986
Division of Teacher Education Technology Faculty, 1989.

Other Service Activities

Governor‟s Juvenile Crime Prevention Task Force, ad hoc Program and System
   Evaluation Committee, 1995-1996 (State)
Lane County Mental Health Advisory Committee, 1995-1996 (Regional)
Oregon Department of Education Correctional Education Training Project, 1993-1996
   (State).
Oregon Department of Education Effective Behavioral Support Cadre Project, 1993-
   1997 (State).
Oregon Department of Education Character Education Advisory Committee, 1993-1996
   (State)
Lane County Direction Service, 1993-1997, Board of Directors (Regional)
Program Advisory Committee, 1990 Symposium for Culturally Diverse Exceptional
   Children (National)
Council for Children with Behavior Disorders (Minority Member at Large, Executive
   Committee, 1980-1981 & 1983-1985) (National)
Council for Children with Behavior Disorders (Ad Hoc Committee on Minority Affairs,
   Chair, 1985-1988) (National)
Skipworth Advisory Committee, 1986-1991 (Regional)
Student Retention Initiative Committee, 1989-90 (Regional)
Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Study Team, 1988-1989 (State)
Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Planning Committee, 1988-1990 (State)
Stanford Research Institute, 1987 - Longitudinal Study Advisory Council (National)
Center for Behavior Therapy and Rehabilitation, 1988-1989 (Regional)
Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Advisory and Planning Committee, 1989-1990 (Local)

UO Guest Speaker (includes non-UO activities)

“School-wide Positive Behavior Support and Applied Behavior Analysis: FAQ.” Ohio
      State University Special Education Doctoral Seminar. October 23, 2009 (Sheila
      Morgan).
“School-wide Positive Behavior Support: Overview and Examples.” UO Student School
      Psychology Association. November 2004.
“Function-based Behavior Support: Big Ideas.” Special Education Assessment at Drake
      University (Carl Smith). March 2004.
“Working Smarter in Programs for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.”
      SPED 534 Educating Students with Behavioral Disorders (E. Martin & T. Tobin).
      May 2003
“Effective Behavior Support: Practices and Systems.” EDST 212 Foundations of
      Learning and Intervention (M. Shinn). March, 2003.
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“Overview of Social Skills Instruction for Students with Emotional and Behavioral
      Disorders.” SPED 534 Educating Students with Behavioral Disorders (E. Martin).
      May, 2002.
“Primer on Precision Teaching.” SPED 668 Single Subject Research II (R. Albin). May,
      2002.
“Stimulus Control.” SPED 607 Advance Applied Behavior Analysis (R. Horner). May,
      2002.
“Overview of School-wide Positive Behavior Support.” CPSY 643 Community
      Prevention and Intervention (B. McWhirter). May, 2002.
“Effective Behavior Support: School Climate and Culture.” Sociology 491 (J. Stockard).
      May, 2000.
“Status of Behavioral Support” Drake University and Success4 Specialized Services
      Group in Iowa. Teleconference (C. Smith). January, 2000.
“School-wide Discipline: Examples & Evaluation” EDST 312 Research (D. Crone).
      November, 1999
“Effective Behavior Supports in the Schools.” CPSY 643 Community Prevention and
      Intervention (B. McWhirter). March, 1999.
“Single Subject Research: Examples.” EDST 312 Research (T. Palmer). February,
      1999
“Behavior Analysis, Positive Behavior Support, and Schools.” Ohio State University
      Visiting Professor‟s Teleconference (W. Heward). November, 1998.
“Classroom and Behavior Management in Middle/Secondary Schools.”
      Middle/Secondary Teacher Training Program (M. Olson). November, 1998.
“Effective Behavior Supports in the Schools.” CPSY 643 Community Prevention and
      Intervention (B. McWhirter). March, 1998.
“Applications of Research to Address School Problems.” EDUC 313 Evaluation and
      Decision Making (D. Johnson). January, 1998.
“Effective Behavior Supports in the Schools.” CPSY 643 Community Prevention and
      Intervention (H. Severson). March, 1997.
“Using Research and Evaluation to Address Real School Problems.” EDUC 313
      Evaluation and Decision Making (D. Johnson). January, 1997.
“Evaluation of Antisocial Behavior: A Systems Approach.” EDUC 313 Evaluation and
      Decision Making (L. Irvin). November, 1996.
“Ethical and Legal Issues in Educating Students with Severe Problem Behavior.” CPSY
      612 Ethical and Legal Issues (J. Moursund). November, 1995.
“Person Loading Charts and Budget Summaries and Justifications.” SPED 607 Grant
      Writing in Special Education (Bullis). May, 1995
“Proactive School-Wide Management: Principles and Practices for Administrators.”
      Basic Administrator‟s Licensure Program (Goldschmidt). April and June, 1995.
"Social Skills Assessment and Instruction: Challenges and Opportunities." SPSY 673
      Psychoeducational Assessment II (Kaminski). May, 1993.
"Behavioral or Emotional Disorders: A Classroom Perspective." SPED 430
      Introduction to the Exceptional Learner (Lewis). May, 1993
"Issues in Behavior Disorders." Special Education Master's Professional Seminar
      (Espeseth). October, 1991.
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"Social Skills Training and the Problem of Generalized Responding." CI Professional
      Seminar (Grosenick). July, 1991.
"Introduction to a Behavioral Approach to Teaching and Classroom Management."
      EDU 2300 Education (R. Madigan). May, 1991. Edith Cowan University.
      Churchlands, Western Australia.
"Social Skills Instruction: The Problem of Generalized Responding." Advanced Clinical
      Psychology Seminar (Birnbrauer). May, 1991. Murdoch University. Perth,
      Western Australia.
"Introduction to Classroom Management: Preventative and Instructional Approach."
      EDU 3500 Education (D. Evans). April, 1991. Edith Cowan University. Mt
      Lawley, Western Australia.
"Topics and Issues in Behavior Disorders." CI Master's Seminar (Lamon). November,
      1990.
"Behaviorism as a Way of Knowing." 5th Year Elementary Education Program, June,
      1990.
"A Behavior Analysis of Resistances to Consultation." School Psychology Doctoral
      Seminar on Applied Behavior Analysis (Stoner). February, 1990.
"Topics and Issues in Behavior Disorders." Interdisciplinary Professional Seminar
      (Inman). October, 1989
"Getting Ready to Work with Students with Behavior Disorders." CI Master's Seminar
      (Lamon). October, 1989.
"Preparing to Work with Students with Behavior Disorders." CI Master's Seminar
      (Lamon). June, 1989.
"Special Topics in Managing Behavior Disorders." Advanced Educational Psychology
      Seminar (Good). July, 1989.
"Social Skills Assessment and Training." Presented in Career Education for the
      Handicapped (Espeseth). April, 1988.
"Basic Behavior Management." Presented in Psychology of Exceptional Children
      (Grosenick). August, 1987.
"Introduction to Basic Behavior Management." Presented in Psychology of Exceptional
      Children (Grosenick). December, 1987.
"University of Oregon Programs for Teachers of Students with Behavior Disorders."
      Presented in Special Education Master's Professional Seminar (Espeseth). July,
      1987.
"Getting Ready to Work with Students with Behavior Disorders." Presented in
      Curriculum and Instruction Master's Seminar (Lamon). July, 1987.
"Trends and Issues in Behavioral Disorders." Presented in CI Master's Seminar
      (Flinders). November, 1986.
"Current Trends and Research in Behavior Disorders." Presented in Master's Seminar
      (Lamon). Summer, 1986.
"Introduction to the Interventionist Approach." Presented in Elementary Classroom
      Management (Bennett). November, 1985.
"Trends and Issues in Behavioral Disorders." Presented in Master's Seminar (Lamon).
       November, 1985.
"Trends and Issues in Behavioral Disorders." Presented in School Psychology
      "Linkage" Professional Seminar (Shinn). October, 1985.
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"Behavior Disorders & School Psychology." Presented in School Psychology "Linkage"
      Professional Seminar (Shinn). Fall, 1985.
"Introduction to Behavior Disorders." Presented in Psychology of the Exceptional Child
      (Espeseth). Spring, 1985.
"Issues, Trends, and Challenges in Behavior Disorders." Presented in Master's
      Seminar (Purkey). Spring, 1985.
"Introduction to Behavior Disorders." Presented in Psychology of the Exceptional Child
      (Bateman). Winter, 1985.
"Introduction to Classroom Management." Presented to Elementary General Music
      Consortium. Winter, 1985.
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                        Personal Information

Home Address:          22 Sheffield Drive
                       Storrs Mansfield, Connecticut 06269-2777

Telephone Number:      860-477-0224

Date/Place of Birth:   February 11, 1951
                       Santa Cruz, CA

Marital Status:        Married
                       Two children

Ethnic Status:         Third generation Japanese-American

				
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